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Dissociation of part-based and integrated neural responses to faces by means of electroencephalographic frequency tagging.

Bibliographic reference Boremanse, Adriano ; Norcia , Anthony M ; Rossion, Bruno. Dissociation of part-based and integrated neural responses to faces by means of electroencephalographic frequency tagging.. In: European Journal of Neuroscience, Vol. 40, no.6, p. 2987-2997 (2014)
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