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ケンブリッジ版 児童言語ハンドブック(第2版)

The Cambridge Handbook of Child Language

2ND

Bavin, Edith L. (EDT)   Naigles, Letitia R. (EDT)

Cambridge Univ Pr 2015/11
700 p. 25 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781107087323
KCN: 1022325318
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DDC: 428
KDC: B117 言語習得(発達)/言語障害
ブックニュースNo: NA5285
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The Cambridge Handbook of Child Language has been thoroughly updated and extended, with eight additional chapters, including a new section on reading and two chapters with new authors.

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With new chapters on bilingualism and autism; additional chapters on the acquisition of words, specific language impairment, and Williams syndrome, plus a new section on reading development, the revised and updated Cambridge Handbook of Child Language offers a uniquely wide-ranging perspective on the theories and methods of child language research.
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Table of Contents

List of figures; List of tables; List of contributors; Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction: perspectives on child language Letitia R. Naigles and Edith L. Bavin; Part I. Theoretical and Methodological Approaches: 2. Innateness and learnability Virginia Valian; 3. Statistical learning Erik Thiessen and Lucy Erickson; 4. Neurocognition of language development Angela D. Friederici and Michael A. Skeide; 5. The usage-based theory of language acquisition Michael Tomasello; 6. Crosslinguistic approaches to language acquisition Sabine Stoll; Part II. Early Developments: 7. Speech perception Suzanne Curtin and Stephanie Archer; 8. Crosslinguistic perspectives on segmentation and categorization in early language acquisition Barbara Hoehle; 9. From gesture to word Susan Goldin-Meadow; Part III. Phonology, Morphology and Syntax: 10. Babbling and words: a dynamic systems perspective on phonological development Marilyn M. Vihman, Rory A. DePaolis and Tamar Keren-Portnoy; 11. The acquisition of prosodic phonology and morphology Katherine Demuth; 12. The acquisition of grammatical categories Heike Behrens; 13. Verb argument structure Shanley E. M. Allen; 14. The first language acquisition of complex sentences Barbara Lust, Claire Foley and Cristina D. Dye; 15. The morphosyntax interface Kamil Ud Deen; Part IV. Semantics, Pragmatics and Discourse: 16. Lexical meaning Eve V. Clark; 17. The acquisition of words Susan A. Graham, Valerie San Juan and Ena Vukatana; 18. Sentence scope Stephen Crain; 19. Sentence processing Jesse Snedeker and Yi Ting Huang; 20. Pragmatic development Judith Becker Bryant; 21. Language development beyond the sentence Ruth Berman; Part V. Varieties of Development: 22. Language development in bilingual children Erika Hoff; 23. Sign language acquisition studies Diane Lillo-Martin; 24. Children with specific language impairment (SLI) J. Bruce Tomblin; 25. Language symptoms and their possible sources of specific language impairment Laurence B. Leonard; 26. Processing deficits in children with language impairments Lisa M. D. Archibald and Nicolette B. Noonan; 27. Language development in genetic disorders Fiona M. Richardson and Michael S. C. Thomas; 28. Language development in children with Williams syndrome: genes, modularity, and the importance of development Shevaun Lewis and Barbara Landau; 29. Language in children with autism spectrum disorders Letitia Naigles and Iris Chin; Part VI. Reading: 30. Precursors to reading: phonological awareness and letter knowledge Eva Marinus and Anne Castles; 31. Reading disorders Fiona J. Duff and Margaret J. Snowling; 32. Predictors of reading skills across languages Heikki Lyytinen, Hua Shu and Ulla Richardson; 33. Neurobiology of reading disorders: implications of functional neuroimaging studies in dyslexia and specific reading comprehension deficits Katherine Swett, Stephen Bailey, Angela Sefcik and Laurie Cutting; 34. The development of reading comprehension skill: processing and memory Julie A. Van Dyke and Nicole Landi; References; Index.