Going round the bend: persistent personal biases in walked angles

Jetzschke S, Ernst MO, Moscatelli A, Boeddeker N (2016)
Neuroscience Letters 617: 72-75.

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2016
Zeitschriftentitel
Neuroscience Letters
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617
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72-75
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0304-3940
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Jetzschke S, Ernst MO, Moscatelli A, Boeddeker N. Going round the bend: persistent personal biases in walked angles. Neuroscience Letters. 2016;617:72-75.
Jetzschke, S., Ernst, M. O., Moscatelli, A., & Boeddeker, N. (2016). Going round the bend: persistent personal biases in walked angles. Neuroscience Letters, 617, 72-75. doi:10.1016/j.neulet.2016.01.026
Jetzschke, S., Ernst, M. O., Moscatelli, A., and Boeddeker, N. (2016). Going round the bend: persistent personal biases in walked angles. Neuroscience Letters 617, 72-75.
Jetzschke, S., et al., 2016. Going round the bend: persistent personal biases in walked angles. Neuroscience Letters, 617, p 72-75.
S. Jetzschke, et al., “Going round the bend: persistent personal biases in walked angles”, Neuroscience Letters, vol. 617, 2016, pp. 72-75.
Jetzschke, S., Ernst, M.O., Moscatelli, A., Boeddeker, N.: Going round the bend: persistent personal biases in walked angles. Neuroscience Letters. 617, 72-75 (2016).
Jetzschke, Simon, Ernst, Marc O., Moscatelli, Alessandro, and Boeddeker, Norbert. “Going round the bend: persistent personal biases in walked angles”. Neuroscience Letters 617 (2016): 72-75.

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