Human Gamma Band Activity and Perception of a Gestalt

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KEIL, Andreas, Matthias M. MÜLLER, William J. RAY, Thomas GRUBER, Thomas ELBERT, 1999. Human Gamma Band Activity and Perception of a Gestalt. In: Journal of Neuroscience, August. 19(16), pp. 7152-7161

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