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Dean, Christopher & Jorge Valdés Kroff
2017. Cross-Linguistic Orthographic Effects in Late Spanish/English Bilinguals. Languages 2:4  pp. 24 ff. Crossref logo
Hopp, Holger
2016. Learning (not) to predict: Grammatical gender processing in second language acquisition. Second Language Research 32:2  pp. 277 ff. Crossref logo
LAGO, SOL & CLAUDIA FELSER
2018. Agreement attraction in native and nonnative speakers of German. Applied Psycholinguistics 39:3  pp. 619 ff. Crossref logo

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