Neuroplasticity of language after brain damage studied with electrophysiology
We use electrophysiology to examine neuroplasticity in the language system following brain damage. Vitória has argued that electrophysiological signatures, for providing more specific information about the timing (and spectral content) of activity in addition to spatial information, are crucial for understanding what brain areas are doing after reorganisation has happened.
- Language production in neurological populations
- Lesion evidence for a critical role of left posterior but not frontal areas in alpha-beta power decreases during context-driven word production
- Neuroplasticity of language in left-hemisphere stroke: evidence linking subsecond electrophysiology and structural connections
- Investigating the Spatial and Temporal Components of Speech Production
- Pre-articulatory electrical activity associated with correct naming in individuals with aphasia