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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   39 / 2
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: Nouns and Verbs in Chintang: Children's Usage and Surrounding Adult Speech
by Sabine E. Stoll, Balthasar Bickel, Elena V. Lieven, Netra Prasad Paudyal, Goma Banjade, Toya Nath Bhatta, Martin Gaenszle, Judith Pettigrew, Ichchha Purna Rai, Manoj Rai, Novel Kishore Rai
pp 284-321

The Impact of Scaffolding and Overhearing on Young Children's Use of the Spatial Terms Between and Middle
by Emily K. Foster, Alycia M. Hund
pp 338-364

Second-First Language Acquisition: Analysis of Expressive Language Skills in a Sample of Girls Adopted from China
by Tony Xing Tan, Troy Loker, Robert F. Dedrick, Kofi Marfo
pp 365-382

Early Morphological Productivity in Hungarian: Evidence from Sentence Repetition and Elicited Production
by Bálint Gábor, Ágnes Lukács
pp 411-442

Beyond Syntactic Priming: Evidence for Activation of Alternative Syntactic Structures
by Marina Vasilyeva, Heidi R Waterfall
pp 258-283

Is Prosodic Development Correlated with Grammatical and Lexical Development? Evidence from Emerging Intonation in Catalan and Spanish
by Pilar Prieto, Ana Estrella, Jill Thorson, Maria Del Mar Vanrell
pp 221-257

Restrictions on Addition: Children's Interpretation of the Focus Particles auch ‘also’ and nur ‘only’ in German
by Frauke Berger, Barbara Höhle
pp 383-410

Toddlers Learn Words in a Foreign Language: The Role of Native Vocabulary Knowledge
by Melissa Koenig, Amanda L. Woodward
pp 322-337

The Shape-Bias in Spanish-Speaking Children and its Relationship to Vocabulary
by Erin R. Hahn, Lisa M. Cantrell
pp 443-455

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Catalan-Valencian-Balear
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