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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   41 / 5
Date: 2020
Table of Contents: Speech cues to deception in bilinguals
by Margarethe McDonald, Elizabeth Mormer, Margarita Kaushanskaya
pp 993-1015

Sensitivity to syntactic violation and semantic ambiguity in English modal verbs: A self-paced reading study
by Nadia Mifka-Profozic, David O’Reilly, Juan Guo
pp 1017-1043

Atypical context-dependent speech processing in autism
by Alan Yu, Carol To
pp 1045-1059

Effects of a morpheme-based training procedure on the literacy skills of readers with a reading disability
by Irit Bar-Kochva, Sebastian Korinth, Marcus Hasselhorn
pp 1061-1082

Domain-general auditory processing determines success in second language pronunciation learning in adulthood: A longitudinal study
by Kazuya Saito, Hui Sun, Adam Tierney
pp 1083-1112

To see or not to see: The roles of item properties and language knowledge in Chinese missing logographeme effect
by Xiuli Tong, Qinli Deng, Hélène Deacon, Jean Saint-Aubin, Suiping Wang
pp 1113-1139

The structure of developing semantic networks: Evidence from single and multiple nominal word associations in young monolingual and bilingual readers
by Tessa Spätgens, Rob Schoonen
pp 1141-1169

Does learner cognition count on modality? Working memory and L2 morphosyntactic achievement across oral and written tasks
by Janire Zalbidea, Cristina Sanz
pp 1171-1196

Timed versus untimed recognition of L2 collocations: Does estimated proficiency modulate congruency effects?
by Suhad Sonbul, Dina El-Dakhs
pp 1197-1222

Cross-linguistic syntactic priming in Korean learners of English
by Myeongeun Son
pp 1223-1247

APS volume 41 issue 5 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

APS volume 41 issue 5 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 31.3945