Automatic activation of task-related representations in task shifting

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STEINHAUSER, Marco, Ronald HÜBNER, 2007. Automatic activation of task-related representations in task shifting. In: Memory and Cognition. 35(1), pp. 138-155. ISSN 0090-502X. eISSN 1532-5946. Available under: doi: 10.3758/BF03195950

@article{Steinhauser2007Autom-11215, title={Automatic activation of task-related representations in task shifting}, year={2007}, doi={10.3758/BF03195950}, number={1}, volume={35}, issn={0090-502X}, journal={Memory and Cognition}, pages={138--155}, author={Steinhauser, Marco and Hübner, Ronald} }

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