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A Meta-analysis on the neural basis of planning : Activation likelihood estimation of functional brain imaging results in the Tower of London task

A Meta-analysis on the neural basis of planning : Activation likelihood estimation of functional brain imaging results in the Tower of London task

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NITSCHKE, Kai, Lena KÖSTERING, Lisa FINKEL, Cornelius WEILLER, Christoph P. KALLER, 2017. A Meta-analysis on the neural basis of planning : Activation likelihood estimation of functional brain imaging results in the Tower of London task. In: Human Brain Mapping. 38(1), pp. 396-413. ISSN 1065-9471. eISSN 1097-0193

@article{Nitschke2017Meta--38030, title={A Meta-analysis on the neural basis of planning : Activation likelihood estimation of functional brain imaging results in the Tower of London task}, year={2017}, doi={10.1002/hbm.23368}, number={1}, volume={38}, issn={1065-9471}, journal={Human Brain Mapping}, pages={396--413}, author={Nitschke, Kai and Köstering, Lena and Finkel, Lisa and Weiller, Cornelius and Kaller, Christoph P.} }

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