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Journal of Cognitive Science
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Articles
[Volume 10, Issie 2] (2009) pp. 209-226
Chinese Classifiers and Count Nouns
Byeong-Uk Yi(University of Toronto)
[Volume 10, Issie 2] (2009) pp. 195-208
Conventional Implicature and Classifiers
Eric McCready(Aoyama Gakuin University)
[Volume 10, Issie 2] (2009) pp. 172-194
Japanese Mo: Universal, Additive, and NPI
Mana Kobuchi-Philip(UiL-OTS, Utrecht University)
[Volume 10, Issie 2] (2009) pp. 149-172
Number marking in Colloquial Singapore English
Chonghyuck Kim(National University of Singapore), Qizhong Chang(University of Southern California), and Leslie Lee(University of California)
[Volume 10, Issie 2] (2009) pp. 135-148
Syntactic Cues to Individuation in Mandarin Chinese
Pierina Cheung(University of Waterloo), David Barner(University of California, San Diego), and Peggy Li(Harvard University)
[Volume 10, Issie 2] (2009) pp. 113-134
Quantification support with indeterminate pronouns
Alastair Butler (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science and Tohoku University)
[Volume 11, Issue 1] (2010) pp. 79-127
The Effects of Properties of the Radicals in Radical Migration Phenomena
H. Saito(Nagoya University), G.B. Flores d'Arcais(University of Padova), M. Kawakami(Osaka Shoin Women's University), and H. Masuda(Hiroshima Shudo University)
[Volume 11, Issue 1] (2010) pp. 57-78
Transfer of Phonological and Morphological Awareness to Reading in English and Logographic Hanja among Korean Children
Jeung-Ryeul Cho and Jee-Young Lee(Kyungnam University)
[Volume 11, Issue 1] (2010) pp. 37-56
Understanding Chinese Dyslexia
Wen Xiao and Him Cheung(The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
[Volume 11, Issue 1] (2010) pp. 7-35
Spelling Development in Thai Children
Heather Winskel(University of Western Sydney)
[Volume 11, Issue 1] (2010) pp. 1-5
Introduction: Reading Development and Reading Disorders in Asian Languages
Greg B. Simpson(University of Kansas)
[Volume 2, Issue 2] (2001) pp. 81-118
Default ne in Child Mandarin Chinese
Paul Hagstrom (Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures, Boston University), Joan Chen-Main & Geraldine Legendre (Department of Cognitive Science, Johns Hopkins University), and Liang Tao (Department of Linguistics, Ohio University)
[Volume 2, Issue 2] (2001) pp. 119-143
The Role of Parental Input in the Acquisition of Tense-Aspect Morphology
Ping Li, Sarah Maher, Erica Newmark and Jennifer Hurley (Department of Psychology, University of Richmond)
[Volume 2, Issue 2] (2001) pp. 145-169
Long-Distance Binding in Psych-Predicates
Chungmin Lee (Institute for Cognitive Sciences, Seoul National University)
[Volume 2, Issue 2] (2001) pp. 171 -193
Are Prosodic Units Universally Important to Children in their Early Language Acquisition? Korean children's Detection and Use of Language-Specific Prosodic Units
Youngon Choi and Reiko Mazuka (Department of Psychology, Duke University)
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