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Reading Self-Efficacy Predicts Word Reading But Not Comprehens...

Introduction There is a growing body of literature on the role of competence beliefs in educational attainment, and a largely independent body of literature on the cognitive predictors of reading. This study aims to combine these two approaches to ... Frontiers in Neurorobotics, 1 day ago

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The Contributions of Memory and Vocabulary to Non-Verbal Ability Scores in Adolescents with Intellectual Disability

Introduction Cognitive ability in children is most often assessed with the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC) ( 1 ). However, there are many situations where the language-based WISC could be argued to be less appropriate, e.g., when ...
 Frontiers in Neurorobotics3 weeks ago

Implicit prosody and cue-based retrieval: L1 and L2 agreement and comprehension during reading

Introduction The computation of agreement has been examined extensively in both formal theoretical and experimental settings, and studies have identified many features that contribute to the processing of agreement in both production and ...
 Frontiers in Neurorobotics1 month ago

TBI Blogs: Autistic Individuals Often Find Verbal Communication Difficult. Here Are 5 Ways to Simplify It!

Many people on the Autism Spectrum are unable to communicate using speech and sound the way most other people do. However, this disability does notnecessarily have to limitthem from communicating their thoughts and emotions. We live in a world where ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

Sentence Context Prevails Over Word Association in Aphasia Patients with Spared Comprehension: Evidence from N400 Event-Related Potential

Introduction Aphasia is one of the most common neurological syndromes as up to 35% of post-stroke patients suffer from it Wade et al. (1986) , Kauhanen et al. (2000) . Aphasia is an impairment in the ability to formulate, express and/or comprehend ...
 Frontiers in Neurorobotics1 week ago

Aerobic Activity in the Healthy Elderly Is Associated with Larger Plasticity in Memory Related Brain Structures and Lower Systemic Inflammation

Introduction It is a well-known phenomenon that our neurocognitive abilities change with age but there are remarkable differences in the timing and trajectory of these changes ( Hedden and Gabrieli, 2004 ; Hofer and Alwin, 2008 ). Investigating ...
 Frontiers in Neurorobotics3 weeks ago
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Speeding Up Comprehension with Grasping Actions

Researchers at the CITEC Cluster of Excellence discover a catalyzer for cognition Hearing or seeing a word doesn't mean that it is immediately understood. The brain must first recognize the letters as such, put them together, and look up what the ...
 Alpha Galileo4 weeks ago

The Neuronal Correlates of Indeterminate Sentence Comprehension: An fMRI Study

Introduction A hallmark of linguistic communication is that sentences are often indeterminate: their intended messages cannot be obtained by simply resorting to what they explicitly say , that is, to the meaning of their constituent words and how ...
 Frontiers in Neurorobotics4 weeks ago

Refining an Asynchronous Telerehabilitation Platform for Speech-Language Pathology: Engaging End-Users in the Process

Introduction Aphasia is an acquired communication disorder that impedes to varying degrees an individual's comprehension and expression of language, be it through their ability to read, understand spoken language, write, speak, and/or gesture ( ...
 Frontiers in Neurorobotics4 weeks ago

Hebb and Cattell: The Genesis of the Theory of Fluid and Crystallized Intelligence

Introduction In the 1930s and early 1940s, both Raymond B. Cattell and Donald O. Hebb were critical of the ability of the currently available tests to accurately measure intelligence and both began to develop improved tests of intelligence.
 Frontiers in Neurorobotics1 month ago
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