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Tracking the attentional blink profile : a cross-sectional study from childhood to adolescence

Tracking the attentional blink profile : a cross-sectional study from childhood to adolescence

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HEIM, Sabine, April A. BENASICH, Nadine WIRTH, Andreas KEIL, 2015. Tracking the attentional blink profile : a cross-sectional study from childhood to adolescence. In: Psychological Research. 79(1), pp. 19-27. ISSN 0340-0727. eISSN 1430-2772

@article{Heim2015Track-30747, title={Tracking the attentional blink profile : a cross-sectional study from childhood to adolescence}, year={2015}, doi={10.1007/s00426-013-0530-8}, number={1}, volume={79}, issn={0340-0727}, journal={Psychological Research}, pages={19--27}, author={Heim, Sabine and Benasich, April A. and Wirth, Nadine and Keil, Andreas} }

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