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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   31/4
Table of Contents: The acquisition of pronouns by French children: A parallel study of production and comprehension
by Pascal Zesiger, Laurence Chillier Zesiger, Marina Arabatzi, Lara Baranzini, Stéphany Cronel-Ohayon, Julie Franck, Ulrich Hans Frauenfelder, Cornelia Hamann, Luigi Rizzi
pp 571-603

Morphological processing of Chinese compounds from a grammatical view
by Phil D. Liu, Catherine McBride-Chang
pp 605-617

The use of pronominal case in English sentence interpretation
by Yuki Yoshimura, Brian Macwhinney
pp 619-633

Effects of distributed practice on the acquisition of second language English syntax
by Steven Bird
pp 635-650

Is there cross-language modulation when bilinguals process number words?
by Pedro Macizo, Amparo Herrara, Daniela Paolieri, Patricia Román
pp 651-669

Animacy affects the processing of subject–object ambiguities in the second language: Evidence from self-paced reading with German second language learners of Dutch
by Carrie N. Jackson, Leah Roberts
pp 671-691

The impact of the articulatory properties of phonemes on the evolution of preschool children's writing
by Margarida Martins, Cristina Silva, Miguel Pereira
pp 693-709

Effects of age of acquisition and semantic transparency on reading characters in Chinese dyslexia
by Sam-Po Law, Olivia Yeung
pp 711-733

What is a reading error?
by William Labov, Bettina Baker
pp 735-757

Seeing the harm in harmed and harmful: Morphological processing by children in Grades 4, 6, and 8
by D Hélène Deacon, Emily Campbell, Meredith Tamminga, John R Kirby
pp 759-775

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
Language Acquisition
LL Issue: 21.3658