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A cognitive neuroscience examination of embodied cognition
Embodied cognition theorists suggest that cognition is bodily based and that the brain developed due to interaction with the environment, and thus evolved to facilitate sensorimotor processing. As such, one goal of embodied ...
A Cognitive Neuroscience Examination Of Rhythm And Reading And Their Translation To Neurological Conditions
The goal of the current research was to provide a novel and comprehensive examination of the connection between rhythm and reading through the combination of multiple experimental stimuli, and to translate the reading aloud ...
PREFERENTIAL ACCESS TO OBJECT SEMANTICS VIA LEXICAL PROCESSING IN THE VENTRAL STREAM OF THE BRAIN
Converging evidence supports a distributed-plus-hub view of semantic processing in the brain, in which there are distributed modular semantic sub-systems (e.g., for shape, colour, and action) connected to an amodal semantic ...