Effects of Using Two Different Augmented Feedback Devices on the Learning Process of Modeled Movements

Velentzas K, Schütz C, Schack T (2015)
In: Advances in Visual Perception Research. Heinen T (Ed); New York: Nova: 269-278.

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Heinen, T
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2015
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Advances in Visual Perception Research
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269-278
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Velentzas K, Schütz C, Schack T. Effects of Using Two Different Augmented Feedback Devices on the Learning Process of Modeled Movements. In: Heinen T, ed. Advances in Visual Perception Research. New York: Nova; 2015: 269-278.
Velentzas, K., Schütz, C., & Schack, T. (2015). Effects of Using Two Different Augmented Feedback Devices on the Learning Process of Modeled Movements. In T. Heinen (Ed.), Advances in Visual Perception Research (pp. 269-278). New York: Nova.
Velentzas, K., Schütz, C., and Schack, T. (2015). “Effects of Using Two Different Augmented Feedback Devices on the Learning Process of Modeled Movements” in Advances in Visual Perception Research, Heinen, T. ed. (New York: Nova), 269-278.
Velentzas, K., Schütz, C., & Schack, T., 2015. Effects of Using Two Different Augmented Feedback Devices on the Learning Process of Modeled Movements. In T. Heinen, ed. Advances in Visual Perception Research. New York: Nova, pp. 269-278.
K. Velentzas, C. Schütz, and T. Schack, “Effects of Using Two Different Augmented Feedback Devices on the Learning Process of Modeled Movements”, Advances in Visual Perception Research, T. Heinen, ed., New York: Nova, 2015, pp.269-278.
Velentzas, K., Schütz, C., Schack, T.: Effects of Using Two Different Augmented Feedback Devices on the Learning Process of Modeled Movements. In: Heinen, T. (ed.) Advances in Visual Perception Research. p. 269-278. Nova, New York (2015).
Velentzas, Kostas, Schütz, Christoph, and Schack, Thomas. “Effects of Using Two Different Augmented Feedback Devices on the Learning Process of Modeled Movements”. Advances in Visual Perception Research. Ed. T Heinen. New York: Nova, 2015. 269-278.

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