EEG coherences within the 13-18 Hz band as correlates of a distinct lexical organization of concrete and abstract nouns in humans

Weiss S, Rappelsberger P (1996)
NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS 209: 17-20.

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Weiss S, Rappelsberger P. EEG coherences within the 13-18 Hz band as correlates of a distinct lexical organization of concrete and abstract nouns in humans. NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS 209. 1996:17-20.
Weiss, S., & Rappelsberger, P. (1996). EEG coherences within the 13-18 Hz band as correlates of a distinct lexical organization of concrete and abstract nouns in humans. NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS 209, 17-20.
Weiss, S., and Rappelsberger, P. (1996). EEG coherences within the 13-18 Hz band as correlates of a distinct lexical organization of concrete and abstract nouns in humans. NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS 209, 17-20.
Weiss, S., & Rappelsberger, P., 1996. EEG coherences within the 13-18 Hz band as correlates of a distinct lexical organization of concrete and abstract nouns in humans. NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS 209, , p 17-20.
S. Weiss and P. Rappelsberger, “EEG coherences within the 13-18 Hz band as correlates of a distinct lexical organization of concrete and abstract nouns in humans”, NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS 209, 1996, pp. 17-20.
Weiss, S., Rappelsberger, P.: EEG coherences within the 13-18 Hz band as correlates of a distinct lexical organization of concrete and abstract nouns in humans. NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS 209. 17-20 (1996).
Weiss, Sabine, and Rappelsberger, Peter. “EEG coherences within the 13-18 Hz band as correlates of a distinct lexical organization of concrete and abstract nouns in humans”. NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS 209 (1996): 17-20.
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