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icon_papar A case of agrammatism due to cerebral infarction of the middle-lower part of the right precentral gyrus 
Maeda K , Ito T , Ogawa N , Nakajima A , Sanada M , Kawai H
Rinshō shinkeigaku = Clinical neurology 2009 ;49 (7) :414-8 [PMID: 19715169]
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 developmental fMRI study of reading and repetition reveals changes in phonological and visual mechanisms over age. 
Church JA , Coalson RS , Lugar HM , Petersen SE , Schlaggar BL
Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) 2008 ;18 (9) :2054-65 [PMID: 18245043]
icon_nimgcenter A developmental fMRI study of reading and repetition reveals changes in phonological and visual mechanisms over age. 
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2008;
icon_papar A neural signature of phonological access: distinguishing the effects of word frequency from familiarity and length in overt picture naming. 
Graves WW , Grabowski TJ , Mehta S , Gordon JK
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 2007 ;19 (4) :617-31 [PMID: 17381253]
icon_nimgcenter A neural signature of phonological access: distinguishing the effects of word frequency from familiarity and length in overt picture naming. 
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2007;
icon_papar An ER-fMRI study of Russian inflectional morphology. 
Slioussar N , Kireev MV , Chernigovskaya TV , Kataeva GV , Korotkov AD , Medvedev SV
Brain and language 2014 ;130 :33-41 [PMID: 24576807]
icon_nimgcenter An ER-fMRI study of Russian inflectional morphology. 
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2014;
icon_papar An fMRI investigation of covertly and overtly produced mono- and multisyllabic words. 
Shuster LI , Lemieux SK
Brain and language 2005 ;93 (1) :20-31 [PMID: 15766765]
icon_nimgcenter An fMRI investigation of covertly and overtly produced mono- and multisyllabic words. 
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2005;
icon_papar An fMRI study of Chinese character reading and picture naming by native Korean speakers. 
Yoon HW , Chung JY , Kim KH , Song MS , Park HW
Neuroscience letters 2006 ;392 (1) :90-5 [PMID: 16219423]
icon_nimgcenter An fMRI study of Chinese character reading and picture naming by native Korean speakers. 
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2006;
icon_papar Are numbers special? Comparing the generation of verbal materials from ordered categories (months) to numbers and other categories (animals) in an fMRI study. 
Ischebeck A , Heim S , Siedentopf C , Zamarian L , Schocke M , Kremser C , Egger K , Strenge H , Scheperjans F , Delazer M
Human brain mapping 2008 ;29 (8) :894-909 [PMID: 17705220]
icon_nimgcenter Are numbers special? Comparing the generation of verbal materials from ordered categories (months) to numbers and other categories (animals) in an fMRI study. 
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2008;
icon_papar Area Spt in the human planum temporale supports sensory-motor integration for speech processing. 
Hickok G , Okada K , Serences JT
Journal of neurophysiology 2009 ;101 (5) :2725-32 [PMID: 19225172]
icon_papar Articulatory/phonetic sequencing at the level of the anterior perisylvian cortex: a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study. 
Riecker A , Ackermann H , Wildgruber D , Meyer J , Dogil G , Haider H , Grodd W
Brain and language 2000 ;75 (2) :259-76 [PMID: 11049668]
icon_nimgcenter Articulatory/phonetic sequencing at the level of the anterior perisylvian cortex: a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study. 
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2000;
icon_papar Attention to visual speech gestures enhances hemodynamic activity in the left planum temporale. 
Pekkola J , Ojanen V , Autti T , Jääskeläinen IP , Möttönen R , Sams M
Human brain mapping 2006 ;27 (6) :471-7 [PMID: 16161166]
icon_papar Auditory-motor interaction revealed by fMRI: speech, music, and working memory in area Spt. 
Hickok G , Buchsbaum B , Humphries C , Muftuler T
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 2003 ;15 (5) :673-82 [PMID: 12965041]
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