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Deconfounding the effects of congruency and task difficulty on hemispheric differences in global/local processing

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VOLBERG, Gregor, Ronald HÜBNER, 2007. Deconfounding the effects of congruency and task difficulty on hemispheric differences in global/local processing. In: Experimental Psychology. 54(1), pp. 83-88

@article{Volberg2007Decon-10235, title={Deconfounding the effects of congruency and task difficulty on hemispheric differences in global/local processing}, year={2007}, doi={10.1027/1618-3169.54.1.83}, number={1}, volume={54}, journal={Experimental Psychology}, pages={83--88}, author={Volberg, Gregor and Hübner, Ronald} }

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