Saccade-related activity in areas 18 and 21a of cats freely viewing complex scenes

Moeller GU, Kayser C, Konig P (2007)
Neuroreport 18(5): 401-4.

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Moeller GU, Kayser C, Konig P. Saccade-related activity in areas 18 and 21a of cats freely viewing complex scenes. Neuroreport. 2007;18(5):401-4.
Moeller, G. U., Kayser, C., & Konig, P. (2007). Saccade-related activity in areas 18 and 21a of cats freely viewing complex scenes. Neuroreport, 18(5), 401-4. doi:10.1097/WNR.0b013e3280125686
Moeller, G. U., Kayser, C., and Konig, P. (2007). Saccade-related activity in areas 18 and 21a of cats freely viewing complex scenes. Neuroreport 18, 401-4.
Moeller, G.U., Kayser, C., & Konig, P., 2007. Saccade-related activity in areas 18 and 21a of cats freely viewing complex scenes. Neuroreport, 18(5), p 401-4.
G.U. Moeller, C. Kayser, and P. Konig, “Saccade-related activity in areas 18 and 21a of cats freely viewing complex scenes”, Neuroreport, vol. 18, 2007, pp. 401-4.
Moeller, G.U., Kayser, C., Konig, P.: Saccade-related activity in areas 18 and 21a of cats freely viewing complex scenes. Neuroreport. 18, 401-4 (2007).
Moeller, G. U., Kayser, Christoph, and Konig, P. “Saccade-related activity in areas 18 and 21a of cats freely viewing complex scenes”. Neuroreport 18.5 (2007): 401-4.

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