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Dancing with the SNARC : Measuring spatial-numerical associations on a digital dance mat

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FISCHER, Ursula, Korbinian MOELLER, Friderike CLASS, Stefan HUBER, Ulrike CRESS, Hans-Christoph NUERK, 2016. Dancing with the SNARC : Measuring spatial-numerical associations on a digital dance mat. In: Canadian journal of experimental psychology = Revue canadienne de psychologie experimentale. 70(4), pp. 306-315. ISSN 1196-1961. eISSN 1878-7290. Available under: doi: 10.1037/cep0000084

@article{Fischer2016-12Danci-45013, title={Dancing with the SNARC : Measuring spatial-numerical associations on a digital dance mat}, year={2016}, doi={10.1037/cep0000084}, number={4}, volume={70}, issn={1196-1961}, journal={Canadian journal of experimental psychology = Revue canadienne de psychologie experimentale}, pages={306--315}, author={Fischer, Ursula and Moeller, Korbinian and Class, Friderike and Huber, Stefan and Cress, Ulrike and Nuerk, Hans-Christoph} }

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