Distinct and shared cortical regions of the human brain activated by pictorial depictions versus verbal descriptions: an fMRI study.

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Using fMRI, we observed that there were functionally disjunctive regions in the human brain that were specifically activated during the silent reading of sentences (i.e., the symbolical representation at the propositional level) but not during the perception of arranged objects (i.e., analogical representation), or vice versa: Parts of the left and right… (More)

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@article{Gates2005DistinctAS, title={Distinct and shared cortical regions of the human brain activated by pictorial depictions versus verbal descriptions: an fMRI study.}, author={Larry L Gates and Myong G Yoon}, journal={NeuroImage}, year={2005}, volume={24 2}, pages={473-86} }