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Methylphenidate-induced blood flow in human subjects correlates with T2-relaxation time in the cerebellar vermis lobule VIIIB at baseline & subjective “Desire For Drug”

Anderson, CM, Silveri, MM, Teicher, MH, Lukas, SE, Renshaw, PF, Kaufman, MJ. Methylphenidate-induced blood flow in human subjects correlates with T2-relaxation time in the cerebellar vermis lobule VIIIB at baseline & subjective “Desire For Drug”. Society for Neuroscience. 2003.


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