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Counterproductive effect of saccadic suppression during attention shifts

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Bibliographic reference Zenon, Alexandre ; Corneil, Brian D. ; Alamia, Andrea ; Filali-Sadouk, Nabil ; Olivier, Etienne. Counterproductive effect of saccadic suppression during attention shifts. In: PLoS ONE, Vol. 9, no. 1, p. e86633 [1-12] (2014)
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