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Coordinated representational reinstatement in the human hippocampus and lateral temporal cortex during episodic memory retrieval

May 21st, 2019|Categories: News, Recent Publications|

Our results revealed a double dissociation of representational reinstatement across time and space: an early reinstatement of item-context associations in hippocampus preceded a later reinstatement of item information in LTC. Importantly, reinstatement levels in hippocampus and LTC were correlated across trials, and the quality of LTC reinstatement was predicted by the magnitude of phase synchronization between hippocampus and LTC. These findings confirm that episodic memory retrieval in humans relies on coordinated representational interactions within a hippocampal-neocortical network.

Augmented Dyadic Therapy Boosts Recovery of Language Function in Patients With Nonfluent Aphasia

April 29th, 2019|Categories: News, Recent Publications|

Our results demonstrate the effectiveness of the Rehabilitation Gaming System for aphasia for improving language and communication in patients with chronic aphasia suggesting that the current challenges faced by the healthcare system in the treatment of stroke might be effectively addressed by augmenting traditional therapy with computer-based methods.

SPECS with IBEC participates in the 12th edition of the Science Festival in Barcelona

June 13th, 2018|Categories: News|

SPECS-lab joined the 12th editions of Festival de la Ciencia in Barcelona " where they presented several research lines and new tools they develop to study the brain, highlighting that neuroscience is multidisciplinary and it resorts to disciplines such as engineering, computing or physics, even though virtual, interactive tools and games.

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