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PSYCHOACOUSTICAL DEFICITS RELATED TO BILATERAL SUBCORTICAL HEMORRHAGES - A CASE WITH APPERCEPTIVE AUDITORY AGNOSIA.

O GODEFROY, D LEYS, A FURBY, Jacques De Reuck, C DAEMS, P RONDEPIERRE, B DEBACHY, JF DELEUME and A DESAULTY (1995) CORTEX. 31(1). p.149-159
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CORTEX
Cortex
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31
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1
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149-159 pages
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0010-9452
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English
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A1
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192981
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  author       = {GODEFROY, O and LEYS, D and FURBY, A and De Reuck, Jacques and DAEMS, C and RONDEPIERRE, P and DEBACHY, B and DELEUME, JF and DESAULTY, A},
  issn         = {0010-9452},
  journal      = {CORTEX},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {149--159},
  title        = {PSYCHOACOUSTICAL DEFICITS RELATED TO BILATERAL SUBCORTICAL HEMORRHAGES - A CASE WITH APPERCEPTIVE AUDITORY AGNOSIA.},
  volume       = {31},
  year         = {1995},
}

Chicago
GODEFROY, O, D LEYS, A FURBY, Jacques De Reuck, C DAEMS, P RONDEPIERRE, B DEBACHY, JF DELEUME, and A DESAULTY. 1995. “Psychoacoustical Deficits Related to Bilateral Subcortical Hemorrhages - A Case with Apperceptive Auditory Agnosia.” Cortex 31 (1): 149–159.
APA
GODEFROY, O., LEYS, D., FURBY, A., De Reuck, J., DAEMS, C., RONDEPIERRE, P., DEBACHY, B., et al. (1995). PSYCHOACOUSTICAL DEFICITS RELATED TO BILATERAL SUBCORTICAL HEMORRHAGES - A CASE WITH APPERCEPTIVE AUDITORY AGNOSIA. CORTEX, 31(1), 149–159.
Vancouver
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GODEFROY O, LEYS D, FURBY A, De Reuck J, DAEMS C, RONDEPIERRE P, et al. PSYCHOACOUSTICAL DEFICITS RELATED TO BILATERAL SUBCORTICAL HEMORRHAGES - A CASE WITH APPERCEPTIVE AUDITORY AGNOSIA. CORTEX. 1995;31(1):149–59.
MLA
GODEFROY, O, D LEYS, A FURBY, et al. “Psychoacoustical Deficits Related to Bilateral Subcortical Hemorrhages - A Case with Apperceptive Auditory Agnosia.” CORTEX 31.1 (1995): 149–159. Print.