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Inverse Case attraction : experimental evidence for a syntactically guided process

Inverse Case attraction : experimental evidence for a syntactically guided process

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CZYPIONKA, Anna, Laura DÖRRE, Josef BAYER, 2018. Inverse Case attraction : experimental evidence for a syntactically guided process. In: The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics. 21(2), pp. 135-188. ISSN 1383-4924. eISSN 1572-8552. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s10828-018-9099-3

@article{Czypionka2018-07-13Inver-43053, title={Inverse Case attraction : experimental evidence for a syntactically guided process}, year={2018}, doi={10.1007/s10828-018-9099-3}, number={2}, volume={21}, issn={1383-4924}, journal={The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics}, pages={135--188}, author={Czypionka, Anna and Dörre, Laura and Bayer, Josef} }

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