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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   26 / 2
Date: April 2005
Table of Contents: Active players or just passive bystanders? The role of morphemes in spelling development in a transparent orthography
by AnnukkaLehtonen, PeterBryant
pp 137-155

The sequential cueing effect in children's speech production
by BenjaminMunson, MollyE.Babel
pp 157-174

Perception of transient nonspeech stimuli is normal in specific language impairment: Evidence from glide discrimination
by K.Nation, S.Rosen
pp 175-194

Verb inflections and noun phrase morphology in the spontaneous speech of Spanish-speaking children with specific language impairment
by LisaMBedore, LaurenceB.Leonard
pp 195-225

The effects of identification training on the identification and production of American English vowels by native speakers of Japanese
by StephenG.Lambacher, William l.Martens, KazuhikoKakehi, ChandrajithAshubodaMarasinghe, GarryMolholt
pp 227-247

Knowledge of context sensitive spellings as a component of spelling competence: Evidence from Danish
by HolgerJuul
pp 249-265

Is the deficit in phonological awareness better explained in terms of task differences or effects of syllable structure?
by RosarioOrtiz, IsabelHernández–valle, RemediosGuzmán, MercedesRodrigo, AdelinaEstévez, AliciaDíaz, SergioHernández
pp 267-283

Paths to phonemic awareness in Japanese: Evidence from a training study
by SatsukyUrbain, JoséMorais, RégineKolinsky
pp 285-309

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
Phonetics
Phonology
Psycholinguistics
Subject Language(s): English
 
LL Issue: 16.1447