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Ninio, A.
Ninio, Anat
Ninio, ʻAnāt
Nînyô, ʻAnat
Niynyw, ʿAnat
ניניו, ענת
שמעון, עדה (pseudonym)
Dates: 
1944-...
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Šimʿwn, ʿAdah (pseudonym; other identity, same person)
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Snow, Catherine E.
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Accelerated learning without semantic similarity : indirect objects
al sefat ha berekhah ha merutsefet
Fathers' involvement in the care of their infants and their attributions of cognitive competence to infants.
Grammar of Action: "Phrase Structure" in Children's Copying, The
ʻAl śefat hab-berêk̲ā ham-merûṣẹfet
Kernel Vocabulary and Zipf's Law in Maternal Input to Syntactic Development
Language and the learning curve : a new theory of syntactic development
Language and the learning curvea new theory of syntactic development
Manual for Classifying Verbal Communicative Acts in Mother-Infant Interaction., A
Model learning in syntactic development : Intransitive verbs
naive theory of the infant and other maternal attitudes in two subgroups in Israel., The
On the fringes of the system : children's acquisition of syntactically isolated forms at the onset of speech
Pathbreaking verbs in syntactic development and the question of prototypical transitivity
Picture-Book Reading in Mother-Infant Dyads Belonging to Two Subgroups in Israel
Pragmatic development
Pragmatic keywords and the first combining verbs in children's speech
Predicting the order of acquisition of three-word constructions by the complexity of their dependency structure
relation of children's single word utterances to single word utterances in the input., The
Roots of Narrative: Discussing Recent Events with Very Young Children, The
Routes to Language: Studies in Honor of Melissa Bowerman
Russell, James What is language development? Rationalist, empiricist, and pragmatist approaches to the acquisition of syntax; 2004
syntactic development its input and ouput
Syntactic development, its input and output
Testing the role of semantic similarity in syntactic development
Young children's difficulty with adjectives modifying nouns
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COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS
FIRST LANGUAGE
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BILINGUALISM
JOURNAL OF CHILD LANGUAGE
JOURNAL OF CHILD LANGUAGE.
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BOWKER
ZETO