Synesthetic congruency modulates the temporal ventriloquism effect

Parise C, Spence C (2008)
Neuroscience Letters 442(3): 257-261.

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Parise C, Spence C. Synesthetic congruency modulates the temporal ventriloquism effect. Neuroscience Letters. 2008;442(3):257-261.
Parise, C., & Spence, C. (2008). Synesthetic congruency modulates the temporal ventriloquism effect. Neuroscience Letters, 442(3), 257-261.
Parise, C., and Spence, C. (2008). Synesthetic congruency modulates the temporal ventriloquism effect. Neuroscience Letters 442, 257-261.
Parise, C., & Spence, C., 2008. Synesthetic congruency modulates the temporal ventriloquism effect. Neuroscience Letters, 442(3), p 257-261.
C. Parise and C. Spence, “Synesthetic congruency modulates the temporal ventriloquism effect”, Neuroscience Letters, vol. 442, 2008, pp. 257-261.
Parise, C., Spence, C.: Synesthetic congruency modulates the temporal ventriloquism effect. Neuroscience Letters. 442, 257-261 (2008).
Parise, Cesare, and Spence, Charles. “Synesthetic congruency modulates the temporal ventriloquism effect”. Neuroscience Letters 442.3 (2008): 257-261.
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