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The neural bases of resilient semantic system: Evidence of variable neuro-displacement in cognitive systems
Authors:
LAMBON RALPH, M.
Reference:
Brain Structure and Function
Year of publication:
In Press
CBU number:
8640
Digital Diet: A 21st century approach to understanding digital technologies and development
Authors:
ORBEN, A.
Reference:
Infant and Child Development
Year of publication:
In Press
CBU number:
8639
Abstract:
Commentary
On musical interval perception for complex tones at very high frequencies
Authors:
GOCKEL, H.E., CARLYON, R.P.
Reference:
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
Year of publication:
In Press
CBU number:
8638
Emotional mental imagery generation during spontaneous future thinking: Relationship
Authors:
Ji, J.L., MURPHY, F.C., Grafton, B., MacLeod, C., Holmes, E.A.
Reference:
Psychological Research
Year of publication:
In Press
CBU number:
8637
More why, less how: What we need from models of cognition.
Authors:
NORRIS, D., Cutler, A.
Reference:
Cognition, 104688
Year of publication:
2021
CBU number:
8636
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Enhancing vs. inhibiting semantic performance with transcranial magnetic stimulation over the anterior temporal lobe: frequency- and task-specific effects
Authors:
Jung, J., LAMBON RALPH, M.A.
Reference:
Neuroimage, 117959
Year of publication:
In Press
CBU number:
8635
URL:
Language networks in aphasia and health: a 1000 participant Activation Likelihood Estimation meta-analysis
Authors:
STEFANIAK, J.D., Alyahya, R.S.W., LAMBON RALPH, M.A.
Reference:
NeuroImage, 233:117960
Year of publication:
2021
CBU number:
8634
URL:
Two pathways to self-harm in adolescence
Authors:
UH, S., DALMAIJER, E.S., SIUGZDAITE, R., Ford, T.J., ASTLE, D.E.
Reference:
Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Year of publication:
In Press
CBU number:
8633
There is no evidence that associations between adolescents’ digital technology engagement and mental health problems have increased
Authors:
Vuorre, M., ORBEN, A., Przybylski, A.
Reference:
Clinical Psychological Science
Year of publication:
In Press
CBU number:
8632
Training flexible conceptual retrieval in stroke aphasia
Authors:
Stampacchia, S., Hallam, G.P., Thompson, H.E., Nathaniel, U., Lanzoni, L., Smallwoodm J., LAMBON RALPH, M.A., Jefferies, E.
Reference:
Neuropsychologial Rehabilitation
Year of publication:
2021
CBU number:
8630
Abstract:
Semantic therapy in post-stroke aphasia typically focusses on strengthening links between conceptual representations and their lexical-articulatory forms to aid word retrieval. However, research has shown that semantic deficits in this group can affect both verbal and non-verbal tasks, particularly in patients with deregulated retrieval as opposed to degraded knowledge. This study therefore aimed to facilitate semantic cognition in a sample of such patients with post-stroke semantic aphasia (SA) by training the identification of both strong and weak semantic associations and providing explicit pictorial feedback that demonstrated both common and more unusual ways of linking concepts together. We assessed the effects of this training on (i) trained and untrained items; and (ii) trained and untrained tasks in eleven individuals with SA. In the training task, the SA group showed improvement with practice, particularly for trained items. A similar untrained task using pictorial stimuli (Camel and Cactus Test) also improved. Together, these results suggest that semantic training can be beneficial in patients with SA and may show some degree of generalisation to untrained situations. Future research should seek to understand which patients are most likely to benefit from this type of training.
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