Brain activity during motor control is not influenced after exhaustive strength training

K. Reinecke, M. Schubert, J. Schade, M. Weiß, J. Baumeister, in: Fatigue: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Essex, 2011.

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Reinecke K, Schubert M, Schade J, Weiß M, Baumeister J. Brain activity during motor control is not influenced after exhaustive strength training. In: Fatigue: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Essex; 2011.
Reinecke, K., Schubert, M., Schade, J., Weiß, M., & Baumeister, J. (2011). Brain activity during motor control is not influenced after exhaustive strength training. In Fatigue: An Interdisciplinary approach. Essex.
@inproceedings{Reinecke_Schubert_Schade_Weiß_Baumeister_2011, place={Essex}, title={Brain activity during motor control is not influenced after exhaustive strength training}, booktitle={Fatigue: An Interdisciplinary approach}, author={Reinecke, K and Schubert, M and Schade, J and Weiß, M and Baumeister, J}, year={2011} }
Reinecke, K, M Schubert, J Schade, M Weiß, and J Baumeister. “Brain Activity during Motor Control Is Not Influenced after Exhaustive Strength Training.” In Fatigue: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Essex, 2011.
K. Reinecke, M. Schubert, J. Schade, M. Weiß, and J. Baumeister, “Brain activity during motor control is not influenced after exhaustive strength training,” in Fatigue: An Interdisciplinary approach, 2011.
Reinecke, K., et al. “Brain Activity during Motor Control Is Not Influenced after Exhaustive Strength Training.” Fatigue: An Interdisciplinary Approach, 2011.

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