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Journal Title: Journal of Child Language
Volume/Issue:   40 / 1
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: JCL volume 40 issue 1 Cover and Back matter
by EdithL.Bavin, LetitiaR.Naigles
pp b1-b7

Introduction: special issue on atypical development
by EdithL.Bavin, LetitiaR.Naigles
pp 1-10

The benefit of orthographic support for oral vocabulary learning in children with Down syndrome
by EdithL.Bavin, LetitiaR.Naigles, CharlesHulme
pp 221-243

Failure to learn from feedback underlies word learning difficulties in toddlers at risk for autism
by EdithL.Bavin, LetitiaR.Naigles, K.Frame, K.Hudry, S.Chandler, M.H.Johnson, T.Charman
pp 29-46

Discriminating Down Syndrome and Fragile X Syndrome based on language ability
by EdithL.Bavin, LetitiaR.Naigles, LeonardAbbeduto
pp 244-265

Non-adjacent dependency learning in infants at familial risk of dyslexia
by EdithL.Bavin, LetitiaR.Naigles, Maartjede Klerk, FrankWijnen
pp 11-28

Pathways to language: a naturalistic study of children with Williams syndrome and children with Down syndrome
by EdithL.Bavin, LetitiaR.Naigles
pp 106-138

Gesturing with an injured brain: How gesture helps children with early brain injury learn linguistic constructions
by EdithL.Bavin, LetitiaR.Naigles, SusanGoldin-Meadow
pp 69-105

Lexical composition in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
by EdithL.Bavin, LetitiaR.Naigles
pp 47-68

Do you have a question for me? How children with Williams syndrome respond to ambiguous referential communication during a joint activity
by EdithL.Bavin, LetitiaR.Naigles, HelenTager-Flusberg
pp 266-289

Verb inflection in German-learning children with typical and atypical language acquisition: the impact of subsyllabic frequencies
by EdithL.Bavin, LetitiaR.Naigles
pp 169-192

Plural noun inflection in Kuwaiti Arabic-speaking children with and without Specific Language Impairment
by EdithL.Bavin, LetitiaR.Naigles, AbdessatarMahfoudhi
pp 139-168

Lexical organization in deaf children who use British Sign Language: Evidence from a semantic fluency task
by EdithL.Bavin, LetitiaR.Naigles, KathrynMason, RosalindHerman, GaryMorgan
pp 193-220

JCL volume 40 issue 1 Cover and Front matter
by EdithL.Bavin, LetitiaR.Naigles
pp f1-f3

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Arabic, Gulf
LL Issue: 23.5180