Electrophysiologicalevidence for language non-specific lexical access in translation

Koester D, Ganushchak L, Christoffels I (2009)
In: Experimentelle Psychologie. Eder AD (Ed); Lengerich: Pabst: 65.

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Koester D, Ganushchak L, Christoffels I. Electrophysiologicalevidence for language non-specific lexical access in translation. In: Eder AD, ed. Experimentelle Psychologie. Lengerich: Pabst; 2009: 65.
Koester, D., Ganushchak, L., & Christoffels, I. (2009). Electrophysiologicalevidence for language non-specific lexical access in translation. In A. D. Eder (Ed.), Experimentelle Psychologie (p. 65). Lengerich: Pabst.
Koester, D., Ganushchak, L., and Christoffels, I. (2009). “Electrophysiologicalevidence for language non-specific lexical access in translation” in Experimentelle Psychologie, Eder, A. D. ed. (Lengerich: Pabst), 65.
Koester, D., Ganushchak, L., & Christoffels, I., 2009. Electrophysiologicalevidence for language non-specific lexical access in translation. In A. D. Eder, ed. Experimentelle Psychologie. Lengerich: Pabst, pp. 65.
D. Koester, L. Ganushchak, and I. Christoffels, “Electrophysiologicalevidence for language non-specific lexical access in translation”, Experimentelle Psychologie, A.D. Eder, ed., Lengerich: Pabst, 2009, pp.65.
Koester, D., Ganushchak, L., Christoffels, I.: Electrophysiologicalevidence for language non-specific lexical access in translation. In: Eder, A.D. (ed.) Experimentelle Psychologie. p. 65. Pabst, Lengerich (2009).
Koester, Dirk, Ganushchak, L., and Christoffels, I. “Electrophysiologicalevidence for language non-specific lexical access in translation”. Experimentelle Psychologie. Ed. A.D. Eder. Lengerich: Pabst, 2009. 65.
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