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Tremblay, Antoine
Tucker, Benjamin V.
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Logit
N-grams
Speech processing
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Log probability of occurrence
Multi-word sequences
Mixed-effects regression
Speech production
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2011
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© 2011 John Benjamins Publishing. This version of this article is open access. The original author(s) and source must be cited. Readers must contact the publisher for further reprinting or re-use. The original publication is available at http://benjamins.com/.
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Tremblay, A., Tucker, B.V. (2011). The effects of N-gram probabilistic measures on the recognition and production of four-word sequences. The Mental Lexicon, 6(2), 302-324. doi: 10.1075/ml.6.2.04tre
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