Distinct timing mechanisms produce discrete and continuous movements

Huys R, Studenka BE, Rheaume NR, Zelaznik HN, Jirsa VK (2008)
PLoS Computational Biology 4(4): e1000061.

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Huys R, Studenka BE, Rheaume NR, Zelaznik HN, Jirsa VK. Distinct timing mechanisms produce discrete and continuous movements. PLoS Computational Biology. 2008;4(4):e1000061.
Huys, R., Studenka, B. E., Rheaume, N. R., Zelaznik, H. N., & Jirsa, V. K. (2008). Distinct timing mechanisms produce discrete and continuous movements. PLoS Computational Biology, 4(4), e1000061. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000061
Huys, R., Studenka, B. E., Rheaume, N. R., Zelaznik, H. N., and Jirsa, V. K. (2008). Distinct timing mechanisms produce discrete and continuous movements. PLoS Computational Biology 4, e1000061.
Huys, R., et al., 2008. Distinct timing mechanisms produce discrete and continuous movements. PLoS Computational Biology, 4(4), p e1000061.
R. Huys, et al., “Distinct timing mechanisms produce discrete and continuous movements”, PLoS Computational Biology, vol. 4, 2008, pp. e1000061.
Huys, R., Studenka, B.E., Rheaume, N.R., Zelaznik, H.N., Jirsa, V.K.: Distinct timing mechanisms produce discrete and continuous movements. PLoS Computational Biology. 4, e1000061 (2008).
Huys, R., Studenka, B. E., Rheaume, N. R., Zelaznik, H. N., and Jirsa, V. K. “Distinct timing mechanisms produce discrete and continuous movements”. PLoS Computational Biology 4.4 (2008): e1000061.
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