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Taylor J. Abel, Kenneth Manzel, Joel Bruss, Amy M. Belfi, Matthew A. Howard III and Daniel Tranel

participants provided informed consent in accordance with the Human Subjects Committee of the University of Iowa. In connection with their enrollment in the Patient Registry, patients were extensively characterized neuropsychologically and neuroanatomically, using standard protocols of the Ben-ton Neuropsychology Laboratory 25 and the Human Neuroanatomy and Neuroimaging Laboratory. 11 All data were collected in the chronic epoch of recovery (i.e., at least 3 months postoperatively). The average (± SD) age of the participants was 62.1 ± 12.6 years, and the average years of

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Farideh Nejat, Soheil Naderi and Mostafa El Khashab

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Mario F. Dulay and Robyn M. Busch

, Bien CG , Urbach H , Schramm J , : Surgical treatment of occipital lobe epilepsy . J Neurosurg 109 : 57 – 69 , 2008 6 Binder JR : Preoperative prediction of verbal episodic memory outcome using FMRI . Neurosurg Clin N Am 22 : 219 – 232 , ix , 2011 7 Busch RM , Neuropsychological outcomes of extratemporal surgery . Helmstaedter C , Hermann B , Lassonde M , : Neuropsychology in the Care of People with Epilepsy. Progress in Epileptic Disorders Montrouge, France , John Libbey Eurotext , 2011 . 223 – 237 8 Busch RM , Dulay

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Oliver Tucha, Christian Smely, Michael Preier, Georg Becker, Geraldine M. Paul and Klaus W. Lange

– 810 , 1987 Belyi BI: Mental impairment in unilateral frontal tumours: role of the laterality of the lesion. Int J Neurosci 32: 799–810, 1987 6. Benton AL , de Hamsher K : ultilingual Aphasia Examination. Iowa City : University of Iowa , 1976 Benton AL, de Hamsher K: ultilingual Aphasia Examination. Iowa City: University of Iowa, 1976 7. Butler RW , Rorsman I , Hill JM , et al : The effects of frontal brain impairment on fluency. Simple and complex paradigms. Neuropsychology 7

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Feilong Gong, Peng Li, Bin Li, Shizhen Zhang, Xinjie Zhang, Sen Yang, Hongbin Liu and Wei Wang

set shifting impairments are associated with distinct symptom dimensions in obsessive-compulsive disorder . Neuropsychology 20 : 409 – 419 , 2006 10.1037/0894-4105.20.4.409 16846259 15 Lepage M , McIntosh AR , Tulving E : Transperceptual encoding and retrieval processes in memory: a PET study of visual and haptic objects . Neuroimage 14 : 572 – 584 , 2001 10.1006/nimg.2001.0866 11506531 16 Liu K , Zhang H , Liu C , Guan Y , Lang L , Cheng Y , : Stereotactic treatment of refractory obsessive compulsive disorder by bilateral

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Alois A. Obwegeser, Ryan J. Uitti, John A. Lucas, Robert J. Witte, Margaret F. Turk and Robert E. Wharen Jr.

M , Fazzini E , et al : Cognitive functioning after pallidotomy for refractory Parkinson's disease. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 65 : 150 – 154 , 1998 Perrine K, Dogali M, Fazzini E, et al: Cognitive functioning after pallidotomy for refractory Parkinson's disease. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 65: 150–154, 1998 32. Reitan R , Wolfson D : The Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Battery. Tucson : Neuropsychology Press , 1985 Reitan R, Wolfson D: The Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Battery. Tucson: Neuropsychology Press, 1985 33. Rettig

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Richard B. Ferrell, Charles M. Culver and Gary J. Tucker

-Reitan neuropsychology testing battery at least once preoperatively and once postoperatively. Some were tested a total of three or more times. This battery consists of 3 hours of testing of a variety of intellectual, perceptual, and motor abilities, and furnishes a reasonably valid appraisal of cortical function. 4 While the battery provides a fairly exhaustive evaluation of the domain of cognitive abilities, it contains few, if any, of the specialized types of tests used by Sperry, et al. , 5 or Gazzaniga and LeDoux 2 to directly assess transfer of information between the

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Jason A. R. Carr, Christopher R. Honey, Marci Sinden, Anthony G. Phillips and Jeffrey S. Martzke

classified according to the difference in millimeters between the height of the first and last “MNO,” and perseveration consisted of repeated elements within an “MNO.” Given the potential for PVP to alter functioning within pallidal-thalamic-prefrontal circuitry, a heavy emphasis was placed on clinical measures of executive cognitive functions. 24, 47, 65 We also used several tests from the experimental neuropsychology literature that have demonstrated sensitivity to dysfunction within prefrontal—basal ganglia systems. 44, 46, 50, 58 Whenever available

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Harvey S. Levin, Robert G. Grossman, James E. Rose and Graham Teasdale

, Hvid-Hansen O , Land AM , et al : Prognosis after head injury based on early clinical examination. Lancet 2 : 631 – 635 , 1973 Overgaard J, Hvid-Hansen 0, Land AM, et al: Prognosis after head injury based on early clinical examination. Lancet 2: 631–635, 1973 20. Spreen O , Benton AL : Manual for the Neurosensory Center Comprehensive Examination for Aphasia. University of Victoria, Victoria, BC : Neuropsychology Laboratory , 1969 Spreen O, Benton AL: Manual for the Neurosensory Center

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Peter Egeto, R. Loch Macdonald, Tisha J. Ornstein and Tom A. Schweizer

clipping for ruptured anterior communicating artery aneurysm . Neuropsychology 26 : 172 – 180 , 2012 22251310 10.1037/a0024336 10 Feigin VL , Lawes CM , Bennett DA , Barker-Collo SL , Parag V : Worldwide stroke incidence and early case fatality reported in 56 population-based studies: a systematic review . Lancet Neurol 8 : 355 – 369 , 2009 10.1016/S1474-4422(09)70025-0 19233729 11 Fontanella M , Perozzo P , Ursone R , Garbossa D , Bergui M : Neuropsychological assessment after microsurgical clipping or endovascular treatment for