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Lichtheim 2: Synthesizing aphasia and the neural basis of language in a neurocomputational model of the dual dorsal-ventral language pathways. / Ueno, Taiji; Saito, Satoru; Rogers, Timothy T.; Lambon Ralph, Matthew A.

In: Neuron, Vol. 72, No. 2, 20.10.2011, p. 385-396.

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title = "Lichtheim 2: Synthesizing aphasia and the neural basis of language in a neurocomputational model of the dual dorsal-ventral language pathways",
abstract = "Traditional neurological models of language were based on a single neural pathway (the dorsal pathway underpinned by the arcuate fasciculus). Contemporary neuroscience indicates that anterior temporal regions and the {"} ventral{"} language pathway also make a significant contribution, yet there is no computationally-implemented model of the dual pathway, nor any synthesis of normal and aphasic behavior. The {"} Lichtheim 2{"} model was implemented by developing a new variety of computational model which reproduces and explains normal and patient data but also incorporates neuroanatomical information into its architecture. By bridging the {"} mind-brain{"} gap in this way, the resultant {"} neurocomputational{"} model provides a unique opportunity to explore the relationship between lesion location and behavioral deficits, and to provide a platform for simulating functional neuroimaging data. {\textcopyright} 2011 Elsevier Inc.",
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