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Accès libre pour le Journal of Neuropsychology



blog-0008160001335522367.gifLa revue de neuropsychologie anglaise a mis en accès libre ses deux derniers numéros (septembre 2011, mars 2012). Le numéro de septembre porte sur la synesthésie, tandis que le numéro de mars couvre de manière plus globale la neuropsychologie.

A noter dans ce dernier numéro une publication de l'équipe de Caen sur la mémoire procédurale dans la maladie d'Alzheimer.

Mars 2012

Patterns of visual dyslexia (pages 1–30)

Naama Friedmann, Michal Biran and Aviah Gvion

Cognitive procedural learning in early Alzheimer's disease: Impaired processes and compensatory mechanisms (pages 31–42)

H. Beaunieux, F. Eustache, P. Busson, V. de la Sayette, F. Viader and B. Desgranges

Representational neglect for words as revealed by bisection tasks (pages 43–64)

Lisa S. Arduino, Chiara Valeria Marinelli, Fabrizio Pasotti, Elisa Raffaella Ferrè and Gabriella Bottini

Prefrontal cortex dysfunction and ‘Jumping to Conclusions’: Bias or deficit? (pages 65–78)

Laura Lunt, Jessica Bramham, Robin G. Morris, Peter R. Bullock, Richard P. Selway, Kiriakos Xenitidis and Anthony S. David

Unequal impairment in the recognition of positive and negative emotions after right hemisphere lesions: A left hemisphere bias for happy faces (pages 79–93)

Tanja C. W. Nijboer and Tjeerd Jellema

Preserved and impaired task-switching abilities in non-demented patients with Parkinson's disease (pages 94–118)

Cristiano Crescentini, Federica Mondolo, Emanuele Biasutti and Tim Shallice

Impairment in material-specific long-term memory following unilateral mediodorsal thalamic damage and presumed partial disconnection of the mammillo-thalamic tract (pages 119–140)

Nicola M. J. Edelstyn, Andrew R. Mayes, Christine Denby and Simon J. Ellis

Septembre 2011

Special Issue: Synaesthesia

‘Special Cases’: Neural Mechanisms and Individual Differences in Synaesthesia (pages 145–151)

Romke Rouw

The cross-activation theory at 10 (pages 152–177)

Edward M. Hubbard, David Brang and Vilayanur S. Ramachandran

A strong parietal hub in the small-world network of coloured-hearing synaesthetes during resting state EEG (pages 178–202)

Lutz Jäncke and Nicolas Langer

An independent component analysis of fMRI data of grapheme–colour synaesthesia (pages 203–213)

Karsten Specht and Bruno Laeng

Brain areas involved in synaesthesia: A review (pages 214–242)

Romke Rouw, H. Steven Scholte and Olympia Colizoli

The neural basis of illusory gustatory sensations: Two rare cases of lexical–gustatory synaesthesia (pages 243–254)

C. L. Jones, M. A. Gray, L. Minati, J. Simner, H. D. Critchley and J. Ward

Understanding grapheme personification: A social synaesthesia? (pages 255–282)

Maina Amin, Olufemi Olu-Lafe, Loes E. Claessen, Monika Sobczak-Edmans, Jamie Ward, Adrian L. Williams and Noam Sagiv

Cross-modal personality attributions in synaesthetes and non-synaesthetes (pages 283–301)

Julia Simner, Oliver Gärtner and Michelle D. Taylor

Visuo-spatial representations of the alphabet in synaesthetes and non-synaesthetes (pages 302–322)

Clare N. Jonas, Alisdair J.G. Taylor, Sam Hutton, Peter H. Weiss and Jamie Ward

Handedness and calendar orientations in time–space synaesthesia (pages 323–332)

David Brang, Ursina Teuscher, Luke E Miller, Vilayanur S. Ramachandran and Seana Coulson

The automaticity of vantage point shifts within a synaesthetes’ spatial calendar (pages 333–352)

Michelle Jarick, Candice Jensen, Michael J. Dixon and Daniel Smilek

Is synaesthesia one condition or many? A large-scale analysis reveals subgroups (pages 353–371)

Scott Novich, Sherry Cheng and David M. Eagleman

Le lien vers la revue: http://onlinelibrary...l/10.1111/(ISSN)1748-6653


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