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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   34 / 5
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: Phonological short-term and working memory in bilinguals' native and second language
by MargaritaKaushanskaya, JeewonYoo
pp 1005-1037

Comprehension and error monitoring in simultaneous interpreters
by CarolinaYudes, PedroMacizo, LuisMorales, Maria TeresaBajo
pp 1039-1057

Early morphological decomposition of suffixed words: Masked priming evidence with transposed-letter nonword primes
by ElisabethBeyersmann, Jon AndoniDu├▒abeitia, ManuelCarreiras, MaxColtheart, AnneCastles
pp 869-892

Are abstract and concrete concepts organized differently? Evidence from the blocked translation paradigm
by XiaohongZhang, ZaizhuHan, YanchaoBi
pp 1059-1092

Linguistic skills and speaking fluency in a second language
by Nivja H.de Jong, MargaritaP.Steinel, ArjenFlorijn, RobSchoonen, JanH.Hulstijn
pp 893-916

Linguistic distance effect on cross-linguistic transfer of morphological awareness
by DongboZhang
pp 917-942

Processing of regular and irregular past tense morphology in highly proficient second language learners of English: A self-paced reading study
by ChristosPliatsikas, TheodorosMarinis
pp 943-970

The language phenotype of a small geographically isolated Russian-speaking population: Implications for genetic and clinical studies of developmental language disorder
by NataliaRakhlin, Sergey A.Kornilov, DeanPalejev, Roman A.Koposov, Joseph T.Chang, ElenaGrigorenko
pp 971-1003

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
Dutch
English
Greek, Modern
Korean
Russian
Spanish
 
LL Issue: 24.3561