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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   35 / 4
Date: 2008
Table of Contents: The Role of Evidentiality in Bulgarian Children's Reliability Judgments
by StankaA.Fitneva
pp 845-868

Audiovisual Speech Recalibration in Children*
by SabineVan Linden, JeanVroomen
pp 809-822

Acoustical Cues and Grammatical Units in Speech to Two Preverbal Infants
by MelanieSoderstrom, MeganBlossom, RinaFoygel, JamesL.Morgan
pp 869-902

A Cross-Linguistic Investigation of the Acquisition of the Pragmatics of Indefinite and Definite Reference in Two-Year-Olds
by Margot IsabellaRozendaal, AnneEdithBaker
pp 773-807

The Psycholinguistics of Developing Text Construction
by RuthA.Berman
pp 735-771

The Relationship of Parenting Stress and Child Temperament to Language Development among Economically Disadvantaged Preschoolers
by MelanieNoel, CarolePeterson, BeulahJesso
pp 823-843

Non-Word Repetition Assesses Phonological Memory and is Related to Vocabulary Development in 20- to 24-month-olds
by ErikaHoff, CynthiaCore, KellyBridges
pp 903-916

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
 
LL Issue: 19.3025