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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   33/3
Date: 2006
Table of Contents: Individual differences in the influence of phonological characteristics on expressive vocabulary development by young children
by Junko Maekawa
pp 439-459

Priming overgeneralizations in two- and four-year-old children
by Brenda Connell
pp 461-486

Facilitation and practice in verb acquisition
by Tamar Keren-Portnoy
pp 487-518

Comparing different accounts of inversion errors in children's non-subject wh-questions: ‘What experimental data can tell us?’
by Ben Ambridge, Caroline F. Rowland, Anna L. Theakston, Michael Tomasello
pp 519-557

Polish children's productivity with case marking: the role of regularity, type frequency, and phonological diversity
by Ewa Dabrowska
pp 559-597

I'm sorry I said that: apologies in young children's discourse
by Jean Berko Gleason
pp 599-620

Typological effects on spelling development: a crosslinguistic study of Hebrew and Dutch
by Dorit Diskin Ravid
pp 621-659

Effects of familiarity on mothers' talk about nouns and verbs
by Elizabeth Kay-Raining Bird, Patricia L. Cleave
pp 661-676

When answer-phone makes a difference in children's acquisition of English compounds
by Victoria A. Murphy, Elena Nicoladis
pp 677-691

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
Subject Language(s): Dutch
English
Hebrew
Polish
 
LL Issue: 17.3016