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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   32 / 1
Table of Contents: Evolution of the missing-letter effect among young readers between ages 5 and 8
by Denis Foucambert, Jacques Baillé
pp 1-17

Quantifying phonological representation abilities in Spanish-speaking preschool children
by Jason L. Anthony, Rachel G. Aghara, Emily J. Solari, Martha J. Dunkelberger, Jeffrey M. Williams, Lan Liang
pp 19-49

Vocabulary size matters: The assimilation of second-language Australian English vowels to first-language Japanese vowel categories
by Rikke L. Bundgaard-Nielsen, Catherine T. Best, Michael D. Tyler
pp 51-67

Translation ambiguity in and out of context
by Anat Prior, Shuly Wintner, Brian Macwhinney, Alon Lavie
pp 93-111

Phonological memory, attention control, and musical ability: Effects of individual differences on rater judgments of second language speech
by Talia Isaacs, Pavel Trofimovich
pp 113-140

Integrated knowledge of agreement in early and late English–Spanish bilinguals
by Rebecca Foote
pp 187-220

The relation between teacher input and lexical growth of preschoolers
by Edmond Bowers, Marina Vasilyeva
pp 221-241

Size matters: Early vocabulary as a predictor of language and literacy competence
by Joanne Lee
pp 69-92

The role of home and school factors in predicting English vocabulary among bilingual kindergarten children in Singapore
by L. Quentin Dixon
pp 141-168

Honorifics: A sociocultural verb agreement cue in Japanese sentence processing—CORRIGENDUM
by Yuki Yoshimura, Brian Macwhinney
pp 243-244

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Pragmatics
Psycholinguistics
Sociolinguistics
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
English
French
Japanese
Spanish
Tamil
Malay
 
LL Issue: 21.4979