Top-Down Contingent Capture by Color: Evidence from RT Distribution Analyses in a Manual Choice Reaction Task

Ansorge U, Carbone E, Horstmann G (2005)
Acta Psychologica 120(3): 243-266.

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Ansorge U, Carbone E, Horstmann G. Top-Down Contingent Capture by Color: Evidence from RT Distribution Analyses in a Manual Choice Reaction Task. Acta Psychologica. 2005;120(3):243-266.
Ansorge, U., Carbone, E., & Horstmann, G. (2005). Top-Down Contingent Capture by Color: Evidence from RT Distribution Analyses in a Manual Choice Reaction Task. Acta Psychologica, 120(3), 243-266. doi:10.1016/j.actpsy.2005.04.004
Ansorge, U., Carbone, E., and Horstmann, G. (2005). Top-Down Contingent Capture by Color: Evidence from RT Distribution Analyses in a Manual Choice Reaction Task. Acta Psychologica 120, 243-266.
Ansorge, U., Carbone, E., & Horstmann, G., 2005. Top-Down Contingent Capture by Color: Evidence from RT Distribution Analyses in a Manual Choice Reaction Task. Acta Psychologica, 120(3), p 243-266.
U. Ansorge, E. Carbone, and G. Horstmann, “Top-Down Contingent Capture by Color: Evidence from RT Distribution Analyses in a Manual Choice Reaction Task”, Acta Psychologica, vol. 120, 2005, pp. 243-266.
Ansorge, U., Carbone, E., Horstmann, G.: Top-Down Contingent Capture by Color: Evidence from RT Distribution Analyses in a Manual Choice Reaction Task. Acta Psychologica. 120, 243-266 (2005).
Ansorge, Ulrich, Carbone, Elena, and Horstmann, Gernot. “Top-Down Contingent Capture by Color: Evidence from RT Distribution Analyses in a Manual Choice Reaction Task”. Acta Psychologica 120.3 (2005): 243-266.
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