The freely chosen tapping frequency of the index finger is increased over consecutive bouts of tapping

Ernst Albin Hansen, Jakob Rasmussen, Brian Duborg Ebbesen, Mark Holten Mora-Jensen, Ane Dalsgaard, Mahta Sardroodian, Pascal Madeleine

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OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelAbstracts of the 24th Annual Meeting of the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society, IBNS, 2-7 June 2015, Victoria, BC, Canada
Forlag International Behavioral Neuroscience Society
Publikationsdato2015
Sider63, No. 26
StatusUdgivet - 2015
BegivenhedAnnual Meeting of the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society, IBNS - Victoria, BC, Canada
Varighed: 2 jun. 20157 jun. 2015
Konferencens nummer: 24

Konference

KonferenceAnnual Meeting of the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society, IBNS
Nummer24
LandCanada
ByVictoria, BC
Periode02/06/201507/06/2015

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Hansen, E. A., Rasmussen, J., Ebbesen, B. D., Mora-Jensen, M. H., Dalsgaard, A., Sardroodian, M., & Madeleine, P. (2015). The freely chosen tapping frequency of the index finger is increased over consecutive bouts of tapping. I Abstracts of the 24th Annual Meeting of the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society, IBNS, 2-7 June 2015, Victoria, BC, Canada (s. 63, No. 26). International Behavioral Neuroscience Society.
Hansen, Ernst Albin ; Rasmussen, Jakob ; Ebbesen, Brian Duborg ; Mora-Jensen, Mark Holten ; Dalsgaard, Ane ; Sardroodian, Mahta ; Madeleine, Pascal. / The freely chosen tapping frequency of the index finger is increased over consecutive bouts of tapping. Abstracts of the 24th Annual Meeting of the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society, IBNS, 2-7 June 2015, Victoria, BC, Canada. International Behavioral Neuroscience Society, 2015. s. 63, No. 26
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The freely chosen tapping frequency of the index finger is increased over consecutive bouts of tapping. / Hansen, Ernst Albin; Rasmussen, Jakob; Ebbesen, Brian Duborg; Mora-Jensen, Mark Holten; Dalsgaard, Ane; Sardroodian, Mahta; Madeleine, Pascal.

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Hansen EA, Rasmussen J, Ebbesen BD, Mora-Jensen MH, Dalsgaard A, Sardroodian M et al. The freely chosen tapping frequency of the index finger is increased over consecutive bouts of tapping. I Abstracts of the 24th Annual Meeting of the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society, IBNS, 2-7 June 2015, Victoria, BC, Canada. International Behavioral Neuroscience Society. 2015. s. 63, No. 26