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Early oral language markers of poor reading performance in Hong Kong Chinese childrenLiu, PD; McBrideChang, C; Wong, AMY; Tardif, T; Stokes, SF; Fletcher, P; Shu, H2010182
 
Narrative assessment for cantonese-speaking childrenTo, CKS; Stokes, SF; Cheung, HT; T'sou, B2010221
 
Differentiating cantonese-speaking preschool children with and without SLI using MLU and lexical diversity (D)Wong, AMY; Klee, T; Stokes, SF; Fletcher, P; Leonard, LB2010167
 
Optional elements and variant structures in the productions of bei2 to give dative constructions in Cantonese-speaking adults and three-year-old childrenWong, AMY; Chow, DCC; McbrideCheng, C; Stokes, SF2010146
 
What's in a word? Morphological awareness and vocabulary knowledge in three languagesMcBrideChang, C; Tardif, T; Cho, JR; Shu, H; Fletcher, P; Stokes, SF; Wong, A; Leung, K2008236
 
Modal verbs with and without tense: A study of English- and Cantonese-speaking children with specific language impairmentLeonard, LB; Deevy, P; Wong, AMY; Stokes, SF; Fletcher, P2007145
 
Differentiating Cantonese-speaking children with and without SLI: A validation studyWong, AMY; Klee, T; Stokes, SF; Fletcher, P; Leonard, LB2006100
 
Nonword repetition and sentence repetition as clinical markers of specific language impairment: The case of cantoneseStokes, SF; Wong, AMY; Fletcher, P; Leonard, LB2006227
 
The production of passives by children with specific language impairment: Acquiring English or CantoneseLeonard, LB; Wong, AMY; Deevy, P; Stokes, SF; Fletcher, P2006123
 
Differentiating Cantonese-speaking children with and without SLI: A validation study.Wong, AMY; Klee, T; Stokes, SF; Fletcher, P; Leonard, LB200675
 
Is nonword repetition a developmentally sensitive measure of phonological working memory for Cantonese-speaking preschool children?Wong, AMY; Stokes, SF; Fletcher, P200595
 
Nonword Repetition and Sentence Repetition As Clinical Markers of SLIStokes, SF; Wong, AMY; Fletcher, PJ; Leonard, L.B2005102
 
Constructions and Language Development: Implications for Language ImpairmentFletcher, PJ; Stokes, SF; Wong, AMY200570
 
The expression of aspect in Cantonese-speaking children with specific language impairmentFletcher, P; Leonard, LB; Stokes, SF; Wong, AMY2005113
 
Utterance length and lexical diversity in Cantonese-speaking children with and without specific language impairmentKlee, T; Stokes, SF; Wong, AMY; Fletcher, P; Gavin, WJ2004163
 
Questions without movement: A study of Cantonese-speaking children with and without specific language impairmentWong, AMY; Leonard, LB; Fletcher, P; Stokes, SF200495
 
Three measures of language production for Cantonese-speaking school-age children in a story-retelling taskWong, AMY; Au, CWS; Stokes, SF2004116
 
Collocational Diversity in Perfective Aspect zo2 Use in Cantonese Children with SLIWong, AMY; Stokes, SF; Fletcher, P200394
 
Verb Diversity and Finiteness Marking in Cantonese-speaking Children with and without SLIWong, AMY; Fletcher, PJ; Stokes, SF; Leonard, LB200381
 
Special Language Impairment in Cantonese-speaking ChildrenFletcher, PJ; Stokes, SF; Wong, AMY2002101
 
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