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Different situations, similar outcomes : Heritage grammars across the lifespan

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PUTNAM, Michael T., Tanja KUPISCH, Diego PASCUAL Y CABO, 2018. Different situations, similar outcomes : Heritage grammars across the lifespan. In: MILLER, David, ed. and others. Bilingual Cognition and Language : The state of the science across its subfields. Amsterdam:John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 251-280. ISBN 978-90-272-0016-7. Available under: doi: 10.1075/sibil.54.12put

@incollection{Putnam2018-02-15Diffe-43810, title={Different situations, similar outcomes : Heritage grammars across the lifespan}, year={2018}, doi={10.1075/sibil.54.12put}, number={54}, isbn={978-90-272-0016-7}, address={Amsterdam}, publisher={John Benjamins Publishing Company}, series={Studies in Bilingualism}, booktitle={Bilingual Cognition and Language : The state of the science across its subfields}, pages={251--280}, editor={Miller, David}, author={Putnam, Michael T. and Kupisch, Tanja and Pascual y Cabo, Diego} }

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