Electrophysiological evidence for incremental lexical-semantic integration in auditory compound comprehension

Koester D, Holle H, Gunter TC (2009)
Neuropsychologia 47(8-9): 1854-1864.

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Koester D, Holle H, Gunter TC. Electrophysiological evidence for incremental lexical-semantic integration in auditory compound comprehension. Neuropsychologia. 2009;47(8-9):1854-1864.
Koester, D., Holle, H., & Gunter, T. C. (2009). Electrophysiological evidence for incremental lexical-semantic integration in auditory compound comprehension. Neuropsychologia, 47(8-9), 1854-1864.
Koester, D., Holle, H., and Gunter, T. C. (2009). Electrophysiological evidence for incremental lexical-semantic integration in auditory compound comprehension. Neuropsychologia 47, 1854-1864.
Koester, D., Holle, H., & Gunter, T.C., 2009. Electrophysiological evidence for incremental lexical-semantic integration in auditory compound comprehension. Neuropsychologia, 47(8-9), p 1854-1864.
D. Koester, H. Holle, and T.C. Gunter, “Electrophysiological evidence for incremental lexical-semantic integration in auditory compound comprehension”, Neuropsychologia, vol. 47, 2009, pp. 1854-1864.
Koester, D., Holle, H., Gunter, T.C.: Electrophysiological evidence for incremental lexical-semantic integration in auditory compound comprehension. Neuropsychologia. 47, 1854-1864 (2009).
Koester, Dirk, Holle, H., and Gunter, T. C. “Electrophysiological evidence for incremental lexical-semantic integration in auditory compound comprehension”. Neuropsychologia 47.8-9 (2009): 1854-1864.
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