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Early Language Development: Bridging brain and behaviour
Edited by Angela D. Friederici and Guillaume Thierry
[Trends in Language Acquisition Research 5] 2008
► pp. 91114
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Altvater‐Mackensen, Nicole & Nivedita Mani
2013. Word‐form familiarity bootstraps infant speech segmentation. Developmental Science 16:6  pp. 980 ff. DOI logo
Bleses, Dorthe, Hans Basbøll & Werner Vach
2011. Is Danish difficult to acquire? Evidence from Nordic past-tense studies. Language and Cognitive Processes 26:8  pp. 1193 ff. DOI logo
Hahn, Laura E., Titia Benders, Paula Fikkert & Tineke M. Snijders
2021. Infants’ Implicit Rhyme Perception in Child Songs and Its Relationship With Vocabulary. Frontiers in Psychology 12 DOI logo
Johnson, Elizabeth K.
2016. Constructing a Proto-Lexicon: An Integrative View of Infant Language Development. Annual Review of Linguistics 2:1  pp. 391 ff. DOI logo
Johnson, Elizabeth K. & Amanda Seidl
2008. Clause Segmentation by 6‐Month‐Old Infants: A Crosslinguistic Perspective. Infancy 13:5  pp. 440 ff. DOI logo
Kooijman, Valesca, Peter Hagoort & Anne Cutler
2009. Prosodic Structure in Early Word Segmentation: ERP Evidence From Dutch Ten‐Month‐Olds. Infancy 14:6  pp. 591 ff. DOI logo

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