Learning a language can influence how you describe an event, does that change how you think about it? By nc sa.eu Public Deposited

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Vanek, N. & Selinker, L. (2017). Covariation between temporal interlanguage features and nonverbal event categorisation. International Review of Applied Linguistics, 55(3), 223-243. doi: http://doi.org/10.1515/iral-2017-0106
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Cruickshank, A.G., Vanek, N. & Selinker, L.
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25 October 2018
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Cross-linguistic influence
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Cruickshank, A.G., Vanek, N. & Selinker, L. (2018). Learning a language can influence how you describe an event, does that change how you think about it?. OASIS Summary of Vanek, N. & Selinker, L. (2017) in International Review of Applied Linguistics. https://oasis-database.org/concern/summaries/44558d285?locale=en