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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   41 / 1
Date: 2020
Table of Contents: Spanish-speaking English learners’ English language and literacy skills: The predictive role of conceptually scored vocabulary
by Jin Hwang, Jeannette Mancilla-Martinez, Janna McClain, Min Oh, Israel Flores
pp 1-24

Exploring variation in nonnative Japanese learners’ perception of lexical pitch accent: The roles of processing resources and learning context
by Seth Goss
pp 25-49

The use of social–communicative cues to interpret ambiguous pronouns: Bilingual adults differ from monolinguals
by Carla Contemori, Fabiola Tortajada
pp 51-77

The narrative macrostructure production of Spanish–English bilingual preschoolers: Within- and cross-language relations
by Dana Bitetti, Carol Hammer, Lisa López
pp 79-106

Sentence repetition and non-word repetition in early total French immersion
by Maureen Scheidnes
pp 107-131

Inhibitory control and receptive vocabulary influence aspect comprehension in children
by Andrew Blank, Rachael Holt, Laura Wagner
pp 133-151

The impact of brief exposure to the second language on native language production: Global or item specific?
by Tamar Degani, Hamutal Kreiner, Haya Ataria, Farha Khateeb
pp 153-183

Acquisition of aspect in L2: The computation of event completion by Japanese learners of English
by Keiko Kaku-MacDonald, Juana Liceras, Nina Kazanina
pp 185-214

A tale of two frequency effects: Toward a verification model of L2 word recognition
by Nan Jiang, Man Li, Taomei Guo
pp 215-236

Evaluating Part V of the German version of the Token Test as a screening of specific language impairment in preschoolers
by Michaela Schmoeger, Matthias Deckert, Brigitte Eisenwort, Benjamin Loader, Annemarie Hofmair, Eduard Auff, Ulrike Willinger
pp 237-258

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 31.916