All Relations between Stroke and comprehension

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David J Sharp, Federico E Turkheimer, Subrata K Bose, Sophie K Scott, Richard J S Wis. Increased frontoparietal integration after stroke and cognitive recovery. Annals of neurology. vol 68. issue 5. 2010-11-29. PMID:20687116. this change reflects greater top-down control of speech comprehension and provides a mechanism by which language impairments after stroke may be compensated for. 2010-11-29 2023-08-12 human
Alexander P Leff, Thomas M Schofield, Jennifer T Crinion, Mohamed L Seghier, Alice Grogan, David W Green, Cathy J Pric. The left superior temporal gyrus is a shared substrate for auditory short-term memory and speech comprehension: evidence from 210 patients with stroke. Brain : a journal of neurology. vol 132. issue Pt 12. 2010-02-10. PMID:19892765. the left superior temporal gyrus is a shared substrate for auditory short-term memory and speech comprehension: evidence from 210 patients with stroke. 2010-02-10 2023-08-12 Not clear
Alexander P Leff, Thomas M Schofield, Jennifer T Crinion, Mohamed L Seghier, Alice Grogan, David W Green, Cathy J Pric. The left superior temporal gyrus is a shared substrate for auditory short-term memory and speech comprehension: evidence from 210 patients with stroke. Brain : a journal of neurology. vol 132. issue Pt 12. 2010-02-10. PMID:19892765. we analysed high-resolution structural magnetic resonance images from 210 stroke patients and employed a novel voxel based analysis to test the relationship between auditory short-term memory and speech comprehension. 2010-02-10 2023-08-12 Not clear
Jane E Warren, Jennifer T Crinion, Matthew A Lambon Ralph, Richard J S Wis. Anterior temporal lobe connectivity correlates with functional outcome after aphasic stroke. Brain : a journal of neurology. vol 132. issue Pt 12. 2010-02-10. PMID:19903736. we compared the organization of left anterolateral superior temporal cortex functional connections during narrative speech comprehension in normal subjects with left anterolateral superior temporal cortex connectivity in a group of chronic aphasic stroke patients. 2010-02-10 2023-08-12 human
Lauren Cloutman, Rebecca Gottesman, Priyanka Chaudhry, Cameron Davis, Jonathan T Kleinman, Mikolaj Pawlak, Edward H Herskovits, Vijay Kannan, Andrew Lee, Melissa Newhart, Jennifer Heidler-Gary, Argye E Hilli. Where (in the brain) do semantic errors come from? Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior. vol 45. issue 5. 2009-06-04. PMID:19084219. we hypothesized that in acute stroke there are different brain regions where dysfunction results in semantic errors in both naming and comprehension versus those with semantic errors in oral naming alone. 2009-06-04 2023-08-12 Not clear
Sebastian J Crutch, Elizabeth K Warringto. The Influence of refractoriness upon comprehension of non-verbal auditory stimuli. Neurocase. vol 14. issue 6. 2009-01-22. PMID:19012170. an investigation of non-verbal auditory comprehension in two patients with global aphasia following stroke is reported. 2009-01-22 2023-08-12 Not clear
Sebastian J Crutch, Elizabeth K Warringto. The Influence of refractoriness upon comprehension of non-verbal auditory stimuli. Neurocase. vol 14. issue 6. 2009-01-22. PMID:19012170. in addition to the two stroke patients, the performance of a group of 10 control patients with non-vascular pathology is reported, along with evidence of semantic relatedness effects in sound comprehension. 2009-01-22 2023-08-12 Not clear
Krzysztof Jodzio, Daria Biechowska, Barbara Leszniewska-Jodzi. Selectivity of lexical-semantic disorders in Polish-speaking patients with aphasia: evidence from single-word comprehension. Archives of clinical neuropsychology : the official journal of the National Academy of Neuropsychologists. vol 23. issue 5. 2009-01-12. PMID:18573636. twenty-six aphasic patients (11 women and 15 men) with impaired speech comprehension due to a left-hemisphere ischaemic stroke were examined; all were right-handed and native speakers of polish. 2009-01-12 2023-08-12 Not clear
Sebastian J Crutch, Elizabeth K Warringto. Contrasting patterns of comprehension for superordinate, basic-level, and subordinate names in semantic dementia and aphasic stroke patients. Cognitive neuropsychology. vol 25. issue 4. 2009-01-09. PMID:19086203. contrasting patterns of comprehension for superordinate, basic-level, and subordinate names in semantic dementia and aphasic stroke patients. 2009-01-09 2023-08-12 human
Sebastian J Crutch, Elizabeth K Warringto. Contrasting patterns of comprehension for superordinate, basic-level, and subordinate names in semantic dementia and aphasic stroke patients. Cognitive neuropsychology. vol 25. issue 4. 2009-01-09. PMID:19086203. in a second experiment comparing comprehension ofbasic-level names (e.g., dog, bird, fish) and subordinate-level names (e.g., dalmatian, sparrow, trout), stroke patients also showed a reversal of the normal basic-level effect, showing less accurate comprehension of basic-level names. 2009-01-09 2023-08-12 human
Corianne Rogalsky, Eleanor Pitz, Argye E Hillis, Gregory Hicko. Auditory word comprehension impairment in acute stroke: relative contribution of phonemic versus semantic factors. Brain and language. vol 107. issue 2. 2008-12-30. PMID:18823655. auditory word comprehension impairment in acute stroke: relative contribution of phonemic versus semantic factors. 2008-12-30 2023-08-12 human
Corianne Rogalsky, Eleanor Pitz, Argye E Hillis, Gregory Hicko. Auditory word comprehension impairment in acute stroke: relative contribution of phonemic versus semantic factors. Brain and language. vol 107. issue 2. 2008-12-30. PMID:18823655. auditory word comprehension was assessed in a series of 289 acute left hemisphere stroke patients. 2008-12-30 2023-08-12 human
Cameron Davis, Jonathan T Kleinman, Melissa Newhart, Leila Gingis, Mikolaj Pawlak, Argye E Hilli. Speech and language functions that require a functioning Broca's area. Brain and language. vol 105. issue 1. 2008-07-08. PMID:18325581. the opportunity to identify the language functions that depend on broca's area in a particular individual was provided by a patient with hyperacute stroke who showed selective hypoperfusion, with minimal infarct, in broca's area, and acutely impaired production of grammatical sentences, comprehension of semantically reversible (but not non-reversible) sentences, spelling, and motor planning of speech articulation. 2008-07-08 2023-08-12 Not clear
H Bäzner, M G Henneric. Painting after right-hemisphere stroke - case studies of professional artists. Frontiers of neurology and neuroscience. vol 22. 2007-08-15. PMID:17495502. while left-hemisphere damage is commonly provoking alterations in verbal production and comprehension, right-hemisphere stroke often leads to left-sided visuospatial neglect. 2007-08-15 2023-08-12 Not clear
David Caplan, Gloria Waters, David Kennedy, Nathanial Alpert, Nikos Makris, Gayle Dede, Jennifer Michaud, Amanda Redd. A study of syntactic processing in aphasia II: neurological aspects. Brain and language. vol 101. issue 2. 2007-07-12. PMID:16997366. this paper presents the results of a study of the effects of left hemisphere strokes on syntactically-based comprehension in aphasic patients. 2007-07-12 2023-08-12 human
Melissa Newhart, Lynda Ken, Jonathan T Kleinman, Jennifer Heidler-Gary, Argye E Hilli. Neural networks essential for naming and word comprehension. Cognitive and behavioral neurology : official journal of the Society for Behavioral and Cognitive Neurology. vol 20. issue 1. 2007-05-10. PMID:17356341. we tested 156 acute stroke patients on basic language tasks (naming and spoken and written word comprehension) and magnetic resonance diffusion and perfusion imaging to determine the relative contributions of various brain regions to each task. 2007-05-10 2023-08-12 Not clear
Michael D Lewek, Brian D Schmit, T George Hornby, Yasin Y Dhahe. Hip joint position modulates volitional knee extensor muscle activity after stroke. Muscle & nerve. vol 34. issue 6. 2007-03-02. PMID:16967491. comprehension of the role of these sensory inputs following stroke may be important in understanding pathological muscle activity during functional activities. 2007-03-02 2023-08-12 human
Michal Harciarek, Kenneth M Heilman, Krzysztof Jodzi. Defective comprehension of emotional faces and prosody as a result of right hemisphere stroke: modality versus emotion-type specificity. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS. vol 12. issue 6. 2006-12-20. PMID:17064441. defective comprehension of emotional faces and prosody as a result of right hemisphere stroke: modality versus emotion-type specificity. 2006-12-20 2023-08-12 human
Elizabeth Jefferies, Matthew A Lambon Ralp. Semantic impairment in stroke aphasia versus semantic dementia: a case-series comparison. Brain : a journal of neurology. vol 129. issue Pt 8. 2006-09-29. PMID:16815878. different neuropsychological populations implicate diverse cortical regions in semantic memory: semantic dementia (sd) is characterized by atrophy of the anterior temporal lobes whilst poor comprehension in stroke aphasia is associated with prefrontal or temporal-parietal infarcts. 2006-09-29 2023-08-12 Not clear
Jennifer T Crinion, Elizabeth A Warburton, Matthew A Lambon-Ralph, David Howard, Richard J S Wis. Listening to narrative speech after aphasic stroke: the role of the left anterior temporal lobe. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). vol 16. issue 8. 2006-09-05. PMID:16251507. the implication is that clinical studies of language on stroke patients have underestimated the role of left anterior temporal cortex in comprehension of narrative speech. 2006-09-05 2023-08-12 human