Preexposure disrupts learning of location-contingent perceptual biases for ambiguous stimuli

van Dam L, Ernst MO (2010)
Journal of Vision 10(8).

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van Dam L, Ernst MO. Preexposure disrupts learning of location-contingent perceptual biases for ambiguous stimuli. Journal of Vision. 2010;10(8).
van Dam, L., & Ernst, M. O. (2010). Preexposure disrupts learning of location-contingent perceptual biases for ambiguous stimuli. Journal of Vision, 10(8).
van Dam, L., and Ernst, M. O. (2010). Preexposure disrupts learning of location-contingent perceptual biases for ambiguous stimuli. Journal of Vision 10.
van Dam, L., & Ernst, M.O., 2010. Preexposure disrupts learning of location-contingent perceptual biases for ambiguous stimuli. Journal of Vision, 10(8).
L. van Dam and M.O. Ernst, “Preexposure disrupts learning of location-contingent perceptual biases for ambiguous stimuli”, Journal of Vision, vol. 10, 2010.
van Dam, L., Ernst, M.O.: Preexposure disrupts learning of location-contingent perceptual biases for ambiguous stimuli. Journal of Vision. 10, (2010).
van Dam, Loes, and Ernst, Marc O. “Preexposure disrupts learning of location-contingent perceptual biases for ambiguous stimuli”. Journal of Vision 10.8 (2010).
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