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Early Language Development: Bridging brain and behaviour (Trends in Language Acquisition Research)

 
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The present volume is the fifth in the series ‘Trends in Language Acquisition Research’ (TiLAR). As an official publication of the International Association for the Study of Child Language (IASCL), the TiLAR Series publishes two volumes per three year period in between IASCL congresses. All volumes in the IASCL-TiLAR Series are invited edited volumes by IASCL members that are strongly thematic in nature and that present cutting edge work which is likely to stimulate further research to the fullest extent.

Table of contents

List of Contributors
vii–viii
Preface
ix–x
Introduction to early language development: Bridging brain and behavior
GuillaumeThierryandAngelaD.Friederici
xi–xiv
1. The method of event-related brain potentials in the study of cognitive processes: A tutorial
ClaudiaMnnel
1–22
2. Event-related potential studies of early language processing at the phoneme, word, and sentence levels
BarbaraT.Conboy, MaritzaRivera-Gaxiola, JuanSilva-PereyraandPatriciaK.Kuhl
23–64
3. Behavioral and electrophysiological exploration of early word segmentation in French: Distinguishing the syllabic and lexical levels.
ThierryNazzi, GalinaIakimova, JosianeBertoncini, SylvainMottet, JosetteSerresandScaniadeSchonen
65–89
4. Reflections on reflections of infant word recognition
ValescaKooijman, ElizabethK.JohnsonandAnneCutler
91–114
5. The onset of word form recognition: A behavioural and neurophysiological study
GuillaumeThierryandMarilynMayVihman
115–135
6. Neurophysiological correlates of picture-word priming in one-year-olds
ManuelaFriedrich
137–160
7. The effects of early word learning on brain development
ElizabethA.SheehanandDebraL.Mills
161–190
8. From perception to grammar
JacquesMehler, AnsgarEndress, JuditGervainandMarinaNespor
191–213
9. The development of syntactic brain correlates during the first years of life
AngelaD.FriedericiandRegineOberecker
215–231
10. Language acquisition and ERP approaches: Prospects and challenges
DavidPoeppelandAkiraOmaki
233–255
Glossary
257–260
Index
261–263





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