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Impact of the spatial congruence of redundant targets on within-modal and cross-modal integration

Bibliographic reference Girard, S. ; Pelland, M. ; Lepore, F. ; Collignon, O.. Impact of the spatial congruence of redundant targets on within-modal and cross-modal integration. In: Experimental Brain Research, Vol. 224, p. 275-285 (2012)
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