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Processing numerosity, length and duration in a three-dimensional Stroop-like task : towards a gradient of processing automaticity?

Bibliographic reference Dormal, Valérie ; Pesenti, Mauro. Processing numerosity, length and duration in a three-dimensional Stroop-like task : towards a gradient of processing automaticity?. In: Psychological Research : an international journal of perception, attention, memory and action, Vol. 77, no. 2, p. 116-127 (2013)
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