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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   31 / 2
Table of Contents: Bilingualism as a kind of therapy?
by AafkeHulk, SharonUnsworth
pp 297-303

All acquisition begins with the projection of a bare verb phrase
by AnneVainikka, MarthaYoung-Scholten
pp 332-339

The interface between bilingual development and specific language impairment
by JohannesParadis
pp 227-252

Interface or face to face? The profiles and contours of bilinguals and specific language impairment
by VirginiaC. MuellerGathercole
pp 282-293

Summing up problems in bilingual specific language impairment: Why multiple influences may not be additive
by GinaConti-Ramsden
pp 270-273

Beyond morphosyntax in developing bilinguals and “specific” language impairment
by KathrynKohnert, KerryDanahyEbert
pp 303-310

Instructive bilingualism: Can bilingual children with specific language impairment rely on one language in learning a second one?
by SharonArmon-Lotem
pp 253-260

Evaluating maturational parallels in second language children and children with specific language impairment
by MabelL.Rice
pp 320-327

Notes on the nature of bilingual specific language impairment
by JanR.de Jong
pp 273-277

Language combinations, subtypes, and severity in the study of bilingual children with specific language impairment
by LaurenceB.Leonard
pp 310-315

Development or impairment?
by GiselaHåkansson
pp 293-297

Mapping at the interface
by ShulaChiat
pp 261-270

We can no longer afford a monolingual norm
by BarbaraZurer-Pearson
pp 339-343

The potential of studying specific language impairment in bilinguals for linguistic research on specific language impairment in monolinguals
by MonikaRothweiler
pp 327-332

The use of descriptive data from bilingual children to inform theories of specific language impairment
by SusanEllisWeismer, MargaritaKaushanskaya
pp 277-282

An integrated approach to the study of specific language impairment and bilingualism
by KathleenF.Peets, EllenBialystok
pp 315-319

Response to Commentaries on the interface between bilingual development and specific language impairment
by JohannesParadis
pp 345-362

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Psycholinguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Dutch
German
Korean
Spanish
Turkish
 
LL Issue: 21.1432