Medial frontal cortex in action monitoring

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LUU, Phan, Tobias FLAISCH, Don M. TUCKER, 2000. Medial frontal cortex in action monitoring. In: Journal of Neuroscience. 20, pp. 464-469

@article{Luu2000Media-10163, title={Medial frontal cortex in action monitoring}, year={2000}, volume={20}, journal={Journal of Neuroscience}, pages={464--469}, author={Luu, Phan and Flaisch, Tobias and Tucker, Don M.} }

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