Sökning: "event-related brain potentials"
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1. Auditory event-related potentials and cognitive outcome after very preterm birth
Sammanfattning : Children born before 32 gestational weeks have a high incidence of neuropsychological deficits. The structural and functional correlates of such impairments in preterm infants are incompletely understood, and early diagnostic tools are needed, but still lacking. LÄS MER
2. Mapping prosody onto the lexicon : Memory traces for lexically specified prosodic information in the brain
Sammanfattning : Lexical access, the matching of auditory information onto lexical representations in the brain, is a crucial component of online language processing. To understand the nature of lexical access, it is important to identify the kind of acoustic information that is stored in the long-term memory and to study how the brain uses such information. LÄS MER
3. Examining neurobehavioral effects of chemosensory exposure to local irritants using event related potentials
Sammanfattning : The aim of this thesis was to examine whether unpleasant odors disturb cognitive task performance. At first glance, it seems intuitive that for example the smell of fire smoke would immediately interrupt my current writing at the computer. LÄS MER
4. How the past becomes present : neural mechanisms governing retrieval from episodic memory
Sammanfattning : Remembering previously experienced events can happen as a result of an effortful retrieval attempt. At other occasions, a memory can enter our minds without any apparent effort – or, indeed, intention - to retrieve. LÄS MER
5. Sick of smells : Empirical findings and a theoretical framework for chemical intolerance
Sammanfattning : Chemical intolerance (CI) is a term that refers to the surprisingly common phenomenon of persons getting ill from everyday chemicals. Although seemingly similar to asthma and allergies, CI sufferers do not react to exposures with increased histamine release. LÄS MER