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Un peu de lecture gratuite en Mars avec le Journal of Neuropsychology




Pour les collègues qui ont loupé le coche avec Cambridge, vous pouvez vous rattraper avec un accès gratuit au dernier numéro de la revue "Journal of Neuropsychology" ! Les caennais sont à l'honneur avec un article sur les aspects cognitifs et émotionnels de la théorie de l'esprit dans la maladie d'Alzheimer et leurs relations avec les dysfonctionnements exécutives et de mémoire de travail (Mickaël Laisney et coll.).

Pas d'inscription, aucune démarche particulière, les articles ont été déverrouillés.

Le sommaire (cliquez sur les numéros de page pour être redirigé vers le pdf) :

Response inhibition in children with and without ADHD after traumatic brain injury (pages 1–11)

Tisha J. Ornstein, Jeffrey E. Max, Russell Schachar, Maureen Dennis, Marcia Barnes, Linda Ewing-Cobbs and Harvey S. Levin

Response interference between functional and structural object-related actions is increased in patients with ideomotor apraxia (pages 12–18)

Steven A. Jax and Laurel J. Buxbaum

Lack of awareness of neuropsychological deficit in cerebral small vessel disease: The relationship with executive and episodic memory functions (pages 19–28)

Rebecca L. Brookes, Kristin Hannesdottir, Hugh S. Markus and Robin G. Morris

Motor excitability is reduced prior to voluntary movements in children and adolescents with Tourette syndrome (pages 29–44)

Stephen R. Jackson, Amy Parkinson, Valentina Manfredi, Guy Millon, Chris Hollis and Georgina M. Jackson

Drawing perseveration in neglect: Effects of target density (pages 45–57)

Lorenzo Pia, Raffaella Ricci, Patrizia Gindri and Giuseppe Vallar

Impaired body but not face perception in patients with obsessive–compulsive disorder (pages 58–71)

Na Young Shin, Joon Hwan Jang, Hee Sun Kim, Geumsook Shim, Jae Yeon Hwang, Sung Nyun Kim and Jun Soo Kwon

Visuospatial asymmetry in dual-task performance after subacute stroke (pages 72–90)

Marlies E. van Kessel, Ilse J. W. van Nes, Alexander C. H. Geurts, Wiebo H. Brouwer and Luciano Fasotti

Perception of affective prosody in patients at an early stage of relapsing–remitting multiple sclerosis (pages 91–106)

Markus Kraemer, Michele Herold, Jennifer Uekermann, Bernhard Kis, Irene Daum, Jens Wiltfang, Peter Berlit, Rolf R. Diehl and Mona Abdel-Hamid

Cognitive and affective Theory of Mind in mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease (pages 107–120)

Mickaël Laisney, Laetitia Bon, Catherine Guiziou, Nathalie Daluzeau, Francis Eustache and Béatrice Desgranges

Alteration of affective Theory of Mind in amnestic mild cognitive impairment (pages 121–131)

Michele Poletti and Ubaldo Bonuccelli

Preservation of person-specific knowledge in semantic memory disorder: A longitudinal investigation in two cases of dementia (pages 132–138)

Catherine Haslam and Mazen Sabah

Decision making is affected in obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome (pages 139–144)

Agnès Daurat, Matthieu Ricarrère and Michel Tiberge


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