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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   37 / 5
Table of Contents: Early childhood language memory in the speech perception of international adoptees
by Janet S. Oh, Terry Kit-Fong Au, Sun-ah Jun
pp 1123-1132

Two-year-old phonology: impact of input, motor and cognitive abilities on development
by Barbara Dodd, Beth McIntosh
pp 1027-1046

Focus identification in child Mandarin
by Peng Zhou, Stephen Crain
pp 965-1005

Determining that a label is kind-referring: factors that influence children's and adults' novel word extensions
by Medha Tare, Susan A Gelman
pp 1007-1026

Behaviour regulation at the family dinner table. The use of and response to direct and indirect behaviour regulation in ten Swedish families
by Åsa Brumark
pp 1065-1088

Predictors of early precocious talking: A prospective population study
by Jemma Skeat, Melissa Wake, Sheena Reilly, Patricia Eadie, Lesley Bretherton, Edith L. Bavin, O. C. Ukoumunne
pp 1109-1121

What's in the input? Frequent frames in child-directed speech offer distributional cues to grammatical categories in Spanish and English
by Adriana Weisleder, Sandra R. Waxman
pp 1089-1108

Two-year-old phonology: impact of input, motor and cognitive abilities on development
by Barbara Dodd, Beth McIntosh
pp 1027-1046

Cross-linguistic syntactic priming in bilingual children
by Marina Vasilyeva, Heidi R Waterfall, Perla B Gámez, Ligia E Gómez, Edmond Bowers, Priya Mariana Shimpi
pp 1047-1064

Determining that a label is kind-referring: factors that influence children's and adults' novel word extensions
by Medha Tare, Susan A Gelman
pp 1007-1026

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Phonology
Psycholinguistics
Syntax
Cognitive Science
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
English
Spanish
Swedish
 
LL Issue: 21.4282