Laterality of Motor Control and Induced Gamma-Band Activity During Voluntary Movement: A Clinical Perspective of an Inexpensive Paper-and-Pencil Bimanual Simultaneous Drawing Test

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Derakhshan is doing Private Practice-Neurology, Charleston, WV.

Address author correspondence to Iraj Derakhshan at idneuro@hotmail.com.
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