Understanding the Correspondences: Introduction to the Special Issue on Crossmodal Correspondences

Parise C, Spence C, Deroy O (2015)
Multisensory Research 29(1-3): 1-6.

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Parise, CesareUniBi; Spence, Charles; Deroy, Ophelia
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2015
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Multisensory Research
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29
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1-3
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1-6
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2213-4794
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2213-4808
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Parise C, Spence C, Deroy O. Understanding the Correspondences: Introduction to the Special Issue on Crossmodal Correspondences. Multisensory Research. 2015;29(1-3):1-6.
Parise, C., Spence, C., & Deroy, O. (2015). Understanding the Correspondences: Introduction to the Special Issue on Crossmodal Correspondences. Multisensory Research, 29(1-3), 1-6. doi:10.1163/22134808-00002517
Parise, C., Spence, C., and Deroy, O. (2015). Understanding the Correspondences: Introduction to the Special Issue on Crossmodal Correspondences. Multisensory Research 29, 1-6.
Parise, C., Spence, C., & Deroy, O., 2015. Understanding the Correspondences: Introduction to the Special Issue on Crossmodal Correspondences. Multisensory Research, 29(1-3), p 1-6.
C. Parise, C. Spence, and O. Deroy, “Understanding the Correspondences: Introduction to the Special Issue on Crossmodal Correspondences”, Multisensory Research, vol. 29, 2015, pp. 1-6.
Parise, C., Spence, C., Deroy, O.: Understanding the Correspondences: Introduction to the Special Issue on Crossmodal Correspondences. Multisensory Research. 29, 1-6 (2015).
Parise, Cesare, Spence, Charles, and Deroy, Ophelia. “Understanding the Correspondences: Introduction to the Special Issue on Crossmodal Correspondences”. Multisensory Research 29.1-3 (2015): 1-6.

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