Rethinking the neural basis of prosody and non-literal language: Spared pragmatics and cognitive compensation in a bilingual with extensive right-hemisphere damage. 2019

AUTORES Calvo N, Abrevaya S, Martínez Cuitiño M, Steeb B, Zamora D, Sedeño L, Ibáñez A & García AM 2019 JOURNAL Frontiers in Psychology 10, 570 VOLUMEN Marzo, 2019 ABSTRACT Above and beyond the critical contributions of left perisylvian regions to language, the neural networks supporting pragmatic aspects of verbal communication in native and non-native … Leer más

Multimodal neurocognitive markers of interoceptive tuning in smoked cocaine. 2019

AUTORES de la Fuente A, Sedeño L, Vignaga SS, Ellmann C, Sonzogni S, Belluscio L, García-Cordero I, Castagnaro E, Boano M, Cetkovitch M, Torralva T, Cánepa ET, Tagliazucchi E, Garcia AM, Ibañez A.  2019 JOURNAL Neuropsychopharmacology. VOLUMEN Febrero, 2019 ABSTRACT Contemporary neurocognitive models of drug addiction have associated this condition with changes in interoception —namely, the … Leer más

Out of Context, Beyond the Face: Neuroanatomical Pathways of Emotional Face-Body Language Integration in Adolescent Offenders. 2019

AUTORES Santamaría-García H, Ibáñez A, Montaño S, García AM, Patiño-Saenz M, Idarraga C, Pino M, Baez S.   2019 JOURNAL Front Behav Neurosci. VOLUMEN Febrero, 2019 RESUMEN En este trabajo demostramos que los adolescentes encarcelados tienden a sobrevalorar las señales contextuales en el reconocimiento de emociones, presentando diferencias en áreas cerebrales críticas para el procesamiento … Leer más

Insular networks and intercognition in the wild. Ibáñez A. 2019

AUTORES Ibáñez A.   2019 JOURNAL Cortex. VOLUMEN Febrero, 2019 ABSTRACT Studies on the neurocognitive deficits in behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia (bvFTD) have provided evidence that highlights the differences among two views of cognition: the social cognition in the wild (i.e., everyday behavior) and the compartmentalized social cognition of neuroscientific labo-ratories. The bvFTD is a … Leer más

Addenbrooke’s cognitive examination III in the diagnosis of dementia: a critical review. Bruno D., Schurmann Vignaga S. 2019

AUTORES Bruno D., Schurmann Vignaga S.   2019 JOURNAL Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment. VOLUMEN Febrero, 2019 ABSTRACT Addenbrooke’s cognitive examination III is a screening test that is composed of tests of attention, orientation, memory, language, visual perceptual and visuospatial skills. It is useful in the detection of cognitive impairment, especially in the detection of Alzheimer’s … Leer más

Taxing the bilingual mind: Effects of simultaneous interpreting experience on verbal and executive mechanisms. García AM., Muñoz E. & Kogan B. 2019

AUTORES García AM., Muñoz E. & Kogan B. 2019 JOURNAL Language and Cognition VOLUMEN Febrero, 2019 ABSTRACT This paper reviews the neurocognitive particularities of subjects with sustained experience in simultaneous interpreting, a highly demanding form of bilingual processing. The literature converges into three broad empirical patterns. First, significant neurocognitive differences, including behavioral enhancements in verbal … Leer más

Reading Shakespearean tropes in a foreign tongue: Age of L2 acquisition modulates neural responses to functional shifts. 2019

AUTORES Vilas M, Santilli M, Mikulan E, Adolfi F, Martorell Caro M, Manes F, Herrera E, Sedeño L, Ibáñez A & García AM AÑO 2019 JOURNAL Neuropsychologia 124, 79-86. 2019. VOLUMEN Enero, 2019 ABSTRACT Functional shifts (FSs) – morphosyntactically marked words evoking coherent but novel meanings – are ubi- quitous in English and, specially, in … Leer más

Disarming Ex-Combatants’ Minds: Toward Situated Reintegration Process in Post-conflict Colombia. Baez S, Santamaría-García H, Ibáñez A. 2019

AUTORES Baez S, Santamaría-García H, Ibáñez A AÑO 2019 JOURNAL Front. Psychol. VOLUMEN Febrero, 2019 ABSTRACT Collective violence in the context of armed conflict impacts the economy, health systems, and social stability of affected countries. This is considered a complex phenomenon with interwoven biological, psychological, social, cultural, and political factors. However, most of the research … Leer más

The Lara case: A group analysis of initial psychoanalytic interviews using systematic clinical observation and empirical tools. Rodríguez Quiroga de Pereira A., Borensztein L., Corbella V. & Marengo J.C. 2019

AUTORES Rodríguez Quiroga de Pereira A., Borensztein L., Corbella V. & Marengo J.C. AÑO 2019 JOURNAL The International Journal of Psychoanalysis VOLUMEN Enero, 2019 ABSTRACT With the objective of analysing the usefulness of empirical criteria for observing psychoanalytic cases, this article describes an experience of systematic clinical observation carried out by the Psychodynamic Clinical Research … Leer más

Grounding translation and interpreting in the brain: what has been, can be, and must be done. Muñoz E, Calvo N & García AM. 2018

AUTORES Muñoz E, Calvo N & García AM AÑO 2018 JOURNAL Grounding translation and interpreting in the brain: what has been, can be, and must be done. VOLUMEN Noviembre, 2018 ABSTRACT This paper offers an overview of neurocognitive research on translation and interpreting, an area whose history spans almost 100 years. First, we identify the … Leer más