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Enactment effects and integration processes in younger and older adults' memory for actions

Bibliographic reference Feyereisen, Pierre. Enactment effects and integration processes in younger and older adults' memory for actions. In: Memory (Hove, England), Vol. 17, no. 4, p. 374-85 (2009)
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