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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   39 / 4
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: A functional account of verb use in the early stages of English multiword development
by TheaRuthCameron-Faulkner
pp 885-897

Basic language comprehension and production in >100,000 young children from sixteen developing nations
by MarcH.Bornstein, CharleneHendricks
pp 899-918

Preschoolers' comprehension of pronouns and reflexives: the impact of the task
by ChristinaBergmann, MarkusPaulus, PaulaFikkert
pp 777-803

Putting singular and plural morphology in context*
by MarcoDispaldro, BeatriceBenelli
pp 863-884

The interface between neighborhood density and optional infinitives: normal development and Specific Language Impairment
by JillR.Hoover, HollyL.Storkel, MabelL.Rice
pp 835-862

Density, frequency and the expressive phonology of children with phonological delay
by JudithA.Gierut, MicheleL.Morrisette
pp 804-834

Children's use of phonological information in ambiguity resolution: a view from Mandarin Chinese
by PengZhou, Y.Sun, StephenCrain, LiqunGao, LikanZhan
pp 687-730

The role of morphophonological regularity in young Spanish-speaking children's production of gendered noun phrases
by Brittany A.Lindsey, LouAnnGerken
pp 753-776

Mothers respond differently to infants' familiar versus non-familiar verbal imitations
by JanetOlson, Elise FrankMasur
pp 731-752

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
Phonology
Psycholinguistics
Syntax
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
English
Spanish
 
LL Issue: 23.3997