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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   25 / 4
Date: October 2004
Table of Contents: Dative prepositions in children with specific language impairment
by Bernard Grela, Lula Rashiti, Monica Soares
pp 467-480

Perceptual restoration in children versus adults
by Rochelle S Newman
pp 481-493

The impact of phonemic and lexical distance on the phonological analysis of words and pseudowords in a diglossic context
by Elinor Saiegh-Haddad
pp 495-512

Long-term association between articulation quality and phoneme sensitivity: A study from age 3 to age 8
by Eleanor Thomas, Monique Sénéchal
pp 513-541

Crossing borders: Recognition of Spanish words by English-speaking children with and without language impairment
by Kathryn Kohnert, Jennifer Windsor, Ruth Miller
pp 543-564

Interaction of lexical and sublexical information in spelling: Evidence from nonword priming
by Jocelyn R Folk, Brenda Rapp
pp 565-585

The effects of discourse processing with regard to syntactic and semantic cues: A competition model study
by I-ru Su
pp 587-601

Morphological insensitivity in second language processing
by Nan Jiang
pp 603-634

by Nan Jiang
pp 635-636

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
Subject Language(s): English
LL Issue: 16.724