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2008. Noun grammaticalization and determiner use in French children's speech: A gradual development with prosodic and lexical influences. Journal of Child Language 35:2  pp. 403 ff. DOI logo
Beverly, Brenda L. & Lori A. Swanson
2005. Sensitivity to Verb Phrase Grammatically by Children with Specific Language Impairment. Perceptual and Motor Skills 100:3_suppl  pp. 1049 ff. DOI logo
Cauvet, Elodie, Rita Limissuri, Severine Millotte, Katrin Skoruppa, Dominique Cabrol & Anne Christophe
2014. Function Words Constrain On-Line Recognition of Verbs and Nouns in French 18-Month-Olds. Language Learning and Development 10:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Dye, Cristina, Yarden Kedar & Barbara Lust
2019. From lexical to functional categories: New foundations for the study of language development. First Language 39:1  pp. 9 ff. DOI logo
Hohle, Barbara & Jurgen Weissenborn
2003. German-learning infants' ability to detect unstressed closed-class elements in continuous speech. Developmental Science 6:2  pp. 122 ff. DOI logo
Höhle, Barbara, Jürgen Weissenborn, Dorothea Kiefer, Antje Schulz & Michaela Schmitz
2004. Functional Elements in Infants' Speech Processing: The Role of Determiners in the Syntactic Categorization of Lexical Elements. Infancy 5:3  pp. 341 ff. DOI logo
Kedar, Yarden
2019. Interaction between two determiner systems: The acquisition of English articles by a Hebrew-speaking child. First Language 39:1  pp. 111 ff. DOI logo
Kedar, Yarden, Marianella Casasola & Barbara Lust
2006. Getting There Faster: 18- and 24-Month-Old Infants' Use of Function Words to Determine Reference. Child Development 77:2  pp. 325 ff. DOI logo
Kedar, Yarden, Marianella Casasola, Barbara Lust & Yisrael Parmet
2017. Little Words, Big Impact: Determiners Begin to Bootstrap Reference by 12 Months. Language Learning and Development 13:3  pp. 317 ff. DOI logo
Kieburg, Anja & Petra Schulz
2011. Input Factors in Early Verb Acquisition: Do Word Frequency and Word Order Variability of Verbs Matter?. In Variation in the Input [Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics, 39],  pp. 95 ff. DOI logo
Kim, Yun Jung & Megha Sundara
2021. 6–month–olds are sensitive to English morphology. Developmental Science 24:4 DOI logo
Naigles, Letitia R., Edith L. Bavin & Melissa A. Smith
2005. Toddlers recognize verbs in novel situations and sentences. Developmental Science 8:5  pp. 424 ff. DOI logo
Onnis, Luca & Morten H. Christiansen
2008. Lexical Categories at the Edge of the Word. Cognitive Science 32:1  pp. 184 ff. DOI logo
Sandbank, Micheal & Paul Yoder
2016. The Association Between Parental Mean Length of Utterance and Language Outcomes in Children With Disabilities: A Correlational Meta-Analysis. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 25:2  pp. 240 ff. DOI logo
Sundara, Megha, Katherine Demuth & Patricia K. Kuhl
2011.  Sentence-Position Effects on Children’s Perception and Production of English Third Person Singular –s . Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 54:1  pp. 55 ff. DOI logo
van Kleeck, Anne, Amy Louise Schwarz, Marc Fey, Ann Kaiser, Jon Miller & Elaine Weitzman
2010. Should We Use Telegraphic or Grammatical Input in the Early Stages of Language Development With Children Who Have Language Impairments? A Meta-Analysis of the Research and Expert Opinion. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 19:1  pp. 3 ff. DOI logo
Weissenborn, J.
2002. The Acquisition of Verb Placement in German: A New Look. In Basic Functions of Language, Reading and Reading Disability [Neuropsychology and Cognition, 20],  pp. 79 ff. DOI logo
Zyzik, Eve
2009. Noun, verb, or adjective? L2 learners' sensitivity to cues to word class. Language Awareness 18:2  pp. 147 ff. DOI logo
Zyzik, Eve & Clara Azevedo
2009. WORD CLASS DISTINCTIONS IN SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION. Studies in Second Language Acquisition 31:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo

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