Visuomotor tracking: Minimizing visual error does not rely on visual error alone

van Dam L, Li D, Ernst MO (2012)
In: ECVP 2012 Abstracts. Perception, 41. London: Pion: 186-186.

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ECVP 2012
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Alghero, Italy
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2012-09-02 – 2012-09-06
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van Dam L, Li D, Ernst MO. Visuomotor tracking: Minimizing visual error does not rely on visual error alone. In: ECVP 2012 Abstracts. Perception. Vol 41. London: Pion; 2012: 186-186.
van Dam, L., Li, D., & Ernst, M. O. (2012). Visuomotor tracking: Minimizing visual error does not rely on visual error alone. ECVP 2012 Abstracts, 41(Suppl. 1), 186-186.
van Dam, L., Li, D., and Ernst, M. O. (2012). “Visuomotor tracking: Minimizing visual error does not rely on visual error alone” in ECVP 2012 Abstracts Perception, vol. 41, (London: Pion), 186-186.
van Dam, L., Li, D., & Ernst, M.O., 2012. Visuomotor tracking: Minimizing visual error does not rely on visual error alone. In ECVP 2012 Abstracts. Perception. no.41 London: Pion, pp. 186-186.
L. van Dam, D. Li, and M.O. Ernst, “Visuomotor tracking: Minimizing visual error does not rely on visual error alone”, ECVP 2012 Abstracts, Perception, vol. 41, London: Pion, 2012, pp.186-186.
van Dam, L., Li, D., Ernst, M.O.: Visuomotor tracking: Minimizing visual error does not rely on visual error alone. ECVP 2012 Abstracts. Perception. 41, p. 186-186. Pion, London (2012).
van Dam, Loes, Li, Dan, and Ernst, Marc O. “Visuomotor tracking: Minimizing visual error does not rely on visual error alone”. ECVP 2012 Abstracts. London: Pion, 2012.Vol. 41. Perception. 186-186.
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