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Ideagraphy was a term introduced by Ingvar et al (1977) to signify medical imaging studies of the activation of the human brain by stimulation that is ideational in character and unconnected to either sensory stimulation or motor responses.[1]

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  1. Beaumont J.G., Kenealy, P.M. & Rogers, M.J.C. (1999). The Blackwell Dictionary of Neuropsychology. Oxford:Blackwell

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