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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   40/3
Table of Contents: Gesture and language in narratives and explanations: the effects of age and communicative activity on late multimodal discourse development
by Asela Reig Alamillo, Jean-Marc Colletta, Michèle Guidetti
pp 511-538

Input frequency and lexical variability in phonological development: a survival analysis of word-initial cluster production
by Mitsuhiko Ota, Sam J. Green
pp 539-566

The use of the Internet in collecting CDI data – an example from Norway
by Kristian E. Kristoffersen, Hanne Gram Simonsen, Dorthe Bleses, Sonja Wehberg, Rune Norgaard Jorgensen, Eli Anne Eiesland, Laila Yvonne Henriksen
pp 567-585

The company that words keep: comparing the statistical structure of child- versus adult-directed language
by Thomas Hills
pp 586-604

Effect of foster care on language learning at eight years: Findings from the Bucharest Early Intervention Project
by Jennifer Windsor, Ana Moraru, Charles A. Nelson, Nathan A. Fox, Charles H. Zeanah
pp 605-627

Children's knowledge of hierarchical phrase structure: quantifier floating in Japanese
by Takaaki Suzuki, Naoko Yoshinaga
pp 628-655

Error patterns in young German children's wh-questions*
by Daniel Schmerse, Elena V. Lieven, Michael Tomasello
pp 656-671

What counts as effective input for word learning?
by Laura A. Shneidman, Michelle E. Arroyo, Susan C. Levine, Susan Goldin-Meadow
pp 672-686

Perception of audio-visual speech synchrony in Spanish-speaking children with and without specific language impairment
by Ferran Pons, Llorenç Andreu, MÒNICA Sanz-Torrent, Lucía Buil Legaz, DAVID J. LEWKOWICZ
pp 687-700

Perception of audio-visual speech synchrony in Spanish-speaking children with and without specific language impairment – CORRIGENDUM
by Ferran Pons, Llorenç Andreu, MÒNICA Sanz-Torrent, Lucía Buil Legaz, DAVID J. LEWKOWICZ
pp 701-701

JCL volume 40 issue 3 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b3

JCL volume 40 issue 3 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Phonology
Psycholinguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Language Acquisition
 
LL Issue: 24.1893