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On the dynamic information underlying visual anticipation skill

By R. Huys, Nicholas Smeeton, N.J. Hodges, P.J. Beek and A.M. Williams
Topics: C600 Sport and Exercise Science, C813 Sport and Exercise Psychology
Publisher: Psychonomic Society; Springer Verlag
Year: 2008
DOI identifier: 10.3758/PP.70.7.1217
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