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LINGUIST List 22.12

Tue Jan 04 2011

TOC: Journal of Portuguese Linguistics 9-10 (2010)

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        1.     Sonia Frota , Journal of Portuguese Linguistics Vol. 9-10 (2010)

Message 1: Journal of Portuguese Linguistics Vol. 9-10 (2010)
Date: 30-Dec-2010
From: Sonia Frota <sonia.frotamail.telepac.pt>
Subject: Journal of Portuguese Linguistics Vol. 9-10 (2010)
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Publisher: Association of Editors of the Journal of Portuguese Linguistics
http://www.fl.ul.pt/revistas/JPL/JPLweb.htm

Journal Title: Journal of Portuguese Linguistics
Volume Number: 9/10
Issue Number:
Issue Date: 2010/2011


Subtitle: Lexical Processing: Phonetic, Prosodic and Morphological Aspects


Main Text:

Special Issue, Guest-edited by José Morais and São Luís Castro
Lexical Processing: Phonetic, Prosodic and Morphological Aspects

José Morais & São Luís Castro
Introduction 3

Inês Salselas & Perfecto Herrera
Music and speech in early development: automatic analysis and classification of
prosodic features from two Portuguese variants 11

Karima Mersad, Louise Goyet & Thierry Nazzi
Cross-linguistic differences in early word form segmentation: a rhythmic-based
account 37

Séverine Millotte, James Morgan, Sylvie Margules, Savita Bernal, Michel Dutat &
Anne Christoph
Phrasal prosody constrains word segmentation in French 16-month-olds
67

Tânia Fernandes, Paulo Venture & Régine Kolinsky
The relative weight of statistical and prosodic cues in speech segmentation: A
matter of language-(in)dependency and of signal quality 87

Letícia M. Sicuro Corrêa, Marina R.A. Augusto & Ana Castro
Agreement and markedness in the ascription of gender to novel animate nouns by
children acquiring Portuguese 121

Lynne G. Duncan, Elaine Gray, Pauline Quémart & Séverine Casalis
Do good and poor readers make use of morphemic structure in English word
recognition? 143

Willy Sernicales, Renaud Beeckmans & Monique Radeau
Lexical influences on the perceptual categorization of French stops 161

Francisca Serrano, Nathalie Genard, Ana Sucena, Sylvia Defior, Jesus Alegria,
Philippe Moust, Jacqueline Leybaert, São Luís Castro & Philip H.K. Seymour
Variations in reading and spelling acquisition in Portuguese, French and
Spanish: A cross-linguistic comparison 183


Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
                            Phonetics
                            Psycholinguistics
                            General Linguistics
                            Language Acquisition
                            Portuguese

Subject Language(s): English (eng)
                            French (fra)
                            Portuguese (por)

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