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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   45 / 6
Date: 2018
Table of Contents: Caused motion across child languages: a comparison of English, German, and French
by Maya Hickmann, Henriëtte Hendriks, Anne-Katharina Harr, Philippe Bonnet
pp 1247-1274

The role of joint engagement in the development of language in a community-derived sample of slow-to-talk children
by L. Conway, P. Levickis, F. Mensah, J. Smith, M. Wake, S. Reilly
pp 1275-1293

Emerging word segmentation abilities in European Portuguese-learning infants: new evidence for the rhythmic unit and the edge factor
by Joseph Butler, Sónia Frota
pp 1294-1308

Cultural influences on the developing semantic lexicon
by Karla McGregor, Natalie Munro, Su Chen, Elise Baker, Jacob Oleson
pp 1309-1336

Developmental changes in articulation rate and phonic groups during narration in French children aged four to eleven years
by Jean-Marc Colletta, Catherine Pellenq, Ali Hadian-Cefidekhanie, Isabelle Rousset
pp 1337-1356

The acquisition of lexical tones by Cantonese–English bilingual children
by Peggy Mok, Albert Lee
pp 1357-1376

Does phonological distance impact quality of phonological representations? Evidence from Arabic diglossia
by Elinor Saiegh-Haddad, Lina Haj
pp 1377-1399

Development of unfamiliar accent comprehension continues through adolescence
by Tessa Bent
pp 1400-1411

The benefit of simultaneously encountered exemplars and of exemplar variability to verb learning
by Simon Snape, Andrea Krott
pp 1412-1422

SES effects on the use of variation sets in child-directed speech
by Shira Tal, Inbal Arnon
pp 1423-1438

Was that my name? Infants’ listening in conversational multi-talker backgrounds
by Dana Bernier, Melanie Soderstrom
pp 1439-1449

Reviewers 2018
by pp 1450-1451

JCL volume 45 issue 6 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

JCL volume 45 issue 6 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 29.4939