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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   37 / 4
Table of Contents: Segmental distribution patterns of English infant- and adult-directed speech
by Sue AnnSLee, BarbaraL.Davis
pp 767-791

Parents' use of conventional and unconventional labels in conversations with their preschoolers
by AnnetteM. E.Henderson, MarkA.Sabbagh
pp 793-816

Sensitivity to conversational maxims in deaf and hearing children
by LucaSurian, MariantoniaTedoldi, MichaelSiegal
pp 929-943

Preschoolers' extension of novel words to animals and artifacts
by SusanAGraham, AndreanN.Welder, BeverleyAMerrifield, JaredJBerman
pp 913-927

Motoric characteristics of representational gestures produced by young children in a naming task
by PaolaPettenati, SilviaStefanini, VirginiaVolterra
pp 887-911

Long-term effects of preterm birth on language and literacy at eight years
by AnnalisaGuarini, AlessandraSansavini, CristinaFabbri, SilviaSavini, RosinaAlessandroni, GiacomoFaldella, AnnetteKarmiloff-Smith
pp 865-885

Verbal inflection in the acquisition of Kuwaiti Arabic
by KhawlaAljenaie
pp 841-863

How vocabulary size in two languages relates to efficiency in spoken word recognition by young Spanish–English bilinguals
by VirginiaAMarchman, AnneFernald, NereydaHurtado
pp 817-840

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Language Acquisition
LL Issue: 21.3155