Learning new names for new objects: Cortical effects as measured by magnetoencephalography

@article{Cornelissen2004LearningNN,
  title={Learning new names for new objects: Cortical effects as measured by magnetoencephalography},
  author={K. Cornelissen and M. Laine and Kati Renvall and Timo Saarinen and R. Salmelin},
  journal={Brain and Language},
  year={2004},
  volume={89},
  pages={617-622}
}
We tracked the evolvement of naming-related cortical dynamics with magnetoencephalography when five normal adults successfully learned names and/or meanings of unfamiliar objects. In all subjects, the learning of new names was associated with pronounced cortical effects. The learning effect was of long latency and emerged as a change of activation in the same cortical network that was active during naming of familiar items. In four out of five subjects, the cortical learning effect occurred in… Expand
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