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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   41 / 1
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: Annoying Danish relatives: Comprehension and production of relative clauses by Danish children with and without SLI
by Kristine Jensen De López, Lone Sundahl Olsen, Vasiliki Chondrogianni
pp 51-83

Early grammatical development in Spanish children with Down syndrome
by Miguel Galeote, Pilar Soto, Eugenia Sebastián, Elena Checa, Concepción Sánchez-Palacios
pp 111-131

That's not what you said earlier: preschoolers expect partners to be referentially consistent
by Susan A. Graham, Julie Sedivy, Melanie Khu
pp 34-50

Past tense productivity in Dutch children with and without SLI: the role of morphophonology and frequency
by Judith E. Rispens, Elise de Bree
pp 200-225

Phonetic variation in consonants in infant-directed and adult-directed speech: the case of regressive place assimilation in word-final alveolar stops
by Laura Christine Dilley, Amanda L. Millett, J. Devin Mcauley, Tonya R. Bergeson
pp 155-175

Between L2 and SLI: inflections and prepositions in the Hebrew of bilingual children with TLD and monolingual children with SLI
by Sharon Armon-Lotem
pp 3-33

Effects of social games on infant vocalizations*
by Hui-Chin Hsu, Suneeti Nathani Iyer, Alan Fogel
pp 132-154

Interpretation of contrastive pitch accent in six- to eleven-year-old English-speaking children (and adults)
by Kiwako Ito, Sarah A. Bibyk, Laura Wagner, Shari R. Speer
pp 84-110

When do infants begin recognizing familiar words in sentences?
by Rory A. Depaolis, Marilyn May Vihman, Tamar Keren-Portnoy
pp 226-239

Computational evaluation of the Traceback Method
by Sheli Kol, Bracha Nir, Shuly Wintner
pp 176-199

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
General Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Danish
LL Issue: 25.782