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Author Index

Abad, N., see Darkazalli, A. (3) 433–441

Abdel-Haleem, A., see Khedr, E.M. (6) 897–905

Abdellaoui, M., see Palm, U. (2) 189–199

Abe, K., see Kawakami, M. (5) 789–797

Aceto, M.G., see Spina, E. (5) 869–876

Acosta, S., see Song, S. (3) 415–431

Aglioti, S.M., see Fusco, G. (5) 815–826

Al-Ani, T., see Palm, U. (2) 189–199

Ali, A.M., see Khedr, E.M. (6) 897–905

Allen, R.S., I. Sayeed, Y. Oumarbaeva, K.C. Morrison, P.H. Choi, M.T. Pardue and D.G. Stein, Progesterone treatment shows greater protection in brain vs. retina in a rat model of middle cerebral artery occlusion: Progesterone receptor levels may play an important role (6) 947–963

Alonso-Alonso, M., see Bashir, S. (4) 677–689

Alsop, D.C., see Zheng, X. (4) 519–530

Altenmüller, E., see van Vugt, F.T. (2) 297–311

Altenmüller, E.O., see Cheng, F.P.-H. (1) 55–65

Alves, J., see Paiva, S. (1) 139–152

Amedi, A., see Buchs, G. (1) 97–105

Anghel, A., see Elena Sandu, R. (3) 401–414

Anghinah, R., see Simis, M. (1) 45–54

Arace, F., see Spina, E. (5) 869–876

Arcolin, I., F. Pisano, C. Delconte, M. Godi, M. Schieppati, A. Mezzani, D. Picco, M. Grasso and A. Nardone, Intensive cycle ergometer training improves gait speed and endurance in patients with Parkinson’s disease: A comparison with treadmill training (1) 125–138

Arcolin, I., F. Pisano, C. Delconte, M. Godi, M. Schieppati, A. Mezzani, D. Picco, M. Grasso and A. Nardone, Reply to Commentary by Miguel Fernández-del-Olmo on “Intensive cycle ergometer training improves gait speed and endurance in patients with Parkinson’s disease: A comparison with treadmill training” by Arcolin et al., 2016 (5) 693–695

Aschenbach, J., see Platz, T. (2) 271–285

Ayache, S.S., see Palm, U. (2) 189–199

Backhaus, W., S. Kempe and F.C. Hummel, The effect of sleep on motor learning in the aging and stroke population – a systematic review (1) 153–164

Badet, L., see Huchon, L. (4) 615–633

Badran, B., see Kalaani, J. (6) 877–895

Badry, R., see Khedr, E.M. (6) 897–905

Balan, O., see Kristjánsson, Á. (5) 769–787

Barone, N., see Fusco, G. (5) 815–826

Bashir, S., M. Vernet, U. Najib, J. Perez, M. Alonso-Alonso, M. Knobel, W.-K. Yoo, D. Edwards and A. Pascual-Leone, Enhanced motor function and its neurophysiological correlates after navigated low-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation over the contralesional motor cortex in stroke (4) 677–689

Bates, K.A., E.S. Drummond, G.S. Cozens and A.R. Harvey, Vascular insufficiency, not inflammation, contributes to chronic gliosis in a rat CNS transplantation model (2) 313–323

Battaglini, L., see Maniglia, M. (5) 697–720

Battistella, L.R., see Simis, M. (1) 45–54

Bauer, H., see Mammele, S. (4) 665–675

Beaulé, V., see Tremblay, S. (4) 587–602

Becker, K.G., see Lee, C.-T. (6) 965–976

Benowitz, L., see Moore, T.L., (5) 827–848

Bernardon, L., see Huchon, L. (4) 615–633

Boehme, A.K., see Schambra, H.M. (5) 799–813

Boeshore, K.L., see Lee, C.-T. (6) 965–976

Bolognini, N., C. Russo and D.J. Edwards, The sensory side of post-stroke motor rehabilitation (4) 571–586

Bonilha, L., see Gleichgerrch, E. (1) 19–28

Borich, M.R., see Jones, P.W. (5) 733–746

Borlongan, C., see Song, S. (3) 415–431

Bostrom, C., see Yau, S.-Y. (5) 849–857

Bouyer, L.J., see Roosink, M. (2) 227–235

Bowley, B., see Moore, T.L., (5) 827–848

Boyd, L.A., see Jones, P.W. (5) 733–746

Brown, D.J., see Proulx, M.J. (1) 29–44

Buchs, G., S. Maidenbaum, S. Levy-Tzedek and A. Amedi, Integration and binding in rehabilitative sensory substitution: Increasing resolution using a new Zooming-in approach (1) 97–105

Büsching, I., see Liepert, J. (6) 907–914

Byhahn, M., see Werner, C. (4) 561–569

Cai, Z., see Guo, Y. (2) 177–187

Carlo, B., see Fusco, A. (2) 247–256

Carotenuto, A., see Spina, E. (5) 869–876

Casco, C., see Maniglia, M. (5) 697–720

Caudle, K.L., X.-C.M. Lu, A. Mountney, D.A. Shear and F.C. Tortella, Neuroprotection and anti-seizure effects of levetiracetam in a rat model of penetrating ballistic-like brain injury (2) 257–270

Cerillo, I., see Spina, E. (5) 869–876

Chalah, M.A., see Palm, U. (2) 189–199

Chan, V.S.-F., see Leung, J.W.-H. (3) 443–453

Chang, W.H., K.E. Uhm, Y.-I. Shin, A. Pascual-Leone and Y.-H. Kim, Factors influencing the response to high-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in patients with subacute stroke (5) 747–755

Chang, W.H., see Kim, J.Y. (3) 379–387

Chang, W.H., see Kwon, T.G. (6) 915–923

Chang, W.H., see Lee, M. (4) 635–645

Chen, T., Y. Yu, C. Hu and M. Schachner, L1.2, the zebrafish paralog of L1.1 and ortholog of the mammalian cell adhesion molecule L1 contributes to spinal cord regeneration in adult zebrafish (2) 325–335

Chen, Z., see Yang, L. (4) 647–663

Cheng, F.P.-H., M.-L. Eddy, M.H. Ruiz, M. Großbach and E.O. Altenmüller, Sensory feedback – Dependent neural de-orchestration: The effect of altered sensory feedback on Musician’s Dystonia (1) 55–65

Chiara, G.M., see Fusco, A. (2) 247–256

Cho, W.-J., see Han, J.-Y. (3) 367–377

Choi, B.T., see Lee, H.I. (2) 201–214

Choi, D.-H., see Kim, B.-R. (6) 925–934

Choi, P.H., see Allen, R.S. (6) 947–963

Choi, Y.-H., J. Ku, H. Lim, Y.H. Kim and N.-J. Paik, Mobile game-based virtual reality rehabilitation program for upper limb dysfunction after ischemic stroke (3) 455–463

Christie, B.R., see Yau, S.-Y. (5) 849–857

Chun, Y.I., see Kim, B.-R. (6) 925–934

Ciobanu, O., see Elena Sandu, R. (3) 401–414

Clara, C., D. Elisa, P. Luisa, S. Giovanni and B. Luca, Hyper-vision of mirror symmetry in patients with macular degeneration reflects parafoveal cortical reorganization (1) 67–77

Contemori, G., see Maniglia, M. (5) 697–720

Coogan, A.N., see Elena Sandu, R. (3) 401–414

Costanzo, F., C. Varuzza, S. Rossi, S. Sdoia, P. Varvara, M. Oliveri, K. Giacomo, S. Vicari and D. Menghini, Evidence for reading improvement following tDCS treatment in children and adolescents with Dyslexia (2) 215–226

Courtial, O., see Duret, C. (2) 237–245

Cozens, G.S., see Bates, K.A. (2) 313–323

Créange, A., see Palm, U. (2) 189–199

D’Mello, A.M., see Turkeltaub, P.E. (4) 491–505

Dai, W., see Zheng, X. (4) 519–530

Darkazalli, A., A.A.O. Ismail, N. Abad, S.C. Grant and C.W. Levenson, Use of human mesenchymal stem cell treatment to prevent anhedonia in a rat model of traumatic brain injury (3) 433–441

Davis, C., see Sebastian, R. (4) 473–489

de Sousa, A.A., see Proulx, M.J. (1) 29–44

Debnath, R., see Franz, E.A. (5) 721–732

Delconte, C., see Arcolin, I. (1) 125–138

Delconte, C., see Arcolin, I. (5) 693–695

Dell’Erba, S., see Proulx, M.J. (1) 29–44

Diederich, K., see Mammele, S. (4) 665–675

Dimitri, D., see Palm, U. (2) 189–199

Domenica, T., see Fusco, A. (2) 247–256

Doruk, D., see Simis, M. (1) 45–54

Doyon, J., see Tremblay, S. (4) 587–602

Drummond, E.S., see Bates, K.A. (2) 313–323

Dubljanin-Raspopović, E., see Ilić, N.V., (6) 935–945

Duret, C., O. Courtial and A.G. Grosmaire, Kinematic measures for upper limb motor assessment during robot-mediated training in patients with severe sub-acute stroke (2) 237–245

Duttenhoefer, W., see Schmalfuß, L. (1) 79–95

Eck, U., see Schmalfuß, L. (1) 79–95

Eddy, M.-L., see Cheng, F.P.-H. (1) 55–65

Edwards, D., see Bashir, S. (4) 677–689

Edwards, D.J., see Bolognini, N. (4) 571–586

Elena Sandu, R., A. Uzoni, O. Ciobanu, M. Moldovan, A. Anghel, E. Radu, A.N. Coogan and A. Popa-Wagner, Post-stroke gaseous hypothermia increases vascular density but not neurogenesis in the ischemic penumbra of aged rats (3) 401–414

El-Fetoh, N.A., see Khedr, E.M. (6) 897–905

El-Hammady, D.H., see Khedr, E.M. (6) 897–905

Elisa, D., see Clara, C. (1) 67–77

Errico, S.L., see Lee, C.-T. (6) 965–976

Fallgatter, A.J., see Schecklmann, M., (2) 165–175

Faria, A.V., see Sebastian, R. (4) 473–489

Farnè, A., see Huchon, L. (4) 615–633

Fernández-del-Olmo, M., Treadmill vs Cycling in Parkinson’s disease rehabilitation: Commentary on “Intensive cycle ergometer training improves gait speed and endurance in patients with Parkinson’s disease: A comparison with treadmill training” by Arcolin et al., 2016 (5) 691–692

Finklestein, S.P., see Moore, T.L., (5) 827–848

Finos, L., see Huchon, L. (4) 615–633

Franz, E.A., Y. Fu, M. Moore, T. Winter, T. Mayne, R. Debnath and C. Stringer, Fooling the brain by mirroring the hand: Brain correlates of the perceptual capture of limb ownership (5) 721–732

Frauenknecht, K., see Mammele, S. (4) 665–675

Freed, W.J., see Lee, C.-T. (6) 965–976

Fregni, F., see Simis, M. (1) 45–54

Fridriksson, J., see Gleichgerrch, E. (1) 19–28

Fu, Y., see Franz, E.A. (5) 721–732

Fujiwara, T., see Kawakami, M. (5) 789–797

Fukushima, M., see Kanekiyo, K. (3) 347–366

Fusco, A., G.M. Chiara, I. Marco, M. Giovanni, I. Luigi, T. Domenica, S.V. Maria, P. Stefano, B. Carlo and G. Laura, The dynamic motor imagery of locomotion is task-dependent in patients with stroke (2) 247–256

Fusco, G., E. Tidoni, N. Barone, C. Pilati and S.M. Aglioti, Illusion of arm movement evoked by tendon vibration in patients with spinal cord injury (5) 815–826

Gaillard, A., see Kalaani, J. (6) 877–895

Gazarian, A., see Huchon, L. (4) 615–633

Gervits, F., see Shah-Basak, P.P. (4) 537–558

Ghandour, A.M., see Khedr, E.M. (6) 897–905

Giacomo, K., see Costanzo, F. (2) 215–226

Giani, A., see Schecklmann, M., (2) 165–175

Giovanni, M., see Fusco, A. (2) 247–256

Giovanni, S., see Clara, C. (1) 67–77

Gleichgerrch, E., M. Kocher, T. Nesland, C. Rorden, J. Fridriksson and L. Bonilha, Preservation of structural brain network hubs is associated with less severe post-stroke aphasia (1) 19–28

Godi, M., see Arcolin, I. (1) 125–138

Godi, M., see Arcolin, I. (5) 693–695

Gore, A.C., see Palmateer, J. (2) 287–295

Gram, M.G., E. Wogensen, G. Wörtwein, J. Mogensen and H. Malá, Delayed restraint procedure enhances cognitive recovery of spatial function after fimbria-fornix transection (1) 1–17

Grant, S.C., see Darkazalli, A. (3) 433–441

Grasso, M., see Arcolin, I. (1) 125–138

Grasso, M., see Arcolin, I. (5) 693–695

Grimm, C., see Mammele, S. (4) 665–675

Grosmaire, A.G., see Duret, C. (2) 237–245

Großbach, M., see Cheng, F.P.-H. (1) 55–65

Großmann, W., see Schecklmann, M. (2) 165–175

Guo, Y., Y. He, B. Tang, K. Ma, Z. Cai, S. Zeng, Y. Zhang and X. Jiang, Effect of using fluoxetine at different time windows on neurological functional prognosis after ischemic stroke (2) 177–187

Gwinnutt, J., see Proulx, M.J. (1) 29–44

Haggard, P., see Pazzaglia, M. (4) 603–613

Hamade, E., see Kalaani, J. (6) 877–895

Hamilton, R., see Shah-Basak, P.P. (4) 537–558

Hamilton, R.H., Neuroplasticity in the language system: Reorganization in post-stroke aphasia and in neuromodulation interventions (4) 467–471

Han, J.-Y., J.-K. Kim, J.-H. Kim, B.-S. Oh, W.-J. Cho, Y.D. Jung and S.-G. Lee, Neurorestorative effects of epigallocatechin-3-Gallate on cognitive function in a chronic cerebral hypoperfusion rat model (3) 367–377

Han, S.W., see Koo, H. (5) 859–868

Harvey, A.R., see Bates, K.A. (2) 313–323

He, Y., see Guo, Y. (2) 177–187

Heiss, W.-D., Imaging effects related to language improvements by rTMS (4) 531–536

Herrmann, M.J., see Schecklmann, M., (2) 165–175

Hesse, S., see Werner, C. (4) 561–569

Hewitt, M., see Schmalfuß, L. (1) 79–95

Hillis, A.E., see Sebastian, R. (4) 473–489

Honaga, K., see Kawakami, M. (5) 789–797

Hu, C., see Chen, T. (2) 325–335

Huchon, L., L. Badet, A.C. Roy, L. Finos, A. Gazarian, P. Revol, L. Bernardon, Y. Rossetti, E. Morelon, G. Rode and A. Farnè, Grasping objects by former amputees: The visuo-motor control of allografted hands (4) 615–633

Hummel, F.C., see Backhaus, W. (1) 153–164

Hurn, P.D., see Palmateer, J. (2) 287–295

Ide, C., see Kanekiyo, K. (3) 347–366

Ilić, N.V., E. Dubljanin-Raspopović, U. Nedeljković, S. Tomanović-Vujadinović, S.D. Milanović, I. Petronić-Marković and T.V. Ilić, Effects of anodal tDCS and occupational therapy on fine motor skill deficits in patients with chronic stroke (6) 935–945

Ilić, T.V., see Ilić, N.V., (6) 935–945

Im, C.-H., see Lee, M. (4) 635–645

Imamura, M., see Simis, M. (1) 45–54

Iodice, R., see Spina, E. (5) 869–876

Ismail, A.A.O., see Darkazalli, A. (3) 433–441

Jaber, M., see Kalaani, J. (6) 877–895

Jackson, P.L., see Roosink, M. (2) 227–235

Jafari, Z. and S. Malayeri, Subcortical encoding of speech cues in children with congenital blindness (5) 757–768

Jarso, S., see Sebastian, R. (4) 473–489

Jiang, X., see Guo, Y. (2) 177–187

Jóhannesson, Ó.I., see Kristjánsson, Á. (5) 769–787

Jones, P.W., M.R. Borich, I. Vavsour, A. Mackay and L.A. Boyd, Cortical thickness and metabolite concentration in chronic stroke and the relationship with motor function (5) 733–746

Jones, T.A., see Palmateer, J. (2) 287–295

Jung, Y.D., see Han, J.-Y. (3) 367–377

Kafczyk, T., see van Vugt, F.T. (2) 297–311

Kalaani, J., J. Roche, E. Hamade, B. Badran, M. Jaber, A. Gaillard and L. Prestoz, Axon guidance molecule expression after cell therapy in a mouse model of Parkinson’s disease (6) 877–895

Kanekiyo, K., N. Nakano, T. Noda, Y. Yamada, Y. Suzuki, M. Ohta, A. Yokota, M. Fukushima and C. Ide, Transplantation of choroid plexus epithelial cells into contusion-injured spinal cord of rats (3) 347–366

Kang, C., see Kwon, T.G. (6) 915–923

Kawakami, M., T. Fujiwara, J. Ushiba, A. Nishimoto, K. Abe, K. Honaga, A. Nishimura, K. Mizuno, M. Kodama, Y. Masakado and M. Liu, A new therapeutic application of brain-machine interface (BMI) training followed by hybrid assistive neuromuscular dynamic stimulation (HANDS) therapy for patients with severe hemiparetic stroke: A proof of concept study (5) 789–797

Kempe, S., see Backhaus, W. (1) 153–164

Khedr, E.M., R. Badry, A.M. Ali, N.A. El-Fetoh, D.H. El-Hammady, A.M. Ghandour and A. Abdel-Haleem, Steroid/Antiviral for the treatment of Bell’s palsy: Double blind randomized clinical trial (6) 897–905

Killiany, R.J., see Moore, T.L., (5) 827–848

Kim, B.-R., H.Y. Kim, Y.I. Chun, Y.-M. Yun, H. Kim, D.-H. Choi and J. Lee, Association between genetic variation in the dopamine system and motor recovery after stroke (6) 925–934

Kim, H., see Kim, B.-R. (6) 925–934

Kim, H., see Kim, J.Y. (3) 379–387

Kim, H.-I., see Koo, H. (5) 859–868

Kim, H.Y., see Kim, B.-R. (6) 925–934

Kim, J.-H., see Han, J.-Y. (3) 367–377

Kim, J.-H., see Lee, M. (4) 635–645

Kim, J.-K., see Han, J.-Y. (3) 367–377

Kim, J.Y., W. Sun, E. Park, J. Lee, H. Kim, Y.-I. Shin, Y.-H. Kim and W.H. Chang, Day/night difference in extradural cortical stimulation for motor relearning in a subacute stroke rat model (3) 379–387

Kim, L., see Lee, M. (4) 635–645

Kim, M.S., see Koo, H. (5) 859–868

Kim, N.G., see Lee, H.I. (2) 201–214

Kim, Y.-H., see Chang, W.H. (5) 747–755

Kim, Y.H., see Choi, Y.-H. (3) 455–463

Kim, Y.-H., see Kim, J.Y. (3) 379–387

Kim, Y.-H., see Koo, H. (5) 859–868

Kim, Y.-H., see Kwon, T.G. (6) 915–923

Kim, Y.-H., see Lee, M. (4) 635–645

Klinker, F., see Schmalfuß, L. (1) 79–95

Knobel, M., see Bashir, S. (4) 677–689

Ko, S.-H., see Koo, H. (5) 859–868

Kocher, M., see Gleichgerrch, E. (1) 19–28

Kodama, M., see Kawakami, M. (5) 789–797

Kogut, A., see Schmalfuß, L. (1) 79–95

Kong, X., see Song, S. (3) 415–431

Koo, H., M.S. Kim, S.W. Han, W. Paulus, M.A. Nitche, Y.-H. Kim, H.-I. Kim, S.-H. Ko and Y.-I. Shin, After-effects of anodal transcranial direct current stimulation on the excitability of the motor cortex in rats (5) 859–868

Krishnan, C., see Washabaugh, E.P. (2) 337–346

Kristjánsson, Á., A. Moldoveanu, Ó.I. Jóhannesson, O. Balan, S. Spagnol, V.V. Valgeirsdóttir and R. Unnthorsson, Designing sensory-substitution devices: Principles, pitfalls and potential (5) 769–787

Ku, J., see Choi, Y.-H. (3) 455–463

Kuhn, W., see van Vugt, F.T. (2) 297–311

Kumar, S., see Palmateer, J. (2) 287–295

Kwon, G.-H., see Lee, M. (4) 635–645

Kwon, T.G., E. Park, C. Kang, W.H. Chang and Y.-H. Kim, The effects of combined repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation and transcranial direct current stimulation on motor function in patients with stroke (6) 915–923

Lafleur, L.-P., see Tremblay, S. (4) 587–602

Langguth, B., see Schecklmann, M., (2) 165–175

Latulipe-Loiselle, A., see Tremblay, S. (4) 587–602

Lau, B.W.-M., see Leung, J.W.-H. (3) 443–453

Lau, C.-S., see Leung, J.W.-H. (3) 443–453

Laura, G., see Fusco, A. (2) 247–256

Lazar, R.M., see Schambra, H.M. (5) 799–813

Lee, C.-T., K.L. Boeshore, C. Wu, K.G. Becker, S.L. Errico, D.C. Mash and W.J. Freed, Cocaine promotes primary human astrocyte proliferation via JNK-dependent up-regulation of cyclin A2 (6) 965–976

Lee, H.I., J.H. Park, M.Y. Park, N.G. Kim, K.-J. Park, B.T. Choi, Yang-II Shin and H.K. Shin, Pre-conditioning with transcranial low-level light therapy reduces neuroinflammation and protects blood-brain barrier after focal cerebral ischemia in mice (2) 201–214

Lee, J., see Kim, B.-R. (6) 925–934

Lee, J., see Kim, J.Y. (3) 379–387

Lee, M., C.-h. Park, C.-H. Im, J.-H. Kim, G.-H. Kwon, L. Kim, W.H. Chang and Y.-H. Kim, Motor imagery learning across a sequence of trials in stroke patients (4) 635–645

Lee, S.-G., see Han, J.-Y. (3) 367–377

Lee, T.M.C., see Yau, S.-Y. (5) 849–857

Lefaucheur, J.-P., see Palm, U. (2) 189–199

Lenggenhager, B., see Pazzaglia, M. (4) 603–613

Leone, A.P., see Morris, T. (6) 977–988

Leung, J.W.-H., B.W.-M. Lau, V.S.-F. Chan, C.-S. Lau and K.-F. So, Abnormal increase of neuronal precursor cells and exacerbated neuroinflammation in the corpus callosum in murine model of systemic lupus erythematosus (3) 443–453

Levenson, C.W., see Darkazalli, A. (3) 433–441

Levy-Tzedek, S., see Buchs, G. (1) 97–105

Levy-Tzedek, S., see Proulx, M.J. (1) 29–44

Li, Y., see Walker, C.L. (3) 389–400

Li. A., see Yau, S.-Y. (5) 849–857

Liebetanz, D., see Schmalfuß, L. (1) 79–95

Liepert, J., I. Büsching, A. Sehle and M.A. Schoenfeld, Mental chronometry and mental rotation abilities in stroke patients with different degrees of sensory deficit (6) 907–914

Lim, H., see Choi, Y.-H. (3) 455–463

Lindquist, M., see Sebastian, R. (4) 473–489

Liu, M., see Kawakami, M. (5) 789–797

Liu, N.-K., see Walker, C.L. (3) 389–400

Liu, Y., see Walker, C.L. (3) 389–400

Long, C., see Sebastian, R. (4) 473–489

Lotze, M., see Platz, T. (2) 271–285

Lu, X.-C.M., see Caudle, K.L. (2) 257–270

Luca, B., see Clara, C. (1) 67–77

Luigi, I., see Fusco, A. (2) 247–256

Luisa, P., see Clara, C. (1) 67–77

Ma, K., see Guo, Y. (2) 177–187

Mackay, A., see Jones, P.W. (5) 733–746

Magalhães, R., see Paiva, S. (1) 139–152

Maidenbaum, S., see Buchs, G. (1) 97–105

Malá, H., see Gram, M.G. (1) 1–17

Malayeri, S., see Jafari, Z. (5) 757–768

Mammele, S., K. Frauenknecht, S. Sevimli, K. Diederich, H. Bauer, C. Grimm, J. Minnerup, W.-R. Schäbitz and C.J. Sommer, Prevention of an increase in cortical ligand binding to AMPA receptors may represent a novel mechanism of endogenous brain protection by G-CSF after ischemic stroke (4) 665–675

Maniglia, M., A. Pavan, G. Sato, G. Contemori, S. Montemurro, L. Battaglini and C. Casco, Perceptual learning leads to long lasting visual improvement in patients with central vision loss (5) 697–720

Marco, I., see Fusco, A. (2) 247–256

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