All Relations between language understanding and semantics

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Simona Raimo, Gabriella Santangelo, Luigi Trojan. The Neural Bases of Drawing. A Meta-analysis and a Systematic Literature Review of Neurofunctional Studies in Healthy Individuals. Neuropsychology review vol 31 issue 4 2021 33728526 Drawing figurative images additionally activated the inferior frontal gyrus and the inferior temporal cortex, brain areas involved in selection of semantic features of objects and in visual semantic processing. 2021-12-03 2022-01-08 Not clear
A J Saykin, L A Flashman, S A Frutiger, S C Johnson, A C Mamourian, C H Moritz, J R O'Jile, H J Riordan, R B Santulli, C A Smith, J B Weave. Neuroanatomic substrates of semantic memory impairment in Alzheimer's disease: patterns of functional MRI activation. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS vol 5 issue 5 1999 10439584 Impairment in semantic processing occurs early in Alzheimer's disease (AD) and differential impact on subtypes of semantic relations have been reported, yet there is little data on the neuroanatomic basis of these deficits. 1999-10-21 2022-01-08 Not clear
K L Purvis, R Tannoc. Language abilities in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, reading disabilities, and normal controls. Journal of abnormal child psychology vol 25 issue 2 1997 9109030 Children with RD (RD-only, ADHD + RD) demonstrated deficits in receptive and expressive semantic language abilities on the language processing tests. 1997-07-07 2022-01-08 Not clear
D Cardebat, J F Demonet, P Celsis, M Pue. Living/non-living dissociation in a case of semantic dementia: a SPECT activation study. Neuropsychologia vol 34 issue 12 1997 8951828 A category-specific dissociation with massive deficits in semantic knowledge of animals and preservation of knowledge of objects was observed in a demented patient with a left inferior temporal cortical atrophy responsible for a deficit of visual semantic processing. 1997-03-19 2022-01-07 Not clear
C Chiarello, L Richards, A Polloc. Semantic additivity and semantic inhibition: dissociable processes in the cerebral hemispheres? Brain and language vol 42 issue 1 1992 1547469 The availability of finely tuned meaning integration processes in the left hemisphere may contribute to its superiority in language processing, despite right hemisphere competence for some semantic operations. 1992-04-21 2022-01-09 Not clear
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