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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   46 / 1
Date: 2019
Table of Contents: Children's gradient sensitivity to phonological mismatch: considering the dynamics of looking behavior and pupil dilation
by Katalin Tamási, Cristina McKean, Adamantios Gafos, Barbara Höhle
pp 1-23

Acquisition of weak syllables in tonal languages: acoustic evidence from neutral tone in Mandarin Chinese
by Ping Tang, Ivan Yuen, Nan Rattanasone, Liqun Gao, Katherine Demuth
pp 24-50

A multi-group approach to examining language development in at-risk learners
by A. Delcenserie, F. Genesee, N. Trudeau, F. Champoux
pp 51-79

Verb-based prediction during language processing: the case of Dutch and Turkish
by Susanne Brouwer, Deniz Özkan, Aylin Küntay
pp 80-97

Toddlers map the word ‘good’ to helping agents, but not to fair distributors
by Laura Franchin, Federica Savazzi, Isabel Neira-Gutierrez, Luca Surian
pp 98-110

Prosody perception and production by children with cochlear implants
by Daan Velde, Niels Schiller, Claartje Levelt, Vincent Heuven, Mieke Beers, Jeroen Briaire, Johan Frijns
pp 111-141

An acoustic study of lexical stress contrastivity in children with and without autism spectrum disorders
by Joanne Arciuli, Benjamin Bailey
pp 142-152

The effect of neighborhood density on children's word learning in noise
by Min Han, Holly Storkel, Daniel Bontempo
pp 153-169

The acquisition of English possessives by a bilingual child: Do input and usage frequency matter?
by Elena Babatsouli, Elena Nicoladis
pp 170-183

Success in learning similar-sounding words predicts vocabulary depth above and beyond vocabulary breadth
by Merel Goch, Ludo Verhoeven, James McQueen
pp 184-197

JCL volume 46 issue 1 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

JCL volume 46 issue 1 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 30.840