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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   33 / 4
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: Pronominal Objects in English–Italian and Spanish–Italian Bilingual Children
by LudovicaSerratrice, AntonellaSorace, FrancescaFiliaci, MichelaBaldo
pp 725-751

Insight into the Structure of Compound Words among Speakers of Chinese and English
by JieZhang, RichardC.Anderson, QiuyingWang, JeromeL.Packard, XinchunWu, ShanTang, XiaolingKe
pp 753-779

Expert Knowledge, Distinctiveness, and Levels of Processing in Language Learning
by StephenAndrewBird
pp 665-689

Social and Linguistic Input in Low-Income African American Mother–Child Dyads from 1 Month through 2 Years: Relations to Vocabulary Development
by Priya MarianaShimpi, AliciaFedewa, SydneyHans
pp 781-798

The Role of Language Skills in Learning to Read: The Case of Bilingualism in French Overseas Departments
by IsabelleNegro, SophieGenelot
pp 799-828

Implicit and Explicit Knowledge in Second Language Acquisition
by PatrickRebuschat, JohnN.Williams
pp 829-856

“The Spotty Cow Tickled the Pig with a Curly Tail”: How Do Sentence Position, Preferred Argument Structure, and Referential Complexity Affect Children's and Adults’ Choice of Referring Expression?
by AnnaL.Theakston
pp 691-724

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Morphology
Sociolinguistics
Typology
Cognitive Science
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
Creole French, Seselwa
English
French
Italian
Spanish
 
LL Issue: 23.4218