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Real-time sentence processing in children with specific language impairment : the contribution of lexicosemantic, syntactic, and world-knowledge information

Bibliographic reference Pizzioli, Fabrizio ; Schelstraete, Marie-Anne. Real-time sentence processing in children with specific language impairment : the contribution of lexicosemantic, syntactic, and world-knowledge information. In: Applied Psycholinguistics : psychological and linguistic studies across languages and learners, Vol. 34, no.1, p. 181-210 (2013)
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