Biases in rhythmic sensorimotor coordination: Effects of modality and intentionality

Debats N, Ridderikhoff A, de Boer BJ, Peper C (L) E (2013)
Behavioural Brain Research 250: 334-342.

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Debats N, Ridderikhoff A, de Boer BJ, Peper C (L) E. Biases in rhythmic sensorimotor coordination: Effects of modality and intentionality. Behavioural Brain Research. 2013;250:334-342.
Debats, N., Ridderikhoff, A., de Boer, B. J., & Peper, C. (L. ) E. (2013). Biases in rhythmic sensorimotor coordination: Effects of modality and intentionality. Behavioural Brain Research, 250, 334-342.
Debats, N., Ridderikhoff, A., de Boer, B. J., and Peper, C. (L. ) E. (2013). Biases in rhythmic sensorimotor coordination: Effects of modality and intentionality. Behavioural Brain Research 250, 334-342.
Debats, N., et al., 2013. Biases in rhythmic sensorimotor coordination: Effects of modality and intentionality. Behavioural Brain Research, 250, p 334-342.
N. Debats, et al., “Biases in rhythmic sensorimotor coordination: Effects of modality and intentionality”, Behavioural Brain Research, vol. 250, 2013, pp. 334-342.
Debats, N., Ridderikhoff, A., de Boer, B.J., Peper, C. (L.) E.: Biases in rhythmic sensorimotor coordination: Effects of modality and intentionality. Behavioural Brain Research. 250, 334-342 (2013).
Debats, Nienke, Ridderikhoff, Arne, de Boer, Betteco J., and Peper, C. (Lieke) E. “Biases in rhythmic sensorimotor coordination: Effects of modality and intentionality”. Behavioural Brain Research 250 (2013): 334-342.
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