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TOC: Journal of Child Language, Vol.29 No.1

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Message 1: TOC: Journal of Child Language Volume 29 - Issue 01

Date: Fri, 10 May 2002 13:20:59 +0100
From: Sarah Nichols <sarahsarahnichols.com>
Subject: TOC: Journal of Child Language Volume 29 - Issue 01

Journal of Child Language
Volume 29 - Issue 01 - February 2002
ISSN 0305-0009
Now published four times a year by Cambridge University Press
	http://journals.cambridge.org/iid_101192

Editorial
ELENA LIEVEN

Research Article
Caregiver attention-focusing and children's attention-sharing behaviours as
predictors of later verbal IQ in very low birthweight children
CHRIS L. SCHMIDT, KATHARINE R. LAWSON

Effects of maintaining and redirecting infant attention on the production of
referential communication in infants with and without Down syndrome
MARIA LEGERSTEE, JEAN VARGHESE, YOLANDA VAN BEEK

Singular or plural? Children's knowledge of the factors that determine the
appropriate form of count nouns
KRAG S. FERENZ, SANDEEP PRASADA

Does error-free use of French negation constitute evidence for Very Early
Parameter Setting?
KATE L. JOSEPH, JULIAN M. PINE

Italian children's understanding of the epistemic and deontic modal verbs
dovere (must) and potere (may)
ELISABETTA BASCELLI, MARIA SILVIA BARBIERI

Understanding completion entailments in the absence of agency cues
LAURA WAGNER

The creation of new figurative expressions: psycholinguistic evidence in
Italian children, adolescents and adults
M. CHIARA LEVORATO, CRISTINA CACCIARI

Note
Theory and methods in the study of the development of case and agreement: a
response to Sch�tze
MATTHEW RISPOLI

The development of subject-auxiliary inversion in English wh-questions: an
alternative analysis
ROBERT D. VAN VALIN

Interpretation of relative clauses by young children: another look
SARITA EISENBERG

The syntagmatic-paradigmatic shift and reading development
VIRGINIA S. CRONIN

Reviews
MARGARET DEUCHAR & SUZANNE QUAY, Bilingual acquisition: theoretical
implications of a case study. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000. Pp.
x+163. ISBN 0198236859.
Li Wei

NORBERT DITTMAR & ZVI PENNER (eds), Issues in the theory of language
acquisition: essays in honor of J�rgen Weissenborn. Berne: Peter Lang, 1998.
Pp. xxiii+245. ISBN 3-906757-85-4.
Ana T. P�rez-Leroux

R. THORNTON & K. WEXLER, Principle B, VP Ellipsis and Interpretation in
Child Grammar. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1999. Pp. vii+241.
Martin Atkinson




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