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Oculomotor prediction of accelerative target motion during occlusion: long-term and short-term effects

Bibliographic reference Bennett, Simon J. ; Orban de Xivry, Jean-Jacques ; Lefèvre, Philippe ; Barnes, Graham R.. Oculomotor prediction of accelerative target motion during occlusion: long-term and short-term effects. In: Experimental Brain Research, Vol. 204, no. 4, p. 493-504 (2010)
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