Situated Sentence Processing: The Coordinated Interplay Account and a Neurobehavioral Model

Crocker MW, Knoeferle P, Mayberry M (2010)
Brain and Language 112(3): 189-201.

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Crocker MW, Knoeferle P, Mayberry M. Situated Sentence Processing: The Coordinated Interplay Account and a Neurobehavioral Model. Brain and Language. 2010;112(3):189-201.
Crocker, M. W., Knoeferle, P., & Mayberry, M. (2010). Situated Sentence Processing: The Coordinated Interplay Account and a Neurobehavioral Model. Brain and Language, 112(3), 189-201.
Crocker, M. W., Knoeferle, P., and Mayberry, M. (2010). Situated Sentence Processing: The Coordinated Interplay Account and a Neurobehavioral Model. Brain and Language 112, 189-201.
Crocker, M.W., Knoeferle, P., & Mayberry, M., 2010. Situated Sentence Processing: The Coordinated Interplay Account and a Neurobehavioral Model. Brain and Language, 112(3), p 189-201.
M.W. Crocker, P. Knoeferle, and M. Mayberry, “Situated Sentence Processing: The Coordinated Interplay Account and a Neurobehavioral Model”, Brain and Language, vol. 112, 2010, pp. 189-201.
Crocker, M.W., Knoeferle, P., Mayberry, M.: Situated Sentence Processing: The Coordinated Interplay Account and a Neurobehavioral Model. Brain and Language. 112, 189-201 (2010).
Crocker, Matthew W., Knoeferle, Pia, and Mayberry, Marshall. “Situated Sentence Processing: The Coordinated Interplay Account and a Neurobehavioral Model”. Brain and Language 112.3 (2010): 189-201.
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