Towards the measurement of event-related EEG activity in real-life working environments.

Wascher E, Heppner H, Hoffmann S (2014)
Int J Psychophysiol 91(1): 3-9.

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Wascher E, Heppner H, Hoffmann S. Towards the measurement of event-related EEG activity in real-life working environments. Int J Psychophysiol. 2014;91(1):3-9.
Wascher, E., Heppner, H., & Hoffmann, S. (2014). Towards the measurement of event-related EEG activity in real-life working environments. Int J Psychophysiol, 91(1), 3-9. doi:10.1016/j.ijpsycho.2013.10.006
Wascher, E., Heppner, H., and Hoffmann, S. (2014). Towards the measurement of event-related EEG activity in real-life working environments. Int J Psychophysiol 91, 3-9.
Wascher, E., Heppner, H., & Hoffmann, S., 2014. Towards the measurement of event-related EEG activity in real-life working environments. Int J Psychophysiol, 91(1), p 3-9.
E. Wascher, H. Heppner, and S. Hoffmann, “Towards the measurement of event-related EEG activity in real-life working environments.”, Int J Psychophysiol, vol. 91, 2014, pp. 3-9.
Wascher, E., Heppner, H., Hoffmann, S.: Towards the measurement of event-related EEG activity in real-life working environments. Int J Psychophysiol. 91, 3-9 (2014).
Wascher, E, Heppner, H, and Hoffmann, S. “Towards the measurement of event-related EEG activity in real-life working environments.”. Int J Psychophysiol 91.1 (2014): 3-9.
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