Joshua I. Breier mainly focuses on Magnetoencephalography, Neuroscience, Audiology, Brain mapping and Reading. His Magnetoencephalography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Magnetic resonance imaging, Temporal lobe and Epilepsy surgery. His Temporal lobe research includes themes of Cognitive psychology and Brain activity and meditation.
His research investigates the link between Audiology and topics such as Word recognition that cross with problems in Dyslexia. His Reading research includes elements of Psychological intervention, Pedagogy, Superior temporal gyrus and Phonology. The various areas that Joshua I. Breier examines in his Lateralization of brain function study include Arcuate fasciculus and Aphasia.
His main research concerns Magnetoencephalography, Audiology, Neuroscience, Lateralization of brain function and Epilepsy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cognitive psychology, Superior temporal gyrus, Functional imaging, Brain activity and meditation and Brain mapping in addition to Magnetoencephalography. His study explores the link between Cognitive psychology and topics such as Dyslexia that cross with problems in Communication disorder, Language disorder and Speech perception.
His Audiology research incorporates themes from Developmental psychology, Cognition, Categorical perception and Voice-onset time. His Lateralization of brain function research also works with subjects such as
Joshua I. Breier focuses on Lateralization of brain function, Audiology, Neuroscience, Stroke and Magnetoencephalography. His Lateralization of brain function study improves the overall literature in Cognitive psychology. His research in the fields of Cortical stimulation mapping, Sensory loss, Cortex and Stimulation overlaps with other disciplines such as Current density.
Joshua I. Breier focuses mostly in the field of Stroke, narrowing it down to matters related to Aphasia and, in some cases, Functional imaging, Language disorder, Communication disorder, Diffusion MRI and Surgery. He regularly links together related areas like Brain mapping in his Magnetoencephalography studies. His study in Magnetic resonance imaging is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Temporal lobe and Epilepsy surgery.
His primary scientific interests are in Lateralization of brain function, Audiology, Aphasia, Stroke and Temporal lobe. Lateralization of brain function is a subfield of Cognitive psychology that Joshua I. Breier studies. Joshua I. Breier combines subjects such as Diffusion MRI and Magnetoencephalography with his study of Aphasia.
The concepts of his Diffusion MRI study are interwoven with issues in Central nervous system disease, Functional imaging, Language assessment and Comprehension. Joshua I. Breier has included themes like Cerebrovascular disorder, Communication disorder, Language disorder, Surgery and Western Aphasia Battery in his Magnetoencephalography study. His Temporal lobe study contributes to a more complete understanding of Epilepsy.
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Dyslexia-specific brain activation profile becomes normal following successful remedial training
P. G. Simos;J. M. Fletcher;E. Bergman;Joshua I Breier.
Cerebral Mechanisms Involved in Word Reading in Dyslexic Children: a Magnetic Source Imaging Approach
Panagiotis G Simos;J I Breier;Jack M Fletcher;E Bergman.
Cerebral Cortex (2000)
Brain Mechanisms for Reading Words and Pseudowords: an Integrated Approach
Panagiotis G. Simos;Joshua I. Breier;Jack M. Fletcher;Barbara R. Foorman.
Cerebral Cortex (2002)
Magnetocephalography: a noninvasive alternative to the Wada procedure
Andrew C. Papanicolaou;Panagiotis G. Simos;Eduardo M. Castillo;Joshua I. Breier.
Journal of Neurosurgery (2004)
Magnetoencephalographic mapping of the language-specific cortex
A. C. Papanicolaou;P. G. Simos;J. I. Breier;G. Zouridakis.
Journal of Neurosurgery (1999)
A comparison of magnetoencephalography, MRI, and V-EEG in patients evaluated for epilepsy surgery.
J. W. Wheless;L. J. Willmore;Joshua I Breier;M. Kataki.
Brain activation profiles in dyslexic children during non-word reading: a magnetic source imaging study.
Panagiotis G Simos;Joshua I Breier;Jack M Fletcher;Barbara R Foorman.
Neuroscience Letters (2000)
Localization of language-specific cortex by using magnetic source imaging and electrical stimulation mapping.
Panagiotis G. Simos;Andrew C. Papanicolaou;Joshua I. Breier;James W. Wheless.
Journal of Neurosurgery (1999)
Language dominance determined by magnetic source imaging: a comparison with the Wada procedure.
Joshua I. Breier;P. G. Simos;G. Zouridakis;J. W. Wheless.
Language dysfunction after stroke and damage to white matter tracts evaluated using diffusion tensor imaging.
Joshua I Breier;Khader M Hasan;W. Zhang;D. Men.
American Journal of Neuroradiology (2008)
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