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Independent Distractor Frequency and Age-of-Acquisition Effects in Picture–Word Interference: fMRI Evidence for Post-lexical and Lexical Accounts according to Distractor Type

Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (2012) 24 (2): 482–495.
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