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  • Cooperation of different neuronal systems during hand sign recognition. 

    Nakamura, A; Maess, B; Knösche, TR; Gunter, TC; Bach, P; Friederici, AD (United States, 2004-09)
    Hand signs with symbolic meaning can often be utilized more successfully than words to communicate an intention; however, the underlying brain mechanisms are undefined. The present study using magnetoencephalography (MEG) ...
  • GABA-mediated changes in inter-hemispheric beta frequency activity in early-stage Parkinson's disease. 

    Hall, SD; Prokic, EJ; McAllister, CJ; Ronnqvist, KC; Williams, AC; Yamawaki, N; Witton, C; Woodhall, GL; Stanford, IM (United States, 2014-12-05)
    In Parkinson's disease (PD), elevated beta (15-35Hz) power in subcortical motor networks is widely believed to promote aspects of PD symptomatology, moreover, a reduction in beta power and coherence accompanies symptomatic ...

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