Abstract concepts of right- and left handers

Paschek G, de Ruiter J (2012)
Presented at the Conference on Embodied and Situated Language Processing, Newcastle on Tyne, UK.

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Is our entire thinking built on the experiences of our body?
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2012
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Conference on Embodied and Situated Language Processing
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Newcastle on Tyne, UK
Konferenzdatum
2012
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Paschek G, de Ruiter J. Abstract concepts of right- and left handers. Presented at the Conference on Embodied and Situated Language Processing, Newcastle on Tyne, UK.
Paschek, G., & de Ruiter, J. (2012). Abstract concepts of right- and left handers. Presented at the Conference on Embodied and Situated Language Processing, Newcastle on Tyne, UK.
Paschek, G., and de Ruiter, J. (2012).“Abstract concepts of right- and left handers”. Presented at the Conference on Embodied and Situated Language Processing, Newcastle on Tyne, UK.
Paschek, G., & de Ruiter, J., 2012. Abstract concepts of right- and left handers. Presented at the Conference on Embodied and Situated Language Processing, Newcastle on Tyne, UK.
G. Paschek and J. de Ruiter, “Abstract concepts of right- and left handers”, Presented at the Conference on Embodied and Situated Language Processing, Newcastle on Tyne, UK, 2012.
Paschek, G., de Ruiter, J.: Abstract concepts of right- and left handers. Presented at the Conference on Embodied and Situated Language Processing, Newcastle on Tyne, UK (2012).
Paschek, G., and de Ruiter, Jan. “Abstract concepts of right- and left handers”. Presented at the Conference on Embodied and Situated Language Processing, Newcastle on Tyne, UK, 2012.
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