Typical asymmetry in the hemispheric activation during an fMRI verbal comprehension paradigm is related to better performance in verbal and non-verbal tasks in patients with epilepsy
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Typical asymmetry in the hemispheric activation during an fMRI verbal comprehension paradigm is related to better performance in verbal and non-verbal tasks in patients with epilepsy

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Typical asymmetry in the hemispheric activation during an fMRI verbal comprehension paradigm is related to better performance in verbal and non-verbal tasks in patients with epilepsy

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Cano-López, I.; Calvo, Anna; Boget, Teresa; Carreño, Mar; Donaire, Antonio; Setoain, Xavier; Pintor, Luis; Rumià, Jordi; González Bono, Esperanza; Junqué, Carme; Bargalló, Núria
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    Cano-López, I. Calvo, Anna Boget, Teresa Carreño, Mar Donaire, Antonio Setoain, Xavier Pintor, Luis Rumià, Jordi González Bono, Esperanza Junqué, Carme Bargalló, Núria 2018 Typical asymmetry in the hemispheric activation during an fMRI verbal comprehension paradigm is related to better performance in verbal and non-verbal tasks in patients with epilepsy Neuroimage-Clinical 20 742 752
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nicl.2018.09.010

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