Spatial continuity is more important than temporal continuity in learning of transsaccadic associations

Weiß K, Schneider WX, Herwig A (2014)
Abstracts of the 56th Conference of Experimental Psychologists: 280.

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Schütz, Alexander C. ; Drewing, Knut ; Gegenfurtner, Karl R.
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56th Conference of Experimental Psychologists
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Gießen
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2014-03-31 – 2014-04-02
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Weiß K, Schneider WX, Herwig A. Spatial continuity is more important than temporal continuity in learning of transsaccadic associations. Abstracts of the 56th Conference of Experimental Psychologists. 2014:280.
Weiß, K., Schneider, W. X., & Herwig, A. (2014). Spatial continuity is more important than temporal continuity in learning of transsaccadic associations. Abstracts of the 56th Conference of Experimental Psychologists, 280.
Weiß, K., Schneider, W. X., and Herwig, A. (2014). Spatial continuity is more important than temporal continuity in learning of transsaccadic associations. Abstracts of the 56th Conference of Experimental Psychologists, 280.
Weiß, K., Schneider, W.X., & Herwig, A., 2014. Spatial continuity is more important than temporal continuity in learning of transsaccadic associations. Abstracts of the 56th Conference of Experimental Psychologists, , p 280.
K. Weiß, W.X. Schneider, and A. Herwig, “Spatial continuity is more important than temporal continuity in learning of transsaccadic associations”, Abstracts of the 56th Conference of Experimental Psychologists, 2014, pp. 280.
Weiß, K., Schneider, W.X., Herwig, A.: Spatial continuity is more important than temporal continuity in learning of transsaccadic associations. Abstracts of the 56th Conference of Experimental Psychologists. 280 (2014).
Weiß, Katharina, Schneider, Werner X., and Herwig, Arvid. “Spatial continuity is more important than temporal continuity in learning of transsaccadic associations”. Abstracts of the 56th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (2014): 280.
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