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Anatomical correlates of dyslexia: frontal and cerebellar findings.
To modulate or not to modulate: differing results in uniquely shaped Williams syndrome brains.
An experiment of nature: brain anatomy parallels cognition and behavior in Williams syndrome.
Selective alterations of white matter associated with visuospatial and sensorimotor dysfunction in turner syndrome.
Frontostriatal dysfunction during response inhibition in Williams syndrome.
Inferior frontal sensitivity to common speech sounds is amplified by increasing word intelligibility.
The cingulo-opercular network provides word-recognition benefit.
Gray Matter Features of Reading Disability: A Combined Meta-Analytic and Direct Analysis Approach(1,2,3,4).
Is Listening in Noise Worth It? The Neurobiology of Speech Recognition in Challenging Listening Conditions.
Cingulo-opercular activity affects incidental memory encoding for speech in noise.
Cingulo-opercular adaptive control for younger and older adults during a challenging gap detection task.