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Cognitive effects of chemotherapy-induced menopause in breast cancer

Journal:
International Journal of Nursing Studies, 48, 1436-1444. (2011)
Authors:
Vearncombe, K., Rolfe, M., Andrew, B., Pachana, N.A., Wright, M., & Beadle, G.

Predictors of cognitive decline after chemotherapy in breast cancer patients

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Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 15(6), 951-962. (2009)
Authors:
Vearncombe, K., Rolfe, M., Wright, M., Pachana, N.A., Andrew, B. & Beadle, G.

Is cognitive functioning detrimentally affected after early, induced menopause in healthy women?

Journal:
Menopause, 16(1), 188-198. (2009)
Authors:
Vearncombe, Katharine & Pachana, Nancy.A.

FOXP2 gene and language development: the molecular substrate of the gestural-origin theory of speech?

Journal:
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience
Authors:
Vicario C.M.

FOXP2 gene and language development: the molecular substrate of the gestural-origin theory of speech?

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Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 2013; 7: 99.
Authors:
Vicario C.M.

Altered insula response to sweet taste processing in recovered anorexia and bulimia nervosa: disgust sensitity?

Journal:
The American Journal of Psychiatry. (2013)
Authors:
Vicario C.M.

Cognitively controlled timing and executive functions develop in parallel? A glimpse on childhood research.

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Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 2013, 7:146.
Authors:
Vicario C.M.

Uncovering the neurochemistry of reward and aversiveness

Journal:
Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience (2013)
Authors:
Vicario C.M.

Speech prosody, reward and corticobulbar system: an integrative perspective

Journal:
Behavioral and Brain Science (2013)
Authors:
Vicario C.M.
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