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icon_papar Age-related functional changes in gustatory and reward processing regions: An fMRI study. 
Jacobson A , Green E , Murphy C
NeuroImage 2010 ;53 (2) :602-10 [PMID: 20472070]
icon_nimgcenter Age-related functional changes in gustatory and reward processing regions: An fMRI study. 
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2010;
icon_papar Brain activity and human unilateral chewing: an FMRI study. 
Quintero A , Ichesco E , Myers C , Schutt R , Gerstner GE
Journal of dental research 2013 ;92 (2) :136-42 [PMID: 23103631]
icon_nimgcenter Brain activity and human unilateral chewing: an FMRI study. 
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2013;
icon_papar Carbohydrate in the mouth enhances activation of brain circuitry involved in motor performance and sensory perception. 
Turner CE , Byblow WD , Stinear CM , Gant N
Appetite 2014 ;80 :212-9 [PMID: 24858834]
icon_nimgcenter Carbohydrate in the mouth enhances activation of brain circuitry involved in motor performance and sensory perception. 
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2014;
icon_book Cognitive Neuroscience: The Biology of the Mind (Third Edition) 
Michael Gazzaniga . Richard Ivry Ph.D. . George Mangun Ph.D.
icon_papar Does taste matter? How anticipation of cola brands influences gustatory processing in the brain. 
Kühn S , Gallinat J
PloS one 2013 ;8 (4) :e61569 [PMID: 23637857]
icon_nimgcenter Does taste matter? How anticipation of cola brands influences gustatory processing in the brain. 
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2013;
icon_papar Does taste matter? How anticipation of cola brands influences gustatory processing in the brain. 
Kühn S , Gallinat J
PloS one 2013 ;8 (4) :e61569 [PMID: 23637857]
icon_nimgcenter Does taste matter? How anticipation of cola brands influences gustatory processing in the brain. 
Base-Item Type: Paper
2013;
icon_papar Elevated energy intake is correlated with hyperresponsivity in attentional, gustatory, and reward brain regions while anticipating palatable food receipt. 
Burger KS , Stice E
The American journal of clinical nutrition 2013 ;97 (6) :1188-94 [PMID: 23595877]
icon_nimgcenter Elevated energy intake is correlated with hyperresponsivity in attentional, gustatory, and reward brain regions while anticipating palatable food receipt. 
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2013;
icon_book Essentials of Neural Science and Behavior 
Eric R. Kandel . James H. Schwartz . Thomas M. Jessell
icon_papar Gustatory perception alterations in obesity: an fMRI study. 
Szalay C , Aradi M , Schwarcz A , Orsi G , Perlaki G , Németh L , Hanna S , Takács G , Szabó I , Bajnok L , Vereczkei A , Dóczi T , Janszky J , Komoly S , Örs Horváth P , Lénárd L , Karadi Z
Brain research 2012 ;1473 :131-40 [PMID: 22885291]
icon_nimgcenter Gustatory perception alterations in obesity: an fMRI study. 
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2012;
icon_papar Human cortical gustatory areas: a review of functional neuroimaging data. 
Small DM , Zald DH , Jones-Gotman M , Zatorre RJ , Pardo JV , Frey S , Petrides M
Neuroreport 1999 ;10 (1) :7-14 [PMID: 10094124]
icon_nimgcenter Human cortical gustatory areas: a review of functional neuroimaging data. 
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1999;
icon_papar Imaging cognition II: An empirical review of 275 PET and fMRI studies. 
Cabeza R , Nyberg L
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 2000 ;12 (1) :1-47 [PMID: 10769304]
icon_papar Reading salt activates gustatory brain regions: fMRI evidence for semantic grounding in a novel sensory modality. 
Barrós-Loscertales A , González J , Pulvermüller F , Ventura-Campos N , Bustamante JC , Costumero V , Parcet MA , Ávila C
Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) 2012 ;22 (11) :2554-63 [PMID: 22123940]
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