Embodied cognition, abstract concepts, and the benefits of new technology for implicit body manipulation

K. Dijkstra, A. Eerland, J. Zijlmans, L.S. Post

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Embodied cognition, abstract concepts, and the benefits of new technology for implicit body manipulation. / Dijkstra, K.; Eerland, A.; Zijlmans, J.; Post, L.S.

In: Frontiers in Psychology, Vol. 5, 757, 2014.

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