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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   31 / 1
Date: 2010
Table of Contents: The home language environment of monolingual and bilingual children and their language proficiency
by AnnaFScheele, PaulPLeseman, AzizaYMayo
pp 117-140

Spoken sentence comprehension in children with dyslexia and language impairment: The roles of syntax and working memory
by ErinKRobertson, MarcFJoanisse
pp 141-165

Spoken verb processing in Spanish: An analysis using a new online resource
by SemillaMRivera, ElizabethBates, AraceliOrozco-Figueroa, NicoleYWIicha
pp 29-57

How similar are adult second language learners and Spanish heritage speakers? Spanish clitics and word order
by SilvinaAMontrul
pp 167-207

The development of aspectual marking in child Mandarin Chinese
by JidongChen, YasuhiroShirai
pp 1-28

Development of perception of second language Japanese geminates: Role of duration, sonority, and segmentation strategy
by DebraMHardison, MikiMotohashiSaigo
pp 81-99

Young children's sensitivity to new and given information when answering predicate-focus questions
by DorotheSalome, ElenaV.Lieven, MichaelTomasello
pp 101-115

When speech is ambiguous, gesture steps in: Sensitivity to discourse-pragmatic principles in early childhood
by WingCheeSo, √ĖzlemEceDemir, SusanGoldin-Meadow
pp 209-224

Spelling and word recognition in Grades 1 and 2: Relations to phonological awareness and naming speed in Dutch children
by WimGVerhagen, CoraJAarnoute, JanFvan Leeuwe
pp 59-80

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Arabic, Moroccan
Chinese, Mandarin
Dutch
English
Japanese
Spanish
Turkish
 
LL Issue: 21.727