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Symptom-specific amygdala hyperactivity modulates motor control network in conversion disorder

Symptom-specific amygdala hyperactivity modulates motor control network in conversion disorder

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HASSA, Thomas, Alexandra SEBASTIAN, Joachim LIEPERT, Cornelius WEILLER, Roger SCHMIDT, Oliver TÜSCHER, 2017. Symptom-specific amygdala hyperactivity modulates motor control network in conversion disorder. In: NeuroImage : Clinical. 15, pp. 143-150. eISSN 2213-1582. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.nicl.2017.04.004

@article{Hassa2017Sympt-40608, title={Symptom-specific amygdala hyperactivity modulates motor control network in conversion disorder}, year={2017}, doi={10.1016/j.nicl.2017.04.004}, volume={15}, journal={NeuroImage : Clinical}, pages={143--150}, author={Hassa, Thomas and Sebastian, Alexandra and Liepert, Joachim and Weiller, Cornelius and Schmidt, Roger and Tüscher, Oliver} }

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