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1. Pulvermüller F, Garagnani M (2014) From sensorimotor learning to memory cells in prefrontal and temporal association cortex: a neurocomputational study of disembodiment. Cortex, 57:1-21
    [NBArticle #46790]
2. Mutha PK, Stapp LH, Sainburg RL, Haaland KY (2014) Frontal and parietal cortex contributions to action modification. Cortex, 57:38-50
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3. Convento S, Bolognini N, Fusaro M, Lollo F, Vallar G (2014) Neuromodulation of parietal and motor activity affects motor planning and execution. Cortex, 57:51-59
    [NBArticle #46792]
4. Meier B, Cock J (2014) Offline consolidation in implicit sequence learning. Cortex, 57:156-166
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5. Tran US, Stieger S, Voracek M (2014b) Latent variable analysis indicates that seasonal anisotropy accounts for the higher prevalence of left-handedness in men. Cortex, 57:188-197
    [NBArticle #46794]
6. Goldenberg G (2014) Apraxia – the cognitive side of motor control. Cortex, 57:270-274
    [NBArticle #46795] [CitedBy 1]
7. Heilman KM (2014) There is more than imitation. Cortex, 57:275-276
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8. Tessari A, Cubelli R (2014) Route selection in action imitation: a matter of strategic choice? Cortex, 57:277-278
    [NBArticle #46797]
9. Rumiati RI (2014) One or two things i know about apraxia. Cortex, 57:279-280
    [NBArticle #46798]
10. Osiurak F (2014) Tool use and manual actions: the human body as a means versus an end. Cortex, 57:281-282
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11. Ietswaart M, Evans C (2014) In search for the core of apraxia. Cortex, 57:283-285
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12. Buxbaum LJ (2014) Moving the gesture engram into the 21st century. Cortex, 57:286-289
    [NBArticle #46801]
13. Schenk T (2014) Apraxia and the representation of knowledge: where is the boundary between the cognitive and the motor domain? Cortex, 57:290-291
    [NBArticle #46802]
14. Hermsdörfer J (2014) Role of manipulation knowledge in routine tool use. Cortex, 57:292-293
    [NBArticle #46803]
15. Vingerhoets G (2014b) Praxis, language, and handedness: a tricky triad. Cortex, 57:294-296
    [NBArticle #46804]
16. Bartolo A, Cubelli R (2014) The cognitive models of limb apraxia and the specific properties of meaningful gestures. Cortex, 57:297-298
    [NBArticle #46805]
17. Mutha PK, Haaland KY (2014) Cognitive aspects of motor control. Cortex, 57:299-300
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18. Sunderland A (2014) High and low or dorsal and ventral? Cortex, 57:301-302
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19. Eling P (2014) Apraxia: a conceptual meta-analysis. Cortex, 57:303-305
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20. Goldenberg G (2014) Apraxia – agreements and controversies. Cortex, 57:306-308
    [NBArticle #46809]