LINGUIST List 32.1733

Tue May 18 2021

TOC: Applied Psycholinguistics 42 / 3 (2021)

Editor for this issue: Sarah Robinson <srobinsonlinguistlist.org>



Date: 28-Apr-2021
From: Dan Iredale <diredalecambridge.org>
Subject: Applied Psycholinguistics Vol. 42, No. 3 (2021)
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
http://cambridge.org

Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume Number: 42
Issue Number: 3
Issue Date: 2021


Main Text:

Plural marking in the second language: Atomicity, definiteness, and transfer
Sea Choi, Tania Ionin
549-578

Quantifying individual differences in native and nonnative sentence processing
Ian Cunnings, Hiroki Fujita
579-599

Word skipping in deaf and hearing bilinguals: Cognitive control over eye movements remains with increased perceptual span
Matthew Traxler, Timothy Banh, Madeline Craft, Kurt Winsler, Trevor Brothers, Liv Hoversten, Pilar Piñar, David Corina
601-630

The use of tonal coarticulation in segmentation of artificial language speech: A study with Mandarin listeners
Zhe-Chen Guo, Shu-Chen Ou
631-655

Spatial agency bias and word order flexibility: A comparison of 14 European languages
Caterina Suitner, Anne Maass, Eduardo Navarrete, Magdalena Formanowicz, Boyka Bratanova, Carmen Cervone, Juho Hakoköngäs, Toon Kuppens, Eleni Lipourli, Tamara Rakić, Andrea Scatolon, Catia Teixeira, Zhenlan Wang, Maria Sobral, Antonin Carrier
657-671

Speech production factors and verbal working memory in children and adults with developmental language disorder
Gerard Poll, Carol Miller
673-702

The role of modality and awareness in language learning
Chuqi Zhao, Judit Kormos, Patrick Rebuschat, Shungo Suzuki
703-737

The development of a measure of orthographic knowledge in the Arabic language: A psychometric evaluation
Sana Tibi, Lisa Fitton, Autumn McIlraith
739-762

The roles of cognitive abilities and hearing acuity in older adults’ recognition of words taken from fast and spectrally reduced speech
Esther Janse, Sible Andringa
763-790

Grammatical performance in children with dyslexia: the contributions of individual differences in phonological memory and statistical learning
Merel Witteloostuijn, Paul Boersma, Frank Wijnen, Judith Rispens
791-821

APS Volume 42 Issue 2 Cover and Front Matter – ADDENDUM
823-823

APS volume 42 issue 3 Cover and Back matter
b1-b2

APS volume 42 issue 3 Cover and Front matter
f1-f2




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