Probing sensory and associative semantics for animals and objects in normal subjects.

Abstract

Neuropsychological studies of patients with "category-specific" semantic memory disorders have fuelled a debate concerning the organisation of knowledge. In particular it has been suggested that the reported double dissociation between knowledge of animals and living things on the one hand, and objects on the other, reflects a more fundamental division of… (More)

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