The role of alpha oscillations in temporal attention

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HANSLMAYR, Simon, Joachim GROSS, Wolfgang KLIMESCH, Kimron L. SHAPIRO, 2011. The role of alpha oscillations in temporal attention. In: Brain Research Reviews. 67(1-2), pp. 331-343. ISSN 0165-0173. eISSN 1872-6321. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.brainresrev.2011.04.002

@article{Hanslmayr2011-06-24alpha-17056, title={The role of alpha oscillations in temporal attention}, year={2011}, doi={10.1016/j.brainresrev.2011.04.002}, number={1-2}, volume={67}, issn={0165-0173}, journal={Brain Research Reviews}, pages={331--343}, author={Hanslmayr, Simon and Gross, Joachim and Klimesch, Wolfgang and Shapiro, Kimron L.} }

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