Event-related desynchronization during motor imagery and abstract action language processing: An analysis of β2-range behaviour

Schaller F, Weiss S, Müller HM (2016)
In: 6th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School. Leipzig.

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Schaller F, Weiss S, Müller HM. Event-related desynchronization during motor imagery and abstract action language processing: An analysis of β2-range behaviour. In: 6th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School. Leipzig; 2016.
Schaller, F., Weiss, S., & Müller, H. M. (2016). Event-related desynchronization during motor imagery and abstract action language processing: An analysis of β2-range behaviour. 6th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School.
Schaller, F., Weiss, S., and Müller, H. M. (2016). “Event-related desynchronization during motor imagery and abstract action language processing: An analysis of β2-range behaviour” in 6th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School (Leipzig).
Schaller, F., Weiss, S., & Müller, H.M., 2016. Event-related desynchronization during motor imagery and abstract action language processing: An analysis of β2-range behaviour. In 6th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School. Leipzig.
F. Schaller, S. Weiss, and H.M. Müller, “Event-related desynchronization during motor imagery and abstract action language processing: An analysis of β2-range behaviour”, 6th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School, Leipzig: 2016.
Schaller, F., Weiss, S., Müller, H.M.: Event-related desynchronization during motor imagery and abstract action language processing: An analysis of β2-range behaviour. 6th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School. Leipzig (2016).
Schaller, Franziska, Weiss, Sabine, and Müller, Horst M. “Event-related desynchronization during motor imagery and abstract action language processing: An analysis of β2-range behaviour”. 6th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School. Leipzig, 2016.
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