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Volume 41, Number 8, 2003

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Nonconscious formation and reactivation of semantic associations by way of the medial temporal lobe
pp. 863-876(14)
Authors: Henke, K.; Mondadori, C.R.A.; Treyer, V.; Nitsch, R.M.; Buck, A.; Hock, C.

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Reading aloud and lexical decision in neglect dyslexia patients: a dissociation
pp. 877-885(9)
Authors: Arduino, L.S.; Burani, C.; Vallar, G.

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Interpreting gaze in Turner syndrome: impaired sensitivity to intention and emotion, but preservation of social cueing
pp. 894-905(12)
Authors: Lawrence, K.; Campbell, R.; Swettenham, J.; Terstegge, J.; Akers, R.; Coleman, M.; Skuse, D.

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The effect of cingulate lesions on social behaviour and emotion
pp. 919-931(13)
Authors: Hadland, K.A.; Rushworth, M.F.S.; Gaffan, D.; Passingham, R.E.

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Visuomotor priming by pictures of hand postures: perspective matters
pp. 941-951(11)
Authors: Vogt, S.; Taylor, P.; Hopkins, B.

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Spelling via semantics and phonology: exploring the effects of age, Alzheimer's disease, and primary semantic impairment
pp. 952-967(16)
Authors: Cortese, M.J.; Balota, D.A.; Sergent-Marshall, S.D.; Buckner, R.L.

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Nature of personal semantic memory: evidence from Alzheimer's disease
pp. 981-988(8)
Authors: Kazui, H.; Hashimoto, M.; Hirono, N.; Mori, E.

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Seeing and hearing speech excites the motor system involved in speech production
pp. 989-994(6)
Authors: Watkins, K.E.; Strafella, A.P.; Paus, T.

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Memory in children with temporal or extra-temporal excisions
pp. 995-1007(13)
Authors: Mabbott, D.J.; Smith, M.L.

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The dynamic nature of language lateralization: effects of lexical and prosodic factors
pp. 1008-1019(12)
Authors: Grimshaw, G.M.; Kwasny, K.M.; Covell, E.; Johnson, R.A.

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Cognitive effects of the dopamine receptor agonist pergolide
pp. 1020-1027(8)
Authors: Kimberg, D.Y.; D'Esposito, M.

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Conscious perception of brain states: mental strategies for brain-computer communication
pp. 1028-1036(9)
Authors: Neumann, N.; Kubler, A.; Kaiser, J.; Hinterberger, T.; Birbaumer, N.

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Spatial representation and attention in toddlers with Williams syndrome and Down syndrome
pp. 1037-1046(10)
Authors: Brown, J.H.; Johnson, M.H.; Paterson, S.J.; Gilmore, R.; Longhi, E.; Karmiloff-Smith, A.

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Facial expression recognition in people with medicated and unmedicated Parkinson's disease
pp. 1047-1057(11)
Authors: Sprengelmeyer, R.; Young, A.W.; Mahn, K.; Schroeder, U.; Woitalla, D.; Buttner, T.; Kuhn, W.; Przuntek, H.

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Delusions of alien control in the normal brain
pp. 1058-1067(10)
Authors: Blakemore S.-J.; Oakley, D.A.; Frith, C.D.

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Measuring unconscious actions in action-blindsight: exploring the kinematics of pointing movements to targets in the blind field of two patients with cortical hemianopia
pp. 1068-1081(14)
Authors: Danckert, J.; Revol, P.; Pisella, L.; Krolak-Salmon, P.; Vighetto, A.; Goodale, M.A.; Rossetti, Y.

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Perception of emotions from faces and voices following unilateral brain damage
pp. 1082-1090(9)
Authors: Kucharska-Pietura, K.; Phillips, M.L.; Gernand, W.; David, A.S.

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Cognitive representations of hand posture in ideomotor apraxia
pp. 1091-1113(23)
Authors: Buxbaum, L.J.; Sirigu, A.; Schwartz, M.F.; Klatzky, R.

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Eye-movement patterns do not mediate size distortion effects in hemispatial neglect: looking without seeing
pp. 1114-1121(8)
Authors: Harvey, M.; Gilchrist, I.D.; Olk, B.; Muir, K.

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