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Journal Title: Canadian Journal of Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   63 / 4
Date: 2018
Table of Contents: The interaction of phonetic/phonological development and input characteristics in early lexical development: longitudinal and crosslinguistic perspectives
by Sophie Kern
pp 481-492

From babbling to first words in Tashlhiyt language acquisition: longitudinal two-case studies
by Mohamed Lahrouchi, Sophie Kern
pp 493-526

Development of phonetic complexity in Arabic, Berber, English and French
by Frédérique Gayraud, Melissa Barkat-Defradas, Mohamed Lahrouchi, Mahé Hamed
pp 527-555

Phonological selection patterns in early words: A preliminary cross-linguistic investigation
by Barbara Davis, Florence Chenu, Hoyoung Yi
pp 556-579

Questioning the role of lexical contrastiveness in phonological development: Converging evidence from perception and production studies
by Yvan Rose, Sarah Blackmore
pp 580-608

A phonological, lexical, and phonetic analysis of the new words that young children imitate
by Tania Zamuner, Andrea Thiessen
pp 609-632

Activity types and child-directed speech: a comparison between French, Tunisian Arabic and English
by Ludivine Glas, Caroline Rossi, Rim Hamdi-Sultan, Cédric Batailler, Hacene Bellemmouche
pp 633-666

What is a representative language sample for word and sound acquisition?
by Naomi Yamaguchi
pp 667-685

Thanks to Reviewers Remerciements aux évaluateurs
by pp 686-687

CNJ volume 63 issue 4 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

CNJ volume 63 issue 4 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b4

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 29.4864