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Reward pathways in Parkinson's disease: clinical and theoretical implications.

Bibliographic reference Torta, Diana ; Castelli, Lorys. Reward pathways in Parkinson's disease: clinical and theoretical implications.. In: Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, Vol. 62, no.2, p. 203-213 (2008)
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