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The neural correlates of picture naming facilitated by auditory repetition

Heath S. et al. BMC Neuroscience Abstract (provisional) Background Overt repetition of auditorily presented words can facilitate picture naming performance in both unimpaired speakers and individuals with word retrieval difficulties, but the underlying neurocognitive mechanisms and longevity of such effects … Continue reading

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Empathy & Apathy – Focus on Ponerology & Pathocracy

It was interesting to come across a recent speech by Mr. Nigel Farage on ‘Freedom and Democracy’ at the European Parliament on the 24/11/10, which raises many important issues about some of the mentalities leading various institutions. Mr Farage’s reference … Continue reading

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