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Journal of Experimental Child Psychology

Print ISSN
0022-0965
Electronic ISSN
1096-0457
Impact factor
2.265
Publisher
Sciencedirect
URL
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00220965
Usage rank
2024
Article count
2172
Free count
6
Free percentage
0.00276243
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    Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 141:IFC (2016)

  2. Corrigendum to “A person-centered approach to adolescent emotion regulation: Associations with psychopathology and parenting” [J. Exp. Child. Psychol. 136 (2015) 1–16]

    Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 141:294 (2016)

  3. Corrigendum to “Exploring interactions between semantic and syntactic processes: The role of animacy in syntactic priming” [J. Exp. Child Psychol. 138 (2015) 15–30]

    Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 141:293 (2016)

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    Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 137:IFC (2015)

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    Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 136:IFC (2015)

  6. Adults’ responsiveness to children’s facial expressions

    Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 135:56 (2015) PMID 25838165

    • Adult nurturing motivation is affected by infant expression. • Adult gender roles predict nurturing motivation. • ...
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    Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 135:IFC (2015)

  8. Do children with specific language impairment and autism spectrum disorders benefit from the presence of orthography when learning new spoken words?

    Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 134:43 (2015) PMID 25795987

    • Children were more likely to learn words when they were taught with orthography. • Equivalent benefit from orthography was observed across SLI, ASD and control g...
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    Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 134:IFC (2015)

  10. Linguistic labels, dynamic visual features, and attention in infant category learning

    Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 134:62 (2015) PMID 25819100 PMCID PMC4394365

    • How do infants learn categories and how do words affect this process? • Some suggest that words facilitate category learning. ...