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Analysis of research methodologies for neurorehabilitation. / Gnanayutham, Paul; George, J.

Recent advances in computing and management information systems. ed. / P. Petratos; G. Marcoulides. Athens : Atiner, 2009. p. 329-353.

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Gnanayutham, P & George, J 2009, Analysis of research methodologies for neurorehabilitation. in P Petratos & G Marcoulides (eds), Recent advances in computing and management information systems. Atiner, Athens, pp. 329-353.

APA

Gnanayutham, P., & George, J. (2009). Analysis of research methodologies for neurorehabilitation. In P. Petratos, & G. Marcoulides (Eds.), Recent advances in computing and management information systems (pp. 329-353). Atiner.

Vancouver

Gnanayutham P, George J. Analysis of research methodologies for neurorehabilitation. In Petratos P, Marcoulides G, editors, Recent advances in computing and management information systems. Athens: Atiner. 2009. p. 329-353

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Gnanayutham, Paul ; George, J. / Analysis of research methodologies for neurorehabilitation. Recent advances in computing and management information systems. editor / P. Petratos ; G. Marcoulides. Athens : Atiner, 2009. pp. 329-353

Bibtex

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