Processing Sentences with Literal versus Figurative Use of Verbs: An ERP Study with Children with Language Impairments, Nonverbal Impairments, and Typical Development

Lorusso ML, Burigo M, Borsa V, Molteni M (2015)
Behavioural Neurology 2015: 1-21.

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Lorusso, Maria Luisa; Burigo, Michele; Borsa, Virginia; Molteni, Massimo
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2015
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Behavioural Neurology
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Lorusso ML, Burigo M, Borsa V, Molteni M. Processing Sentences with Literal versus Figurative Use of Verbs: An ERP Study with Children with Language Impairments, Nonverbal Impairments, and Typical Development. Behavioural Neurology. 2015;2015:1-21.
Lorusso, M. L., Burigo, M., Borsa, V., & Molteni, M. (2015). Processing Sentences with Literal versus Figurative Use of Verbs: An ERP Study with Children with Language Impairments, Nonverbal Impairments, and Typical Development. Behavioural Neurology, 2015, 1-21. doi:10.1155/2015/475271
Lorusso, M. L., Burigo, M., Borsa, V., and Molteni, M. (2015). Processing Sentences with Literal versus Figurative Use of Verbs: An ERP Study with Children with Language Impairments, Nonverbal Impairments, and Typical Development. Behavioural Neurology 2015, 1-21.
Lorusso, M.L., et al., 2015. Processing Sentences with Literal versus Figurative Use of Verbs: An ERP Study with Children with Language Impairments, Nonverbal Impairments, and Typical Development. Behavioural Neurology, 2015, p 1-21.
M.L. Lorusso, et al., “Processing Sentences with Literal versus Figurative Use of Verbs: An ERP Study with Children with Language Impairments, Nonverbal Impairments, and Typical Development”, Behavioural Neurology, vol. 2015, 2015, pp. 1-21.
Lorusso, M.L., Burigo, M., Borsa, V., Molteni, M.: Processing Sentences with Literal versus Figurative Use of Verbs: An ERP Study with Children with Language Impairments, Nonverbal Impairments, and Typical Development. Behavioural Neurology. 2015, 1-21 (2015).
Lorusso, Maria Luisa, Burigo, Michele, Borsa, Virginia, and Molteni, Massimo. “Processing Sentences with Literal versus Figurative Use of Verbs: An ERP Study with Children with Language Impairments, Nonverbal Impairments, and Typical Development”. Behavioural Neurology 2015 (2015): 1-21.

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