Forward modelling requires intention recognition and non-impoverished predictions

de Ruiter J, Cummins C (2013)
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36(04).

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de Ruiter J, Cummins C. Forward modelling requires intention recognition and non-impoverished predictions. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 2013;36(04).
de Ruiter, J., & Cummins, C. (2013). Forward modelling requires intention recognition and non-impoverished predictions. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 36(04).
de Ruiter, J., and Cummins, C. (2013). Forward modelling requires intention recognition and non-impoverished predictions. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36.
de Ruiter, J., & Cummins, C., 2013. Forward modelling requires intention recognition and non-impoverished predictions. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 36(04).
J. de Ruiter and C. Cummins, “Forward modelling requires intention recognition and non-impoverished predictions”, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, vol. 36, 2013.
de Ruiter, J., Cummins, C.: Forward modelling requires intention recognition and non-impoverished predictions. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 36, (2013).
de Ruiter, Jan, and Cummins, Chris. “Forward modelling requires intention recognition and non-impoverished predictions”. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36.04 (2013).
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