Retinal image shifts, but not eye movements per se, cause alternations in awareness during binocular rivalry

van Dam L, van Ee R (2006)
JOURNAL OF VISION 6(11): 3.

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van Dam, LoesUniBi ; van Ee, Raymond
Erscheinungsjahr
2006
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JOURNAL OF VISION
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6
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11
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3
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1534-7362
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van Dam L, van Ee R. Retinal image shifts, but not eye movements per se, cause alternations in awareness during binocular rivalry. JOURNAL OF VISION. 2006;6(11):3.
van Dam, L., & van Ee, R. (2006). Retinal image shifts, but not eye movements per se, cause alternations in awareness during binocular rivalry. JOURNAL OF VISION, 6(11), 3. https://doi.org/10.1167/6.11.3
van Dam, L., and van Ee, R. (2006). Retinal image shifts, but not eye movements per se, cause alternations in awareness during binocular rivalry. JOURNAL OF VISION 6, 3.
van Dam, L., & van Ee, R., 2006. Retinal image shifts, but not eye movements per se, cause alternations in awareness during binocular rivalry. JOURNAL OF VISION, 6(11), p 3.
L. van Dam and R. van Ee, “Retinal image shifts, but not eye movements per se, cause alternations in awareness during binocular rivalry”, JOURNAL OF VISION, vol. 6, 2006, pp. 3.
van Dam, L., van Ee, R.: Retinal image shifts, but not eye movements per se, cause alternations in awareness during binocular rivalry. JOURNAL OF VISION. 6, 3 (2006).
van Dam, Loes, and van Ee, Raymond. “Retinal image shifts, but not eye movements per se, cause alternations in awareness during binocular rivalry”. JOURNAL OF VISION 6.11 (2006): 3.

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