Altered visual feedback modulates cortical excitability in a mirror-box-like paradigm

Senna I, Russo C, Parise C, Ferrario I, Bolognini N (2015)
Experimental Brain Reaserch 233(6): 1921-1929.

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Senna I, Russo C, Parise C, Ferrario I, Bolognini N. Altered visual feedback modulates cortical excitability in a mirror-box-like paradigm. Experimental Brain Reaserch. 2015;233(6):1921-1929.
Senna, I., Russo, C., Parise, C., Ferrario, I., & Bolognini, N. (2015). Altered visual feedback modulates cortical excitability in a mirror-box-like paradigm. Experimental Brain Reaserch, 233(6), 1921-1929.
Senna, I., Russo, C., Parise, C., Ferrario, I., and Bolognini, N. (2015). Altered visual feedback modulates cortical excitability in a mirror-box-like paradigm. Experimental Brain Reaserch 233, 1921-1929.
Senna, I., et al., 2015. Altered visual feedback modulates cortical excitability in a mirror-box-like paradigm. Experimental Brain Reaserch, 233(6), p 1921-1929.
I. Senna, et al., “Altered visual feedback modulates cortical excitability in a mirror-box-like paradigm”, Experimental Brain Reaserch, vol. 233, 2015, pp. 1921-1929.
Senna, I., Russo, C., Parise, C., Ferrario, I., Bolognini, N.: Altered visual feedback modulates cortical excitability in a mirror-box-like paradigm. Experimental Brain Reaserch. 233, 1921-1929 (2015).
Senna, Irene, Russo, Cristina, Parise, Cesare, Ferrario, Irene, and Bolognini, Nadia. “Altered visual feedback modulates cortical excitability in a mirror-box-like paradigm”. Experimental Brain Reaserch 233.6 (2015): 1921-1929.
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