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icon_papar "It's Not What You Say, But How You Say it": A Reciprocal Temporo-frontal Network for Affective Prosody. 
Leitman DI , Wolf DH , Ragland JD , Laukka P , Loughead J , Valdez JN , Javitt DC , Turetsky BI , Gur RC
Frontiers in human neuroscience 2010 ;4 :19 [PMID: 20204074]
icon_papar "It's Not What You Say, But How You Say it": A Reciprocal Temporo-frontal Network for Affective Prosody. 
Leitman DI , Wolf DH , Ragland JD , Laukka P , Loughead J , Valdez JN , Javitt DC , Turetsky BI , Gur RC
Frontiers in human neuroscience 2010 ;4 :19 [PMID: 20204074]
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_nimgcenter A common functional brain network for autobiographical, episodic, and semantic memory retrieval. 
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2010;
icon_papar A common neural substrate for language production and verbal working memory. 
Acheson DJ , Hamidi M , Binder JR , Postle BR
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 2011 ;23 (6) :1358-67 [PMID: 20617889]
icon_nimgcenter A common neural substrate for language production and verbal working memory. 
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2011;
icon_papar A comparison of brain activity evoked by single content and function words: an fMRI investigation of implicit word processing. 
Diaz MT , McCarthy G
Brain research 2009 ;1282 :38-49 [PMID: 19465009]
icon_nimgcenter A comparison of brain activity evoked by single content and function words: an fMRI investigation of implicit word processing. 
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2009;
icon_papar A critical role for the anterior hippocampus in relational memory: evidence from an fMRI study comparing associative and item recognition. 
Giovanello Kelly Sullivan , Schnyer David M , Verfaellie Mieke
Hippocampus 2004 ;14 (1) :5-8 [PMID: 15058477]
icon_nimgcenter A critical role for the anterior hippocampus in relational memory: evidence from an fMRI study comparing associative and item recognition. 
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2004;
icon_nimgcenter A critical role for the anterior hippocampus in relational memory: evidence from an fMRI study comparing associative and item recognition. 
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2004;
icon_papar A functional MRI study: cerebral laterality for lexical-semantic processing and human voice perception. 
Koeda M , Takahashi H , Yahata N , Asai K , Okubo Y , Tanaka H
AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology 2006 ;27 (7) :1472-9 [PMID: 16908561]
icon_papar A meta-analysis of fMRI studies on Chinese orthographic, phonological, and semantic processing. 
Wu CY , Ho MH , Chen SH
NeuroImage 2012 ;63 (1) :381-91 [PMID: 22759996]
icon_nimgcenter A meta-analysis of fMRI studies on Chinese orthographic, phonological, and semantic processing. 
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2012;
icon_papar A new verbal reports fMRI dichotic listening paradigm for studies of hemispheric asymmetry. 
van den Noort M , Specht K , Rimol LM , Ersland L , Hugdahl K
NeuroImage 2008 ;40 (2) :902-11 [PMID: 18234509]
icon_nimgcenter A new verbal reports fMRI dichotic listening paradigm for studies of hemispheric asymmetry. 
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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 A piece of the action: modulation of sensory-motor regions by action idioms and metaphors. 
Desai RH , Conant LL , Binder JR , Park H , Seidenberg MS
NeuroImage 2013 ;83 :862-9 [PMID: 23891645]
icon_nimgcenter A piece of the action: modulation of sensory-motor regions by action idioms and metaphors. 
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