Functional reorganization of language networks for semantics and syntax in chronic stroke: Evidence from MEG.

@article{Kielar2016FunctionalRO,
  title={Functional reorganization of language networks for semantics and syntax in chronic stroke: Evidence from MEG.},
  author={Aneta Kielar and Tiffany Deschamps and Regina Jokel and Jed A. Meltzer},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2016},
  volume={37 8},
  pages={2869-93}
}
Using magnetoencephalography, we investigated the potential of perilesional and contralesional activity to support language recovery in patients with poststroke aphasia. In healthy young controls, left-lateralized ventral frontotemporal regions responded to semantic anomalies during sentence comprehension and bilateral dorsal frontoparietal regions responded to syntactic anomalies. Older adults showed more extensive bilateral responses to the syntactic anomalies and less lateralized responses… CONTINUE READING
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