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Disconnection of speech-relevant brain areas in persistent developmental stuttering
M Sommer, MA Koch, W Paulus, C Weiller, C Büchel
The Lancet 360 (9330), 380-383, 2002
5922002
White matter asymmetry in the human brain: a diffusion tensor MRI study
C Büchel, T Raedler, M Sommer, M Sach, C Weiller, MA Koch
Cerebral cortex 14 (9), 945-951, 2004
3902004
What causes stuttering?
C Büchel, M Sommer
PLoS Biol 2 (2), e46, 2004
2752004
What causes stuttering?
C Büchel, M Sommer
PLoS biology 2 (2), e46, 2004
2752004
Half sine, monophasic and biphasic transcranial magnetic stimulation of the human motor cortex
M Sommer, A Alfaro, M Rummel, S Speck, N Lang, T Tings, W Paulus
Clinical Neurophysiology 117 (4), 838-844, 2006
2382006
Lasting influence of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on intracortical excitability in human subjects
T Wu, M Sommer, F Tergau, W Paulus
Neuroscience letters 287 (1), 37-40, 2000
2352000
Consensus: New methodologies for brain stimulation
YZ Huang, M Sommer, G Thickbroom, M Hamada, A Pascual-Leonne, ...
Brain stimulation 2 (1), 2-13, 2009
1542009
Learning in Parkinson’s disease: eyeblink conditioning, declarative learning, and procedural learning
M Sommer, J Grafman, K Clark, M Hallett
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 67 (1), 27-34, 1999
1411999
Structural connectivity of right frontal hyperactive areas scales with stuttering severity
NE Neef, A Anwander, C Bütfering, C Schmidt-Samoa, AD Friederici, ...
Brain 141 (1), 191-204, 2017
1272017
Thermal hypoaesthesia differentiates secondary restless legs syndrome associated with small fibre neuropathy from primary restless legs syndrome
CG Bachmann, R Rolke, U Scheidt, C Stadelmann, M Sommer, ...
Brain 133 (3), 762-770, 2010
1252010
Neuronal tissue polarization induced by repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation?
M Sommer, N Lang, F Tergau, W Paulus
Neuroreport 13 (6), 809-811, 2002
1222002
Comparative assessment of best conventional with best theta burst repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation protocols on human motor cortex excitability
N Zafar, W Paulus, M Sommer
Clinical Neurophysiology 119 (6), 1393-1399, 2008
1172008
Breaks during 5Hz rTMS are essential for facilitatory after effects
H Rothkegel, M Sommer, W Paulus
Clinical neurophysiology 121 (3), 426-430, 2010
1012010
Pregabalin in restless legs syndrome with and without neuropathic pain
M Sommer, CG Bachmann, KM Liebetanz, J Schindehuette, T Tings, ...
Acta neurologica scandinavica 115 (5), 347-350, 2007
1002007
Erratum to: Right-shift for non-speech motor processing in adults who stutter [Cortex, 47 (8): 945–954, 2011]
NE Neef, K Jung, H Rothkegel, B Pollok, AW von Gudenberg, W Paulus, ...
Cortex 47 (10), I-II, 2011
90*2011
Right-shift for non-speech motor processing in adults who stutter
NE Neef, K Jung, H Rothkegel, B Pollok, AW von Gudenberg, W Paulus, ...
Cortex 47 (8), 945-954, 2011
902011
Intracortical excitability in the hand motor representation in hand dystonia and blepharospasm
M Sommer, D Ruge, F Tergau, W Beuche, E Altenmüller, W Paulus
Movement disorders: official journal of the Movement Disorder Society 17 (5 …, 2002
902002
Speech dynamics are coded in the left motor cortex in fluent speakers but not in adults who stutter
NE Neef, TNL Hoang, A Neef, W Paulus, M Sommer
Brain 138 (3), 712-725, 2015
882015
Intra-and interindividual variability of motor responses to repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation
M Sommer, T Wu, F Tergau, W Paulus
Clinical neurophysiology 113 (2), 265-269, 2002
832002
Left posterior-dorsal area 44 couples with parietal areas to promote speech fluency, while right area 44 activity promotes the stopping of motor responses
NE Neef, C Bütfering, A Anwander, AD Friederici, W Paulus, M Sommer
Neuroimage 142, 628-644, 2016
802016
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