Online psycholinguistic methods in second language acquisition research

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PLIATSIKAS, Christos, Theodoros MARINIS, 2020. Online psycholinguistic methods in second language acquisition research. In: CHAPELLE, Carol A., ed.. The Concise Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Hoboken:Wiley Blackwell, pp. 859-870. ISBN 978-1-119-14736-7

@incollection{Pliatsikas2020Onlin-50373, title={Online psycholinguistic methods in second language acquisition research}, year={2020}, isbn={978-1-119-14736-7}, address={Hoboken}, publisher={Wiley Blackwell}, booktitle={The Concise Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics}, pages={859--870}, editor={Chapelle, Carol A.}, author={Pliatsikas, Christos and Marinis, Theodoros} }

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