Capturing regularities in event sequences: Evidence for two mechanisms

Koester D, Prinz W (2007)
Brain Research 1180: 59-77.

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Koester D, Prinz W. Capturing regularities in event sequences: Evidence for two mechanisms. Brain Research. 2007;1180:59-77.
Koester, D., & Prinz, W. (2007). Capturing regularities in event sequences: Evidence for two mechanisms. Brain Research, 1180, 59-77.
Koester, D., and Prinz, W. (2007). Capturing regularities in event sequences: Evidence for two mechanisms. Brain Research 1180, 59-77.
Koester, D., & Prinz, W., 2007. Capturing regularities in event sequences: Evidence for two mechanisms. Brain Research, 1180, p 59-77.
D. Koester and W. Prinz, “Capturing regularities in event sequences: Evidence for two mechanisms”, Brain Research, vol. 1180, 2007, pp. 59-77.
Koester, D., Prinz, W.: Capturing regularities in event sequences: Evidence for two mechanisms. Brain Research. 1180, 59-77 (2007).
Koester, Dirk, and Prinz, Wolfgang. “Capturing regularities in event sequences: Evidence for two mechanisms”. Brain Research 1180 (2007): 59-77.
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