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1. Mentschel C, Liepert J, Peinemann A, Rossmeier C, Conrad B, Siebner HR (2000) Biphasic transcranial magnetic stimuli induce a more pronounced paired-pulse facilitation than monophasic magnetic stimuli. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111:S25
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2. Meister IG, Sparing R, Boroojerdi B, Foltys H, Töpper R (2000) The influence of high-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) on motor cortex excitability. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111:S114
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3. Furubayashi T, Ugawa Y, Terao Y, Hanajima R, Sakai KH, Machii K, Mochizuki H, Shiio Y, Uesugi H, Enomoto H, Kanazawa I (2000) The human hand motor area is transiently suppressed by an unexpected auditory stimulus. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111(1-2):178-183
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4. Muellbacher W, Hallett M (2000) Changes in motor cortex excitability during ipsilateral hand muscle activation in humans. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111:344-349
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5. Boylan LS, Sackeim HA (2000) Magnetoelectric brain stimulation in the assessment of brain physiology and pathophysiology. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111:504-512
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6. Stancák AJ (2000) Oscillatory cortical activity and movement-related potentials in proximal and distal movements. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111:636-650
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7. Eimer M (2000) Event-related potentials distinguish processing stages involved in face perception and recognition. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111:694-705
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8. Maeda F, Keenan JP, Tormos JM, Topka H, Pascual-Leone A (2000) Modulation of corticospinal excitability by repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111:800-805
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9. Maeda F, Keenan JP, Tormos JM, Topka H, Pascual-Leone A (2000) Modualtion of corticospinal excitability by repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111:800-805
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10. Wegner K, Forss N, Salenius S (2000) Characteristics of the human contra- versus ipsilateral SII cortex. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111(5):894-900
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11. Latash ML (2000) The organization of quick corrections within a two-joint synergy in conditions of unexpected blocking and release of a fast movement. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111:975-987
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12. Müllbacher W, Ziemann U, Boroojerdi B, Hallett M (2000) Effects of low frequency transcranial magnetic stimulation on motor excitability and basic motor behaviour. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111:1002-1007
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13. Hopf J, Mangun GR (2000) Shifting visual attention in space: An electrophysiological analysis using high spatial resolution mapping. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111:1241-1257
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14. Nakajima Y, Imamura N (2000) Relationships between attention effects and intensity effects on the cognitive n140 and p300 components of somatosensory erps. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111(10):1711-1718
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15. Backes WH, Mess WH, van Kranen-Mastenbroek V, Reulen JP (2000) Somatosensory cortex responses to median nerve stimulation: fMRI effects of current amplitude and selective attention. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111(10):1738-1744
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16. Entezari-Taher M, Dean AC (2000) Alteration of motor cortex excitability in response to intermittent photic stimulation. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111:1809-1812
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17. Raethjen J, Pawlas F, Lindemann M, Wenzelburger R, Deuschl G (2000) Determinants of physiologic tremor in a large normal populatio. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111:1825-1837
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18. Cantello RM, Civardi C, Cavalli A, Varrasi C, Vicentini R (2000) Effects of a photic input on the human cortico-motoneuron connection. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111(11):1981-1989
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