Voluntary control and the dynamics of perceptual bi-stability

van Ee R, van Dam L, Brouwer GJ (2005)
VISION RESEARCH 45(1): 41-55.

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van Ee R, van Dam L, Brouwer GJ. Voluntary control and the dynamics of perceptual bi-stability. VISION RESEARCH. 2005;45(1):41-55.
van Ee, R., van Dam, L., & Brouwer, G. J. (2005). Voluntary control and the dynamics of perceptual bi-stability. VISION RESEARCH, 45(1), 41-55.
van Ee, R., van Dam, L., and Brouwer, G. J. (2005). Voluntary control and the dynamics of perceptual bi-stability. VISION RESEARCH 45, 41-55.
van Ee, R., van Dam, L., & Brouwer, G.J., 2005. Voluntary control and the dynamics of perceptual bi-stability. VISION RESEARCH, 45(1), p 41-55.
R. van Ee, L. van Dam, and G.J. Brouwer, “Voluntary control and the dynamics of perceptual bi-stability”, VISION RESEARCH, vol. 45, 2005, pp. 41-55.
van Ee, R., van Dam, L., Brouwer, G.J.: Voluntary control and the dynamics of perceptual bi-stability. VISION RESEARCH. 45, 41-55 (2005).
van Ee, R., van Dam, Loes, and Brouwer, G.J. “Voluntary control and the dynamics of perceptual bi-stability”. VISION RESEARCH 45.1 (2005): 41-55.
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