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icon_papar A complementary analytic approach to examining medial temporal lobe sources using magnetoencephalography. 
Riggs L , Moses SN , Bardouille T , Herdman AT , Ross B , Ryan JD
NeuroImage 2009 ;45 (2) :627-42 [PMID: 19100846]
icon_nimgcenter A complementary analytic approach to examining medial temporal lobe sources using magnetoencephalography. 
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2009;
icon_papar A dynamic object-processing network: metric shape discrimination of dynamic objects by activation of occipitotemporal, parietal, and frontal cortices. 
Schultz J , Chuang L , Vuong QC
Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) 2008 ;18 (6) :1302-13 [PMID: 17962220]
icon_nimgcenter A dynamic object-processing network: metric shape discrimination of dynamic objects by activation of occipitotemporal, parietal, and frontal cortices. 
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2008;
icon_papar A group independent component analysis of covert verb generation in children: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study. 
Karunanayaka P , Schmithorst VJ , Vannest J , Szaflarski JP , Plante E , Holland SK
NeuroImage 2010 ;51 (1) :472-87 [PMID: 20056150]
icon_nimgcenter A group independent component analysis of covert verb generation in children: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study. 
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2010;
icon_papar A multisensory cortical network for understanding speech in noise. 
Bishop CW , Miller LM
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 2009 ;21 (9) :1790-805 [PMID: 18823249]
icon_nimgcenter A multisensory cortical network for understanding speech in noise. 
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2009;
icon_papar A PET study of cognitive strategies in normal subjects during language tasks. Influence of phonetic ambiguity and sequence processing on phoneme monitoring. 
Démonet JF , Price C , Wise R , Frackowiak RS
Brain : a journal of neurology 1994 ;117 :671-82 [PMID: 7922456]
icon_nimgcenter A PET study of cognitive strategies in normal subjects during language tasks. Influence of phonetic ambiguity and sequence processing on phoneme monitoring. 
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1994;
icon_papar A single-trial estimation of the feedback-related negativity and its relation to BOLD responses in a time-estimation task. 
Becker MP , Nitsch AM , Miltner WH , Straube T
The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience 2014 ;34 (8) :3005-12 [PMID: 24553940]
icon_nimgcenter A single-trial estimation of the feedback-related negativity and its relation to BOLD responses in a time-estimation task. 
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2014;
icon_papar Abnormal regional cerebral blood flow in childhood autism. 
Ohnishi T , Matsuda H , Hashimoto T , Kunihiro T , Nishikawa M , Uema T , Sasaki M
Brain : a journal of neurology 2000 ;123 :1838-44 [PMID: 10960047]
icon_papar Accumulation of neural activity in the posterior insula encodes the passage of time. 
Wittmann M , Simmons AN , Aron JL , Paulus MP
Neuropsychologia 2010 ;48 (10) :3110-20 [PMID: 20600186]
icon_nimgcenter Accumulation of neural activity in the posterior insula encodes the passage of time. 
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2010;
icon_papar Active and passive touch differentially activate somatosensory cortex in texture perception. 
Simões-Franklin C , Whitaker TA , Newell FN
Human brain mapping 2011 ;32 (7) :1067-80 [PMID: 20669167]
icon_nimgcenter Active and passive touch differentially activate somatosensory cortex in texture perception. 
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2011;
icon_papar Acute treatment with the antidepressant fluoxetine internalizes 5-HT1A autoreceptors and reduces the in vivo binding of the PET radioligand [18F]MPPF in the nucleus raphe dorsalis of rat. 
Riad M , Zimmer L , Rbah L , Watkins KC , Hamon M , Descarries L
The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience 2004 ;24 (23) :5420-6 [PMID: 15190115]
icon_papar Age-related differences in memory-encoding fMRI responses after accounting for decline in vascular reactivity. 
Liu P , Hebrank AC , Rodrigue KM , Kennedy KM , Section J , Park DC , Lu H
NeuroImage 2013 ;78 :415-25 [PMID: 23624491]
icon_nimgcenter Age-related differences in memory-encoding fMRI responses after accounting for decline in vascular reactivity. 
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2013;
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