DOI:10.1007/BF01069052
Corpus ID: 62675434
Movement errors and levels of processing in sentence production
J. E. García-Albea, Susana Viso, J. Igoa
Published 1989
Computer Science

Journal of Psycholinguistic Research
From a corpus of 3,530 slips of the tongue in Spanish, a sample of 753 cases of movement errors was analyzed, comprising those tokens that could be unambiguously assigned to the major categories of… Expand
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