Visuotactile interactions in the congenitally acallosal brain: Evidence for early cerebral plasticity

Wolf CC, Ball A, Ocklenburg S, Otto T, Heed T, Röder B, Güntürkün O (2011)
Neuropsychologia 49(14): 3908-3916.

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Wolf CC, Ball A, Ocklenburg S, et al. Visuotactile interactions in the congenitally acallosal brain: Evidence for early cerebral plasticity. Neuropsychologia. 2011;49(14):3908-3916.
Wolf, C. C., Ball, A., Ocklenburg, S., Otto, T., Heed, T., Röder, B., & Güntürkün, O. (2011). Visuotactile interactions in the congenitally acallosal brain: Evidence for early cerebral plasticity. Neuropsychologia, 49(14), 3908-3916. doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2011.10.008
Wolf, C. C., Ball, A., Ocklenburg, S., Otto, T., Heed, T., Röder, B., and Güntürkün, O. (2011). Visuotactile interactions in the congenitally acallosal brain: Evidence for early cerebral plasticity. Neuropsychologia 49, 3908-3916.
Wolf, C.C., et al., 2011. Visuotactile interactions in the congenitally acallosal brain: Evidence for early cerebral plasticity. Neuropsychologia, 49(14), p 3908-3916.
C.C. Wolf, et al., “Visuotactile interactions in the congenitally acallosal brain: Evidence for early cerebral plasticity”, Neuropsychologia, vol. 49, 2011, pp. 3908-3916.
Wolf, C.C., Ball, A., Ocklenburg, S., Otto, T., Heed, T., Röder, B., Güntürkün, O.: Visuotactile interactions in the congenitally acallosal brain: Evidence for early cerebral plasticity. Neuropsychologia. 49, 3908-3916 (2011).
Wolf, Claudia C., Ball, Anna, Ocklenburg, Sebastian, Otto, Tobias, Heed, Tobias, Röder, Brigitte, and Güntürkün, Onur. “Visuotactile interactions in the congenitally acallosal brain: Evidence for early cerebral plasticity”. Neuropsychologia 49.14 (2011): 3908-3916.
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