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The neural correlates of sex differences in left-right confusion
(Elsevier Inc., 2015-03-14)
Difficulties in left–right discrimination (LRD) are commonly experienced in everyday life situations. Here we investigate the neurocognitive mechanisms of LRD and the specific role of left angular gyrus. Given that previous ...
Listening to rhythmic music reduces connectivity within the basal ganglia and the reward system
Music can trigger emotional responses in a more direct way than any other stimulus. In particular, music-evoked pleasure involves brain networks that are part of the reward system. Furthermore, rhythmic music stimulates ...
Reading in Dyslexia across Literacy Development: A Longitudinal Study of Effective Connectivity
Dyslexia is a literacy disorder affecting the efficient acquisition of reading and writing skills. The disorder is neurobiological in origin. Due to its developmental nature, longitudinal studies of dyslexia are of essence. ...
The human amygdala encodes value and space during decision making
Valuable stimuli are invariably localized in space. While our knowledge regarding the neural networks supporting value assignment and comparisons is considerable, we lack a basic understanding of how the human brain ...
The functional and structural asymmetries of the superior temporal sulcus
The superior temporal sulcus (STS) is an anatomical structure that increasingly interests researchers. This structure appears to receive multisensory input and is involved in several perceptual and cognitive core functions, ...