In support of a distinction between voluntary and stimulus-driven control: a review of the literature on proportion congruent effects

Bugg, Julie M.; Crump, Matthew J. C.; Egner, Tobias; Heinemann, Alexander; Gottschalk, Caroline
September 2012
Frontiers in Psychology;Sep2012, Vol. 3, p1
Academic Journal
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