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Neural mechanisms underlying the facilitation of naming in aphasia using a semantic task: an fMRI study

Shiree Heath*, Katie L McMahon, Lyndsey Nickels, Anthony Angwin, Anna D MacDonald, Sophia van Hees, Kori Johnson, Eril McKinnon and David A Copland

BMC Neuroscience 2012, 13:98  doi:10.1186/1471-2202-13-98

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Shiree Heath   (2013-05-28 16:19)  University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research email

It has come to the authors' attention that several entries have been inadvertently omitted from Table 2 'Behavioral results for participants with aphasia' during the formatting procedures for online publication. Column 3 'P03' should contain the following CAT results:

- naming = 49*
- fluency = 16
- reading = 59*
- spoken picture description = 19*

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