The role of (micro)saccades and blinks in perceptual bi-stability from slant rivalry

van Dam L, van Ee R (2005)
VISION RESEARCH 45(18): 2417-2435.

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van Dam L, van Ee R. The role of (micro)saccades and blinks in perceptual bi-stability from slant rivalry. VISION RESEARCH. 2005;45(18):2417-2435.
van Dam, L., & van Ee, R. (2005). The role of (micro)saccades and blinks in perceptual bi-stability from slant rivalry. VISION RESEARCH, 45(18), 2417-2435.
van Dam, Loes, and van Ee, R. 2005. “The role of (micro)saccades and blinks in perceptual bi-stability from slant rivalry”. VISION RESEARCH 45 (18): 2417-2435.
van Dam, L., and van Ee, R. (2005). The role of (micro)saccades and blinks in perceptual bi-stability from slant rivalry. VISION RESEARCH 45, 2417-2435.
van Dam, L., & van Ee, R., 2005. The role of (micro)saccades and blinks in perceptual bi-stability from slant rivalry. VISION RESEARCH, 45(18), p 2417-2435.
L. van Dam and R. van Ee, “The role of (micro)saccades and blinks in perceptual bi-stability from slant rivalry”, VISION RESEARCH, vol. 45, 2005, pp. 2417-2435.
van Dam, L., van Ee, R.: The role of (micro)saccades and blinks in perceptual bi-stability from slant rivalry. VISION RESEARCH. 45, 2417-2435 (2005).
van Dam, Loes, and van Ee, R. “The role of (micro)saccades and blinks in perceptual bi-stability from slant rivalry”. VISION RESEARCH 45.18 (2005): 2417-2435.

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