Effects of syllable preparation and syllable frequency in speech production: Further evidence for syllabic units at a post-lexical level

Cholin J, Levelt WJM (2009)
Language and Cognitive Processes 24(5): 662-684.

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Cholin J, Levelt WJM. Effects of syllable preparation and syllable frequency in speech production: Further evidence for syllabic units at a post-lexical level. Language and Cognitive Processes. 2009;24(5):662-684.
Cholin, J., & Levelt, W. J. M. (2009). Effects of syllable preparation and syllable frequency in speech production: Further evidence for syllabic units at a post-lexical level. Language and Cognitive Processes, 24(5), 662-684. doi:10.1080/01690960802348852
Cholin, J., and Levelt, W. J. M. (2009). Effects of syllable preparation and syllable frequency in speech production: Further evidence for syllabic units at a post-lexical level. Language and Cognitive Processes 24, 662-684.
Cholin, J., & Levelt, W.J.M., 2009. Effects of syllable preparation and syllable frequency in speech production: Further evidence for syllabic units at a post-lexical level. Language and Cognitive Processes, 24(5), p 662-684.
J. Cholin and W.J.M. Levelt, “Effects of syllable preparation and syllable frequency in speech production: Further evidence for syllabic units at a post-lexical level”, Language and Cognitive Processes, vol. 24, 2009, pp. 662-684.
Cholin, J., Levelt, W.J.M.: Effects of syllable preparation and syllable frequency in speech production: Further evidence for syllabic units at a post-lexical level. Language and Cognitive Processes. 24, 662-684 (2009).
Cholin, Joana, and Levelt, W.J.M. “Effects of syllable preparation and syllable frequency in speech production: Further evidence for syllabic units at a post-lexical level”. Language and Cognitive Processes 24.5 (2009): 662-684.