Perception of exertion and attention allocation as a function of visual and auditory conditions

Razon S, Basevitch I, Land WM, Thompson B, Tenenbaum G (2009)
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 10(6): 636-643.

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Razon S, Basevitch I, Land WM, Thompson B, Tenenbaum G. Perception of exertion and attention allocation as a function of visual and auditory conditions. Psychology of Sport and Exercise. 2009;10(6):636-643.
Razon, S., Basevitch, I., Land , W. M., Thompson, B., & Tenenbaum, G. (2009). Perception of exertion and attention allocation as a function of visual and auditory conditions. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 10(6), 636-643.
Razon, S., Basevitch, I., Land , W. M., Thompson, B., and Tenenbaum, G. (2009). Perception of exertion and attention allocation as a function of visual and auditory conditions. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 10, 636-643.
Razon, S., et al., 2009. Perception of exertion and attention allocation as a function of visual and auditory conditions. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 10(6), p 636-643.
S. Razon, et al., “Perception of exertion and attention allocation as a function of visual and auditory conditions”, Psychology of Sport and Exercise, vol. 10, 2009, pp. 636-643.
Razon, S., Basevitch, I., Land , W.M., Thompson, B., Tenenbaum, G.: Perception of exertion and attention allocation as a function of visual and auditory conditions. Psychology of Sport and Exercise. 10, 636-643 (2009).
Razon, Selen, Basevitch, Itay, Land , William Marshall, Thompson, Brooke, and Tenenbaum, Gershon. “Perception of exertion and attention allocation as a function of visual and auditory conditions”. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 10.6 (2009): 636-643.
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