Movement Induces the Use of External Spatial Coordinates for Tactile Localization in Congenitally Blind Humans

Heed T, Röder B, Möller J (2015)
Multisensory Research 28(1-2): 173-194.

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Heed T, Röder B, Möller J. Movement Induces the Use of External Spatial Coordinates for Tactile Localization in Congenitally Blind Humans. Multisensory Research. 2015;28(1-2):173-194.
Heed, T., Röder, B., & Möller, J. (2015). Movement Induces the Use of External Spatial Coordinates for Tactile Localization in Congenitally Blind Humans. Multisensory Research, 28(1-2), 173-194. doi:10.1163/22134808-00002485
Heed, T., Röder, B., and Möller, J. (2015). Movement Induces the Use of External Spatial Coordinates for Tactile Localization in Congenitally Blind Humans. Multisensory Research 28, 173-194.
Heed, T., Röder, B., & Möller, J., 2015. Movement Induces the Use of External Spatial Coordinates for Tactile Localization in Congenitally Blind Humans. Multisensory Research, 28(1-2), p 173-194.
T. Heed, B. Röder, and J. Möller, “Movement Induces the Use of External Spatial Coordinates for Tactile Localization in Congenitally Blind Humans”, Multisensory Research, vol. 28, 2015, pp. 173-194.
Heed, T., Röder, B., Möller, J.: Movement Induces the Use of External Spatial Coordinates for Tactile Localization in Congenitally Blind Humans. Multisensory Research. 28, 173-194 (2015).
Heed, Tobias, Röder, Brigitte, and Möller, Johanna. “Movement Induces the Use of External Spatial Coordinates for Tactile Localization in Congenitally Blind Humans”. Multisensory Research 28.1-2 (2015): 173-194.
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