Child Development Research

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Table of Contents: 2014

  • Child Development Research -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 942817
  • - Research Article

Early Vocabulary Development of Australian Indigenous Children: Identifying Strengths

Brad M. Farrant | Carrington C. J. Shepherd | ... | Glenn C. Pearson
  • Child Development Research -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 386762
  • - Research Article

Taxonomies Support Preschoolers’ Knowledge Acquisition from Storybooks

Ashley M. Pinkham | Tanya Kaefer | Susan B. Neuman
  • Child Development Research -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 491458
  • - Research Article

Abnormalities in Pattern of Lateralization in Relation to Visuospatial Short Term Memory in Children with Williams Syndrome

Antonios Chasouris | Peter Mayer | ... | Lance Workman
  • Child Development Research -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 768186
  • - Research Article

The Smart Nonconserver: Preschoolers Detect Their Number Conservation Errors

Wim De Neys | Amélie Lubin | Olivier Houdé
  • Child Development Research -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 893492
  • - Research Article

Lost in Translation? Comparing British, Japanese, and Italian Children’s Theory-of-Mind Performance

Claire Hughes | Rory T. Devine | ... | Serena Lecce
  • Child Development Research -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 578289
  • - Research Article

Comparing Adolescent Only Children with Those Who Have Siblings on Academic Related Outcomes and Psychosocial Adjustment

Zeng-yin Chen | Ruth X. Liu
  • Child Development Research -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 2014
  • - Article ID 741543
  • - Research Article

Cognitive Flexibility, Theory of Mind, and Hyperactivity/Inattention

Brad M. Farrant | Janet Fletcher | Murray T. Maybery

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