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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   34 / 4
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: Comprehension of reflexive and personal pronouns in children with autism: A syntactic or pragmatic deficit?
by Alexandra Perovic, Nadezhda (Nadya) N Modyanova, Kenneth Wexler
pp 813-835

Oral language skills of Spanish-speaking English language learners: The impact of high-quality native language exposure
by Perla B Gámez, Susan C. Levine
pp 673-696

Roles of morphological awareness in the reading comprehension of Spanish-speaking language minority learners: Exploring partial mediation by vocabulary and reading fluency
by Michael J. Kieffer, Gina Biancarosa, Jeanette Mancilla-Martinez
pp 697-725

Short-form versions of the Spanish MacArthur–Bates Communicative Development Inventories
by Donna Jackson-Maldonado, Virginia A Marchman, Lia C. H. Fernald
pp 837-868

Morphological awareness in Chinese: Unique associations of homophone awareness and lexical compounding to word reading and vocabulary knowledge in Chinese children
by Phil D. Liu, Catherine McBride-Chang, Terry T.-Y. Wong, Hua Shu, Anita M. Y. Wong
pp 755-775

The explicit/implicit knowledge distinction and working memory: Implications for second-language reading comprehension
by Gülcan Erçetin, Cem Alptekin
pp 727-753

The impact of verb form, sentence position, home language, and second language proficiency on subject–verb agreement in child second language Dutch
by Elma Blom, Harald R. Baayen
pp 777-811

Revisiting the phonological deficit in dyslexia: Are implicit nonorthographic representations impaired?
by Catherine Dickie, Mitsuhiko Ota, Ann Clark
pp 649-672

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
LL Issue: 24.2585