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Mind Your Grip: Even Usual Dexterous Manipulation Requires High Level Cognition.

Bibliographic reference Guillery, Erwan ; Mouraux, André ; Thonnard, Jean-Louis ; Legrain, Valéry. Mind Your Grip: Even Usual Dexterous Manipulation Requires High Level Cognition.. In: Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, Vol. 11, p. 220 (2017)
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