Spatial distance between objects affects the interpretation of semantic similarity: evidence from eye movements during spoken sentence processing

Guerra E, Bernotat J, Knoeferle P (2015)
Presented at the 8th annual Conference on Embodied and Situated Language Processing (ESLP), Lyon.

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Guerra E, Bernotat J, Knoeferle P. Spatial distance between objects affects the interpretation of semantic similarity: evidence from eye movements during spoken sentence processing. Presented at the 8th annual Conference on Embodied and Situated Language Processing (ESLP), Lyon.
Guerra, E., Bernotat, J., & Knoeferle, P. (2015). Spatial distance between objects affects the interpretation of semantic similarity: evidence from eye movements during spoken sentence processing. Presented at the 8th annual Conference on Embodied and Situated Language Processing (ESLP), Lyon
Guerra, E., Bernotat, J., and Knoeferle, P. (2015).“Spatial distance between objects affects the interpretation of semantic similarity: evidence from eye movements during spoken sentence processing”. Presented at the 8th annual Conference on Embodied and Situated Language Processing (ESLP), Lyon.
Guerra, E., Bernotat, J., & Knoeferle, P., 2015. Spatial distance between objects affects the interpretation of semantic similarity: evidence from eye movements during spoken sentence processing. Presented at the 8th annual Conference on Embodied and Situated Language Processing (ESLP), Lyon.
E. Guerra, J. Bernotat, and P. Knoeferle, “Spatial distance between objects affects the interpretation of semantic similarity: evidence from eye movements during spoken sentence processing”, Presented at the 8th annual Conference on Embodied and Situated Language Processing (ESLP), Lyon, 2015.
Guerra, E., Bernotat, J., Knoeferle, P.: Spatial distance between objects affects the interpretation of semantic similarity: evidence from eye movements during spoken sentence processing. Presented at the 8th annual Conference on Embodied and Situated Language Processing (ESLP), Lyon (2015).
Guerra, Ernesto, Bernotat, Jasmin, and Knoeferle, Pia. “Spatial distance between objects affects the interpretation of semantic similarity: evidence from eye movements during spoken sentence processing”. Presented at the 8th annual Conference on Embodied and Situated Language Processing (ESLP), Lyon, 2015.
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