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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   29 / 4
Date: 2008
Table of Contents: How Does Home Language Influence Early Spellings? Phonologically Plausible Errors of Diglossic Malay Children
by Sajlia BinteJalil, SusanJRickard Liow
pp 535-552

Is Second Language Lexical Access Prosodically Constrained? Processing of Word Stress by French Canadian Second Language Learners of English
by AnnieTemblay
pp 553-584

Expressive Language Style Among Adolescents and Adults with Williams Syndrome
by NicoleA.Crawford, LisaR.Edelson, Daniela PlesaSkwerer, HelenTager-Flusberg
pp 585-602

Factors that Influence Comprehension of Connectives Among Language Minority Children from Spanish-Speaking Backgrounds
by AmyC.Crosson, NonieK.Lesaux, MariaMartiniello
pp 603-625

Is Overt Repetition Critical to Expressive Word Learning? The Role of Overt Repetition in Word Learning With and Without Semantics
by BrandonAbbs, PrahladGupta, NaveenKhetarpal
pp 627-667

Verbal, Visual, and Spatial Working Memory Demands During Text Composition
by ThierryOlive, RonaldT.Kellogg, AnniePiolat
pp 669-687

The Acquisition of Tense in English: Distinguishing child second language from first language and specific language impairment
by JohannesParadis, MabelL.Rice, MarthaCrago, JanetMarquis
pp 689-722

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
LL Issue: 19.2884