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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   26/3
Date: July 2005
Table of Contents: Age of immersion as a predictor of foreign accent
by Miles Munro, Virginia A. Mann
pp 311-341

Learning nonnative names: The effect of poor native phonological awareness
by Chieh-Fang Hu, C. Melanie Schuele
pp 343-362

Comprehension and production of French object clitics by child second language learners and children with specific language impairment
by Theres Grüter
pp 363-391

The prompt hypothesis: Clarification requests as corrective input for grammatical errors
by Matthew Saxton, Carmel Houston-Price, Natasha Dawson
pp 393-414

The role of morphological awareness in children's vocabulary acquisition in English
by Catherine McBride-Chang, Richard K. Wagner, Andrea Muse, Bonnie W.-Y. Chow, Hua Shu
pp 415-435

The role of discourse pragmatics in the acquisition of subjects in Italian
by Ludovica Serratrice
pp 437-462

Writing starts with own name writing: From scribbling to conventional spelling in Israeli and Dutch children
by Iris Levin, Anna Both–de vries, Dorit Aram, Adriana Bus
pp 463-477

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
Subject Language(s): Dutch
English
Hebrew
Italian
 
LL Issue: 16.2432