When do combinatorial mechanisms apply in the production of inflected words?

Cholin J, Rapp B, Miozzo M (2010)
Cognitive Neuropsychology 27: 334-359.

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Cholin J, Rapp B, Miozzo M. When do combinatorial mechanisms apply in the production of inflected words? Cognitive Neuropsychology. 2010;27:334-359.
Cholin, J., Rapp, B., & Miozzo, M. (2010). When do combinatorial mechanisms apply in the production of inflected words? Cognitive Neuropsychology, 27, 334-359.
Cholin, J., Rapp, B., and Miozzo, M. (2010). When do combinatorial mechanisms apply in the production of inflected words? Cognitive Neuropsychology 27, 334-359.
Cholin, J., Rapp, B., & Miozzo, M., 2010. When do combinatorial mechanisms apply in the production of inflected words? Cognitive Neuropsychology, 27, p 334-359.
J. Cholin, B. Rapp, and M. Miozzo, “When do combinatorial mechanisms apply in the production of inflected words?”, Cognitive Neuropsychology, vol. 27, 2010, pp. 334-359.
Cholin, J., Rapp, B., Miozzo, M.: When do combinatorial mechanisms apply in the production of inflected words? Cognitive Neuropsychology. 27, 334-359 (2010).
Cholin, Joana, Rapp, B., and Miozzo, M. “When do combinatorial mechanisms apply in the production of inflected words?”. Cognitive Neuropsychology 27 (2010): 334-359.
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