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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   38 / 5
Date: 2011
Table of Contents: Emotional state talk and emotion understanding: a training study with preschool children
by Ilaria Grazzani, Veronica Ornaghi
pp 1124-1139

Children with Specific Language Impairment in Finnish: the use of tense and agreement inflections
by Sari Kunnari, Tuula Savinainen-Makkonen, Laurence B. Leonard, Leena Mäkinen, Anna-Kaisa Tolonen, Mirja Luotonen, Eeva Leinonen
pp 999-1027

Mutual exclusivity and phonological novelty constrain word learning at 16 months
by Emily Mather, Kim Plunkett
pp 933-950

Investigating the effects of syllable complexity in Russian-speaking children with SLI
by Darya Kavitskaya, Maria A. Babyonyshev, Theodore Walls, Elena Grigorenko
pp 979-998

Tuning information packaging: intonational realization of topic and focus in child Dutch
by Aoju Chen
pp 1055-1083

A case-marking cue for filler–gap dependencies in children's relative clauses in Japanese
by Takaaki Suzuki
pp 1084-1095

Contributions of phonetic token variability and word-type frequency to phonological representations
by LouAnn Gerken, Diane K. Ohala
pp 951-978

Contending with foreign accent in early word learning
by Rachel Schmale, George Hollich, Amanda Seidl
pp 1096-1108

Children aged 2 ; 1 use transitive syntax to make a semantic-role interpretation in a pointing task
by Miriam Dittmar, Michael Sharwood-Smith, Elena V. Lieven, Michael Tomasello
pp 1109-1123

Infants' gestures influence mothers' provision of object, action and internal state labels
by Janet Olson, Elise Frank Masur
pp 1028-1054

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Dutch
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