Smooth at one end and rough at the other: influence of object texture on grasping behaviour

Glowania C, Brenner E, Plaisier MA (2017)
Experimental Brain Research 235(9): 2821-2827.

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Glowania, CatharinaUniBi; Brenner, E.; Plaisier, M. A.
Erscheinungsjahr
2017
Zeitschriftentitel
Experimental Brain Research
Band
235
Ausgabe
9
Seite(n)
2821-2827
ISSN
0014-4819, 1432-1106
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2913319

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Glowania C, Brenner E, Plaisier MA. Smooth at one end and rough at the other: influence of object texture on grasping behaviour. Experimental Brain Research. 2017;235(9):2821-2827.
Glowania, C., Brenner, E., & Plaisier, M. A. (2017). Smooth at one end and rough at the other: influence of object texture on grasping behaviour. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9), 2821-2827. doi:10.1007/s00221-017-5016-2
Glowania, C., Brenner, E., and Plaisier, M. A. (2017). Smooth at one end and rough at the other: influence of object texture on grasping behaviour. Experimental Brain Research 235, 2821-2827.
Glowania, C., Brenner, E., & Plaisier, M.A., 2017. Smooth at one end and rough at the other: influence of object texture on grasping behaviour. Experimental Brain Research, 235(9), p 2821-2827.
C. Glowania, E. Brenner, and M.A. Plaisier, “Smooth at one end and rough at the other: influence of object texture on grasping behaviour”, Experimental Brain Research, vol. 235, 2017, pp. 2821-2827.
Glowania, C., Brenner, E., Plaisier, M.A.: Smooth at one end and rough at the other: influence of object texture on grasping behaviour. Experimental Brain Research. 235, 2821-2827 (2017).
Glowania, Catharina, Brenner, E., and Plaisier, M. A. “Smooth at one end and rough at the other: influence of object texture on grasping behaviour”. Experimental Brain Research 235.9 (2017): 2821-2827.

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