All Relations between language understanding and right cerebral hemisphere

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Elena Barbieri, Cynthia K Thompson, James Higgins, David Caplan, Swathi Kiran, Brenda Rapp, Todd Parris. Treatment-induced neural reorganization in aphasia is language-domain specific: Evidence from a large-scale fMRI study. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 159 issue 2023 36610109 these findings support previous research pointing to recruitment of right hemisphere tissue as a viable route for language recovery and suggest that sentence-level treatment may promote greater neuroplasticity on naturalistic, language comprehension tasks, compared to word-level treatment. 2023-01-07 2023-01-08 Not clear
Hyojeong Kim, Kai Wang, Laurie E Cutting, Erik G Willcutt, Stephen A Petrill, Daniel R Leopold, Andrew E Reineberg, Lee A Thompson, Marie T Banic. The Angular Gyrus as a Hub for Modulation of Language-related Cortex by Distinct Prefrontal Executive Control Regions. Journal of cognitive neuroscience vol issue 2022 36122356 in particular, precentral regions show differential fc to parietal portions of the dorsal language stream, the inferior frontal junction shows differential fc to middle temporal regions of the right hemisphere and other regions involved in semantic processing, and portions of the inferior frontal gyrus show differential fc to an extensive set of right hemisphere prefrontal regions. 2022-09-19 2022-10-10 Not clear
Samuel Planton, Shuai Wang, Deirdre Bolger, Mireille Bonnard, Chotiga Pattamadilo. Effective connectivity of the left-ventral occipito-temporal cortex during visual word processing: Direct causal evidence from TMS-EEG co-registration. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 154 issue 2022 35780753 together, this first evidence from a direct causal intervention approach suggests that processing language stimuli and performing a high-level language task reduce effective connectivity from the left-vot to the right hemisphere, and may contribute to the left-hemisphere lateralization typically observed during language processing. 2022-07-05 2022-07-07 Not clear
Kelly C Martin, Anna Seydell-Greenwald, Madison M Berl, William D Gaillard, Peter E Turkeltaub, Elissa L Newpor. A Weak Shadow of Early Life Language Processing Persists in the Right Hemisphere of the Mature Brain. Neurobiology of language (Cambridge, Mass.) vol 3 issue 3 2022 35686116 a weak shadow of early life language processing persists in the right hemisphere of the mature brain. 2022-06-10 2022-06-13 Not clear
Kelly C Martin, W Tyler Ketchabaw, Peter E Turkeltau. Plasticity of the language system in children and adults. Handbook of clinical neurology vol 184 issue 2022 35034751 we will then survey findings from adult stroke and aphasia research on the potential for recovering language processing in both the remaining left hemisphere tissue and in the non-dominant right hemisphere. 2022-01-17 2022-01-27 Not clear
Tala Noufi, Maor Zeev-Wol. Activating the Right Hemisphere Through Left-Hand Muscle Contraction Improves Novel Metaphor Comprehension. Frontiers in psychology vol 12 issue 2021 34744897 the findings of the present work provide a simple and efficient method for boosting right hemisphere activation, which can be used to improve metaphoric language comprehension. 2021-11-10 2022-01-13 Not clear
Connie A Tompkins, Margaret T Blake, Julie Wambaugh, Kimberly Meig. A novel, implicit treatment for language comprehension processes in right hemisphere brain damage: Phase I data. Aphasiology vol 25 issue 6-7 2021 22368317 a novel, implicit treatment for language comprehension processes in right hemisphere brain damage: phase i data. 2021-10-21 2022-01-12 Not clear
Connie A Tompkins, Margaret T Blake, Julie Wambaugh, Kimberly Meig. A novel, implicit treatment for language comprehension processes in right hemisphere brain damage: Phase I data. Aphasiology vol 25 issue 6-7 2021 22368317 background: this manuscript reports the initial phase of testing for a novel, "contextual constraint" treatment, designed to stimulate inefficient language comprehension processes in adults with right hemisphere brain damage (rhd). 2021-10-21 2022-01-12 Not clear
Kara D Federmeier, Edward W Wlotko, Aaron M Meye. What's \"right\" in language comprehension: ERPs reveal right hemisphere language capabilities. Language and linguistics compass vol 2 issue 1 2021 19777128 what's "right" in language comprehension: erps reveal right hemisphere language capabilities. 2021-10-20 2022-01-12 Not clear
Nicholas S Cho, Kyung K Peck, Madeleine N Gene, Mehrnaz Jenabi, Andrei I Holodn. Resting-state functional MRI language network connectivity differences in patients with brain tumors: exploration of the cerebellum and contralesional hemisphere. Brain imaging and behavior vol issue 2021 34333725 language processing is typically lateralized to the left hemisphere, but also involves the right hemisphere and cerebellum. 2021-08-01 2022-01-13 Not clear
Olessia Jouravlev, Alexander J E Kell, Zachary Mineroff, Amanda J Haskins, Dima Ayyash, Nancy Kanwisher, Evelina Fedorenk. Reduced Language Lateralization in Autism and the Broader Autism Phenotype as Assessed with Robust Individual-Subjects Analyses. Autism research : official journal of the International Society for Autism Research vol 13 issue 10 2021 32935455 across two language comprehension paradigms, asd participants showed less lateralized responses due to stronger right hemisphere activity. 2021-07-01 2022-01-13 Not clear
Salomi S Asaridou, \\xc3\\x96 Ece Demir-Lira, Susan Goldin-Meadow, Susan C Levine, Steven L Smal. Language development and brain reorganization in a child born without the left hemisphere. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 127 issue 2021 32259667 diffusion mri data showed significantly larger dorsal white matter association tracts (the direct and anterior segments of the arcuate fasciculus) connecting areas active during language processing in her remaining right hemisphere, compared to either hemisphere in control children. 2021-06-21 2022-01-13 Not clear
Xiaodong Liu, Luc Vermeylen, David Wisniewski, Marc Brysbaer. The contribution of phonological information to visual word recognition: Evidence from Chinese phonetic radicals. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 133 issue 2021 33099075 extra activation, suggestive of more effortful processing, is observed when the phonetic radical is situated in the left half of the character and therefore initially sent to the visual cortex in the right hemisphere that is less specialized for language processing. 2021-06-21 2022-01-13 Not clear
Stephen M Wilson, Sarah M Schnec. Neuroplasticity in post-stroke aphasia: A systematic review and meta-analysis of functional imaging studies of reorganization of language processing. Neurobiology of language (Cambridge, Mass.) vol 2 issue 1 2021 33884373 only a few claims about language processing in individuals with aphasia are strongly supported by the extant literature: first, left hemisphere language regions are less activated in individuals with aphasia than neurologically normal controls, and second, in cohorts with aphasia, activity in left hemisphere language regions, and possibly a temporal lobe region in the right hemisphere, is positively correlated with language function. 2021-04-26 2022-01-13 Not clear
Alie G Male, Bethanie Gouldthor. Hemispheric differences in perceptual integration during language comprehension: An ERP study. Neuropsychologia vol 139 issue 2021 31978404 the left hemisphere (lh) is responsible for many fundamental aspects of language; however, converging evidence suggests the right hemisphere (rh) is critically involved in higher-level language comprehension. 2021-03-15 2022-01-13 Not clear
Anna Seydell-Greenwald, Catherine E Chambers, Katrina Ferrara, Elissa L Newpor. What you say versus how you say it: Comparing sentence comprehension and emotional prosody processing using fMRI. NeuroImage vol 209 issue 2021 31899288 while language processing is often described as lateralized to the left hemisphere (lh), the processing of emotion carried by vocal intonation is typically attributed to the right hemisphere (rh) and more specifically, to areas mirroring the lh language areas. 2021-02-18 2022-01-13 Not clear
Susan M Bowyer, Andrew Zillgitt, Margaret Greenwald, Renee Lajiness-O'Neil. Language Mapping With Magnetoencephalography: An Update on the Current State of Clinical Research and Practice With Considerations for Clinical Practice Guidelines. Journal of clinical neurophysiology : official publication of the American Electroencephalographic Society vol 37 issue 6 2021 33165228 over time, the chronic nature of epileptic activity, or changes from a tumor or stroke, can result in a shift of language processing area from the left to the right hemisphere, or re-routing of language pathways from traditional to non-traditional areas within the dominant left hemisphere. 2021-02-02 2022-01-13 Not clear
Jeffrey P Johnson, Erin L Meier, Yue Pan, Swathi Kira. Treatment-related changes in neural activation vary according to treatment response and extent of spared tissue in patients with chronic aphasia. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 121 issue 2020 31627014 neuroimaging studies of aphasia recovery have linked treatment-related improvements in language processing to changes in functional brain activation in left hemisphere language regions and their right hemisphere homologues. 2020-11-24 2022-01-13 Not clear
Jeffrey P Johnson, Erin L Meier, Yue Pan, Swathi Kira. Treatment-related changes in neural activation vary according to treatment response and extent of spared tissue in patients with chronic aphasia. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 121 issue 2020 31627014 these results suggest that the predominant effect of beneficial naming treatment was an upregulation of traditional language areas and their right hemisphere homologues and, in particular, regions associated with phonological and semantic/executive semantic processing, as well as broader domain general functions. 2020-11-24 2022-01-13 Not clear
Ronald Chu, Steve Joordens, Jed A Meltze. Interhemispheric transfer of semantic information facilitates bilateral word recognition. Journal of experimental psychology. General vol 149 issue 5 2020 31789570 language comprehension is left-lateralized but with variable contributions from the right hemisphere. 2020-10-02 2022-01-13 Not clear
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