Suppressive competition: how sounds may cheat sight

Kayser C, Remedios R (2012)
Neuron 73(4): 627-9.

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Kayser C, Remedios R. Suppressive competition: how sounds may cheat sight. Neuron. 2012;73(4):627-9.
Kayser, C., & Remedios, R. (2012). Suppressive competition: how sounds may cheat sight. Neuron, 73(4), 627-9. doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2012.02.001
Kayser, C., and Remedios, R. (2012). Suppressive competition: how sounds may cheat sight. Neuron 73, 627-9.
Kayser, C., & Remedios, R., 2012. Suppressive competition: how sounds may cheat sight. Neuron, 73(4), p 627-9.
C. Kayser and R. Remedios, “Suppressive competition: how sounds may cheat sight”, Neuron, vol. 73, 2012, pp. 627-9.
Kayser, C., Remedios, R.: Suppressive competition: how sounds may cheat sight. Neuron. 73, 627-9 (2012).
Kayser, Christoph, and Remedios, R. “Suppressive competition: how sounds may cheat sight”. Neuron 73.4 (2012): 627-9.
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