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English: One of the four sounds that were used as stimuli. Note that volume was adjusted for presentation.
Source S3 Sound from Michelmann S, Bowman H, Hanslmayr S (2016). "The Temporal Signature of Memories: Identification of a General Mechanism for Dynamic Memory Replay in Humans". PLOS Biology. DOI:10.1371/journal.pbio.1002528. PMID 27494601. PMC: 4975452.
Author Michelmann S, Bowman H, Hanslmayr S
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