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Publisher: Elsevier

Volume 37, Number 5, 1 February 1999

The temporal order judgment paradigm: subcorticalattentional contribution under exogenous and endogenouscueing conditions
pp. 511-520(10)
Authors: Zackon, D.H.; Casson, E.J.; Zafar, A.; Stelmach, L.; Racette, L.

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Dyslexia, gender, and brain imaging
pp. 521-536(16)
Author: Lambe, E.K.

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Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of the dominant hemisphere can disrupt visual naming in temporal lobe epilepsy patients
pp. 537-544(8)
Authors: Wassermann, E.m.; Blaxton, T.a.; Hoffman, E.a.; Berry, C.D.; Oletsky, H.; Pascual-Leone, A.; Theodore, W.H.

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Language organization in patients with early and lateleft-hemisphere lesion: a pet study
pp. 545-557(13)
Authors: Muller R.-a.; Rothermel, R.D.; Behen, M.e.; Muzik, O.; Chakraborty, P.K.; Chugani, H.T.

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Dynamic changes in the functional anatomy of thehuman brain during recall of abstract designs related topractice
pp. 567-587(21)
Authors: Kanno, K.; Koike, N.; Korai, Y.; Mochida, I.; Komatsu, M.; Petersson, K.M.; Elfgren, C.; Ingvar, M.

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Neglect-associated constructional disorders: aparadoxical phenomenon?
pp. 589-594(6)
Authors: Grossi, D.; Lepore, M.; Esposito, A.; Napolitano, A.; Serino, M.; Trojano, L.

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Selective visual attention in patients with frontal lobelesions or Parkinsons disease
pp. 595-604(10)
Authors: Lee, S.S.; Wild, K.; Hollnagel, C.; Grafman, J.

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Mechanisms underlying attentional set-shifting inParkinsons disease
pp. 605-616(12)
Authors: Gauntlett-Gilbert, J.; Roberts, R.C.; Brown, V.J.

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