The role of working memory in understanding temporal order statements

Becker R, Knoeferle P, Zwaan R (2011)
Presented at the The european society for cognitive psychology, San Sebastian, Spain.

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The european society for cognitive psychology
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San Sebastian, Spain
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2011-09-29
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Becker R, Knoeferle P, Zwaan R. The role of working memory in understanding temporal order statements. Presented at the The european society for cognitive psychology, San Sebastian, Spain.
Becker, R., Knoeferle, P., & Zwaan, R. (2011). The role of working memory in understanding temporal order statements. Presented at the The european society for cognitive psychology, San Sebastian, Spain.
Becker, R., Knoeferle, P., and Zwaan, R. (2011).“The role of working memory in understanding temporal order statements”. Presented at the The european society for cognitive psychology, San Sebastian, Spain.
Becker, R., Knoeferle, P., & Zwaan, R., 2011. The role of working memory in understanding temporal order statements. Presented at the The european society for cognitive psychology, San Sebastian, Spain.
R. Becker, P. Knoeferle, and R. Zwaan, “The role of working memory in understanding temporal order statements”, Presented at the The european society for cognitive psychology, San Sebastian, Spain, The european society for cognitive psychology: 2011.
Becker, R., Knoeferle, P., Zwaan, R.: The role of working memory in understanding temporal order statements. Presented at the The european society for cognitive psychology, San Sebastian, Spain (2011).
Becker, Raymond, Knoeferle, Pia, and Zwaan, Rolf. “The role of working memory in understanding temporal order statements”. Presented at the The european society for cognitive psychology, San Sebastian, Spain, The european society for cognitive psychology, 2011.
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