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Cortical activation during reading of ancient versus modern Japanese texts: fMRI study. Veuroimage, 20, 420-431 Moro, A., Tettamanti, M., Perani, D., Donati, D., Cappa, C & Fazio, F. (2001). ... Conclusion In this study, we first compared Japanese active verbs and nouns using fMRI to validate a hypothesis that the LMTG is more active during the processing of verbs than nouns when verbs and nouns ...doi:10.1162/jocn.2006.18.8.1304 pmid:16859416 fatcat:yk2vvalyhvbiho5yisrdarpi3u
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
Cortical activation during reading of ancient versus modern Japanese texts: fMRI study. Veuroimage, 20, 420-431 Moro, A., Tettamanti, M., Perani, D., Donati, D., Cappa, C & Fazio, F. (2001). ... Brain activity during reading: The effects of exposure duration and task. Brain, 117, 1255-1269 Pritchett, B. (1992). Grammatical competence and parsing performance. ...
International Nursing Review
. & Iwata, K. (2005) Cortical activation during reading of ancient versus modern Japanese texts: fMRI study. Neu- roimage, 26, 426-431. ... Acknowledgements The study is a partial report from the research which was funded by the Ministry of Education and Sciences (Grant-in-Aid for Sci- entific Research B2) during the period of 2002 through ...
Text and Genre in Reconstruction
Thanks are due to the Institute of English Studies (to its Director, for whom the dedication) and to the Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London, and its Director, Professor Harold ... Short, for unstinting support of the Seminar from which most of the essays in this volume originated. ... The best known of these techniques is functionaρ magnetic resonance imaging, or fMRI, which produces maps of regional changes in bρood low a surrogate ςarker of ρocaρ neuraρ activity during perforςance ...doi:10.2307/j.ctt5vjtd9.12 fatcat:kegc3rsth5eydj3r3m257xv67i
In order to identify the cortical areas involved in the reading process and to spare them during surgery, we systematically studied cortical areas by direct cortical stimulation in patients operated on ... cortical representation of their language skills. ... Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank Denise Géblé for her help in supplying them with the references for this article, the speech therapists of the Federation of Neurology, Purpan Hospital, for language ...doi:10.1093/brain/awh204 pmid:15240432 fatcat:3bpknrclebfc7cvngcbqjy2i3u
in somatosensory cortices. ... The accuracy of the technique was also validated using a series of tissue phantom studies, and consistent and accurate estimates of μs'(λ)/μa(λ) were obtained from all the phantoms tested. ... Cortical Activation during reading of ancient versus modern Japanese texts: fMRI study. NeuroImage 26(2), 426-431, 2005. IF: 5.835 41. Riera J, Aubert E, Iwata K, Kawashima R, Wan X, Ozaki T. ...doi:10.1364/boe.8.000078 pmid:28101403 pmcid:PMC5231317 fatcat:k5n6esuicne3xlffsq2alfe77y
. & Iwata, K. (2005) Cortical activation during reading of ancient versus modern Japanese texts: fMRI study. Neu- roimage, 26, 426-431. ... Procedure The intervention consisted of a protocol in which the subjects were requested to carry out the learning activities of reading aloud Effective measure over MMSE and FAB and calculating. ...doi:10.1111/j.1466-7657.2007.00541.x pmid:17492992 fatcat:xcnpw57dovh5xmcmfic2n6juqi
The article presents a conceptual, historical, anthropological, psychological, and sociological review of cultural perspectives on love: how culture affects our experience and expression of love. ... has an impact on people's conceptions of love and the way they feel, think, and behave in romantic relationships. ... Texts dating back to 168 Before Common Era (B.C.E.) made it clear that the ancients assumed that love and sexual pleasure were the great joys of life (Ruan, 1991) . ...doi:10.9707/2307-0919.1135 fatcat:4k5odgrymnhf3podjnfcuuoyii
In contrast, studies of anesthesia, coma, deep sleep, or some extreme pathological states such as epilepsy, reveal very different cortical activity; all of which states are essentially involuntary, and ... Task-based studies of NCC by their nature recruit one part of the cortical network to study another, and are therefore both limited and compromised in what they can reveal about consciousness itself. ... ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The author is grateful for the generous cooperation of all the subjects who participated in this study, for the ethical approval granted by The Samatha Trust, and to his good friend Stefano ...doi:10.3389/fnhum.2019.00178 pmid:31249516 pmcid:PMC6582244 fatcat:fgc2lz3nwnfmhhwywd3emew7gu
In this talk, I will highlight the importance of sequencing and pairing taste/flavour sensations, in the design of the meal itself, in the design of a mouthful of food, and when attempting to combine ( ... It is undoubtedly true that certain combinations of ingredients just taste better when sampled simultaneously, or in a particular sequence, than when sampled in a different temporal order. ... Acknowledgment: This work was supported by AMOREPACIFIC R&D unit (RI5A000002) P33-A systematic comparison of semiochemical signaling in the accessory olfactory system of wild and lab strain mice ...doi:10.1093/chemse/bjx077 fatcat:7x7swc55ivhqbgcxv43qjuhfvi
identified theories of music-text relationships gleaned from neuropsychological and philosophical studies. ... Results were discussed in terms of limitations of the study and avenues for future research, particularly in terms of music-text integration in choral settings, a need for dialogue between philosophers ... ., study suggested that rudimentary singing on a single vowel and pitch activated substantially similar cortical regions reported previously for speech, but with some degree of potentially opposite hemisphere ...fatcat:oia6gqr54vdj5a4eyvervtzljm
emotional and non-emotional nature are active during emotion experience and perception across a range of discrete emotion categories. ... With a surge of studies in affective neuroscience in recent decades, scientists are poised to answer this question. ... fMRI studies. ...doi:10.1017/s0140525x11000446 pmid:22617651 pmcid:PMC4329228 fatcat:xvkrwfxuhnhavmxa7bbxwjluqq
Logic is a fundamental reason why computational accounts of the mind have failed. Combinatorial complexity preventing computational accounts is equivalent to the Gödelian incompleteness of logic. ... For this reason, intuitions of psychologists, cognitive scientists, and mathematicians modeling the mind are biased toward logic. ... Schaefer et al. (2014) replicated this effect across 96 different social interaction scenarios, in the context of an fMRI study in which participants touched something rough or smooth prior to reading ...doi:10.1017/s0140525x15001624 pmid:27562356 fatcat:4dpatuvkafgo5prtex2hf6cz2i
The new role of Broca's area and its surround in human vocal communication may have derived from its evolutionary history as the main cortical center for the control of ingestive processes. ... The species-specific organizational property of speech is a continual mouth open-close alternation, the two phases of which are subject to continual articulatory modulation. ... ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I am grateful for discussions with Valerie Wallace and other members of Yoshinaga-Itano's research group (supported by NIH contract NO1-DC-4-2141), and for materials and responses to questions ...pmid:10097020 fatcat:plroaruw6nf2lglkki5kf3zgr4
The removal of manual gesture as a necessary component of language may explain the rapid advance of technology, allowing late migrations of Homo sapiens from Africa to replace all other hominids in other ... Nevertheless, the long association of vocalization with manual gesture left us a legacy of right-handedness. ... A recent fMRI study in my lab that controlled for this possibility detected bilateral BA44/45 activation during observation of transitive prehensile actions (Johnson, under review). ...pmid:14621511 fatcat:ldi6eiptbrcqrchor32efwkwcq
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