The implicit use of spatial information develops later for crossmodal than for intramodal temporal processing

Röder B, Pagel B, Heed T (2013)
Cognition 126(2): 301-306.

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Röder B, Pagel B, Heed T. The implicit use of spatial information develops later for crossmodal than for intramodal temporal processing. Cognition. 2013;126(2):301-306.
Röder, B., Pagel, B., & Heed, T. (2013). The implicit use of spatial information develops later for crossmodal than for intramodal temporal processing. Cognition, 126(2), 301-306. doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2012.09.009
Röder, B., Pagel, B., and Heed, T. (2013). The implicit use of spatial information develops later for crossmodal than for intramodal temporal processing. Cognition 126, 301-306.
Röder, B., Pagel, B., & Heed, T., 2013. The implicit use of spatial information develops later for crossmodal than for intramodal temporal processing. Cognition, 126(2), p 301-306.
B. Röder, B. Pagel, and T. Heed, “The implicit use of spatial information develops later for crossmodal than for intramodal temporal processing”, Cognition, vol. 126, 2013, pp. 301-306.
Röder, B., Pagel, B., Heed, T.: The implicit use of spatial information develops later for crossmodal than for intramodal temporal processing. Cognition. 126, 301-306 (2013).
Röder, Brigitte, Pagel, Birthe, and Heed, Tobias. “The implicit use of spatial information develops later for crossmodal than for intramodal temporal processing”. Cognition 126.2 (2013): 301-306.
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