LINGUIST List 15.1094

Fri Apr 2 2004

TOC: Language & Speech Vol 46, No 2-3 (2003)

Editor for this issue: Marie Klopfenstein <marielinguistlist.org>


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  1. b.draper, Language and Speech: Phonological Acquisition

Message 1: Language and Speech: Phonological Acquisition

Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 09:18:57 -0500 (EST)
From: b.draper <b.draperkingstonpress.co.uk>
Subject: Language and Speech: Phonological Acquisition



Publisher: Kingston Press Ltd http://www.kingstonpress.com/
	
Journal title: 'Language and Speech',
ISSN: 0023 8309

Volume Number: 46
Issue Number: 2 and 3
Issue Date: 2003

Subtitle: Phonological Acquisition

Main text: 

Special Double Issue: "Phonological Acquisition"
ISBN: 0-9545259

Guest Editor: Sharon Peperkamp

Preface
- Sharon Peperkamp

Phonological acquisition:
Recent attainments and new challenges	
- Sharon Peperkamp

Phonetic diversity, statistical learning,
and acquisition of phonology
- Janet B. Pierrehumbert

A statistical basis for speech sound discrimination
- Jennifer L. Anderson, James L. Morgan,
and Katherine S. White

Infant perception of non-native consonant contrasts 
that adults assimilate in different ways
- Catherine C. Best and Gerald W. McRoberts

Simultaneous bilingualism and the perception 
of a language-specific vowel contrast
in the first year of life
- Laura Bosch and N�ria Sebasti�n-Gall�s

Early word learners' ability to access phonetic detail 
in well-known words
- Christopher T. Fennell and Janet F. Werker

Phonetic detail in the developing lexicon 
- Daniel Swingley

Learning foreign vowels
- John Kingston
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