Resting state morphology predicts the effect of theta burst stimulation in false belief reasoning

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Anonymized meta-data for the article, "Resting state morphology predicts the effect of theta burst stimulation in false belief reasoning: ventrolateral prefrontal cortex in false belief reasoning".

Funding: Economic and Social Research Council (ES/G01258X/1)
Date made available20 May 2016
Date of data production2011 -
Geographical coverageWest Midlands, United Kingdom

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Resting state morphology predicts the effect of theta burst stimulation in false belief reasoning: ventrolateral prefrontal cortex in false belief reasoning

Hartwright, C. E., Hardwick, R. M., Apperly, I. A. & Hansen, P. C., Oct 2016, In : Human Brain Mapping. 37, 10, p. 3502-3514 13 p.

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    Hartwright, C. (Creator), Apperly, I. A. (Contributor), Hansen, P. C. (Contributor) (20 May 2016). Resting state morphology predicts the effect of theta burst stimulation in false belief reasoning10.17036/15b1bed4-c4c6-4abb-ae90-be7397eac43a