Werner Wippich and learning strategies in humans Stress modulates the use of spatial versus stimulus-response

@inproceedings{Schwabe2007WernerWA,
  title={Werner Wippich and learning strategies in humans Stress modulates the use of spatial versus stimulus-response},
  author={Lars Schwabe and Melly S. Oitzl and Christine Philippsen and Steffen Richter and Andreas Bohringer and Werner Wippich and Hartmut Schachinger},
  year={2007}
}
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