Pubblicato da A. Venneri, R. Pentore, B. Cotticelli, S. Della Sala (Dipartimento di psicologia, Università di Aberdeen, UK; Divisione di neurologia, ospedale regionale, Bolzano, Italia; Divisione di neuroradiologia, Ospedale Villa Verde, Reggio Emilia, Italia).
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D'. Annalena Venneri, Department of PsychoIogy, University of Aberdeen, King's College, Aberdeen, AB 24 2UB, UK;

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