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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   33 / 3
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: Processing reflexives in a second language: The timing of structural and discourse-level constraints
by ClaudiaFelser, IanCunnings
pp 571-603

Do young bilinguals acquire past tense morphology like monolinguals, only later? Evidence from French–English and Chinese–English bilinguals
by ElenaNicoladis, JianhuiSong, PaulaMarentette
pp 457-479

Phonotactics and morphophonology in early child language: Evidence from Dutch
by TaniaS.Zamuner, AnnemarieKerkhoff, PaulaFikkert
pp 481-499

Native and nonnative processing of Japanese pitch accent
by XianghuaWu, Jung-YuehTu, YueWang
pp 623-641

Comparison of native versus nonnative perception of vowel length contrasts in Arabic and Japanese
by KimikoTsukada
pp 501-516

Cross-linguistic differences in the immediate serial recall of consonants versus vowels
by ElizabethMariaKissling
pp 605-621

Second language learners' vocabulary expansion is associated with improved second language vowel intelligibility
by RikkeL.Bundgaard-Nielsen, CatherineT.Best, ChristianKroos, MichaelD.Tyler
pp 643-664

Cognitive mechanism of writing to dictation of logographic characters
by ZaizhuHan, LupingSong, YanchaoBi
pp 517-537

Feature types and object categories: Is sensorimotoric knowledge different for living and nonliving things?
by CarrieA.Ankerstein, Rosemary A.Varley, PatriciaE.Cowell
pp 539-569

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Phonology
Psycholinguistics
Semantics
Writing Systems
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Arabic, Standard
Chinese, Mandarin
Dutch
English
French
German
Japanese
 
LL Issue: 23.4000