Processing of hierarchic stimulus structures has advantages in humans and animals


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SIEMANN, Martina, Juan DELIUS, 1994. Processing of hierarchic stimulus structures has advantages in humans and animals. In: Biological Cybernetics. 71(6), pp. 531-536. ISSN 0340-1200. Available under: doi: 10.1007/BF00198471

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