South and Southeast Asian psycholinguistics / edited by Heather Winskel and Prakash Padakannaya.
Contributor(s): Winskel, Heather | Padakannaya, PrakashCall number: 495.019 S273 Material type: BookPublisher: Cambridge, U.K. : Cambridge University Press, 2014. Description: xix, 469 p. : ill., charts.ISBN: 9781107017764 (hbk.).Subject(s): Psycholinguistics -- South Asia | Psycholinguistics -- Southeastern Asia | South Asia -- Languages -- Psycholinguistics | Southeast Asia -- Languages -- Psycholinguistics
Studying language acquisition cross-linguistically -- Infant directed speech: social and linguistic pathways in tonal and non-tonal languages -- Pragmatic development of Mandarin-speaking young children: focus on communicative acts between children and their mothers -- Referential forms in Thai children's narratives -- The acquisition of tense and aspect -- The acquisition of Malay numeral classifiers -- The acquisition of Vietnamese numeral classifiers -- An overview of the acquisition of Malay wh-questions -- Marking plurals: the acquisition of nominal number inflection in Marathi -- Issues in the acquisition of Tamil verb morphology -- Fast mapping of novel words in bi/multilinguals -- Studies on the acquisition of morphology and syntax among Malay children in Malaysia: issues, challenges and needs -- Issues in developing grammatical assessment tools in Chinese and Malay for speech and language therapy -- Reading and reading acquisition in European languages -- Learning to read and write in Thai -- Learning to read and write in Malaysian/Indonesian: a transparent alphabetic orthography -- Literacy in Kannada, an alphasyllabic orthography -- Reading in Tamil: a more alphabetic and less syllabic akshara-based orthography -- Akshara-syllable mappings in Bengali: a language-specific skill for reading -- Diversity in bilingual children's spelling skill development: the case of Singapore -- Tones and voice registers -- How to compare tones -- Studying sentence generation during scene-viewing in Hindi with eye-tracking -- Thai-specific and general reading processes in developing and skilled Thai readers -- Eye movement guidance in reading unspaced text in Thai and Chinese -- Southeast Asian writing systems: a challenge to current models of visual information processing in reading -- Preferred argument structure and Thai varieties of English: evidence of cognitive processing limitations? -- Cross-language perception of word-final stops -- Uncovering bilingual memory representations -- Eye movements and reading in the alphasyllabic scripts of South and Southeast Asia -- Aphasia to imaging: the neurolinguistic endeavor as it reflects on South and Southeast Asian languages -- Neural bases of lexical tones -- Hemispheric asymmetry in word recognition for a right-to-left script: the case of Urdu -- The declarative procedural model of language: a new framework for studying the non-inflecting languages of Southeast Asia? -- Language-mixing in bilingual aphasia: an Indian perspective -- The relationship between language and cognition.
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