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Journal of Neuropsychology, Volume 13, Issue 3, Page i-iv, September 2019 ..read more
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Impulse control disorders (ICDs), including compulsive gambling, buying, sexual behaviour and eating, are not only a severe disorder that ..read more
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Background Myotonic dystrophy type 1 (DM1) is an inherited multi‐systemic disease involving the central nervous system (CNS) and is ..read more
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What is the route that is used for writing non‐words to dictation? Does it have to pass through phonological output? Two possibilities ..read more
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While visuospatial deficits are well‐characterized cognitive sequelae of right hemisphere (RH) stroke, apraxic deficits in RH stroke ..read more
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Increasing evidence from neuroimaging studies points towards a hippocampal role in resolving approach‐avoidance goal conflicts. ..read more
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Emerging research indicates that in addition to physical and cognitive deficits, individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS) may also have ..read more
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Visual object naming is a complex cognitive process that engages an interconnected network of cortical regions moving from occipitotemporal ..read more
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Extensive work implicates abnormal amygdala response during threatening stimuli in youth with antisocial behaviour. However, no research ..read more

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