Perceptual attraction in tool-use: evidence for a reliability-based weighting mechanism

Debats N, Ernst MO, Heuer H (2017)
Journal of Neurophysiology 117(4): 1569-1580.

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Journal of Neurophysiology
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Debats N, Ernst MO, Heuer H. Perceptual attraction in tool-use: evidence for a reliability-based weighting mechanism. Journal of Neurophysiology. 2017;117(4):1569-1580.
Debats, N., Ernst, M. O., & Heuer, H. (2017). Perceptual attraction in tool-use: evidence for a reliability-based weighting mechanism. Journal of Neurophysiology, 117(4), 1569-1580. doi:10.1152/jn.00724.2016
Debats, N., Ernst, M. O., and Heuer, H. (2017). Perceptual attraction in tool-use: evidence for a reliability-based weighting mechanism. Journal of Neurophysiology 117, 1569-1580.
Debats, N., Ernst, M.O., & Heuer, H., 2017. Perceptual attraction in tool-use: evidence for a reliability-based weighting mechanism. Journal of Neurophysiology, 117(4), p 1569-1580.
N. Debats, M.O. Ernst, and H. Heuer, “Perceptual attraction in tool-use: evidence for a reliability-based weighting mechanism”, Journal of Neurophysiology, vol. 117, 2017, pp. 1569-1580.
Debats, N., Ernst, M.O., Heuer, H.: Perceptual attraction in tool-use: evidence for a reliability-based weighting mechanism. Journal of Neurophysiology. 117, 1569-1580 (2017).
Debats, Nienke, Ernst, Marc O., and Heuer, Herbert. “Perceptual attraction in tool-use: evidence for a reliability-based weighting mechanism”. Journal of Neurophysiology 117.4 (2017): 1569-1580.

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