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2015. The ubiquity of frequency effects in first language acquisition. Journal of Child Language 42:2  pp. 239 ff. Crossref logo
BROUWER, Susanne, Deniz ÖZKAN & Aylin C. KÜNTAY
2019. Verb-based prediction during language processing: the case of Dutch and Turkish. Journal of Child Language 46:1  pp. 80 ff. Crossref logo
Chan, Angel, Stephen Matthews, Nicole Tse, Annie Lam, Franklin Chang & Evan Kidd
2021. Revisiting Subject–Object Asymmetry in the Production of Cantonese Relative Clauses: Evidence From Elicited Production in 3-Year-Olds. Frontiers in Psychology 12 Crossref logo
CHAN, ANGEL, WENCHUN YANG, FRANKLIN CHANG & EVAN KIDD
2018. Four-year-old Cantonese-speaking children's online processing of relative clauses: a permutation analysis. Journal of Child Language 45:1  pp. 174 ff. Crossref logo
CHEN, JIDONG & YASUHIRO SHIRAI
2015. The acquisition of relative clauses in spontaneous child speech in Mandarin Chinese. Journal of Child Language 42:2  pp. 394 ff. Crossref logo
Dell, Gary S. & Franklin Chang
2014. The P-chain: relating sentence production and its disorders to comprehension and acquisition. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369:1634  pp. 20120394 ff. Crossref logo
Diessel, Holger
2019.  In The Grammar Network, Crossref logo
Green, Kieran & John W. Schwieter
2018. Using more native-like language acquisition processes in the foreign language classroom. Cogent Education 5:1  pp. 1429134 ff. Crossref logo
Hinaut, Xavier, Florian Lance, Colas Droin, Maxime Petit, Gregoire Pointeau & Peter Ford Dominey
2015. Corticostriatal response selection in sentence production: Insights from neural network simulation with reservoir computing. Brain and Language 150  pp. 54 ff. Crossref logo
Janciauskas, Marius & Franklin Chang
2018. Input and Age-Dependent Variation in Second Language Learning: A Connectionist Account. Cognitive Science 42  pp. 519 ff. Crossref logo
Kempen, Gerard & Karin Harbusch
2017.  In Crossroads Semantics,  pp. 107 ff. Crossref logo
Khoe, Yung Han, Chara Tsoukala, Gerrit Jan Kootstra & Stefan L. Frank
2021. Is structural priming between different languages a learning effect? Modelling priming as error-driven implicit learning. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience  pp. 1 ff. Crossref logo
Kidd, Evan
2015.  Incorporating learning into theories of parsing. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 5:4  pp. 487 ff. Crossref logo
MacDonald, Maryellen C., Jessica L. Montag & Silvia P. Gennari
2016. Are There Really Syntactic Complexity Effects in Sentence Production? A Reply to Scontras et al. (2015). Cognitive Science 40:2  pp. 513 ff. Crossref logo
McCauley, Stewart M. & Morten H. Christiansen
2014. Prospects for usage-based computational models of grammatical development: argument structure and semantic roles. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 5:4  pp. 489 ff. Crossref logo
Morgan, Adam M. & Victor S. Ferreira
2021. Beyond input: Language learners produce novel relative clause types without exposure.. Journal of Cognitive Psychology 33:5  pp. 483 ff. Crossref logo
O’Grady, William
2013.  The illusion of language acquisition. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 3:3  pp. 253 ff. Crossref logo
Scontras, Gregory, William Badecker, Lisa Shank, Eunice Lim & Evelina Fedorenko
2015. Syntactic Complexity Effects in Sentence Production. Cognitive Science 39:3  pp. 559 ff. Crossref logo
Tooley, Kristen M, Martin J Pickering & Matthew J Traxler
2019. Lexically-mediated syntactic priming effects in comprehension: Sources of facilitation. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 72:9  pp. 2176 ff. Crossref logo
Traxler, Matthew J.
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