BUCLD 33 Online Proceedings Supplement

Edited by Jane Chandlee, Michelle Franchini, Sandy Lord, and Marion Rheiner
March 2009

Syntax Informs Two-Year-Olds’ Expectations about Verb Meaning
Sudha Arunachalam and Sandra Waxman
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The Role of Parental Mental-State Talk in the Development of Social Understanding
Michelle Chouinard and Lizbeth Duran
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Metalinguistic Awareness in Monolingual and Bilingual Children and its Relationship to Receptive Vocabulary Scores and Performance on a Reading Readiness Test
Denise Davidson and Vanessa Raschke
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Individual Differences in Preschoolers’ Text Comprehension: Contributions of Verbal Abilities, Short-Term and Working Memory
Elena Florit, Maria Chiara Levorato, and Maja Roch
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Pied-piping in embedded contexts in the acquisition of English: A qualitative study of comprehension
Claire Foley and Nathan Keegan
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An acoustic analysis of child language productions with reduced clusters
Margarita Gulian and Claartje Levelt
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Age Effect on the Acquisition of Second Language Prosody
Becky Huang and Sun-Ah Jun
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Early lexical composition of Cantonese-English bilingual children
Joanne Lee
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The Recognition of Verb Roots & Bound Morphemes when Vowel Alternations Are at Play
Alexandra Marquis and Rushen Shi
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Root Infinitives in Japanese and the Late Acquisition of Head Movement
Keiko Murasugi and Chisato Fuji
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Word Recognition in German Primary School Children with English as a Second Language: Evidence for Positive Transfer?
Antje Pillunat and Dany Adone
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‘The doctor’s mother’ or ‘the mother of the doctor’?: Syntactic priming of possessive noun phrases in English preschoolers
Barbora Skarabela and Ludovica Serratrice
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L2 acquisition of P modifiers: Fine-tuning the linguistic expression of trajectories
David Stringer, Beatrix Burghardt, Yi-Ting Wang, and Hyun Kyoung Seo
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Morphological cues vs. number of nominals in learning verb types in Turkish: Syntactic bootstrapping mechanism revisited
Deniz Yüret, A. Engin Ural, Nihan Ketrez, Dilara Koçbaş and Aylin C. Küntay
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