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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   33 / 1
Date: 2006
Table of Contents: Patterns of Intra-word Phonological Variability During the Second Year of Life
by Anna VogelSosa
pp 31-50

Prelinguistic Pitch Patterns Expressing ‘Communication’ and ‘Apprehension’
by pp 163-178

The Use of Nouns and Verbs by Japanese Children and Their Caregivers in Book-reading and Toy-playing Contexts
by TamikoOgura, PhilipS.Dale
pp 1-29

Facilitating the Acquisition of 'under' by Means of 'in' and 'on' - A Training Study in Polish
by KatharinaJ.Rohlfing
pp 51-69

Valéria Csépe (ed.), Dyslexia: Different Brain, Different Behaviour. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2003. Pp. 193. ISBN 0-306-47752-1.
reviewed by GuillaumeThierry
pp 217-222

The Phonological Mean Length of Utterance: methodological challenges from a crosslinguistic perspective
by KatriSaaristo-Helin, TuulaSavinainen-Makkonen
pp 179-190

Early Relations between Lexical and Grammatical Development in Very Immature Italian Preterms
by AnnalisaGuarini, GianpaoloSalvioli
pp 199-216

Language in Boys with Fragile X Syndrome
by YonataLevy, RikiGottesman
pp 125-144

Word Learning Deficit among Chinese Dyslexic Children
by pp 145-161

‘To define means to say what you know about things’: the development of definitional skills as metalinguistic acquisition
by GianlucaGini, DanielaLucangeli
pp 71-97

Note of Clarification on the Coding of Light Verbs in 'Semantic Generality, Input Frequency and the Acquisition of Syntax' (Journal of Child Language 31, 61–99)
by ElenaV.Lieven
pp 191-197

Word Learning Deficit among Chinese Dyslexic Children
by ConnieSuk-Han Ho, Suk-HanLee
pp 145-161

Editorial
by EdithL.Bavin, PhilipS.Dale
pp i-i

Perspective-shifts in Event Descriptions in Tamil Child Language
by BhuvanaNarasinham, MarianneGullberg
pp 99-124

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
Italian
Japanese
Polish
Tamil
 
LL Issue: 17.2345