Spatial localization investigated by continuous pointing during visual and gravitoinertial changes

Scotto di Cesare C, Bringoux L, Bourdin C, Sarlegna F, Mestre DR (2011)
Experimental Brain Research 215(3-4): 173-182.

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Scotto di Cesare C, Bringoux L, Bourdin C, Sarlegna F, Mestre DR. Spatial localization investigated by continuous pointing during visual and gravitoinertial changes. Experimental Brain Research. 2011;215(3-4):173-182.
Scotto di Cesare, C., Bringoux, L., Bourdin, C., Sarlegna, F., & Mestre, D. R. (2011). Spatial localization investigated by continuous pointing during visual and gravitoinertial changes. Experimental Brain Research, 215(3-4), 173-182.
Scotto di Cesare, C., Bringoux, L., Bourdin, C., Sarlegna, F., and Mestre, D. R. (2011). Spatial localization investigated by continuous pointing during visual and gravitoinertial changes. Experimental Brain Research 215, 173-182.
Scotto di Cesare, C., et al., 2011. Spatial localization investigated by continuous pointing during visual and gravitoinertial changes. Experimental Brain Research, 215(3-4), p 173-182.
C. Scotto di Cesare, et al., “Spatial localization investigated by continuous pointing during visual and gravitoinertial changes”, Experimental Brain Research, vol. 215, 2011, pp. 173-182.
Scotto di Cesare, C., Bringoux, L., Bourdin, C., Sarlegna, F., Mestre, D.R.: Spatial localization investigated by continuous pointing during visual and gravitoinertial changes. Experimental Brain Research. 215, 173-182 (2011).
Scotto di Cesare, Cecile, Bringoux, Lionel, Bourdin, Christophe, Sarlegna, Fabrice, and Mestre, Daniel R. “Spatial localization investigated by continuous pointing during visual and gravitoinertial changes”. Experimental Brain Research 215.3-4 (2011): 173-182.
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