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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   41 / 2
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: Novel word retention in sequential bilingual children
by Pui FongKan
pp 416-438

Reciprocal influences between maternal language and children's language and cognitive development in low-income families
by LuluSong, ELIZABETH T.SPIER, CatherineSTamis-Lemonda
pp 305-326

Intonation influences how children and adults interpret sarcasm
by MelanieGlenwright, Jayanthi M.Parackel, Kristene R. J.Cheung, ElizabethS.Nilsen
pp 472-484

The second-language vocabulary trajectories of Turkish immigrant children in Norway from ages five to ten: the role of preschool talk exposure, maternal education, and co-ethnic concentration in the neighborhood
by VeslemøyRydland, VibekeGrøver, JoshuaLawrence
pp 352-381

How early do children understand gesture–speech combinations with iconic gestures?
by CarmenStanfield, RebeccaWilliamson, ŞeydaÖzçalişkan
pp 462-471

Harmonic cues for speech segmentation: a cross-linguistic corpus study on child-directed speech
by NihanKetrez
pp 439-461

Gender and agreement processing in children with Developmental Language Disorder
by NataliaRakhlin, Sergey A.Kornilov, ElenaGrigorenko
pp 241-274

Do statistical segmentation abilities predict lexical-phonological and lexical-semantic abilities in children with and without SLI?
by ElinaMainela-Arnold, JuliaLEvans
pp 327-351

Rethinking echolalia: repetition as interactional resource in the communication of a child with autism
by LauraSterponi, JenniferShankey
pp 275-304

The Comparative Method of language acquisition research: a Mayan case study
by CliftonPye, BarbaraPfeiler
pp 382-415

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
General Linguistics
Psycholinguistics
Sociolinguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Hungarian
Itzá
Polish
Dari
Quiché
Russian
Turkish
Language Family(ies): Mayan
 
LL Issue: 25.1227