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Are better eye movements an advantage in ball games? A study of prosaccadic and antisaccadic eye movements.

(2000) PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS. 91(2). p.546-552
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Lenoir, Matthieu, Luc Crevits, M GOETHALS, et al. “Are Better Eye Movements an Advantage in Ball Games? A Study of Prosaccadic and Antisaccadic Eye Movements.” PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS 91.2 (2000): 546–552. Print.
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Lenoir, Matthieu, Crevits, L., GOETHALS, M., WILDENBEEST, J., & Musch, E. (2000). Are better eye movements an advantage in ball games? A study of prosaccadic and antisaccadic eye movements. PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS, 91(2), 546–552.
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Lenoir, Matthieu, Luc Crevits, M GOETHALS, J WILDENBEEST, and Emilienne Musch. 2000. “Are Better Eye Movements an Advantage in Ball Games? A Study of Prosaccadic and Antisaccadic Eye Movements.” Perceptual and Motor Skills 91 (2): 546–552.
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Lenoir, Matthieu, Luc Crevits, M GOETHALS, J WILDENBEEST, and Emilienne Musch. 2000. “Are Better Eye Movements an Advantage in Ball Games? A Study of Prosaccadic and Antisaccadic Eye Movements.” Perceptual and Motor Skills 91 (2): 546–552.
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Lenoir M, Crevits L, GOETHALS M, WILDENBEEST J, Musch E. Are better eye movements an advantage in ball games? A study of prosaccadic and antisaccadic eye movements. PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS. 2000;91(2):546–52.
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M. Lenoir, L. Crevits, M. GOETHALS, J. WILDENBEEST, and E. Musch, “Are better eye movements an advantage in ball games? A study of prosaccadic and antisaccadic eye movements.,” PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS, vol. 91, no. 2, pp. 546–552, 2000.
@article{126517,
  author       = {Lenoir, Matthieu and Crevits, Luc and GOETHALS, M and WILDENBEEST, J and Musch, Emilienne},
  issn         = {0031-5125},
  journal      = {PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {546--552},
  title        = {Are better eye movements an advantage in ball games? A study of prosaccadic and antisaccadic eye movements.},
  volume       = {91},
  year         = {2000},
}

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