2000

New Directions In Language Development And Disorders

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ISBN: 978-1-4613-6865-6 (Print) 978-1-4615-4157-8 (Online)

Table of contents (27 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

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    Theories of Language Learning and Children with Specific Language Impairment

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    Pages 7-11

    The Relevance of Recent Research on SLI to Our Understanding of Normal Language Development

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    Pages 13-23

    Time Parsing, Normal Language Acquisition, and Language-Related Developmental Disorders

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    Pages 25-37

    How Optional is “Optional” in the Extended Optional Infinitive Stage?

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    Pages 39-49

    Derivational Morphology in Sli Children

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    Pages 51-60

    Speech Monitoring in Retarded Children

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    Pages 61-71

    Gesture Use by Two Children with Tracheostomy

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    Pages 73-83

    Three Hypotheses on Early Grammatical Development*

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    Pages 85-95

    Could a chomskyan Child Learn Polish?

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    Pages 97-103

    On the Acquisition of Pronominal Reference in Child—Greek

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    Pages 105-117

    The Emergence of Periphrastic Questions in Child—French

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    Pages 119-128

    The Role of Performance Limitations in the Acquisition of “Mixed” Verbargument Structure at Stage I

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    Pages 129-137

    Argument Structure Preferences in Pre-School and School-Age Children*

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    Pages 139-147

    Argument Structure Alternation in French Children’s Speech

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    Pages 149-168

    Lexically Specified Patterns in Early Verbal Morphology in Spanish*

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    Pages 169-177

    Infants of 24-30 Months Understand Verb Frames

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    Pages 179-188

    Morphological Future in Italian Children*

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    Pages 189-198

    Cross-Linguistic Developmental Evidence of Implicit Causality In Visual Perception and Cognition Verbs

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    Pages 199-209

    What They Hear is What You Get? Infinitives and Modality in Child Language and Child-Directed Speech*

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    Pages 211-222

    An Experimental and Computational Exploration of Developmental Patterns in Lexical Access and Representation

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