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Alemán Bañón, José & Clara Martin
2021. The role of crosslinguistic differences in second language anticipatory processing: An event-related potentials study. Neuropsychologia 155  pp. 107797 ff. Crossref logo
2019. Adaptation to syntactic structures in native and nonnative sentence comprehension. Applied Psycholinguistics 40:1  pp. 3 ff. Crossref logo
2018. A methodological synthesis of self-paced reading in second language research. Applied Psycholinguistics 39:5  pp. 861 ff. Crossref logo

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