Syllable frequency effects in Spanish handwriting production

  1. Olivia Afonso
  2. Carlos Javier Álvarez González
Journal:
Revista de logopedia, foniatría y audiología

ISSN: 0214-4603

Year of publication: 2011

Volume: 31

Issue: 1

Pages: 33-38

Type: Article

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DOI: 10.1016/s0214-4603(11)70169-3 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR

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