Processing Reflexes of the Feature Hierarchy (Person>Number>Gender) and implications for linguistic theory

Carminati MN (2005)
Lingua 115(3): 259-285.

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Carminati MN. Processing Reflexes of the Feature Hierarchy (Person>Number>Gender) and implications for linguistic theory. Lingua. 2005;115(3):259-285.
Carminati, M. N. (2005). Processing Reflexes of the Feature Hierarchy (Person>Number>Gender) and implications for linguistic theory. Lingua, 115(3), 259-285.
Carminati, M. N. (2005). Processing Reflexes of the Feature Hierarchy (Person>Number>Gender) and implications for linguistic theory. Lingua 115, 259-285.
Carminati, M.N., 2005. Processing Reflexes of the Feature Hierarchy (Person>Number>Gender) and implications for linguistic theory. Lingua, 115(3), p 259-285.
M.N. Carminati, “Processing Reflexes of the Feature Hierarchy (Person>Number>Gender) and implications for linguistic theory”, Lingua, vol. 115, 2005, pp. 259-285.
Carminati, M.N.: Processing Reflexes of the Feature Hierarchy (Person>Number>Gender) and implications for linguistic theory. Lingua. 115, 259-285 (2005).
Carminati, M N. “Processing Reflexes of the Feature Hierarchy (Person>Number>Gender) and implications for linguistic theory”. Lingua 115.3 (2005): 259-285.
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