Bidirectional structural priming across alternations: Evidence from the generation of dative and benefactive alternation structures in German

Pappert S, Pechmann T (2013)
Language and Cognitive Processes 28: 1303-1322.

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Pappert S, Pechmann T. Bidirectional structural priming across alternations: Evidence from the generation of dative and benefactive alternation structures in German. Language and Cognitive Processes. 2013;28:1303-1322.
Pappert, S., & Pechmann, T. (2013). Bidirectional structural priming across alternations: Evidence from the generation of dative and benefactive alternation structures in German. Language and Cognitive Processes, 28, 1303-1322. doi:10.1080/01690965.2012.672752
Pappert, S., and Pechmann, T. (2013). Bidirectional structural priming across alternations: Evidence from the generation of dative and benefactive alternation structures in German. Language and Cognitive Processes 28, 1303-1322.
Pappert, S., & Pechmann, T., 2013. Bidirectional structural priming across alternations: Evidence from the generation of dative and benefactive alternation structures in German. Language and Cognitive Processes, 28, p 1303-1322.
S. Pappert and T. Pechmann, “Bidirectional structural priming across alternations: Evidence from the generation of dative and benefactive alternation structures in German”, Language and Cognitive Processes, vol. 28, 2013, pp. 1303-1322.
Pappert, S., Pechmann, T.: Bidirectional structural priming across alternations: Evidence from the generation of dative and benefactive alternation structures in German. Language and Cognitive Processes. 28, 1303-1322 (2013).
Pappert, Sandra, and Pechmann, Thomas. “Bidirectional structural priming across alternations: Evidence from the generation of dative and benefactive alternation structures in German”. Language and Cognitive Processes 28 (2013): 1303-1322.