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Task-specificity in focal dystonia is shaped by aberrant diversity of a functional network kernel.
The laryngeal motor cortex: its organization and connectivity.
Human cortical motor representation of the larynx as assessed by transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS).
Functional but not structural networks of the human laryngeal motor cortex show left hemispheric lateralization during syllable but not breathing production.
Dopamine drives left-hemispheric lateralization of neural networks during human speech.
Laryngeal motor cortex and control of speech in humans.
Sensory stimulation activates both motor and sensory components of the swallowing system.
Structural Organization of the Laryngeal Motor Cortical Network and Its Implication for Evolution of Speech Production.