Half Title Page.
List of Articles.
About the Editors.
List of Contributors.
2: Adolescent Language Development and Use.
3: Adoption Studies of Second First-Language Acquisition.
4: Age of Acquisition Effects.
5: Alignment (Interactive).
6: Apraxia of Speech, Childhood.
7: Argument Structure.
9: Assessment of Language Abilities.
10: Associative Processes.
11: Auditory Processing and Language Impairments.
12: Auditory Sequence/Artificial Grammar Learning.
13: Autism and Language Development.
14: Autobiographical Memory Role of Language.
15: Auxiliary and Modal Verbs.
16: Baby Sign Systems.
17: Bayesian Inference in Word Learning.
18: Bilingual Language Development.
19: Bilingualism: Effects on Cognitive Development.
20: Bilingualism: Interactions Between Languages.
21: Brown, Roger.
22: Bruner, Jerome.
23: Category-Based Induction.
24: Child Language Data Exchange System.
25: Child-Directed Speech (Effects of Variation in Quality).
26: Child-Directed Speech (Features of).
27: Chomsky, Noam.
28: Chunk-Based Language Acquisition.
29: Color Cognition and Language Development.
30: Computational Models of Language Development.
31: Conceptual Foundations of Early Word Learning.
32: Connectionist Models of Language Development.
33: Conversational Implicature.
34: Conversational Skills.
35: Corpus-Based Methods.
36: Critical Period in Language Development.
37: Cross-Cultural Factors in Communicative Development.
38: Cross-Linguistic Investigation of Language Impairments.
39: Cross-Linguistic Research on Literacy Development.
40: Cross-Modal Perception of Speech.
41: Cross-Situational Word Learning.
42: Cultural Learning.
43: Developmental Dyslexia.
44: Diagnosing Language Impairments.
45: Diagnosing Reading Impairments.
46: Dialect Usage and Language Development.
47: Diminutives in Child-Directed and Child Speech.
49: Distributional Knowledge and Language Learning.
50: Domain Specificity.
51: Dual-Route Model of Reading Development.
52: Dyadic Interaction and Early Communicative Development.
53: Dynamic Synchrony and Early Word Learning.
54: Dynamic Systems Theory and Language Development.
55: Early Second Language Acquisition.
56: Early Word Learning.
57: Effects of Head Start Early Intervention on Language Development.
58: Effects of Schooling on Language Development.
59: Electrophysiology Methods in Language Development.
60: Emergentist Coalition Model of Word Learning.
61: Epistemic Markers.
62: Event Perception and Language Development.
63: Evidential Markers.
64: Evolutionary Perspectives on Language Development.
65: Executive Functions and Language Development/Processing.
66: Fast Mapping in Lexical Development.
67: Filler Syllables and Acquisition of Grammatical Morphemes.
68: Finite Verbs.
69: First Language Attrition and Loss in Bilinguals.
70: Focal Lesions and Language Development.
71: Frequency Effects in Language Development.
72: Functional Brain Imaging Methods in Language Development.
73: Gender Differences in Language Development.
74: Generalization of Linguistic Patterns.
76: Genetic Basis of Language Development and Impairment.
77: Genetic Syndromes and Language Development.
78: Gestures in Communicative Development (Overview).
79: Grammatical Categories.
80: Grammatical Development in Children with Language Impairments.
81: Grammatical Gender.
82: Grammaticality Judgment Task.
83: High-Amplitude Sucking Procedure.
84: Home Environment (Effects on Language and Literacy Development).
85: Home Sign.
87: Hyper-Articulation of Child-Directed Speech.
88: Imitation in Communicative Development.
89: Individual Differences in Adult L1 Attainment.
90: Induction in Language Learning.
91: Interrelationship of Language and Cognitive Development (Overview).
92: Intervention for Child Language Impairments.
93: Item-Based/Exemplar-Based Learning.
94: Joint Attention and Language Development.
95: Labeling Effects on Cognitive Development.
96: Language and Motor Interactions in Development.
97: Language Development in Children with Cochlear Implants.
98: Language Development in Deaf Children.
99: Language Development in Preterm Infants and Children.
100: Language Development in Twins.
101: Language for Reading.
102: Language Learning in Avians.
103: Language Learning in Cetaceans.
104: Language Learning in Dogs.
105: Language Learning in Nonhuman Primates.
106: Late Talkers.
107: Learning Words from Overheard Speech.
108: Less-Is-More Hypothesis.
109: Lexical Bootstrapping.
110: Lexical Development.
111: Lexical Innovations.
112: Linguistic Tonal Systems.
113: Literacy Effects on Cognitive Development.
114: Literacy Instruction Methods.
115: Long-Distance Dependencies.
117: MacArthur-Bates CDI.
118: Matthew Effects (Rich Get Richer).
119: Mechanisms of Cultural Transmission and Language Learning.
120: Meta-Linguistic Awareness.
122: Metrical Segmentation.
123: Milestones in Language Development.
124: Morphological Development.
125: Motion Expression.
126: Multiple Cues in Language Acquisition.
127: Narrative Development.
128: Natural Pedagogy.
129: Neonatal Preference for Speech.
130: Neonatal Speech Perception.
131: Neural Basis of Language Development.
132: Nonliteral Language Use.
133: Noun Bias in Word Learning.
134: Numerical Cognition and Language Development.
135: Otitis Media and Language Development.
136: Over-Extension and Under-Extension in Word Learning.
137: Over-Generalization of Grammatical Constructions.
138: Over-Regularization in Morphological Development.
139: Parental Responsiveness and Scaffolding of Language Development.
140: Parsing/Sentence Processing.
141: Pediatric Audiology.
142: Perseveration and Speech Errors in Child Language Production.
143: Perspective Taking in Communication.
144: Phoneme Discrimination.
145: Phonological and Prosodic Bootstrapping.
146: Phonological Awareness.
147: Phonological Development.
148: Phonological Development in Children with Language Impairments.
149: Phonological Processes in Lexical Development.
150: Phonological Templates.
151: Play and Its Role in Language Development.
153: Pragmatic Development.
154: Prediction in Language Learning, Role of.
155: Preferential Looking/Head-Turn Preference Procedures.
156: Prelinguistic Vocalization (Overview).
157: Principles-and-Parameters Framework.
158: Private Speech/Inner Speech.
159: Processing Deficits in Children with Language Impairments.
161: Proto-Conversation and Song in Infant Communication.
164: Reading, Development of.
165: Reading Comprehension.
166: Recasts, Clarifications, and Other Indirect Negative Evidence.
167: Referential Communication.
168: Relational Terms.
169: Semantic Development.
170: Semantic Development in Children with Language Impairments.
171: Shape Bias in Word Learning.
172: Sign Language Acquisition.
173: Slow Mapping in Lexical Development.
174: Social Conventions, Learning of.
175: Social Foundations of Communicative Development.
176: Social Functioning in Children with Language Impairments.
177: Social Shaping of Infant Vocalization.
178: Socioeconomic Factors.
179: Sound Symbolism.
180: Spatial Cognition and Language Development.
181: Specific Language Impairment (Overview).
182: Speech Acts.
183: Speech Perception and Categorization.
184: Speech Processing.
185: Speech Prosody.
186: Speech Sounds, Articulation of.
187: Speech Variability (Infant Accommodation to).
189: Spoken Word Recognition.