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Impact of left versus right hemisphere subcortical stroke on the neural processing of action observation and imagery

Impact of left versus right hemisphere subcortical stroke on the neural processing of action observation and imagery

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DETTMERS, Christian, Violetta NEDELKO, Micea ARIEL SCHOENFELD, 2015. Impact of left versus right hemisphere subcortical stroke on the neural processing of action observation and imagery. In: Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience. 33(5), pp. 701-712. ISSN 0922-6028. eISSN 1878-3627

@article{Dettmers2015Impac-32443, title={Impact of left versus right hemisphere subcortical stroke on the neural processing of action observation and imagery}, year={2015}, doi={10.3233/RNN-140487}, number={5}, volume={33}, issn={0922-6028}, journal={Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience}, pages={701--712}, author={Dettmers, Christian and Nedelko, Violetta and Ariel Schoenfeld, Micea} }

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