Oscillatory activity reflects differential use of spatial reference frames by sighted and blind individuals in tactile attention

Heed T, Schubert JTW, Buchholz VN, Föcker J, Engel AK, Röder B (2015)
NeuroImage (117): 417-428.

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Heed, TobiasUniBi ; Schubert, Jonathan T.W.; Buchholz, Verena N.; Föcker, Julia; Engel, Andreas K.; Röder, Brigitte
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2015
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NeuroImage
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117
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417-428
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1053-8119
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Heed T, Schubert JTW, Buchholz VN, Föcker J, Engel AK, Röder B. Oscillatory activity reflects differential use of spatial reference frames by sighted and blind individuals in tactile attention. NeuroImage. 2015;(117):417-428.
Heed, T., Schubert, J. T. W., Buchholz, V. N., Föcker, J., Engel, A. K., & Röder, B. (2015). Oscillatory activity reflects differential use of spatial reference frames by sighted and blind individuals in tactile attention. NeuroImage(117), 417-428.
Heed, T., Schubert, J. T. W., Buchholz, V. N., Föcker, J., Engel, A. K., and Röder, B. (2015). Oscillatory activity reflects differential use of spatial reference frames by sighted and blind individuals in tactile attention. NeuroImage, 417-428.
Heed, T., et al., 2015. Oscillatory activity reflects differential use of spatial reference frames by sighted and blind individuals in tactile attention. NeuroImage, (117), p 417-428.
T. Heed, et al., “Oscillatory activity reflects differential use of spatial reference frames by sighted and blind individuals in tactile attention”, NeuroImage, 2015, pp. 417-428.
Heed, T., Schubert, J.T.W., Buchholz, V.N., Föcker, J., Engel, A.K., Röder, B.: Oscillatory activity reflects differential use of spatial reference frames by sighted and blind individuals in tactile attention. NeuroImage. 417-428 (2015).
Heed, Tobias, Schubert, Jonathan T.W., Buchholz, Verena N., Föcker, Julia, Engel, Andreas K., and Röder, Brigitte. “Oscillatory activity reflects differential use of spatial reference frames by sighted and blind individuals in tactile attention”. NeuroImage 117 (2015): 417-428.
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