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Geyer et al.(2000) NeuroImage Part 3: Dr. Stephen I. Helms Tillery Sensorimotor Neurophysiology of Active Sensing: Cerebral Cortex
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SI Helms Tillery, Somatosensory 4 Kaas, 1983
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6 Jain, Catania, & Kaas, 1998
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