When bicycle pump is harder to read than bicycle bell: Effects of parsing cues in first and second language compound reading

Lemhöfer K, Koester D, Schreuder R (2011)
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 18(2): 364-370.

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Lemhöfer K, Koester D, Schreuder R. When bicycle pump is harder to read than bicycle bell: Effects of parsing cues in first and second language compound reading. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 2011;18(2):364-370.
Lemhöfer, K., Koester, D., & Schreuder, R. (2011). When bicycle pump is harder to read than bicycle bell: Effects of parsing cues in first and second language compound reading. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 18(2), 364-370.
Lemhöfer, K., Koester, D., and Schreuder, R. (2011). When bicycle pump is harder to read than bicycle bell: Effects of parsing cues in first and second language compound reading. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 18, 364-370.
Lemhöfer, K., Koester, D., & Schreuder, R., 2011. When bicycle pump is harder to read than bicycle bell: Effects of parsing cues in first and second language compound reading. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 18(2), p 364-370.
K. Lemhöfer, D. Koester, and R. Schreuder, “When bicycle pump is harder to read than bicycle bell: Effects of parsing cues in first and second language compound reading”, Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, vol. 18, 2011, pp. 364-370.
Lemhöfer, K., Koester, D., Schreuder, R.: When bicycle pump is harder to read than bicycle bell: Effects of parsing cues in first and second language compound reading. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 18, 364-370 (2011).
Lemhöfer, K., Koester, Dirk, and Schreuder, R. “When bicycle pump is harder to read than bicycle bell: Effects of parsing cues in first and second language compound reading”. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 18.2 (2011): 364-370.
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