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Investigating the role of conflict resolution in memory updating by means of the one-back choice RT task

Bibliographic reference Szmalec, Arnaud ; Demanet, Jelle ; Vandierendonck, André ; Verbruggen, Frederick. Investigating the role of conflict resolution in memory updating by means of the one-back choice RT task. In: Psychological Research : an international journal of perception, attention, memory and action, Vol. 73, no.3, p. 390-406 (2008)
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