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ArtikelThe relationship between perisylvian morphology and verbal short-term memory functioning in children with neurodevelopmental disorders  
Oleh: Kibby, Michelle Y. ; Kroese, Judith M. ; Morgan, Allison E. ; Hiemenz, Jennifer R. ; Cohen, Morris J. ; Hynd, George W.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Brain and Language (Full Text) vol. 89 no. 1 (2004), page 122-135.
Topik: Verbal short-term memory; Brain morphology; MRI; Children; Neurodevelopmental disorders; Dyslexia; Reading disabilities; ADHD
Fulltext: 89_01_Kibby.pdf (262.32KB)
Isi artikelAlthough children with neurodevelopmental disorders frequently present with reduced short-term memory functioning, the relationship between perisylvian morphology and verbal short-term memory functioning has received limited attention. Thus, examining this relationship in children with neurodevelopmental disorders was the focus of this exploratory study. Results suggested leftward asymmetry in the temporal bank of the planum temporale is related to better coding and storage of semantic material. In contrast, parietal bank morphology is related to coding and storage of phonological material, and presence of an extra gyrus in the parietal region is associated with reduced phonological working memory. Data also supported a relationship between pars triangularis morphology and verbal short-term memory functioning, but this is not material-specific.
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