Long-range EEG synchronization during word encoding correlates with successful memory performance

Weiss S, Rappelsberger P (2000)
COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH 9: 299-312.

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Weiss S, Rappelsberger P. Long-range EEG synchronization during word encoding correlates with successful memory performance. COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH 9. 2000:299-312.
Weiss, S., & Rappelsberger, P. (2000). Long-range EEG synchronization during word encoding correlates with successful memory performance. COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH 9, 299-312.
Weiss, S., and Rappelsberger, P. (2000). Long-range EEG synchronization during word encoding correlates with successful memory performance. COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH 9, 299-312.
Weiss, S., & Rappelsberger, P., 2000. Long-range EEG synchronization during word encoding correlates with successful memory performance. COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH 9, , p 299-312.
S. Weiss and P. Rappelsberger, “Long-range EEG synchronization during word encoding correlates with successful memory performance”, COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH 9, 2000, pp. 299-312.
Weiss, S., Rappelsberger, P.: Long-range EEG synchronization during word encoding correlates with successful memory performance. COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH 9. 299-312 (2000).
Weiss, Sabine, and Rappelsberger, Peter. “Long-range EEG synchronization during word encoding correlates with successful memory performance”. COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH 9 (2000): 299-312.
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