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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   34 / 6
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: Testing the statistical learning of spelling patterns by manipulating semantic and orthographic frequency
by S. HélèneDeacon, DilysLeung
pp 1093-1108

Longitudinal predictors of Chinese word reading and spelling among elementary grade students
by Pui-SzeYeung, ConnieSuk-HanHo, Yau-KaiWong, David Wai-OckChan, KevinK. H.Chung, Lap-YanLo
pp 1245-1277

Event-related potentials reveal anomalous morphosyntactic processing in developmental dyslexia
by ChiaraCantiani, Maria LuisaLorusso, PaoloPerego, MassimoMolteni, MariaTeresaGuasti
pp 1135-1162

The impact of instruction on second-language implicit knowledge: Evidence against encapsulation
by Paul D.Toth, PedroGuijarro-Fuentes
pp 1163-1193

The role of accessibility of semantic word knowledge in monolingual and bilingual fifth-grade reading
by MarjoleinCremer, RobSchoonen
pp 1195-1217

Predictors of growth or attrition of the first language in Latino children with specific language impairment
by GabrielaSimon-Cereijido, VeraF.Gutiérrez-Clellen, MonicaSweet
pp 1219-1243

A reading-time study of the main verb versus reduced relative clause ambiguity resolution by English learners in Taiwan
by Pi-LanYang, Su-ChinShih
pp 1109-1133

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Psycholinguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
English
Spanish
 
LL Issue: 24.4028