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Effects of stimulus features and instruction on response coding, selection, and inhibition : Evidence from repetition effects under task switching

Effects of stimulus features and instruction on response coding, selection, and inhibition : Evidence from repetition effects under task switching

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DRUEY, Michel D., Ronald HÜBNER, 2008. Effects of stimulus features and instruction on response coding, selection, and inhibition : Evidence from repetition effects under task switching. In: The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 61(10), pp. 1573-1599

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