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Lexical case marking affects the processing of animacy in simple verbs, but not particle verbs : evidence from event-related potentials

Lexical case marking affects the processing of animacy in simple verbs, but not particle verbs : evidence from event-related potentials

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CZYPIONKA, Anna, Carsten EULITZ, 2018. Lexical case marking affects the processing of animacy in simple verbs, but not particle verbs : evidence from event-related potentials. In: Glossa : A Journal of General Linguistics. 3(1), 126. eISSN 2397-1835. Available under: doi: 10.5334/gjgl.313

@article{Czypionka2018Lexic-44006, title={Lexical case marking affects the processing of animacy in simple verbs, but not particle verbs : evidence from event-related potentials}, year={2018}, doi={10.5334/gjgl.313}, number={1}, volume={3}, journal={Glossa : A Journal of General Linguistics}, author={Czypionka, Anna and Eulitz, Carsten}, note={Article Number: 126} }

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