Brain pathways of verbal working memory: A lesion–function correlation study

@article{Sepulcre2009BrainPO,
  title={Brain pathways of verbal working memory: A lesion–function correlation study},
  author={Jorge Sepulcre and Joseph C. Masdeu and Mar{\'i}a A. Pastor and Joaqu{\'i}n Go{\~n}i and Carla Barbosa and Bartolom{\'e} Bejarano and Pablo Villoslada},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2009},
  volume={47},
  pages={773-778}
}
Working memory relies on information processing by several well-identified gray matter regions. However, the white matter regions and pathways involved in this cognitive process remain unknown. An attractive and underexplored approach to study white matter connectivity in cognitive functions is through the use of non-aprioristic models, which specifically search disrupted white matter pathways. For this purpose, we used voxel-based lesion-function mapping to correlate white matter lesions on… CONTINUE READING

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