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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   41 / 3
Date: 2020
Table of Contents: The contribution of orthographic input, phonological skills, and rise time discrimination to the learning of non-native phonemic contrasts
by Adeetee Bhide, Marta Ortega-Llebaria, Scott Fraundorf, Charles Perfetti
pp 481-516

Second language learning of phonological alternations with and without orthographic input: Evidence from the acquisition of a German-like voicing alternation
by Shannon Barrios, Rachel Hayes-Harb
pp 517-545

Comprehension of English plural-singular marking by Mandarin-L1, early L2-immersion learners
by Brian Rusk, Johanne Paradis, Juhani Järvikivi
pp 547-577

Jalapeno or jalapeño: Do diacritics in consonant letters modulate visual similarity effects during word recognition?
by Ana Marcet, Hnazand Ghukasyan, María Fernández-López, Manuel Perea
pp 579-593

Conceptual transfer and lexical development in adjectives of space: Evidence from judgments, reaction times, and eye tracking
by Brent Wolter, Junko Yamashita, Chi Leung
pp 595-625

Morphosyntactic adaptation in adult L2 processing: Exposure and the processing of case and tense violations
by Holger Hopp
pp 627-656

Metalinguistic contribution to reading comprehension: A comparison of Primary 3 students from China and Singapore
by Sun Baoqi, Guangwei Hu, Xiao Curdt-Christiansen
pp 657-684

Alternating-color words facilitate reading and eye movements among second-language learners of Chinese
by Wei Zhou, Wanwen Ye, Ming Yan
pp 685-699

The “work” of being a bilingual: Exploring effects of forced language switching on language production and stress level in a real-world setting
by Sara Smith, Stephanie Seitz, Kelly Koutnik, Meaghan Mckenna, Jorge Garcia
pp 701-725

APS volume 41 issue 3 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

APS volume 41 issue 3 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 31.2579