Mental representations as an underlying mechanism for human performance

Land WM, Tenenbaum G (2009)
In: Progress in brain research (174): Mind and Motion. The bidirectional link between thought and action. Raab M, Johnson J, Heekeren H (Eds);.

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Land WM, Tenenbaum G. Mental representations as an underlying mechanism for human performance. In: Raab M, Johnson J, Heekeren H, eds. Progress in brain research (174): Mind and Motion. The bidirectional link between thought and action. 2009.
Land, W. M., & Tenenbaum, G. (2009). Mental representations as an underlying mechanism for human performance. In M. Raab, J. Johnson, & H. Heekeren (Eds.), Progress in brain research (174): Mind and Motion. The bidirectional link between thought and action.
Land, W. M., and Tenenbaum, G. (2009). “Mental representations as an underlying mechanism for human performance” in Progress in brain research (174): Mind and Motion. The bidirectional link between thought and action, ed. M. Raab, J. Johnson, and H. Heekeren.
Land, W.M., & Tenenbaum, G., 2009. Mental representations as an underlying mechanism for human performance. In M. Raab, J. Johnson, & H. Heekeren, eds. Progress in brain research (174): Mind and Motion. The bidirectional link between thought and action.
W.M. Land and G. Tenenbaum, “Mental representations as an underlying mechanism for human performance”, Progress in brain research (174): Mind and Motion. The bidirectional link between thought and action, M. Raab, J. Johnson, and H. Heekeren, eds., 2009.
Land, W.M., Tenenbaum, G.: Mental representations as an underlying mechanism for human performance. In: Raab, M., Johnson, J., and Heekeren, H. (eds.) Progress in brain research (174): Mind and Motion. The bidirectional link between thought and action. (2009).
Land, William Marshall, and Tenenbaum, Gershon. “Mental representations as an underlying mechanism for human performance”. Progress in brain research (174): Mind and Motion. The bidirectional link between thought and action. Ed. M. Raab, J. Johnson, and H. Heekeren. 2009.
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