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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   28 / 4
Date: 2007
Table of Contents: Sources of information for stress assignment in reading Greek
by AthanassiosProtopapas, SvetlanaGerakaki, StellaAlexandri
pp 695-720

Gesture use in story recall by Chinese–English bilinguals
by ElenaNicoladis, SimonePika, HuiYin, PaulaMarentette
pp 721-735

Learning pitch patterns in lexical identification by native English-speaking adults
by PatrickC. M.Wong, TylerK.Perrachione
pp 565-585

Nonword repetition and serial recall: Equivalent measures of verbal short-term memory?
by LisaM. D.Archibald, SusanE.Gathercole
pp 587-606

Linguistic constraints on children's ability to isolate phonemes in Arabic
by ElinorSaiegh-Haddad
pp 607-625

Processing verb argument structure across languages: Evidence for shared representations in the bilingual lexicon
by AngelikiSalamoura, JohnN.Williams
pp 627-660

The use of film subtitles to estimate word frequencies
by BorisNew, MarcBrysbaert, JeanVéronis, ChristophePallier
pp 661-677

Syntactic awareness and reading ability: Is there any evidence for a special relationship?
by KateCain
pp 679-694

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
 
LL Issue: 18.2922