POVEDENChESKIE I MRT-IZMENENIYa U BOL'NYKh S UL'TRAVYSOKIM RISKOM RAZVITIYa ShIZOFRENII V OKULOMOTORNOY PARADIGME «GO/NO GO»

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A V Kotenev

Email: pretencer@gmail.com

S A Karelin

A Tomyshev

M V Slavutskaya

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