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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Acknowledgements 2018 2019
111 C p. iii-vii
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2 Activation of the language control network in bilingual visual word recognition Peeters, David
2019
111 C p. 63-73
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3 Altered neural dynamics in people who report spontaneous out of body experiences Milne, Elizabeth
2019
111 C p. 87-99
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4 Arithmetic learning modifies the functional connectivity of the fronto-parietal network Zhao, Hui
2019
111 C p. 51-62
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5 A touching Sight: EEG/ERP correlates for the vicarious processing of affectionate touch Schirmer, Annett
2019
111 C p. 1-15
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6 Brain activity in struggling readers before intervention relates to future reading gains Nugiel, Tehila
2019
111 C p. 286-302
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7 Cover figure 2019
111 C p. e1
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8 Differential brain-to-brain entrainment while speaking and listening in native and foreign languages Pérez, Alejandro
2019
111 C p. 303-315
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9 Distortions of perceived volume and length of body parts Sadibolova, Renata
2019
111 C p. 74-86
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10 Does apraxia support spatial and kinematic or mirror neuron approaches to social interaction? A commentary on Binder et al. (2017) Reader, Arran T.
2019
111 C p. 324-326
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11 Does attenuated divisive normalization affect gaze processing in autism spectrum disorder? A commentary on Palmer et al. (2018) Rosenberg, Ari
2019
111 C p. 316-318
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12 Editorial Board 2019
111 C p. ii
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13 Establishing the scope of the divisive normalisation theory of autism: A reply to Rosenberg and Sunkara Palmer, Colin J.
2019
111 C p. 319-323
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14 How the visual brain detects emotional changes in facial expressions: Evidence from driven and intrinsic brain oscillations Campagnoli, Rafaela R.
2019
111 C p. 35-50
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15 Language lateralisation measured across linguistic and national boundaries Hausmann, Markus
2019
111 C p. 134-147
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16 Meta-analysis of the visuospatial aftereffects of prism adaptation, with two novel experiments McIntosh, Robert D.
2019
111 C p. 256-273
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17 Metacognition and self-awareness in Multiple Sclerosis Mazancieux, Audrey
2019
111 C p. 238-255
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18 Neurophysiology of spontaneous facial expressions: II. Motor control of the right and left face is partially independent in adults Ross, Elliott D.
2019
111 C p. 164-182
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19 Oculomotor control after hemidecortication: One hemisphere encodes normal ipsilateral oblique anti-saccades Savina, Olga
2019
111 C p. 127-133
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20 Pattern classification differentiates decision of intertemporal choices using multi-voxel pattern analysis Chen, Zhiyi
2019
111 C p. 183-195
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21 Prism adaptation: From rehabilitation to neural bases Rossetti, Yves
2019
111 C p. A1-A6
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22 Reproducibility of visual-field asymmetries: Nine replication studies investigating lateralization of visual information processing Brederoo, Sanne G.
2019
111 C p. 100-126
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23 Robust neurocognitive individual differences in grammatical agreement processing: A latent variable approach Tanner, Darren
2019
111 C p. 210-237
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24 The frontal aslant tract (FAT) and its role in speech, language and executive function Dick, Anthony Steven
2019
111 C p. 148-163
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25 The observed locus of semantic interference may not coincide with the functional locus of semantic interference: A commentary on Shitova et al. van Maanen, Leendert
2019
111 C p. 327-332
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26 The temporal involvement of the left supramarginal gyrus in planning functional grasps: A neuronavigated TMS study Potok, Weronika
2019
111 C p. 16-34
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27 The time course of encoding and maintenance of task-relevant versus irrelevant object features in working memory Bocincova, Andrea
2019
111 C p. 196-209
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28 Using tDCS to facilitate motor learning in speech production: The role of timing Buchwald, Adam
2019
111 C p. 274-285
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