Ambiguities in visual perception. The aperture problem and the role of eye movements in perceptual bistability

van Dam L (2006)
Utrecht, the Netherlands: Helmholtz Institute.

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van Dam L. Ambiguities in visual perception. The aperture problem and the role of eye movements in perceptual bistability. Utrecht, the Netherlands: Helmholtz Institute; 2006.
van Dam, L. (2006). Ambiguities in visual perception. The aperture problem and the role of eye movements in perceptual bistability. Utrecht, the Netherlands: Helmholtz Institute.
van Dam, L. (2006). Ambiguities in visual perception. The aperture problem and the role of eye movements in perceptual bistability. Utrecht, the Netherlands: Helmholtz Institute.
van Dam, L., 2006. Ambiguities in visual perception. The aperture problem and the role of eye movements in perceptual bistability, Utrecht, the Netherlands: Helmholtz Institute.
L. van Dam, Ambiguities in visual perception. The aperture problem and the role of eye movements in perceptual bistability, Utrecht, the Netherlands: Helmholtz Institute, 2006.
van Dam, L.: Ambiguities in visual perception. The aperture problem and the role of eye movements in perceptual bistability. Helmholtz Institute, Utrecht, the Netherlands (2006).
van Dam, Loes. Ambiguities in visual perception. The aperture problem and the role of eye movements in perceptual bistability. Utrecht, the Netherlands: Helmholtz Institute, 2006.
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