Distinct Cortical Networks for the Detection and Identification of Human Body

A. Hodzic, A.L. Kaas, L. Muckli, A. Stirn, W. Singer

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76 Citations (Scopus)
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBody Integrity Identity Disorder: Psychological, Neurobiological, Ethical and Legal Aspects
EditorsAglaja Stirn, Aylin Thiel, Sylvia Oddo
Place of PublicationLengerich, Germany
PublisherPabst Science Publishers
Pages211-224
ISBN (Print)978-3-89967-592-4
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2009

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Hodzic, A., Kaas, A. L., Muckli, L., Stirn, A., & Singer, W. (2009). Distinct Cortical Networks for the Detection and Identification of Human Body. In A. Stirn, A. Thiel, & S. Oddo (Eds.), Body Integrity Identity Disorder: Psychological, Neurobiological, Ethical and Legal Aspects (pp. 211-224). Pabst Science Publishers.