Touch Perception: How We Know Where We Are Touched

Heed T (2010)
Current Biology 20(14): R604-R606.

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Heed T. Touch Perception: How We Know Where We Are Touched. Current Biology. 2010;20(14):R604-R606.
Heed, T. (2010). Touch Perception: How We Know Where We Are Touched. Current Biology, 20(14), R604-R606. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2010.04.012
Heed, T. (2010). Touch Perception: How We Know Where We Are Touched. Current Biology 20, R604-R606.
Heed, T., 2010. Touch Perception: How We Know Where We Are Touched. Current Biology, 20(14), p R604-R606.
T. Heed, “Touch Perception: How We Know Where We Are Touched”, Current Biology, vol. 20, 2010, pp. R604-R606.
Heed, T.: Touch Perception: How We Know Where We Are Touched. Current Biology. 20, R604-R606 (2010).
Heed, Tobias. “Touch Perception: How We Know Where We Are Touched”. Current Biology 20.14 (2010): R604-R606.
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