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Brain Language Network and Lateralization Using for Spoken and Written Korean Words in Normal Adults: A Functional MRI Study.
Kim, Yun Hee , Kim, Seong Yong , Lee, Jung Chung , Kim, Hyoung Ihl , Hong, In Ki , Parrish, Todd B , Seo, Jeong Hwan , Kim, Hyun Gi
Ann Rehabil Med. 2000;24(4):594-602.

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