The influence of the immediate visual context on incremental thematic role-assignment: Evidence from eye-movements in depicted events

Knoeferle P, Crocker MW, Scheepers C, Pickering MJ (2005)
Cognition 95(1): 95-127.

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Knoeferle P, Crocker MW, Scheepers C, Pickering MJ. The influence of the immediate visual context on incremental thematic role-assignment: Evidence from eye-movements in depicted events. Cognition. 2005;95(1):95-127.
Knoeferle, P., Crocker, M. W., Scheepers, C., & Pickering, M. J. (2005). The influence of the immediate visual context on incremental thematic role-assignment: Evidence from eye-movements in depicted events. Cognition, 95(1), 95-127.
Knoeferle, P., Crocker, M. W., Scheepers, C., and Pickering, M. J. (2005). The influence of the immediate visual context on incremental thematic role-assignment: Evidence from eye-movements in depicted events. Cognition 95, 95-127.
Knoeferle, P., et al., 2005. The influence of the immediate visual context on incremental thematic role-assignment: Evidence from eye-movements in depicted events. Cognition, 95(1), p 95-127.
P. Knoeferle, et al., “The influence of the immediate visual context on incremental thematic role-assignment: Evidence from eye-movements in depicted events”, Cognition, vol. 95, 2005, pp. 95-127.
Knoeferle, P., Crocker, M.W., Scheepers, C., Pickering, M.J.: The influence of the immediate visual context on incremental thematic role-assignment: Evidence from eye-movements in depicted events. Cognition. 95, 95-127 (2005).
Knoeferle, Pia, Crocker, Matthew W., Scheepers, Christoph, and Pickering, Martin J. “The influence of the immediate visual context on incremental thematic role-assignment: Evidence from eye-movements in depicted events”. Cognition 95.1 (2005): 95-127.
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