Language comprehension in rich non-linguistic contexts: Combining eye tracking and event-related brain potentials.

Knoeferle P (In Press)
In: Towards a cognitive neuroscience of natural language use. Willems R (Ed);Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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Knoeferle P. Language comprehension in rich non-linguistic contexts: Combining eye tracking and event-related brain potentials. In: Willems R, ed. Towards a cognitive neuroscience of natural language use. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; In Press.
Knoeferle, P. (In Press). Language comprehension in rich non-linguistic contexts: Combining eye tracking and event-related brain potentials. In R. Willems (Ed.), Towards a cognitive neuroscience of natural language use Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Knoeferle, P. (In Press). “Language comprehension in rich non-linguistic contexts: Combining eye tracking and event-related brain potentials.” in Towards a cognitive neuroscience of natural language use, ed. R. Willems (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
Knoeferle, P., In Press. Language comprehension in rich non-linguistic contexts: Combining eye tracking and event-related brain potentials. In R. Willems, ed. Towards a cognitive neuroscience of natural language use. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
P. Knoeferle, “Language comprehension in rich non-linguistic contexts: Combining eye tracking and event-related brain potentials.”, Towards a cognitive neuroscience of natural language use, R. Willems, ed., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, In Press.
Knoeferle, P.: Language comprehension in rich non-linguistic contexts: Combining eye tracking and event-related brain potentials. In: Willems, R. (ed.) Towards a cognitive neuroscience of natural language use. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (In Press).
Knoeferle, P. “Language comprehension in rich non-linguistic contexts: Combining eye tracking and event-related brain potentials.”. Towards a cognitive neuroscience of natural language use. Ed. R. Willems. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, In Press.
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