The Morphosyntactic Decomposition and Semantic Composition of German Compound Words Investigated by ERPs

Koester D, Gunter TC, Wagner S (2007)
Brain & Language 102(1): 64-79.

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Koester D, Gunter TC, Wagner S. The Morphosyntactic Decomposition and Semantic Composition of German Compound Words Investigated by ERPs. Brain & Language. 2007;102(1):64-79.
Koester, D., Gunter, T. C., & Wagner, S. (2007). The Morphosyntactic Decomposition and Semantic Composition of German Compound Words Investigated by ERPs. Brain & Language, 102(1), 64-79.
Koester, D., Gunter, T. C., and Wagner, S. (2007). The Morphosyntactic Decomposition and Semantic Composition of German Compound Words Investigated by ERPs. Brain & Language 102, 64-79.
Koester, D., Gunter, T.C., & Wagner, S., 2007. The Morphosyntactic Decomposition and Semantic Composition of German Compound Words Investigated by ERPs. Brain & Language, 102(1), p 64-79.
D. Koester, T.C. Gunter, and S. Wagner, “The Morphosyntactic Decomposition and Semantic Composition of German Compound Words Investigated by ERPs”, Brain & Language, vol. 102, 2007, pp. 64-79.
Koester, D., Gunter, T.C., Wagner, S.: The Morphosyntactic Decomposition and Semantic Composition of German Compound Words Investigated by ERPs. Brain & Language. 102, 64-79 (2007).
Koester, Dirk, Gunter, T. C., and Wagner, S. “The Morphosyntactic Decomposition and Semantic Composition of German Compound Words Investigated by ERPs”. Brain & Language 102.1 (2007): 64-79.
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