Cognitive Mechanisms Underlying Fake Reflexive Resultatives*

Autor: Peña Cervel, María Sandra

Tipo de documento: Artículo de revista

Revista: Australian Journal of Linguistics. ISSN: 0726-8602. Año: 2016. Número: 4. Volumen: 36. Páginas: 502-541.

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