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Publisher: Elsevier

Volume 13, Number 2, 15 July 2000

Introduction to language and cerebellum
pp. 83-94(12)
Author: Fabbro, F.

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The contribution of the cerebellum to speech processing
pp. 95-116(22)
Authors: Ackermann, H.; Hertrich, I.

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Neuropsychological deficits of patients with chronic or acute cerebellar lesions
pp. 117-128(12)
Authors: Lalonde, R.; Botez-Marquard, T.

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Language, memory, and the cerebellum
pp. 129-143(15)
Authors: Silveri, M.C.; Misciagna, S.

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Aphasia following cerebellar damage: fact or fallacy?
pp. 145-171(27)
Authors: Marien, P.; Engelborghs, S.; Pickut, B.A.; de deyn, P.P.

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Language impairments in patients with cerebellar lesions
pp. 173-188(16)
Authors: Fabbro, F.; Moretti, R.; Bava, A.

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The role of the cerebellum in affect and psychosis
pp. 189-214(26)
Author: Schmahmann, J.D.

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