The functional architecture of the human body: assessing body representation by sorting body parts and activities

Bläsing B, Schack T, Brugger P (2010)
EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH 203(1): 119-129.

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Body representation and the use of (phantom) body parts
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Bläsing B, Schack T, Brugger P. The functional architecture of the human body: assessing body representation by sorting body parts and activities. EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH. 2010;203(1):119-129.
Bläsing, B., Schack, T., & Brugger, P. (2010). The functional architecture of the human body: assessing body representation by sorting body parts and activities. EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH, 203(1), 119-129. doi:10.1007/s00221-010-2216-4
Bläsing, B., Schack, T., and Brugger, P. (2010). The functional architecture of the human body: assessing body representation by sorting body parts and activities. EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH 203, 119-129.
Bläsing, B., Schack, T., & Brugger, P., 2010. The functional architecture of the human body: assessing body representation by sorting body parts and activities. EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH, 203(1), p 119-129.
B. Bläsing, T. Schack, and P. Brugger, “The functional architecture of the human body: assessing body representation by sorting body parts and activities”, EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH, vol. 203, 2010, pp. 119-129.
Bläsing, B., Schack, T., Brugger, P.: The functional architecture of the human body: assessing body representation by sorting body parts and activities. EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH. 203, 119-129 (2010).
Bläsing, Bettina, Schack, Thomas, and Brugger, Peter. “The functional architecture of the human body: assessing body representation by sorting body parts and activities”. EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH 203.1 (2010): 119-129.

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