Look don t look! How emotional pictures affect pro- and anti-saccades


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KISSLER, Johanna, Andreas KEIL, 2008. Look don t look! How emotional pictures affect pro- and anti-saccades. In: Experimental Brain Research. 188(2), pp. 215-222

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