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Rate of change of angular bearing as the relevant property in a horizontal interception task during locomotion.

(2002) JOURNAL OF MOTOR BEHAVIOR. 34(4). p.385-401
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Lenoir, Matthieu, Emilienne Musch, Evert Thiery, et al. “Rate of Change of Angular Bearing as the Relevant Property in a Horizontal Interception Task During Locomotion.” JOURNAL OF MOTOR BEHAVIOR 34.4 (2002): 385–401. Print.
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Lenoir, Matthieu, Musch, E., Thiery, E., & SAVELSBERGH, G. (2002). Rate of change of angular bearing as the relevant property in a horizontal interception task during locomotion. JOURNAL OF MOTOR BEHAVIOR, 34(4), 385–401.
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Lenoir, Matthieu, Emilienne Musch, Evert Thiery, and GJP SAVELSBERGH. 2002. “Rate of Change of Angular Bearing as the Relevant Property in a Horizontal Interception Task During Locomotion.” Journal of Motor Behavior 34 (4): 385–401.
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Lenoir, Matthieu, Emilienne Musch, Evert Thiery, and GJP SAVELSBERGH. 2002. “Rate of Change of Angular Bearing as the Relevant Property in a Horizontal Interception Task During Locomotion.” Journal of Motor Behavior 34 (4): 385–401.
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Lenoir M, Musch E, Thiery E, SAVELSBERGH G. Rate of change of angular bearing as the relevant property in a horizontal interception task during locomotion. JOURNAL OF MOTOR BEHAVIOR. 2002;34(4):385–401.
IEEE
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M. Lenoir, E. Musch, E. Thiery, and G. SAVELSBERGH, “Rate of change of angular bearing as the relevant property in a horizontal interception task during locomotion.,” JOURNAL OF MOTOR BEHAVIOR, vol. 34, no. 4, pp. 385–401, 2002.
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  author       = {Lenoir, Matthieu and Musch, Emilienne and Thiery, Evert and SAVELSBERGH, GJP},
  issn         = {0022-2895},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF MOTOR BEHAVIOR},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {385--401},
  title        = {Rate of change of angular bearing as the relevant property in a horizontal interception task during locomotion.},
  volume       = {34},
  year         = {2002},
}

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