Moving the Weber Fraction: The Perceptual Precision for Moment of Inertia Increases with Exploration Force

Debats N, Kingma I, Beek PJ, Smeets JBJ (2012)
PLoS ONE 7(9).

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Debats N, Kingma I, Beek PJ, Smeets JBJ. Moving the Weber Fraction: The Perceptual Precision for Moment of Inertia Increases with Exploration Force. PLoS ONE. 2012;7(9).
Debats, N., Kingma, I., Beek, P. J., & Smeets, J. B. J. (2012). Moving the Weber Fraction: The Perceptual Precision for Moment of Inertia Increases with Exploration Force. PLoS ONE, 7(9).
Debats, N., Kingma, I., Beek, P. J., and Smeets, J. B. J. (2012). Moving the Weber Fraction: The Perceptual Precision for Moment of Inertia Increases with Exploration Force. PLoS ONE 7.
Debats, N., et al., 2012. Moving the Weber Fraction: The Perceptual Precision for Moment of Inertia Increases with Exploration Force. PLoS ONE, 7(9).
N. Debats, et al., “Moving the Weber Fraction: The Perceptual Precision for Moment of Inertia Increases with Exploration Force”, PLoS ONE, vol. 7, 2012.
Debats, N., Kingma, I., Beek, P.J., Smeets, J.B.J.: Moving the Weber Fraction: The Perceptual Precision for Moment of Inertia Increases with Exploration Force. PLoS ONE. 7, (2012).
Debats, Nienke, Kingma, Idsart, Beek, Peter J., and Smeets, Jeroen B. J. “Moving the Weber Fraction: The Perceptual Precision for Moment of Inertia Increases with Exploration Force”. PLoS ONE 7.9 (2012).
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