Individuals physically interacting in a group rapidly coordinate their movement by estimating the collective goal

Takagi A, Hirashima M, Nozaki D, Burdet E (2019)
eLife 8: e41328.

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Takagi A, Hirashima M, Nozaki D, Burdet E. Individuals physically interacting in a group rapidly coordinate their movement by estimating the collective goal. eLife. 2019;8: e41328.
Takagi, A., Hirashima, M., Nozaki, D., & Burdet, E. (2019). Individuals physically interacting in a group rapidly coordinate their movement by estimating the collective goal. eLife, 8, e41328. doi:10.7554/elife.41328
Takagi, A., Hirashima, M., Nozaki, D., and Burdet, E. (2019). Individuals physically interacting in a group rapidly coordinate their movement by estimating the collective goal. eLife 8:e41328.
Takagi, A., et al., 2019. Individuals physically interacting in a group rapidly coordinate their movement by estimating the collective goal. eLife, 8: e41328.
A. Takagi, et al., “Individuals physically interacting in a group rapidly coordinate their movement by estimating the collective goal”, eLife, vol. 8, 2019, : e41328.
Takagi, A., Hirashima, M., Nozaki, D., Burdet, E.: Individuals physically interacting in a group rapidly coordinate their movement by estimating the collective goal. eLife. 8, : e41328 (2019).
Takagi, Atsushi, Hirashima, Masaya, Nozaki, Daichi, and Burdet, Etienne. “Individuals physically interacting in a group rapidly coordinate their movement by estimating the collective goal”. eLife 8 (2019): e41328.

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