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Riitta Salmelin Wikidata

Salmelin, Riitta (1961- ). NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library

VIAF ID: 270127759 (Personal)

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Adult brain plasticity elicited by anomia treatment. Wikidata
Auditory cortical activation in Finnish and Swedish speaking Finns: a magnetoencephalographic study. Wikidata
Children show right-lateralized effects of spoken word-form learning Wikidata
Comparison of BOLD fMRI and MEG characteristics to vibrotactile stimulation. Wikidata
Distinct effects of memory retrieval and articulatory preparation when learning and accessing new word forms Wikidata
Evidence for genetic regulation of the human parieto-occipital 10-Hz rhythmic activity. Wikidata
Functional segregation of movement-related rhythmic activity in the human brain. Wikidata
Genome-wide linkage analysis of human auditory cortical activation suggests distinct loci on chromosomes 2, 3, and 8. Wikidata
Kernel Convolution Model for Decoding Sounds from Time-Varying Neural Responses Wikidata
Magnetoencephalography: From SQUIDs to neuroscience. Neuroimage 20th anniversary special edition. Wikidata
MEG : an introduction to methods National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
MEG, c2010: Library of Congress/NACO
Motor cortex involvement during verbal versus non-verbal lip and tongue movements. Wikidata
Multivariate analysis of correlation between electrophysiological and hemodynamic responses during cognitive processing Wikidata
Parafoveal-on-foveal and foveal word priming are different processes: Behavioral and neurophysiological evidence Wikidata
Parametric Merging of MEG and fMRI Reveals Spatiotemporal Differences in Cortical Processing of Spoken Words and Environmental Sounds in Background Noise Wikidata
Phase coupling in a cerebro-cerebellar network at 8-13 Hz during reading. Wikidata
Single word reading in developmental stutterers and fluent speakers. Wikidata

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