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, Annexe Annexe 1. Liste des publications (N = 5)

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S. Droit-volet, S. Fayolle, M. Lamotte, and S. Gil, Time, emotion and the embodiment of timing. Timing and Time Perception, vol.1, pp.99-126, 2013.
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