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CorrigendumFor Shi and Zhang (2021)BIOLINGUISTICS Editorial TeamSeptember 2021
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Attention To People Like YouA Proposal Regarding Neuroendocrine Effects on Linguistic VariationMíša Hejná, Lauren Ackerman, Joel C. WallenbergJune 2020
The Relationship between Phoneme Production and Perception in Speech-Impaired and Typically-Developing ChildrenKarin Stromswold, Aliza LichtensteinJanuary 2018