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icon_papar 'Where' depends on 'what': a differential functional anatomy for position discrimination in one- versus two-dimensions. 
Fink GR , Marshall JC , Weiss PH , Shah NJ , Toni I , Halligan PW , Zilles K
Neuropsychologia 2000 ;38 (13) :1741-8 [PMID: 11099732]
icon_nimgcenter 'Where' depends on 'what': a differential functional anatomy for position discrimination in one- versus two-dimensions. 
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2000;
icon_papar A combined [11C]diprenorphine PET study and fMRI study of acupuncture analgesia. 
Dougherty DD , Kong J , Webb M , Bonab AA , Fischman AJ , Gollub RL
Behavioural brain research 2008 ;193 (1) :63-8 [PMID: 18562019]
icon_nimgcenter A combined [11C]diprenorphine PET study and fMRI study of acupuncture analgesia. 
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2008;
icon_papar A developmental fMRI study of nonsymbolic numerical and spatial processing. 
Kaufmann L , Vogel SE , Wood G , Kremser C , Schocke M , Zimmerhackl LB , Koten JW
Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior 2008 ;44 (4) :376-85 [PMID: 18387568]
icon_nimgcenter A developmental fMRI study of nonsymbolic numerical and spatial processing. 
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2008;
icon_papar A parametric approach to orthographic processing in the brain: an fMRI study. 
Tagamets M A , Novick J M , Chalmers M L , Friedman R B
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 2000 ;12 (2) :281-97 [PMID: 10771412]
icon_papar Abnormal spontaneous neural activity in the anterior insular and anterior cingulate cortices in anxious depression. 
Liu CH , Ma X , Song LP , Fan J , Wang WD , Lv XY , Zhang Y , Li F , Wang L , Wang CY
Behavioural brain research 2015 ;281 :339-47 [PMID: 25513974]
icon_nimgcenter Abnormal spontaneous neural activity in the anterior insular and anterior cingulate cortices in anxious depression. 
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2015;
icon_papar Allocentric versus egocentric representation of remembered reach targets in human cortex. 
Chen Y , Monaco S , Byrne P , Yan X , Henriques DY , Crawford JD
The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience 2014 ;34 (37) :12515-26 [PMID: 25209289]
icon_nimgcenter Allocentric versus egocentric representation of remembered reach targets in human cortex. 
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2014;
icon_papar Altered brain response for semantic knowledge in Alzheimer's disease. 
Wierenga CE , Stricker NH , McCauley A , Simmons A , Jak AJ , Chang YL , Nation DA , Bangen KJ , Salmon DP , Bondi MW
Neuropsychologia 2011 ;49 (3) :392-404 [PMID: 21163275]
icon_nimgcenter Altered brain response for semantic knowledge in Alzheimer's disease. 
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2011;
icon_papar Amygdalar and hippocampal substrates of anxious temperament differ in their heritability. 
Oler JA , Fox AS , Shelton SE , Rogers J , Dyer TD , Davidson RJ , Shelledy W , Oakes TR , Blangero J , Kalin NH
Nature 2010 ;466 (7308) :864-8 [PMID: 20703306]
icon_nimgcenter Amygdalar and hippocampal substrates of anxious temperament differ in their heritability. 
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2010;
icon_papar Area V5 of the human brain: evidence from a combined study using positron emission tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. 
Watson JD , Myers R , Frackowiak RS , Hajnal JV , Woods RP , Mazziotta JC , Shipp S , Zeki S
Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) 1993 ;3 (2) :79-94 [PMID: 8490322]
icon_nimgcenter Area V5 of the human brain: evidence from a combined study using positron emission tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. 
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1993;
icon_papar Audio-visual perception of 3D cinematography: an fMRI study using condition-based and computation-based analyses. 
Ogawa A , Bordier C , Macaluso E
PloS one 2013 ;8 (10) :e76003 [PMID: 24194828]
icon_nimgcenter Audio-visual perception of 3D cinematography: an fMRI study using condition-based and computation-based analyses. 
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2013;
icon_papar Audiovisual synchrony improves motion discrimination via enhanced connectivity between early visual and auditory areas. 
Lewis R , Noppeney U
The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience 2010 ;30 (37) :12329-39 [PMID: 20844129]
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