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The nature of abnormal language processing in euthymic bipolar I disorder: evidence for a relationship between task demand and prefrontal function
Version of Record online: 1 JUN 2007
Volume 9, Issue 4, pages 358–369, June 2007
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Curtis, V. A., Thompson, J. M., Seal, M. L., Monks, P. J., Lloyd, A. J., Harrison, L., Brammer, M. J., Williams, S. C., Murray, R. M., Young, A. H. and Nicol Ferrier, I. (2007), The nature of abnormal language processing in euthymic bipolar I disorder: evidence for a relationship between task demand and prefrontal function. Bipolar Disorders, 9: 358–369. doi: 10.1111/j.1399-5618.2007.00422.x
- Issue online: 1 JUN 2007
- Version of Record online: 1 JUN 2007
- Received 28 September 2005, revised and accepted for publication 7 September 2006
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