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Relating ACT-R buffer activation to EEG activity during an attentional blink task

van Vugt, M. K., 2012, 11th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling - ICCM2012. Rußwinkel, N., Drewitz, U. & van Rijn, H. (eds.). Universitaetsverlag der TU Berlin

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van Vugt, M. K. (2012). Relating ACT-R buffer activation to EEG activity during an attentional blink task. In N. Rußwinkel, U. Drewitz, & H. van Rijn (Eds.), 11th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling - ICCM2012 Universitaetsverlag der TU Berlin.

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van Vugt, M. K. / Relating ACT-R buffer activation to EEG activity during an attentional blink task. 11th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling - ICCM2012. editor / N. Rußwinkel ; U. Drewitz ; H. van Rijn. Universitaetsverlag der TU Berlin, 2012.

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van Vugt, MK 2012, Relating ACT-R buffer activation to EEG activity during an attentional blink task. in N Rußwinkel, U Drewitz & H van Rijn (eds), 11th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling - ICCM2012. Universitaetsverlag der TU Berlin.

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Relating ACT-R buffer activation to EEG activity during an attentional blink task. / van Vugt, M. K.

11th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling - ICCM2012. ed. / N. Rußwinkel; U. Drewitz; H. van Rijn. Universitaetsverlag der TU Berlin, 2012.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionAcademicpeer-review

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van Vugt MK. Relating ACT-R buffer activation to EEG activity during an attentional blink task. In Rußwinkel N, Drewitz U, van Rijn H, editors, 11th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling - ICCM2012. Universitaetsverlag der TU Berlin. 2012


BibTeX

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