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Response execution, selection, or activation : what is sufficient for response-related repetition effects under task shifting?

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HÜBNER, Ronald, Michel D. DRUEY, 2005. Response execution, selection, or activation : what is sufficient for response-related repetition effects under task shifting?. In: Psychological Research. 70(4), pp. 245-261. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s00426-005-0219-8

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