Eye movements during simple sequential sensorimotor tasks: Evidence against benefits of eye-hand guidance

Foerster RM, Schneider WX (2013)
Journal of Eye Movement Research 6(3): 37-37.

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Holmqvist, Kenneth ; Mulvey, Fiona ; Johansson, Roger
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17th European Conference on Eye Movements
Location
Lund, Sweden
Conference Date
2013-08-11 – 2013-08-16
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Foerster RM, Schneider WX. Eye movements during simple sequential sensorimotor tasks: Evidence against benefits of eye-hand guidance. Journal of Eye Movement Research. 2013;6(3):37-37.
Foerster, R. M., & Schneider, W. X. (2013). Eye movements during simple sequential sensorimotor tasks: Evidence against benefits of eye-hand guidance. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 6(3), 37-37.
Foerster, R. M., and Schneider, W. X. (2013). Eye movements during simple sequential sensorimotor tasks: Evidence against benefits of eye-hand guidance. Journal of Eye Movement Research 6, 37-37.
Foerster, R.M., & Schneider, W.X., 2013. Eye movements during simple sequential sensorimotor tasks: Evidence against benefits of eye-hand guidance. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 6(3), p 37-37.
R.M. Foerster and W.X. Schneider, “Eye movements during simple sequential sensorimotor tasks: Evidence against benefits of eye-hand guidance”, Journal of Eye Movement Research, vol. 6, 2013, pp. 37-37.
Foerster, R.M., Schneider, W.X.: Eye movements during simple sequential sensorimotor tasks: Evidence against benefits of eye-hand guidance. Journal of Eye Movement Research. 6, 37-37 (2013).
Foerster, Rebecca M., and Schneider, Werner X. “Eye movements during simple sequential sensorimotor tasks: Evidence against benefits of eye-hand guidance”. Journal of Eye Movement Research 6.3 (2013): 37-37.
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