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Rätoromanisch: Jahr 2010
(de Gruyter, 2012)
Single-pulse TMS on the FEF area induces a "narrow" focus of attention
(Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), 2012)
The role of spatial attention has often been represented as a fixed "spotlight", which highlights a specific region in the visual space disregarding other locations. However, the focus of attention can also be adjusted in ...
Where the mass counts: Common cortical activation for different kinds of non-singularity
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press (MIT Press): STM Titles, 2012)
Typically, plural nouns are morphosyntactically marked for the number feature, whereas mass nouns are morphosyntactically singular. However, both plural count nouns and mass nouns can be semantically interpreted as ...
Stress 'deafness' in a language with fixed word stress: an ERP study on Polish
The aim of the present contribution was to examine the factors influencing the prosodic processing in a language with predictable word stress. For Polish, a language with fixed penultimate stress but several well-defined ...
Structural factors affecting the assignment of word stress in German
(Cambridge University Press (CUP): HSS Journals - No Cambridge Open, 2012)
This paper aims to shed light on regularities underlying German stress assignment. The results of a pseudoword production task suggest that rhyme complexity of the final syllable is a strong predictor of main stress position ...
Hoffnungszeichen der Sozialen Arbeit
(Springer Verlag (Germany), 2012)
La valutazione del parlato degli studenti: Implicazioni sul testing linguistico
(Università degli Studi di Milano (University of Milan), 2012)
In questo contributo viene affrontato il tema della valutazione del parlato. In particolare ci si sofferma, nell’ambito del testing linguistico, sugli aspetti metodologici primari nel processo di elaborazione di un test, ...
Hermeneutics and Accountable Practice: Lessons from the History of Social Work
(SAGE Publications (UK and US), 2012)
Central to this article are two concerns: It seeks to demonstrate that social work theories and methods always need to be evaluated with reference to the social policy context in which they operate and in which they might ...