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  • Sleep problems in children who stutter: Evidence from population data. [Journal Article]
    J Commun Disord 2019; 82:105935Merlo S, Briley PM
  • Purpose Previous research has identified seizures, intellectual disability, learning disability, pervasive developmental disorder, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder as coexisting disabilities frequently seen in children who stutter (CWS). The observation that those conditions are affected by sleep has incited the present study, which aimed to explore if sleep problems are also more fre…
  • Overall intact cognitive function in male X-linked adrenoleukodystrophy adults with normal MRI. [Journal Article]
    Orphanet J Rare Dis 2019; 14(1):217Buermans NJML, van den Bosch SJG, … Geurtsen GJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Given the heterogeneous pattern of mostly borderline scores cognitive functioning seems not impaired in the vast majority of adult ALD males with no or minimal MRI abnormalities. However, borderline to impaired cognitive dysfunction was present in 27.3%, with the majority being borderline scores. Longitudinal studies will have to determine if this reflects early cerebral disease under the detection limit of MRI.
  • Differential brain mechanisms during reading human vs. machine translated fiction and news texts. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2019; 9(1):13251Lin FH, Liu YF, … Kuo WJ
  • Few neuroimaigng studies on reading comprehension have been conducted under natural reading settings. In this study, we showed texts presented in a natural way during functional MRI (fMRI) measurements to reveal brain areas sensitive to reading comprehension. Specifically, this paradigm independently manipulated two holistic features of article style: text genre and translation style, a qualitati…
  • Cognitive Measures and Performance on the Antisaccade Eye Movement Task. [Journal Article]
    J Cogn 2019; 2(1):3Magnusdottir BB, Faiola E, … Haraldsson HM
  • The antisaccade (AS) task is considered a prominent measure of inhibitory control, but it is still unclear which cognitive processes are used for successful performance of the task. Previous results have provided evidence for the involvement of several processes, including working memory (WM), inhibition and attention. Thus, the aim of this study was to explore, using a range of neuropsychologica…
  • Components of executive function model regional prefrontal volumes. [Journal Article]
    Neuropsychology 2019Mace RA, Waters AB, … Gansler DA
  • CONCLUSIONS: The neural correlates found for the D-KEFS support the prefrontal modularity of both unitary (aspects of EF ability common to all tasks) and diverse EF. Our findings contribute to emerging evidence that aggregate measurements of EF may serve broader but less robust frontal neural correlates than distinct EF skills. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2019 APA, all rights reserved).
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