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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   39 / 3
Date: 2018
Table of Contents: Perception of valence and arousal in German emotion terms: A comparison between 9-year-old children and adults
by Daniela Bahn, Christina Kauschke, Michael Vesker, Gudrun Schwarzer
pp 463-481

Morphological awareness and visual processing of derivational morphology in high-functioning adults with dyslexia: An avenue to compensation?
by Jeremy Law, Anneli Veispak, Jolijn Vanderauwera, Pol Ghesquière
pp 483-506

Morphological awareness, word reading, and reading comprehension in Portuguese
by Pedro Freitas, Márcia Mota, S. Deacon
pp 507-525

Tracing the development of spatially modulated gestures in the manual modality in nonsigning Chinese-speaking children
by Wing-Chee So, Kit-Yi Wong
pp 527-544

Development of early morphological awareness in Greek: Epilinguistic versus metalinguistic and inflectional versus derivational awareness
by Vassiliki Diamanti, Argyro Benaki, Angeliki Mouzaki, Asimina Ralli, Faye Antoniou, Sophia Papaoiannou, Athanassios Protopapas
pp 545-567

The effect of pause location on perceived fluency
by Jimin Kahng
pp 569-591

Acoustic characteristics and learner profiles of low-, mid- and high-level second language fluency
by Kazuya Saito, Meltem Ilkan, Viktoria Magne, Mai Tran, Shungo Suzuki
pp 593-617

Agreement attraction in native and nonnative speakers of German
by Sol Lago, Claudia Felser
pp 619-647

Word learning by young sequential bilinguals: Fast mapping in Arabic and Hebrew
by Zohar Eviatar, Haitham Taha, Vikki Cohen, Mila Schwartz
pp 649-674

Do single or multiple deficit models predict the risk of dyslexia in Standard Indonesian?
by Elisabeth Borleffs, Bernard Jap, Indri Nasution, Frans Zwarts, Ben Maassen
pp 675-702

APS volume 39 issue 3 Cover and Front matter
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APS volume 39 issue 3 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 29.1866