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Production of change-of-state, change-of-location and alternating verbs: A comparison of children with specific language impairment and typically developing children

Bibliographic reference Ebbels, Susan H. ; Dockrell, Julie E. ; Van Der Lely, Heather. Production of change-of-state, change-of-location and alternating verbs: A comparison of children with specific language impairment and typically developing children. In: Language and Cognitive Processes, Vol. 27, no. 9, p. 1312-1333 (2012)
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