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The Hebb repetition effect as a laboratory analogue of novel word learning

Bibliographic reference Szmalec, Arnaud ; Duyck, Wouter ; Vandierendonck, André ; Mata, Ariadna Barberá ; Page, Mike P. A.. The Hebb repetition effect as a laboratory analogue of novel word learning. In: The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, Vol. 62, no.3, p. 435-443 (2009)
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