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Event related potentials at initial exposure in third language acquisition : Implications from an artificial mini-grammar study

Event related potentials at initial exposure in third language acquisition : Implications from an artificial mini-grammar study

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GONZÁLEZ ALONSO, Jorge, José ALEMÁN BAÑÓN, Vincent DELUCA, David MILLER, Sergio Miguel PEREIRA SOARES, Eloi PUIG-MAYENCO, Sophie SLAATS, Jason ROTHMAN, 2020. Event related potentials at initial exposure in third language acquisition : Implications from an artificial mini-grammar study. In: Journal of Neurolinguistics. Elsevier. 56, 100939. ISSN 0911-6044. eISSN 1873-8052. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.jneuroling.2020.100939

@article{GonzalezAlonso2020-11Event-51977, title={Event related potentials at initial exposure in third language acquisition : Implications from an artificial mini-grammar study}, year={2020}, doi={10.1016/j.jneuroling.2020.100939}, volume={56}, issn={0911-6044}, journal={Journal of Neurolinguistics}, author={González Alonso, Jorge and Alemán Bañón, José and DeLuca, Vincent and Miller, David and Pereira Soares, Sergio Miguel and Puig-Mayenco, Eloi and Slaats, Sophie and Rothman, Jason}, note={Article Number: 100939} }

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