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Functional re-recruitment of dysfunctional brain areas predicts language recovery in chronic aphasia

Functional re-recruitment of dysfunctional brain areas predicts language recovery in chronic aphasia

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MEINZER, Marcus, Tobias FLAISCH, Caterina BREITENSTEIN, Christian WIENBRUCH, Thomas ELBERT, Brigitte ROCKSTROH, 2008. Functional re-recruitment of dysfunctional brain areas predicts language recovery in chronic aphasia. In: NeuroImage. 39(4), pp. 2038-2046. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2007.10.008

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