Phase resetting as a mechanism for supramodal attentional control

Kayser C (2009)
Neuron 64(3): 300-2.

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Kayser C. Phase resetting as a mechanism for supramodal attentional control. Neuron. 2009;64(3):300-2.
Kayser, C. (2009). Phase resetting as a mechanism for supramodal attentional control. Neuron, 64(3), 300-2. doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2009.10.022
Kayser, C. (2009). Phase resetting as a mechanism for supramodal attentional control. Neuron 64, 300-2.
Kayser, C., 2009. Phase resetting as a mechanism for supramodal attentional control. Neuron, 64(3), p 300-2.
C. Kayser, “Phase resetting as a mechanism for supramodal attentional control”, Neuron, vol. 64, 2009, pp. 300-2.
Kayser, C.: Phase resetting as a mechanism for supramodal attentional control. Neuron. 64, 300-2 (2009).
Kayser, Christoph. “Phase resetting as a mechanism for supramodal attentional control”. Neuron 64.3 (2009): 300-2.
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