Electrophysiological evidence of sublexical phonological access in character processing by L2 Chinese learners of L1 alphabetic scripts

Yen Na Cherry YUM, Sam-Po LAW, Kwan Nok MO, Dustin LAU, I-Fan SU, Mark S. K. SHUM

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