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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   37 / 2
Table of Contents: CLEX: A cross-linguistic lexical norms database*
by RuneNorgaardJorgensen, PhilipS.Dale, DortheBleses, LarryFenson
pp 419-428

Now you hear it, now you don't: Vowel devoicing in Japanese infant-directed speech
by LaurelFais, SachiyoKajikawa, ShigeakiAmano, JanetFWerker
pp 319-340

Development of children's ability to distinguish sarcasm and verbal irony
by MelanieGlenwright, PennyMPexman
pp 429-451

Segmental production in Mandarin-learning infants
by Li-meiChen, RaymondDKent
pp 341-371

Tense and aspect in sentence interpretation by children with specific language impairment
by LaurenceB.Leonard, PatriciaDeevy
pp 395-418

Developing language in a developing body: the relationship between motor development and language development
by JanaMIverson
pp 229-261

Universal production patterns and ambient language influences in babbling: A cross-linguistic study of Korean- and English-learning infants*
by Sue AnnSLee, BarbaraL.Davis, PeterFMacNeilage
pp 293-318

Children's preference for HAS and LOCATED relations: A word learning bias for noun–noun compounds
by AndreaKrott, ChristinaL.Gagne, ElenaNicoladis
pp 373-394

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics
Pragmatics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
English
Japanese
 
LL Issue: 21.900