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Publisher: Elsevier

Volume 38, Number 13, December 2000

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Categorization and category effects in normal object recognition - A PET Study
pp. 1693-1703(11)
Authors: Gerlach, C.; Law, I.; Gade, A.; Paulson, O.B.

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Planum temporale, planum parietale and dichotic listening in dyslexia
pp. 1704-1713(10)
Authors: Heiervang, E.; Hugdahl, K.; Steinmetz, H.; Inge Smievoll, A.; Stevenson, J.; Lund, A.; Ersland, L.; Lundervold, A.

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Bimanual coordination and limb-specific parameterization in patients with Parkinson's disease
pp. 1714-1722(9)
Authors: J. Serrien, D.; Steyvers, M.; Debaere, F.; E. Stelmach, G.; P. Swinnen, S.

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Prefrontal brain electrical asymmetry predicts the evaluation of affective stimuli
pp. 1723-1733(11)
Authors: Sutton, S.K.; Davidson, R.J.

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Emotional curiosity: modulation of visuospatial attention by arousal is preserved in aging and early-stage Alzheimer's disease
pp. 1734-1740(7)
Authors: LaBar, K.S.; Mesulam, M.; Gitelman, D.R.; Weintraub, S.

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'Where' depends on 'what': A differential functional anatomy for position discrimination in one- versus two-dimensions
pp. 1741-1748(8)
Authors: Fink, G.R.; Marshall, J.C.; Weiss, P.H.; Shah, N.J.; Toni, I.; Halligan, P.W.; Zilles, K.

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Atypical organisation of the auditory cortex in dyslexia as revealed by MEG
pp. 1749-1759(11)
Authors: Heim, S.; Eulitz, C.; Kaufmann, J.; Fuchter, I.; Pantev, C.; Lamprecht-Dinnesen, A.; Matulat, P.; Scheer, P.; Borstel, M.; Elbert, T.

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Apraxic disturbances in patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease
pp. 1760-1769(10)
Authors: Derouesne, C.; Lagha-Pierucci, S.; Thibault, S.; Baudouin-Madec, V.; Lacomblez, L.

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