Verbal Fluency Is Affected by Altered Brain Lateralization in Adults Who Were Born Very Preterm

@inproceedings{Tseng2019VerbalFI,
  title={Verbal Fluency Is Affected by Altered Brain Lateralization in Adults Who Were Born Very Preterm},
  author={Chieh-En Jane Tseng and Sean Froudist-Walsh and Jasmin Kroll and Vyacheslav Karolis and Philip J. Brittain and Nadia Palamin and H. Kelly Clifton and Serena J. Counsell and Steven C. R. Williams and Robin M. Murray and Chiara Nosarti},
  booktitle={eNeuro},
  year={2019}
}
Language difficulties have been reported in children and adolescents who were born very preterm (<32 weeks' gestation) and associated with an atypical lateralization of language processing, i.e., increased right-hemispheric engagement. This study used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and spherical deconvolution tractography to study the hemodynamic responses associated with verbal fluency processing (easy and hard letter trials) and verbal fluency-related white matter fiber tracts… CONTINUE READING

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