Perceptual drifts of real and artificial limbs in the rubber hand illusion

Fuchs X, Riemer M, Diers M, Flor H, Trojan J (2016)
Scientific Reports 6: 24362.

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Fuchs X, Riemer M, Diers M, Flor H, Trojan J. Perceptual drifts of real and artificial limbs in the rubber hand illusion. Scientific Reports. 2016;6: 24362.
Fuchs, X., Riemer, M., Diers, M., Flor, H., & Trojan, J. (2016). Perceptual drifts of real and artificial limbs in the rubber hand illusion. Scientific Reports, 6, 24362. doi:10.1038/srep24362
Fuchs, X., Riemer, M., Diers, M., Flor, H., and Trojan, J. (2016). Perceptual drifts of real and artificial limbs in the rubber hand illusion. Scientific Reports 6:24362.
Fuchs, X., et al., 2016. Perceptual drifts of real and artificial limbs in the rubber hand illusion. Scientific Reports, 6: 24362.
X. Fuchs, et al., “Perceptual drifts of real and artificial limbs in the rubber hand illusion”, Scientific Reports, vol. 6, 2016, : 24362.
Fuchs, X., Riemer, M., Diers, M., Flor, H., Trojan, J.: Perceptual drifts of real and artificial limbs in the rubber hand illusion. Scientific Reports. 6, : 24362 (2016).
Fuchs, Xaver, Riemer, Martin, Diers, Martin, Flor, Herta, and Trojan, Jörg. “Perceptual drifts of real and artificial limbs in the rubber hand illusion”. Scientific Reports 6 (2016): 24362.
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