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Wed Mar 24 2010

TOC: Applied Psycholinguistics 31/2 (2010)

Editor for this issue: Susanne Vejdemo <susannelinguistlist.org>

        1.    Daniel Davies, Applied Psycholinguistics Vol 31, No 2 (2010)

Message 1: Applied Psycholinguistics Vol 31, No 2 (2010)
Date: 11-Mar-2010
From: Daniel Davies <ddaviescambridge.org>
Subject: Applied Psycholinguistics Vol 31, No 2 (2010)
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume Number: 31
Issue Number: 2
Issue Date:

Main Text:

Theodoros Marinis

Keynote Article

The interface between bilingual development and specific language impairment
Johanne Paradis


Instructive bilingualism: Can bilingual children with specific language
impairment rely on one language in learning a second one?
Sharon Armon-Lotem

Mapping at the interface
Shula Chiat

Summing up problems in bilingual specific language impairment: Why multiple
influences may not be additive
Gina Conti-Ramsden

Notes on the nature of bilingual specific language impairment
Jan de Jong

The use of descriptive data from bilingual children to inform theories of
specific language impairment
Susan Weismer, Margarita Kaushanskaya

Interface or face to face? The profiles and contours of bilinguals and specific
language impairment
Virginia Gathercole

Development or impairment?
Gisela Håkansson

Bilingualism as a kind of therapy?
Aafke Hulk, Sharon Unsworth

Beyond morphosyntax in developing bilinguals and “specific” language impairment
Kathryn Kohnert, Kerry Ebert

Language combinations, subtypes, and severity in the study of bilingual children
with specific language impairment
Laurence Leonard

An integrated approach to the study of specific language impairment and bilingualism
Kathleen Peets, Ellen Bialystok

Evaluating maturational parallels in second language children and children with
specific language impairment
Mabel Rice

The potential of studying specific language impairment in bilinguals for
linguistic research on specific language impairment in monolinguals
Monika Rothweiler

All acquisition begins with the projection of a bare verb phrase
Anne Vainikka, Martha Young-Scholten

We can no longer afford a monolingual norm
Barbara Zurer-Pearson

Author's Response

Response to Commentaries on the interface between bilingual development and
specific language impairment
Johanne Paradis

APS volume 31 issue 2 Cover and Front matter

APS volume 31 issue 2 Cover and Back matter

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
                            Applied Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Dutch (nld)
                            German, Standard (deu)
                            Korean (kor)
                            Spanish (spa)
                            Turkish (tur)

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