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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   28/3
Date: 2007
Table of Contents: Editorial
by Martha Crago
pp 391-391

Language acquisition and bilingualism: Consequences for a multilingual society
by Ellen Bialystok
pp 393-397

Social factors in childhood bilingualism in the United States
by Barbara Zurer Pearson
pp 399-410

Parental language input patterns and children's bilingual use
by Annick De Houwer
pp 411-424

Early bilingualism, language transfer, and phonological awareness
by Ludo Verhoeven
pp 425-439

The effect of bilingualism on the use of manual gestures
by Elena Nicoladis
pp 441-454

The development of phonetic representation in bilingual and monolingual infants
by Katherine A. Yoshida, Janet F Werker
pp 455-474

Onset of word form recognition in English, Welsh, and English–Welsh bilingual infants
by Marilyn May Vihman, Guillaume Thierry, Jarrad Lum, Tamar Keren-Portnoy, Pam Martin
pp 475-493

The weaker language in early child bilingualism: Acquiring a first language as a second language?
by Jürgen M Meisel
pp 495-514

The future of Inuktitut in the face of majority languages: Bilingualism or language shift?
by Shanley E. M. Shanley
pp 515-536

When timing is everything: Age of first-language acquisition effects on second-language learning
by Rachel I. Mayberry
pp 537-549

Bilingual children with specific language impairment: Theoretical and applied issues
by Johannes Paradis
pp 551-564

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
 
LL Issue: 18.1922