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On the autonomy of phonological encoding: Evidence from slips of the tongue in Spanish
Susana Viso, J. Igoa, J. E. García-Albea
Published 1991
Psychology

Journal of Psycholinguistic Research
The present study focuses on the relationship between the processes of lexical retrieval and phonological encoding in sentence production. An analysis of spontaneous slips of the tongue in Spanish… Expand
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