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The architecture of cross-hemispheric communication in the aging brain: linking behavior to functional and structural connectivity.
(Cereb Cortex, 2012-01)
Contralateral recruitment remains a controversial phenomenon in both the clinical and normative populations. To investigate the neural correlates of this phenomenon, we explored the tendency for older adults to recruit prefrontal ...
Cross-hemispheric collaboration and segregation associated with task difficulty as revealed by structural and functional connectivity.
(J Neurosci, 2015-05-27)
Although it is known that brain regions in one hemisphere may interact very closely with their corresponding contralateral regions (collaboration) or operate relatively independent of them (segregation), the specific brain ...
Neural mechanisms of context effects on face recognition: automatic binding and context shift decrements.
(J Cogn Neurosci, 2010-11)
Although people do not normally try to remember associations between faces and physical contexts, these associations are established automatically, as indicated by the difficulty of recognizing familiar faces in different ...