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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   32/3
Date: 2011
Table of Contents: Morphological processing in reading acquisition: A cross-linguistic perspective
by Ludo Verhoeven, Charles A Perfetti
pp 457-466

Do children see the danger in dangerous? Grade 4, 6, and 8 children's reading of morphologically complex words
by D Hélène Deacon, Rachel Whalen, John R Kirby
pp 467-481

Morpheme frequency effects in Dutch complex word reading: A developmental perspective
by Ludo Verhoeven, Robert Schreuder
pp 483-498

How specific is the connection between morphological awareness and spelling? A study of French children
by Séverine Casalis, D Hélène Deacon, S. Pacton
pp 499-511

Word frequency modulates morpheme-based reading in poor and skilled Italian readers
by Stefania Marcolini, Daniela Traficante, Pierluigi Zoccolotti, Cristina Burani
pp 513-532

The development of whole-word representations in compound word processing: Evidence from eye fixation patterns of elementary school children
by Tuomo Häikiö, Raymond Bertram, Jukka Hyönä
pp 533-551

Morphological analysis in learning to read pseudowords in Hebrew
by Amalia Bar-On, Dorit Diskin Ravid
pp 553-581

Acquisition of compound words in Chinese–English bilingual children: Decomposition and cross-language activation
by Chenxi Cheng, Min Wang, Charles A Perfetti
pp 583-600

Morphological awareness and word reading in English language learners: Evidence from Spanish- and Chinese-speaking children
by Gloria Ramirez, Xi Chen, Esther Geva, Yang Luo
pp 601-618

Morphological sensitivity in deaf readers of Dutch
by Anne H van Hoogmoed, Ludo Verhoeven, Robert Schreuder, Harry Knoors
pp 619-634

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Psycholinguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
Dutch
English
Finnish
French
Hebrew
Italian
Spanish
 
LL Issue: 22.2731