Action goal selection and motor planning can be dissociated by tool use

Collins T, Schicke T, Röder B (2008)
Cognition 109(3): 363-371.

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Collins T, Schicke T, Röder B. Action goal selection and motor planning can be dissociated by tool use. Cognition. 2008;109(3):363-371.
Collins, T., Schicke, T., & Röder, B. (2008). Action goal selection and motor planning can be dissociated by tool use. Cognition, 109(3), 363-371. doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2008.10.001
Collins, T., Schicke, T., and Röder, B. (2008). Action goal selection and motor planning can be dissociated by tool use. Cognition 109, 363-371.
Collins, T., Schicke, T., & Röder, B., 2008. Action goal selection and motor planning can be dissociated by tool use. Cognition, 109(3), p 363-371.
T. Collins, T. Schicke, and B. Röder, “Action goal selection and motor planning can be dissociated by tool use”, Cognition, vol. 109, 2008, pp. 363-371.
Collins, T., Schicke, T., Röder, B.: Action goal selection and motor planning can be dissociated by tool use. Cognition. 109, 363-371 (2008).
Collins, Thérèse, Schicke, Tobias, and Röder, Brigitte. “Action goal selection and motor planning can be dissociated by tool use”. Cognition 109.3 (2008): 363-371.
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