The early development of human mirror mechanisms: evidence from electromyographic recordings at 3 and 6 months

Turati C, Natale E, Bolognini N, Senna I, Picozzi M, Longhi E, Cassia VM (2013)
Developmental Science: 793-800.

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Turati C, Natale E, Bolognini N, et al. The early development of human mirror mechanisms: evidence from electromyographic recordings at 3 and 6 months. Developmental Science. 2013:793-800.
Turati, C., Natale, E., Bolognini, N., Senna, I., Picozzi, M., Longhi, E., & Cassia, V. M. (2013). The early development of human mirror mechanisms: evidence from electromyographic recordings at 3 and 6 months. Developmental Science, 793-800.
Turati, C., Natale, E., Bolognini, N., Senna, I., Picozzi, M., Longhi, E., and Cassia, V. M. (2013). The early development of human mirror mechanisms: evidence from electromyographic recordings at 3 and 6 months. Developmental Science, 793-800.
Turati, C., et al., 2013. The early development of human mirror mechanisms: evidence from electromyographic recordings at 3 and 6 months. Developmental Science, , p 793-800.
C. Turati, et al., “The early development of human mirror mechanisms: evidence from electromyographic recordings at 3 and 6 months”, Developmental Science, 2013, pp. 793-800.
Turati, C., Natale, E., Bolognini, N., Senna, I., Picozzi, M., Longhi, E., Cassia, V.M.: The early development of human mirror mechanisms: evidence from electromyographic recordings at 3 and 6 months. Developmental Science. 793-800 (2013).
Turati, Chiara, Natale, Elena, Bolognini, Nadia, Senna, Irene, Picozzi, Marta, Longhi, Elena, and Cassia, Viola Macchi. “The early development of human mirror mechanisms: evidence from electromyographic recordings at 3 and 6 months”. Developmental Science (2013): 793-800.
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