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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   26 / 2
Date: April 2005
Table of Contents: Active players or just passive bystanders? The role of morphemes in spelling development in a transparent orthography
by Annukka Lehtonen, Peter Bryant
pp 137-155

The sequential cueing effect in children's speech production
by Benjamin Munson, Molly E. Babel
pp 157-174

Perception of transient nonspeech stimuli is normal in specific language impairment: Evidence from glide discrimination
by K. Nation, S. Rosen
pp 175-194

Verb inflections and noun phrase morphology in the spontaneous speech of Spanish-speaking children with specific language impairment
by Lisa M Bedore, Laurence B. Leonard
pp 195-225

The effects of identification training on the identification and production of American English vowels by native speakers of Japanese
by Stephen G. Lambacher, William l. Martens, Kazuhiko Kakehi, Chandrajith Ashuboda Marasinghe, Garry Molholt
pp 227-247

Knowledge of context sensitive spellings as a component of spelling competence: Evidence from Danish
by Holger Juul
pp 249-265

Is the deficit in phonological awareness better explained in terms of task differences or effects of syllable structure?
by Rosario Ortiz, Isabel Hernández–valle, Remedios Guzmán, Mercedes Rodrigo, Adelina Estévez, Alicia Díaz, Sergio Hernández
pp 267-283

Paths to phonemic awareness in Japanese: Evidence from a training study
by Satsuky Urbain, José Morais, Régine Kolinsky
pp 285-309

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
Subject Language(s): English
LL Issue: 16.1447