Which limb is it? Responses to vibrotactile stimulation in early infancy

Somogyi E, Jacquey L, Heed T, Hoffmann M, Lockmann J, Granjon L, Fagard J, O'Regan K (2018)
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 36(3): 384-401.

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Somogyi E, Jacquey L, Heed T, et al. Which limb is it? Responses to vibrotactile stimulation in early infancy. British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 2018;36(3):384-401.
Somogyi, E., Jacquey, L., Heed, T., Hoffmann, M., Lockmann, J., Granjon, L., Fagard, J., et al. (2018). Which limb is it? Responses to vibrotactile stimulation in early infancy. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 36(3), 384-401. doi:10.1111/bjdp.12224
Somogyi, E., Jacquey, L., Heed, T., Hoffmann, M., Lockmann, J., Granjon, L., Fagard, J., and O'Regan, K. (2018). Which limb is it? Responses to vibrotactile stimulation in early infancy. British Journal of Developmental Psychology 36, 384-401.
Somogyi, E., et al., 2018. Which limb is it? Responses to vibrotactile stimulation in early infancy. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 36(3), p 384-401.
E. Somogyi, et al., “Which limb is it? Responses to vibrotactile stimulation in early infancy”, British Journal of Developmental Psychology, vol. 36, 2018, pp. 384-401.
Somogyi, E., Jacquey, L., Heed, T., Hoffmann, M., Lockmann, J., Granjon, L., Fagard, J., O'Regan, K.: Which limb is it? Responses to vibrotactile stimulation in early infancy. British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 36, 384-401 (2018).
Somogyi, Eszter, Jacquey, Lisa, Heed, Tobias, Hoffmann, Matej, Lockmann, Jeffrey, Granjon, Lionel, Fagard, Jacqueline, and O'Regan, Kevin. “Which limb is it? Responses to vibrotactile stimulation in early infancy”. British Journal of Developmental Psychology 36.3 (2018): 384-401.
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