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No differential attentional blink in dyslexia after controlling for baseline sensitivity 38 38 0
Assessment of cerebral lateralization in children using functional transcranial Doppler ultrasound (fTCD) 38 37 0
Using functional transcranial Doppler ultrasonography to assess language lateralisation : influence of task and difficulty level 31 29 0
Lateralised visual attention is unrelated to language lateralisation, and not influenced by task difficulty – a functional transcranial Doppler study 43 43 0
dopOSCCI : a functional transcranial Doppler ultrasonography summary suite for the assessment of cerebral lateralization of cognitive function 55 54 0
Where were those rabbits? A New paradigm to determine cerebral lateralisation of visuospatial memory function in children 37 36 0
Co-localisation of abnormal brain structure and function in specific language impairment 101 94 0
Dyslexia and practice in the attentional blink : evidence of slower task learning in dyslexia 32 28 0
Speed of processing, time and interference in the attentional blink : application to children 30 28 0
Does cerebral lateralization develop? A study using functional transcranial Doppler ultrasound assessing lateralization for language production and visuospatial memory 22 16 3
Validation of the Emotiv EPOC® EEG gaming system for measuring research quality auditory ERPs 40 36 4
Associations between handedness and cerebral lateralisation for language : a comparison of three measures in children 29 20 2
The Role of preparation time in the attentional blink 26 23 2
Cerebrovascular function and cognition in childhood : a systematic review of transcranial doppler studies 3 3 0
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