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The entire contents of the Neurology & Clinical Neurophysiology are copyrighted by The MIT Press, as is each individual article. Users are licensed to use journal articles in a variety of ways, limited only as required to insure fair attribution to authors and the journal, and to prohibit use in a competing commercial product.

Readers of the Neurology & Clinical Neurophysiology may print or download articles from the journal's website. The contents and abstracts of the journal are available for perusing in order to allow readers to sample the material. All copies that you make of an article or an article fragment (not including purely temporary copies that constitute intermediate steps in processing articles for display or other purposes) must preserve the author's name, title, journal, publisher, and copyright statement.

In addition, library facilities are permitted to share hard or electronic copies derived directly or indirectly from the electronic edition of the publications for the purpose of inter-library loan with the same limitations that apply to paper copies for that purpose made from the print edition of the journals. Specifically, copies must be made in compliance with Section 108 of the Copyright Act of 1976 and with guidelines developed by the National Commission on New Technological Uses of Copyrighted Works (CONTU Guidelines), the text of which is available as part of U.S. Copyright Office Circular 21.

Uses beyond those described above require permission of the publisher. Address inquiries to the Subsidiary Rights Manager, MIT Press Journals; (617) 253-2864; .

Janet Fisher
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