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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   33 / 2
Date: 2006
Table of Contents: Common Aetiology for Diverse Language Skills in 41/2-year-old Twins
by YuliaKovas, NicoleHarlaar, DorothyV. M.Bishop
pp 339-368

Direct Object Predictability: effects on young children's imitation of sentences
by pp 247-269

Object Agreement and Specificity in Early Swahili
by KamilUdDeen
pp 223-246

Interaction of Lexical and Grammatical Aspect in Toddlers' Language
by BonnieW.Johnson, MarcE.Fey
pp 419-435

Early Noun Plurals in German: regularity, productivity or default?
by SabineLaaha, KatharinaKorecky-Kroll, GregorLaaha
pp 271-302

Learning to Use Demonstratives in Conversation: what do language specific strategies in Turkish reveal?
by AylinC.Küntay
pp 303-320

Differing Sequences of Metaphonological Development in French and English
by LynneG.Duncan, AnnieMagnon, PhilipH. K.Seymour
pp 369-399

Young Children's Expectation of Competence in Word Learning
by pp 321-338

Getting to the Root: young writers' sensitivity to the role of root morphemes in the spelling of inflected and derived words
by DHélèneDeacon, PeterBryant
pp 401-417

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
Subject Language(s): English
French
German
Swahili
Turkish
 
LL Issue: 17.2473