The Cognitive Interplay Between sensory and Biomechanical Features While Executing Flip Turns Wearing Different Swim Suits

Vieluf S, Ungerechts B, Toussaint HM, Lex H, Schack T (2010)
In: Biomechanic and Medicine in Swimming. Kjendlie PL (Ed); 346-349.

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Vieluf S, Ungerechts B, Toussaint HM, Lex H, Schack T. The Cognitive Interplay Between sensory and Biomechanical Features While Executing Flip Turns Wearing Different Swim Suits. In: Kjendlie PL, ed. Biomechanic and Medicine in Swimming. 2010: 346-349.
Vieluf, S., Ungerechts, B., Toussaint, H. M., Lex, H., & Schack, T. (2010). The Cognitive Interplay Between sensory and Biomechanical Features While Executing Flip Turns Wearing Different Swim Suits. In P. L. Kjendlie (Ed.), Biomechanic and Medicine in Swimming (pp. 346-349).
Vieluf, S., Ungerechts, B., Toussaint, H. M., Lex, H., and Schack, T. (2010). “The Cognitive Interplay Between sensory and Biomechanical Features While Executing Flip Turns Wearing Different Swim Suits” in Biomechanic and Medicine in Swimming, ed. P. L. Kjendlie 346-349.
Vieluf, S., et al., 2010. The Cognitive Interplay Between sensory and Biomechanical Features While Executing Flip Turns Wearing Different Swim Suits. In P. L. Kjendlie, ed. Biomechanic and Medicine in Swimming. pp. 346-349.
S. Vieluf, et al., “The Cognitive Interplay Between sensory and Biomechanical Features While Executing Flip Turns Wearing Different Swim Suits”, Biomechanic and Medicine in Swimming, P.L. Kjendlie, ed., 2010, pp.346-349.
Vieluf, S., Ungerechts, B., Toussaint, H.M., Lex, H., Schack, T.: The Cognitive Interplay Between sensory and Biomechanical Features While Executing Flip Turns Wearing Different Swim Suits. In: Kjendlie, P.L. (ed.) Biomechanic and Medicine in Swimming. p. 346-349. (2010).
Vieluf, S., Ungerechts, Bodo, Toussaint, H.M., Lex, Heiko, and Schack, Thomas. “The Cognitive Interplay Between sensory and Biomechanical Features While Executing Flip Turns Wearing Different Swim Suits”. Biomechanic and Medicine in Swimming. Ed. P.L Kjendlie. 2010. 346-349.
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