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Journal Title: Lingua
Volume/Issue:   139 /
Issue Title: Oral first language acquisition in children with a hearing impairment
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: Introduction

1. The development of oral language in children with bilateral hearing loss: From speech perception to morphosyntax
Martine Coene, Paul J. Govaerts
Pages 1-9

Articles

2. Hearing versus listening: Attention to speech and its role in language acquisition in deaf infants with cochlear implants
Derek M. Houston, Tonya R. Bergeson
Pages 10-25

3. The role of linguistic and environmental factors on grammatical development in French children with cochlear implants
M.T. Le Normand, I. Moreno-Torres
Pages 26-38

4. The production of relative clauses by Italian cochlear-implanted and hearing children
Francesca Volpato, Mirta Vernice
Pages 39-67

5. The production of Dutch finite verb morphology: A comparison between hearing-impaired CI children and specific language impaired children
Annemiek Hammer, Martine Coene, Johan Rooryck, Paul J. Govaerts
Pages 68-79

6. Mild-to-moderate hearing loss and language impairment: How are they linked?
Laurice Tuller, Hélène Delage
Pages 80-101

7. Long-term effects of congenital hearing impairment on language performance in adults
E. Huysmans, J. de Jong, J.H. van Lanschot-Wery, J.M. Festen, S.T. Goverts
Pages 102-121

For more information or to submit a paper please go to http://www.journals.elsevier.com/lingua
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Psycholinguistics
Neurolinguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Dutch
French
Italian
 
LL Issue: 25.683