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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   26/4
Date: 2005
Table of Contents: Spoken-word processing in native and second languages: An investigation of auditory word priming
by Pavel Trofimovich
pp 479-504

Reading strategy of Hong Kong school-aged children: The development of word-level and character-level processing
by Maggie Mun-Ki Chu, Man-Tak Leung
pp 505-520

English as a second language learner differences in anaphoric resolution: Reading to learn in the academic context
by Elizabeth J. Pretorius
pp 521-539

Young children's sensitivity to listener knowledge and perceptual context in choosing referring expressions
by Angelika Wittek, Michael Tomasello
pp 541-558

A longitudinal study of phonological processing skills and reading in bilingual children
by Adele Lafrance
pp 559-578

Second-language spoken word identification: Effects of perceptual training, visual cues, and phonetic environment
by Debra M Hardison
pp 579-596

Distinguishing African American English from developmental errors in the language production of toddlers
by Ramonda Horton–Ikard
pp 597-620

The use of articles by monolingual Puerto Rican Spanish-speaking children with specific language impairment
by Raquel T. Anderson, Sofia M. Souto
pp 621-647

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
 
LL Issue: 17.2899