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What is said or how it is said makes a difference: role of the right fronto-parietal operculum in emotional prosody as revealed by repetitive TMS

(2005) EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE. 21(11). p.3195-3200
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VAN RIJN, S, A ALEMAN, E VAN DIESSEN, Celine Berckmoes, Guy Vingerhoets, and RS KAHN. 2005. “What Is Said or How It Is Said Makes a Difference: Role of the Right Fronto-parietal Operculum in Emotional Prosody as Revealed by Repetitive TMS.” European Journal of Neuroscience 21 (11): 3195–3200.
APA
VAN RIJN, S., ALEMAN, A., VAN DIESSEN, E., Berckmoes, C., Vingerhoets, G., & KAHN, R. (2005). What is said or how it is said makes a difference: role of the right fronto-parietal operculum in emotional prosody as revealed by repetitive TMS. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE, 21(11), 3195–3200.
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VAN RIJN S, ALEMAN A, VAN DIESSEN E, Berckmoes C, Vingerhoets G, KAHN R. What is said or how it is said makes a difference: role of the right fronto-parietal operculum in emotional prosody as revealed by repetitive TMS. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE. BLACKWELL PUBLISHING; 2005;21(11):3195–200.
MLA
VAN RIJN, S, A ALEMAN, E VAN DIESSEN, et al. “What Is Said or How It Is Said Makes a Difference: Role of the Right Fronto-parietal Operculum in Emotional Prosody as Revealed by Repetitive TMS.” EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 21.11 (2005): 3195–3200. Print.
@article{350292,
  author       = {VAN RIJN, S and ALEMAN, A and VAN DIESSEN, E and Berckmoes, Celine and Vingerhoets, Guy and KAHN, RS},
  issn         = {0953-816X},
  journal      = {EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {11},
  pages        = {3195--3200},
  publisher    = {BLACKWELL PUBLISHING},
  title        = {What is said or how it is said makes a difference: role of the right fronto-parietal operculum in emotional prosody as revealed by repetitive TMS},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/1854/3306},
  volume       = {21},
  year         = {2005},
}

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