Remembering what you saw is not the same as remembering what you heard. Sensory modality specific differences in mental simulation

Becker R, Gonzalez-Marquez M, Ferretti TR (2014)
Presented at the Empirical Evidence for Evidentiality, Njimegen, The Netherlands.

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Empirical Evidence for Evidentiality
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Njimegen, The Netherlands
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2014-01-09 – 2014-01-10
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Becker R, Gonzalez-Marquez M, Ferretti TR. Remembering what you saw is not the same as remembering what you heard. Sensory modality specific differences in mental simulation. Presented at the Empirical Evidence for Evidentiality, Njimegen, The Netherlands.
Becker, R., Gonzalez-Marquez, M., & Ferretti, T. R. (2014). Remembering what you saw is not the same as remembering what you heard. Sensory modality specific differences in mental simulation. Presented at the Empirical Evidence for Evidentiality, Njimegen, The Netherlands.
Becker, R., Gonzalez-Marquez, M., and Ferretti, T. R. (2014).“Remembering what you saw is not the same as remembering what you heard. Sensory modality specific differences in mental simulation”. Presented at the Empirical Evidence for Evidentiality, Njimegen, The Netherlands.
Becker, R., Gonzalez-Marquez, M., & Ferretti, T.R., 2014. Remembering what you saw is not the same as remembering what you heard. Sensory modality specific differences in mental simulation. Presented at the Empirical Evidence for Evidentiality, Njimegen, The Netherlands.
R. Becker, M. Gonzalez-Marquez, and T.R. Ferretti, “Remembering what you saw is not the same as remembering what you heard. Sensory modality specific differences in mental simulation”, Presented at the Empirical Evidence for Evidentiality, Njimegen, The Netherlands, 2014.
Becker, R., Gonzalez-Marquez, M., Ferretti, T.R.: Remembering what you saw is not the same as remembering what you heard. Sensory modality specific differences in mental simulation. Presented at the Empirical Evidence for Evidentiality, Njimegen, The Netherlands (2014).
Becker, Raymond, Gonzalez-Marquez, Monica, and Ferretti, Todd R. “Remembering what you saw is not the same as remembering what you heard. Sensory modality specific differences in mental simulation”. Presented at the Empirical Evidence for Evidentiality, Njimegen, The Netherlands, 2014.
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