All Relations between semantics and object categorization

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Wei Quin Yow, Ka Lon Sou, Alina Clarise Won. A Novel Dual-Language Touch-Screen Intervention to Slow Down Cognitive Decline in Older Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Innovation in aging. vol 8. issue 7. 2024-07-08. PMID:38974776. we developed the dual-language intervention in semantic memory-computerized (disc), a novel cognitive training program with three training tasks (object categorization, verbal fluency, and utility of things) designed specifically for older adults that featured two modes: single-language (sl) exposure mode and dual-language (dl) exposure mode. 2024-07-08 2024-07-11 Not clear
Maurizio Codispoti, Antonia Micucci, Andrea De Cesare. Time will tell: Object categorization and emotional engagement during processing of degraded natural scenes. Psychophysiology. 2020-10-22. PMID:33090526. the present data strongly support the view that semantic analysis of visual scenes, operationalized here as object categorization, is a necessary condition for emotional engagement at the electrocortical level (lpp). 2020-10-22 2023-08-13 human
Solène Kalénine, Allison D Shapiro, Andrea Flumini, Anna M Borghi, Laurel J Buxbau. Visual context modulates potentiation of grasp types during semantic object categorization. Psychonomic bulletin & review. vol 21. issue 3. 2015-02-09. PMID:24186270. visual context modulates potentiation of grasp types during semantic object categorization. 2015-02-09 2023-08-12 Not clear
James Close, Emmanuel M Potho. "Object categorization: reversals and explanations of the basic-level advantage" (Rogers & Patterson, 2007): a simplicity account. Quarterly journal of experimental psychology (2006). vol 65. issue 8. 2013-01-18. PMID:22524564. t. t. rogers and k. patterson (2007), in their article "object categorization: reversals and explanations of the basic-level advantage" (journal of experimental psychology: general, 136, 451-469), reported an impressive set of results demonstrating a reversal of the highly robust basic-level advantage both in patients with semantic dementia and in healthy individuals engaged in a speeded categorization task. 2013-01-18 2023-08-12 Not clear
Reginald B Adams, Petr Janat. A comparison of neural circuits underlying auditory and visual object categorization. NeuroImage. vol 16. issue 2. 2002-07-24. PMID:12030822. as expected, bold signal increases in the fusiform gyrus varied with the semantic level of object categorization, though this effect was weak and restricted to the left hemisphere in the case of auditory objects. 2002-07-24 2023-08-12 human