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Face familiarity decisions take 200 msec in the human brain : electrophysiological evidence from a go/no-go speeded task

Bibliographic reference Caharel, Stephanie ; Ramon, Meike ; Rossion, Bruno. Face familiarity decisions take 200 msec in the human brain : electrophysiological evidence from a go/no-go speeded task. In: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Vol. 26, no.1, p. 81-95 (2014)
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