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A mixed modality paradigm for recording somatosensory and auditory P50 gating

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A mixed modality paradigm for recording somatosensory and auditory P50 gating. / Arnfred, S M; He, Chen; Eder, D N; Glenthøj, B Y; Hemmingsen, R P.

I: Psychiatry Research, Bind 105, Nr. 1-2, 15.12.2001, s. 79-86.

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Arnfred, SM, He, C, Eder, DN, Glenthøj, BY & Hemmingsen, RP 2001, 'A mixed modality paradigm for recording somatosensory and auditory P50 gating', Psychiatry Research, bind 105, nr. 1-2, s. 79-86.

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Arnfred, S. M., He, C., Eder, D. N., Glenthøj, B. Y., & Hemmingsen, R. P. (2001). A mixed modality paradigm for recording somatosensory and auditory P50 gating. Psychiatry Research, 105(1-2), 79-86.

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Arnfred SM, He C, Eder DN, Glenthøj BY, Hemmingsen RP. A mixed modality paradigm for recording somatosensory and auditory P50 gating. Psychiatry Research. 2001 dec 15;105(1-2):79-86.

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Arnfred, S M ; He, Chen ; Eder, D N ; Glenthøj, B Y ; Hemmingsen, R P. / A mixed modality paradigm for recording somatosensory and auditory P50 gating. I: Psychiatry Research. 2001 ; Bind 105, Nr. 1-2. s. 79-86.

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