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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   46 / 4
Date: 2019
Table of Contents: Novel word learning at 21 months predicts receptive vocabulary outcomes in later childhood
by Vinaya Rajan, Haruka Konishi, Katherine Ridge, Derek Houston, Roberta Golinkoff, Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Nancy Eastman, Richard Schwartz
pp 617-631

Speech development in preschool children: evaluating the contribution of phonological short-term and phonological working memory
by Rebecca Waring, Susan Liow, Patricia Eadie, Barbara Dodd
pp 632-652

The development of vocabulary and grammar: a longitudinal study of European Portuguese-speaking toddlers
by Irene Cadime, Célia Moreira, Ana Santos, Carla Silva, Iolanda Ribeiro, Fernanda Viana
pp 653-681

Examination of monolingual (English) and bilingual (English/Spanish; English/Urdu) children's syntactic awareness
by Denise Davidson, Sandra Vanegas, Elizabeth Hilvert, Vanessa Rainey, Ieva Misiunaite
pp 682-706

Testing language acquisition models: null and overt topics in Mandarin
by Jingtao Zhu, Anna Gavarró
pp 707-732

Differentiating scalar implicature from exclusion inferences in language acquisition
by Jessica Sullivan, Kathryn Davidson, Shirlene Wade, David Barner
pp 733-759

Chinese preschoolers’ acquisition of temporal adverbs indicating past, present, and future: a corpus-based study
by Lu Liang, Dandan Wu, Hui Li
pp 760-784

Visual sequential processing and language ability in children who are deaf or hard of hearing
by Michelle Gremp, Joanne Deocampo, Anne Walk, Christopher Conway
pp 785-799

Exploring the association of infant receptive language and pitch variability in fathers’ infant-directed speech
by Jean Quigley, Elizabeth Nixon, Sarah Lawson
pp 800-811

Appreciating language conventions: thirteen-month-old Chinese infants understand that word generalization is shared practice
by Siying Liu, Renji Sun
pp 812-823

JCL volume 46 issue 4 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

JCL volume 46 issue 4 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 30.2930