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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   34/2
Table of Contents: Decontextualized language production in two languages: An investigation of children's word definition skills in Korean and English
by Jennifer Yusun Kang
pp 211-231

The on-line processing of unaccusativity in Greek agrammatism
by Eleni Peristeri, Ianthi-Maria Tsimpli, Kyrana Tsapkini
pp 233-276

The use of cohesive markers in narratives by children with Williams syndrome
by Nancy E. Jones
pp 277-299

Spoken word recognition in adolescents with autism spectrum disorders and specific language impairment
by Tom Loucas, Nick G Riches, Gillian Baird, Andrew Pickles, Emily Simonoff, Susie Chandler, T. Charman
pp 301-322

Abstract knowledge of word order by 19 months: An eye-tracking study
by Julie Franck, Severine Millan, Andres Posada, Luigi Rizzi
pp 323-336

Communication patterns between internationally adopted children and their mothers: Implications for language development
by K. Gauthier, Fred Genesee, M. E. Dubois, K. Kasparian
pp 337-359

Perceived foreign accent in first language attrition and second language acquisition: The impact of age of acquisition and bilingualism
by Holger Hopp, Monika S Schmid
pp 361-394

The relationship between listening comprehension of text and sentences in preschoolers: Specific or mediated by lower and higher level components?
by Elena Florit, Maja Roch, Levorato M. Chiara
pp 395-415

Perceived foreign accent in first language attrition and second language acquisition: The impact of age of acquisition and bilingualism—ERRATUM
by Holger Hopp, Monika S Schmid
pp 417-417

APS volume 34 issue 2 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

APS volume 34 issue 2 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
LL Issue: 24.1688