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. 2018 Dec 20;9:2384.
doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.02384. eCollection 2018.

Adjusting Sample Sizes for Different Categories of Embodied Cognition Research

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Adjusting Sample Sizes for Different Categories of Embodied Cognition Research

Alexander Skulmowski et al. Front Psychol. .
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Keywords: cognitive psychology; embodied cognition; methodology; replicability; statistics.

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