Morphological Priming in Language Production: Electrophysiological Evidence from Dutch

Koester D, Schiller NO (2008)
Neuroimage 42(4): 1622-1630.

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Koester D, Schiller NO. Morphological Priming in Language Production: Electrophysiological Evidence from Dutch. Neuroimage. 2008;42(4):1622-1630.
Koester, D., & Schiller, N. O. (2008). Morphological Priming in Language Production: Electrophysiological Evidence from Dutch. Neuroimage, 42(4), 1622-1630. doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2008.06.043
Koester, D., and Schiller, N. O. (2008). Morphological Priming in Language Production: Electrophysiological Evidence from Dutch. Neuroimage 42, 1622-1630.
Koester, D., & Schiller, N.O., 2008. Morphological Priming in Language Production: Electrophysiological Evidence from Dutch. Neuroimage, 42(4), p 1622-1630.
D. Koester and N.O. Schiller, “Morphological Priming in Language Production: Electrophysiological Evidence from Dutch”, Neuroimage, vol. 42, 2008, pp. 1622-1630.
Koester, D., Schiller, N.O.: Morphological Priming in Language Production: Electrophysiological Evidence from Dutch. Neuroimage. 42, 1622-1630 (2008).
Koester, Dirk, and Schiller, N. O. “Morphological Priming in Language Production: Electrophysiological Evidence from Dutch”. Neuroimage 42.4 (2008): 1622-1630.
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