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Level of uncertainty and brain damage: a reaction time test of attention for clinical use.

Bibliographic reference Wyns, Christine ; Bruyer, Raymond. Level of uncertainty and brain damage: a reaction time test of attention for clinical use.. In: The International journal of neuroscience, Vol. 40, no. 3-4, p. 153-65 (1988)
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