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Influence of finger and mouth action observation on random number generation: an instance of embodied cognition for abstract concepts

Bibliographic reference Grade, Stéphane ; Badets, Arnaud ; Pesenti, Mauro. Influence of finger and mouth action observation on random number generation: an instance of embodied cognition for abstract concepts. In: Psychological Research, Vol. 81, p. 538-548 (2017)
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