How do visual and postural cues combine for self-tilt perception during slow pitch rotations?

Scotto di Cesare C, Buloup F, Mestre DR, Bringoux L (2014)
Acta Psychologica 153: 51-59.

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Scotto di Cesare C, Buloup F, Mestre DR, Bringoux L. How do visual and postural cues combine for self-tilt perception during slow pitch rotations? Acta Psychologica. 2014;153:51-59.
Scotto di Cesare, C., Buloup, F., Mestre, D. R., & Bringoux, L. (2014). How do visual and postural cues combine for self-tilt perception during slow pitch rotations? Acta Psychologica, 153, 51-59.
Scotto di Cesare, C., Buloup, F., Mestre, D. R., and Bringoux, L. (2014). How do visual and postural cues combine for self-tilt perception during slow pitch rotations? Acta Psychologica 153, 51-59.
Scotto di Cesare, C., et al., 2014. How do visual and postural cues combine for self-tilt perception during slow pitch rotations? Acta Psychologica, 153, p 51-59.
C. Scotto di Cesare, et al., “How do visual and postural cues combine for self-tilt perception during slow pitch rotations?”, Acta Psychologica, vol. 153, 2014, pp. 51-59.
Scotto di Cesare, C., Buloup, F., Mestre, D.R., Bringoux, L.: How do visual and postural cues combine for self-tilt perception during slow pitch rotations? Acta Psychologica. 153, 51-59 (2014).
Scotto di Cesare, Cecile, Buloup, Franck, Mestre, Daniel R., and Bringoux, Lionel. “How do visual and postural cues combine for self-tilt perception during slow pitch rotations?”. Acta Psychologica 153 (2014): 51-59.
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