Table of contents for Emergence of linguistic abilities / edited by Sophie Kern, Frédérique Gayraud and Egidio Marsico.


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Part I: Ontogeny / Phylogeny
C h ap ter  O n e ............................................. ... ................. .........................  12
On The Different Applications Of Haeckel's Biogenetic Law
In Language Origin And Evolution Studies
Nathalie Gontier
Chapter Two .......................................... 30
Children gesture before beginning to talk: some questions raised
from an evolutionary perspective
Michele Guidetti
C hapter  T hree  ........................................ ...............   ............................ 4 3
The gestural origin of language and its lateralization: theory and data
from studies in nonhuman primates
Jacques Vauclair and Adrien Meguerditchian
Part I1 : Phonetic and phonological development
Chapter Four...................................  ........... .............  60
From proto-syllabic frames to first words: an audio-visual survey
of Two French children from 6 to 16 months
Claire Lalev6e & Anne Vilain
C hapter  F ive  ............................. ........ .......... . ............................... .. 80
When the Speech Frame meets the Sign Frame in a developmental
framework
Virginie Ducey-Kaufmann, Christian Abry and Coriandre Vilain
C h ap ter  S ix  . ............................ ........... ................ .................................  10 0
Emergence of a vowel gesture control Attunement of the anticipatory
rounding temporal pattern in French children
Aude Noiray, Marie-Agnis Cathiard, Christian Abry, Lucie M6nard
and Christophe Savariaux
Chapter Seven..... ................................... 117
The Development of Early Infant Vowel Productions as an Active
Adaptation to the Native Language
Una M. R6hr-Sendlmeier and Claudia Dahnken
Chapter Eight................................   ........................ 133
The role of UG in the initial state of the phonological grammar
Paula M. Reimers
C hapter  N ine  ......................................... ............................................  156
Phonological proficiency and accuracy of young hearing-impaired
children with a cochlear implant
Karen Schauwers, Helena Taelman, Steven Gillis and Paul Govaerts
Part III: Grammatical development
Chapter Ten  ........................................         172
Noun grammaticization in French: prosodic and lexical factors
on determiner use in children's speech
Dominique Bassano, Isabelle Maillochon and Sylvain Mottet
Chapter  Eleven  .................... ...................................  193
Lexical growth, grammatical competence and discourse reference:
potential risks for children with a hearing deficiency
Jacqueline van Kampen
Part IV: Child directed speech
Chapter Twelve  .......................................................   208
From Babbling to First Words: Acoustic Analyses of German Infants
Britta Lintfert



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Language acquisition