Journal of Psycholinguistic Research
The Journal of Psycholinguistic Research covers a broad range of approaches to the study of the communicative process, including: the social and anthropological bases of communication; development of speech and language; semantics (problems in linguistic meaning); and biological foundations. It also examines the psychopathology of language and cognition as well as the neuropsychology of language and cognition. The journal publishes carefully selected papers from the several disciplines engaged in psycholinguistic research, providing a single, recognized medium for communications among linguists, psychologists, biologists, sociologists, and others.
43 Volumes 243 Issues 1,396 Articles available from 1972 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
Catrinel Haught (August 2014)
Noun Imageability Facilitates the Acquisition of Plurals: Survival Analysis of Plural Emergence in Children
Filip Smolík (August 2014)
Peng Zhou (August 2014)
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