Why motor imagery isn’t really motoric: Towards a reconceptualization in terms of effect-based action control.

Bach P, Frank C, Kunde W (2021) .

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Bach, Patric; Frank, CorneliaUniBi ; Kunde, Wilfried
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2021
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Bach P, Frank C, Kunde W. Why motor imagery isn’t really motoric: Towards a reconceptualization in terms of effect-based action control. 2021.
Bach, P., Frank, C., & Kunde, W. (2021). Why motor imagery isn’t really motoric: Towards a reconceptualization in terms of effect-based action control. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/bkf76
Bach, P., Frank, C., and Kunde, W. (2021). Why motor imagery isn’t really motoric: Towards a reconceptualization in terms of effect-based action control.
Bach, P., Frank, C., & Kunde, W., 2021. Why motor imagery isn’t really motoric: Towards a reconceptualization in terms of effect-based action control.
P. Bach, C. Frank, and W. Kunde, “Why motor imagery isn’t really motoric: Towards a reconceptualization in terms of effect-based action control.”, 2021.
Bach, P., Frank, C., Kunde, W.: Why motor imagery isn’t really motoric: Towards a reconceptualization in terms of effect-based action control. (2021).
Bach, Patric, Frank, Cornelia, and Kunde, Wilfried. “Why motor imagery isn’t really motoric: Towards a reconceptualization in terms of effect-based action control.”. (2021).

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