One + One = Two? - The Effects of Non-Spatial Object Clustering on Numerosity Estimation

Koesling H, Pomplun M, Ritter H (2004)
In: ECVP '04 Abstracts. Perception, 33. London, UK: Pion: 109-109.

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Twenty-seventh European Conference on Visual Perception
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Budapest, Hungary
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2004-09-22 – 2004-09-26
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Koesling H, Pomplun M, Ritter H. One + One = Two? - The Effects of Non-Spatial Object Clustering on Numerosity Estimation. In: ECVP '04 Abstracts. Perception. Vol 33. London, UK: Pion; 2004: 109-109.
Koesling, H., Pomplun, M., & Ritter, H. (2004). One + One = Two? - The Effects of Non-Spatial Object Clustering on Numerosity Estimation. ECVP '04 Abstracts, 33(Suppl. 1), 109-109.
Koesling, H., Pomplun, M., and Ritter, H. (2004). “One + One = Two? - The Effects of Non-Spatial Object Clustering on Numerosity Estimation” in ECVP '04 Abstracts Perception, vol. 33, (London, UK: Pion), 109-109.
Koesling, H., Pomplun, M., & Ritter, H., 2004. One + One = Two? - The Effects of Non-Spatial Object Clustering on Numerosity Estimation. In ECVP '04 Abstracts. Perception. no.33 London, UK: Pion, pp. 109-109.
H. Koesling, M. Pomplun, and H. Ritter, “One + One = Two? - The Effects of Non-Spatial Object Clustering on Numerosity Estimation”, ECVP '04 Abstracts, Perception, vol. 33, London, UK: Pion, 2004, pp.109-109.
Koesling, H., Pomplun, M., Ritter, H.: One + One = Two? - The Effects of Non-Spatial Object Clustering on Numerosity Estimation. ECVP '04 Abstracts. Perception. 33, p. 109-109. Pion, London, UK (2004).
Koesling, Hendrik, Pomplun, Marc, and Ritter, Helge. “One + One = Two? - The Effects of Non-Spatial Object Clustering on Numerosity Estimation”. ECVP '04 Abstracts. London, UK: Pion, 2004.Vol. 33. Perception. 109-109.
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