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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   44 / 5
Date: 2017
Table of Contents: Children's on-line processing of epistemic modals
by Vincenzo Moscati, Likan Zhan, Peng Zhou
pp 1025-1040

Optimistic expectations about communication explain children's difficulties in hiding, lying, and mistrusting liars
by Olivier Mascaro, Olivier Morin, Dan Sperber
pp 1041-1064

Non-adjacent consonant sequence patterns in English target words during the first-word period
by Katsura Aoyama, Barbara Davis
pp 1065-1087

Multimodal infant-directed communication: how caregivers combine tactile and linguistic cues
by Rana Abu-Zhaya, Amanda Seidl, Alejandrina Cristia
pp 1088-1116

How salient are onomatopoeia in the early input? A prosodic analysis of infant-directed speech
by Catherine Laing, Marilyn Vihman, Tamar Keren-Portnoy
pp 1117-1139

Infant-directed speech (IDS) vowel clarity and child language outcomes
by Kelly Hartman, Nan Ratner, Rochelle Newman
pp 1140-1162

Six-year-olds’ learning of novel words through addressed and overheard speech
by Anneleen Boderé, Koen Jaspaert
pp 1163-1191

Mental states and activities in Danish narratives: children with autism and children with language impairment
by Elisabeth Engberg-Pedersen, Rikke Christensen
pp 1192-1217

Morphological awareness as a function of semantics, phonology, and orthography and as a predictor of reading comprehension in Chinese
by Hong Li, Vedran Dronjic, Xi Chen, Yixun Li, Yahua Cheng, Xinchun Wu
pp 1218-1247

Is prosodic production driven by lexical development? Longitudinal evidence from babble and words
by Ilke Clerck, Michèle Pettinato, Jo Verhoeven, Steven Gillis
pp 1248-1273

Still not adult-like: lexical stress contrastivity in word productions of eight- to eleven-year-olds
by Joanne Arciuli, KIRRIE BALLARD
pp 1274-1288

JCL volume 44 issue 5 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

JCL volume 44 issue 5 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 28.3800