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The Effect of Element Spacing on Hemispheric Asymmetries for Global/ LocaI Processing

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The Effect of Element Spacing on Hemispheric Asymmetries for Global/ LocaI Processing

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SCHLÖSSER, Jan, Ronald HÜBNER, Tobias STUDER, 2009. The Effect of Element Spacing on Hemispheric Asymmetries for Global/ LocaI Processing. In: Experimental Psychology. 56(5), pp. 321-328. ISSN 1618-3169. eISSN 2190-5142. Available under: doi: 10.1027/1618-3169.56.5.321

@article{Schlosser2009Effec-10882, title={The Effect of Element Spacing on Hemispheric Asymmetries for Global/ LocaI Processing}, year={2009}, doi={10.1027/1618-3169.56.5.321}, number={5}, volume={56}, issn={1618-3169}, journal={Experimental Psychology}, pages={321--328}, author={Schlösser, Jan and Hübner, Ronald and Studer, Tobias} }

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