Visual evoked potentials in the forebrain of the pigeon

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DELIUS, Juan, Denis PARKER, 1972. Visual evoked potentials in the forebrain of the pigeon. In: Experimental Brain Research. 14(2). ISSN 0014-4819. Available under: doi: 10.1007/BF00234799

@article{Delius1972Visua-20299, title={Visual evoked potentials in the forebrain of the pigeon}, year={1972}, doi={10.1007/BF00234799}, number={2}, volume={14}, issn={0014-4819}, journal={Experimental Brain Research}, author={Delius, Juan and Parker, Denis} }

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