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Separable brain systems supporting cued versus self-initiated realization of delayed intentions

Separable brain systems supporting cued versus self-initiated realization of delayed intentions

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GILBERT, Sam J., Peter M. GOLLWITZER, Anna-Lisa COHEN, Gabriele OETTINGEN, Paul W. BURGESS, 2009. Separable brain systems supporting cued versus self-initiated realization of delayed intentions. In: Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 35(4), pp. 905-915

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