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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   32 / 2
Date: May 2005
Table of Contents: The use of anaphoric pronouns by French children in narrative: evidence from constrained text production
by VictorEmmanuelMillogo
pp 439-461

Testing the Agreement/Tense Omission Model: why the data on children's use of non-nominative 3psg subjects count against the ATOM
by JulianMPine, CarolineF.Rowland, ElenaV.Lieven, AnnaL.Theakston
pp 269-289

On learning to draw the distinction between physical and metaphorical motion: is metaphor an early emerging cognitive and linguistic capacity?
by ŞeydaÖzçalişkan
pp 291-318

JOHNSON, M. H., MUNAKATA, Y. & GILMORE, R. O. (eds), Brain development and cognition: a reader (2nd Edition). Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2002. Pp. 544.
reviewed by VincentReid, TriciaStriano
pp 469-472

Infants can use distributional cues to form syntactic categories
by LouAnnGerken, RachelWilson, William D.Lewis
pp 249-268

MAYA HICKMANN, Children's discourse: person, space, and time across languages. Cambridge: CUP, 2003. Pp. 410. ISBN 0522584418.
reviewed by Barbara ZurerPearson
pp 463-469

Notes on Ingram's whole-word measures for phonological development
by HelenaTaelman, GertDurieux, StevenGillis
pp 391-405

Asynchrony in the cognitive and lexical development of young children with Williams syndrome
by ThierryNazzi, AlisonGopnik, AnnetteKarmiloff-Smith
pp 427-438

Children's resistance to homonymy: an experimental study of pseudohomonyms
by DevinM.Casenhiser
pp 319-343

The strength of children's knowledge of the role of root morphemes in the spelling of derived words
by DHélèneDeacon, PeterBryant
pp 375-389

LUDO VERHOEVEN & HANS VAN BALKOM (eds), Classification of developmental language disorders. Theoretical issues and clinical implications. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum, 2004. Pp. xii+450. ISBN 0-8058-4122-9.
reviewed by AlessandroTavano
pp 473-479

Acquisition of English comparative adjectives
by JanineGraziano-King, HelenSmithCairns
pp 345-373

The role of prediction in construction-learning
by AdeleE.Goldberg, DevinM.Casenhiser, NityaSethuraman
pp 407-426

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
 
LL Issue: 16.2024