Harvard:
Kamide, Y., Altmann, G.T.M. and Haywood, S.L. 2005, "The time course of constraint application during sentence processing in visual contexts: anticipatory eye movements in English and Japanese", in Approaches to studying world-situated language use: bridging the language-as-product and language-as-action traditions. Cambridge, Mass, ed. J.C. Trueswelt and M.K. Tanenhaus, pp. 229-243. MIT Press.
APA:
Kamide, Y., Altmann, G.T.M. and Haywood, S.L. (2005). The time course of constraint application during sentence processing in visual contexts: anticipatory eye movements in English and Japanese. In J.C. Trueswelt and M.K. Tanenhaus (Ed.), Approaches to studying world-situated language use: bridging the language-as-product and language-as-action traditions. Cambridge, Mass, 229-243. MIT Press.
Chicago:
Kamide, Yuki, Gerry T.M. Altmann and Sarah L. Haywood. 2005. "The Time Course of Constraint Application During Sentence Processing in Visual Contexts: Anticipatory Eye Movements in English and Japanese." In Approaches to studying world-situated language use: bridging the language-as-product and language-as-action traditions. Cambridge, Mass, edited by John C. Trueswelt and Michael K. Tanenhaus. 229-243. MIT Press.
MLA:
Kamide, Yuki, Gerry T.M. Altmann and Sarah L. Haywood. "The Time Course of Constraint Application During Sentence Processing in Visual Contexts: Anticipatory Eye Movements in English and Japanese." Approaches to studying world-situated language use: bridging the language-as-product and language-as-action traditions. Cambridge, Mass. Ed. John C. Trueswelt and Michael K. Tanenhaus. 2005, MIT Press, 229-243.
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@incollection{kamide2005time,
  title = {The time course of constraint application during sentence processing in visual contexts: anticipatory eye movements in English and Japanese},
  author = {KAMIDE, Yuki and ALTMANN, Gerry T.M. and HAYWOOD, Sarah L.},
  booktitle = {Approaches to studying world-situated language use: bridging the language-as-product and language-as-action traditions. Cambridge, Mass},
  year = {2005},
  pages = {229-243},
  editor = {Trueswelt, John C. and Tanenhaus, Michael K.},
  publisher = {MIT Press},
  address = {; London},
  keywords = {Japan;Language;Linguistics},
  x-extra = {. xxii, 379p. (Learning, development, and conceptual change) , ,},
  BAS = {294312},
  source = {bas},
}