Multisensory simultaneity recalibration: Storage of the aftereffect in the absence of counterevidence

Machulla T-K, Di Luca M, Fröhlich E, Ernst MO (2012)
Experimental Brain Research 217(1): 89-97.

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Machulla T-K, Di Luca M, Fröhlich E, Ernst MO. Multisensory simultaneity recalibration: Storage of the aftereffect in the absence of counterevidence. Experimental Brain Research. 2012;217(1):89-97.
Machulla, T. - K., Di Luca, M., Fröhlich, E., & Ernst, M. O. (2012). Multisensory simultaneity recalibration: Storage of the aftereffect in the absence of counterevidence. Experimental Brain Research, 217(1), 89-97.
Machulla, T. - K., Di Luca, M., Fröhlich, E., and Ernst, M. O. (2012). Multisensory simultaneity recalibration: Storage of the aftereffect in the absence of counterevidence. Experimental Brain Research 217, 89-97.
Machulla, T.-K., et al., 2012. Multisensory simultaneity recalibration: Storage of the aftereffect in the absence of counterevidence. Experimental Brain Research, 217(1), p 89-97.
T.-K. Machulla, et al., “Multisensory simultaneity recalibration: Storage of the aftereffect in the absence of counterevidence”, Experimental Brain Research, vol. 217, 2012, pp. 89-97.
Machulla, T.-K., Di Luca, M., Fröhlich, E., Ernst, M.O.: Multisensory simultaneity recalibration: Storage of the aftereffect in the absence of counterevidence. Experimental Brain Research. 217, 89-97 (2012).
Machulla, Tonja-Katrin, Di Luca, Massimiliano, Fröhlich, Eva, and Ernst, Marc O. “Multisensory simultaneity recalibration: Storage of the aftereffect in the absence of counterevidence”. Experimental Brain Research 217.1 (2012): 89-97.
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