Mia Liljeström
Neurotieteen ja lääketieteellisen tekniikan laitos

Mia Liljeström

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Neurotieteen ja lääketieteellisen tekniikan laitos

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Affects Cognitive Processing and Modifies Oscillatory Brain Activity during Attentional Tasks

Publishing year: 2019 JOURNAL OF NEUROTRAUMA
Neurotieteen ja lääketieteellisen tekniikan laitos

Analysis of functional connectivity and oscillatory power using DICS

Publishing year: 2018 Frontiers in Neuroscience
Neurotieteen ja lääketieteellisen tekniikan laitos

Large-scale functional networks connect differently for processing words and symbol strings

Publishing year: 2018 PloS one
Neurotieteen ja lääketieteellisen tekniikan laitos

Theta-Band Oscillations as an Indicator of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Publishing year: 2018 Brain Topography
Neurotieteen ja lääketieteellisen tekniikan laitos

The where, when and how of word production

Publishing year: 2016 Language, Cognition and Neuroscience
Neurotieteen ja lääketieteellisen tekniikan laitos

Task- and stimulus-related cortical networks in language production: Exploring similarity of MEG- and fMRI-derived functional connectivity

Publishing year: 2015 NeuroImage
Neurotieteen ja lääketieteellisen tekniikan laitos

Dynamic Reconfiguration of the Language Network Preceding Onset of Speech in Picture Naming

Publishing year: 2015 Human Brain Mapping
Neurotieteen ja lääketieteellisen tekniikan laitos

Multivariate analysis of correlation between electrophysiological and hemodynamic responses during cognitive processing

Publishing year: 2014 NeuroImage
Neurotieteen ja lääketieteellisen tekniikan laitos

MEG evoked responses and rhythmic activity provide spatiotemporally complementary measures of neural activity in language production

Publishing year: 2012 NeuroImage
Neurotieteen ja lääketieteellisen tekniikan laitos

Functional magnetic resonance imaging blood oxygenation level-dependent signal and magnetoencephalography evoked responses yield different neural functionality in reading

Publishing year: 2011 JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE