Single-trial fMRI Shows Contralesional Activity Linked to Overt Naming Errors in Chronic Aphasic Patients

@article{PostmanCaucheteux2010SingletrialFS,
  title={Single-trial fMRI Shows Contralesional Activity Linked to Overt Naming Errors in Chronic Aphasic Patients},
  author={Whitney Anne Postman-Caucheteux and Rasmus M. Birn and Randall H. Pursley and John A. Butman and Jeffrey Solomon and Dante Picchioni and Joe McArdle and Allen R. Braun},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2010},
  volume={22},
  pages={1299-1318}
}
We used fMRI to investigate the roles played by perilesional and contralesional cortical regions during language production in stroke patients with chronic aphasia. We applied comprehensive psycholinguistic analyses based on well-established models of lexical access to overt picture-naming responses which were evaluated using a single trial design that permitted distinction between correct and incorrect responses on a trial-by-trial basis. Although both correct and incorrect naming responses… CONTINUE READING

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