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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   30 / 3
Date: 2009
Table of Contents: Talking about writing: What we can learn from conversations between parents and their young children
by Sarah Robins, Rebecca Treiman
pp 463-484

Bilingualism and aging: Reversal of the cognate advantage in older bilingual adults
by Samantha Siyambalapitiya, Helen J. Chenery, David A. Copland
pp 531-554

An acoustic analysis of prosody in high-functioning autism
by Joshua J. Diehl, Duane Watson, Loisa Bennetto, Joyce McDonough, Christine Gunlogson
pp 385-404

The orthographic consistency effect in the recognition of French spoken words: An early developmental shift from sublexical to lexical orthographic activation
by Chotiga Pattamadilok, José Morais, Olivia De Vylder, Paulo Ventura, Régine Kolinsky
pp 441-462

Role of working memory in children's understanding spoken narrative: A preliminary investigation
by James W. Montgomery, Anzhela Polunenko, Sally A. Marinellie
pp 485-509

Common variance in amplitude envelope perception tasks and their impact on phoneme duration perception and reading and spelling in Finnish children with reading disabilities
by Annika Hämäläinen, P. H. T. Leppänen, K. Eklund, J. Thomson, U. Richardson, T. K. Guttorm, C. Witton, A.-M. Poikkeus, Usha Goswami, H. Lyytinen
pp 511-530

Early metalinguistic awareness of derivational morphology: Observations from a comparison of English and French
by Lynne G. Duncan, Séverine Casalis, Pascale Colé
pp 405-440

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
LL Issue: 20.2366