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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   35 / 3
Date: 2008
Table of Contents: Rigid Thinking About Deformables: Do children sometimes overgeneralize the shape bias?
by LarissaK.Samuelson, JessicaSHorst, AnneR.Schutte, BrandiN.Dobbertin
pp 559-589

The Danish Communicative Developmental Inventories: Validity and main developmental trends
by DortheBleses, WernerVach, MaleneSlott, SonjaWehberg, PiaThomsen, ThomasO.Madsen, HansBasbøll
pp 651-669

Morphosyntax in Children with Word Finding Difficulties
by VictoriaA.Murphy, JulieDockrell, DavidMesser, HannahFarr
pp 703-720

Early Perception–Late Comprehension of Grammar? The case of verbal -s: A response to de Villiers & Johnson (2007)
by MelanieSoderstrom
pp 671-676

Early Vocabulary Development in Danish and Other Languages: A CDI-based comparison
by DortheBleses, WernerVach, MaleneSlott, SonjaWehberg, PiaThomsen, ThomasO.Madsen, HansBasbøll
pp 619-650

Does Frequency Count? Parental Input and the Acquisition of Vocabulary
by JudithC.Goodman, PhilipS.Dale, PingLi
pp 515-531

What's in a Name? Coming to terms with the child's linguistic environment
by MatthewSaxton
pp 677-686

Rapid learning of an abstract language-specific category: Polish children's acquisition of the instrumental construction
by EwaDabrowska, MichaelTomasello
pp 533-558

Segmental Properties of Input to Infants: A study of Korean
by SoyoungLee, BarbaraL.Davis, PeterFMacNeilage
pp 591-617

Fast Mapping by Bilingual Preschool Children
by Pui FongKan, KathrynKohnert
pp 495-514

The Early Language in Victoria Study: Predicting vocabulary at age one and two years from gesture and object use
by EdithL.Bavin, M.Prior, SheenaReilly, LesleyBretherton, J.Williams, P.Eadie, Y.Barrett, O. C.Ukoumunne
pp 687-701

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
Phonology
Syntax
Language Acquisition
 
LL Issue: 19.2141