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TOC: Bilingualism 7:1 (2004)

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Message 1: Bilingualism 7:1

Date: Wed, 9 Jun 2004 06:25:13 -0400 (EDT)
From: sarah <sarahsarahnichols.com>
Subject: Bilingualism 7:1


Publisher: Cambridge University Press http://www.cup.org
	
Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume Number: 7
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: April 2004

			
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Acquisition by processing: A modular perspective on language
development 
JOHN TRUSCOTT, MIKE SHARWOOD SMITH

Peer Commentaries 
Give syntax a chance
DEREK BICKERTON

Acquisition by Processing Theory: A theory of everything?
SUSANNE E. CARROLL

APT: Costs and benefits of a hybrid model
TON DIJKSTRA, MARCO HAVERKORT

Between the input and the acquisition lies the shadow
MICHAEL HARRINGTON

Inflection, thematic roles and abstract Case
JULIA HERSCHENSOHN

Parameters or cues?
BRIAN MACWHINNEY

Processing perspectives in SLA research and their compatibility
MANFRED PIENEMANN

Can the APT be a theory of Multiple Grammars and a minimal theory of
parsing? 
TOM ROEPER

Authors' Response 
How APT is your theory: Present status and future prospects
JOHN TRUSCOTT, MIKE SHARWOOD SMITH

Research article 
Growing syntactic structure and code-mixing in the
weaker language: The Ivy Hypothesis 
PETRA BERNARDINI, SUZANNE SCHLYTER

Voice onset time in bilingual German-Spanish children
MARGARET M. KEHOE, CONXITA LLE´┐Ż", MARTIN RAKOW

Research note 
Research note and erratum
CAROL MYERS-SCOTTON
			
Lingfield(s): Cognitive Science
			 
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