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"Potizo" or "Potizw"? : The influence of morphology in the processing of Roman-alphabeted Greek

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"Potizo" or "Potizw"? : The influence of morphology in the processing of Roman-alphabeted Greek

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MARINIS, Theodoros, Angeliki PAPANGELI, 2007. "Potizo" or "Potizw"? : The influence of morphology in the processing of Roman-alphabeted Greek. 17th International Symposium on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics. Thessaloniki, Apr 14, 2005 - Apr 17, 2005. In: AGATHOPOULOU, Eleni, ed., Maria DIMITRAKOPOULOU, ed., Despina PAPADOPOULOU, ed.. 17th International Symposium : Selected Papers on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics : volume II. Thessaloniki:School of English : Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, pp. 443-452. eISSN 2529-1114

@inproceedings{Marinis2007Potiz-42720, title={"Potizo" or "Potizw"? : The influence of morphology in the processing of Roman-alphabeted Greek}, url={http://ejournals.lib.auth.gr/thal/article/view/5578}, year={2007}, address={Thessaloniki}, publisher={School of English : Aristotle University of Thessaloniki}, booktitle={17th International Symposium : Selected Papers on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics : volume II}, pages={443--452}, editor={Agathopoulou, Eleni and Dimitrakopoulou, Maria and Papadopoulou, Despina}, author={Marinis, Theodoros and Papangeli, Angeliki} }

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