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Counterfactuals: In reply to Alfred Bloom199
Folkbiology Meets Microbiology: A study of conceptual and behavioral change120
Building A Coherent Conception of Hiv Transmission. A New Approach To Aids Education163
Childcare by live-in maids: quality of care and children's social development66
What Word Learners Do When Input Contradicts the Mutual Exclusivity Assumption190
Does childhood language experience help adult learners?67
Salvaging heritage languages116
Holding on to childhood language memory214
No sex or safe sex? Mothers' and adolescents' discussions about sexuality and AIDS/HIV106
Characterizing the overlap between SLI and dyslexia In Cantonese-Chinese school-aged children: the role of phonology and beyond165
Folkbiology meets microbiology: A study of conceptual and behavioral change175
Counting Errors as a Window onto Children's Place-Value Concept127
Writing facilitates learning to read in Chinese through reduction of holistic processing: a developmental study185
Predictors of Heritage Language (Re-)Acquisition99
Concepts and conceptual development: ecological and intellectual factors in categorization - Neisser, U106
When free-play time is scarce: unsupervised behaviors and peer acceptance in preschool classrooms47
Cross-Linguistic Research on Language and Cognition: Methodological Challenges53
Repeated oral reading intervention as a window onto rapid automatized naming and word reading fluency in Chinese and English110
The principle of mutual exclusivity in word learning: to honor or not to honor?177
Development of Automaticity in Two-digit Number Processing52
Adopted adults' access to early childhood language memory62
Phonological representations, phonological processing, and reading in Cantonese-Chinese children42
Production benefits of childhood overhearing128
Athena SWAN and gender diversity: a UK-based retrospective cohort study46
Considering children's folkbiology in health education58
Helping mothers discuss sexuality and AIDS with adolescents173
Language and culture96
First-language predictors of second-language literacy in young L2 learners49
Determinants of mother-adolescent communication about sex in Latino families169
Salvaging a childhood language203
The nature of childhood language memory: Korean adoptees learning Korean as adults108
Access to early childhood language memory120
Language and thought90
Efficacy of instruments measuring Oral Health Literacy: a systematic review52
Acquiring color names via linguistic contrast: the influence of contrasting terms.198
Overhearing a second language and cognitive development83
Childhood Language Memory In Adult Heritage Language (re)learners64
Using biology to teach adolescents about STD transmission and self-protective behaviors170
Exploring the dimensions of oral health literacy134
Nursing students' anxiety and clinical performance302
Songs as Ambient Language Input in Phonology Acquisition62
Mechanical causality in children's 'folkbiology'109
Reconstructing Chinese Characters without writing: enhancing holistic processing and orthographic awareness166
Salvaging A Childhood Language25
Development and validation of Hong Kong rapid estimate of adult literacy in dentistry88
Can Teachers Spot Loners in a Busy Preschool Classroom?45
Expert marker of Chinese character recognition: Left-side bias versus holistic processing?53
Children's use of information in word learning93
The validity of observational measures in detecting optimal maternal communication styles: Evidence from European Americans and Latinos157
He said, she said: Gender differences in mother-adolescent conversations about sexuality185
Impact of Prominent Themes in Clinician-Patient Conversations on Caregiver’s Perceived Quality of Communication with Paediatric Dental Visits203
Autism spectrum disorder screening in preschools7
Children's word-learning strategies108
Subtyping Mathematical Difficulties among Chinese Children37
Counting errors as a window on low-mathematics-achievers’ number concept44
The Nature of Childhood Language Memory: Korean Adoptees Learning Korean as Adults100
Why Does Rapid Naming Predict Chinese Word Reading?132
Chinese and English counterfactuals: The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis revisited389
The influence of writing experiences on holistic processing in Chinese character recognition133
The Effects of Perceived Parental Expectations on Chinese Children's Mathematics Performance91
What enhances/reduces holistic processing in perceptual expertise: experience in writing/drawing versus component composition108
Language and species - Bickerton, D94
Learning Spanish as a heritage language: The role of sociocultural background variables217
Nature of the relationship between rapid automatized naming and reading in Chinese56
Relationships between SLI & dyslexia: the case for Chinese129
A pilot study for childhood anxiety group intervention in primary schools60
The influence of writing experiences on holistic processing in Chinese character recognition153
(Re)learning a lost language: heritage language learning among adults adopted transnationally as infants94
Auditory perception and word recognition in Cantonese-Chinese speaking children with and without Specific Language Impairment141
Effectiveness of group cognitive-behavioral treatment for childhood anxiety in community clinics211
Perceptual expertise: Can sensorimotor experience change holistic processing and left side bias?66
Benefits of childhood language experience for adult L2-learners' phonology154
Strategic counting: A novel assessment of place-value understanding156
Young children's analogical reasoning across cultures: Similarities and differences167
Reading comprehension and its component skills in children with SLI and children with dyslexia115
The development of word meaning: progress in cognitive-development research - Kuczaj, S.A. and Barrett, M.D.101
Korean as a heritage language166
Oral health literacy: implications of multilingualism and multimodal texts136
What causes colds/flu? A study of Chinese children and older adults’ folk beliefs114
A longitudinal study of aids conversations between mothers and adolescents153
Mothers' and adolescents' perceptions of AIDS vulnerability154
Phonological representations and early literacy in Chinese122
The Social Costs in Communication Hiccups Between Native and Nonnative Speakers152
Developing an Intuitive Understanding of Conservation and Contamination: Invisible Particles as a Plausible Mechanism246
Making sense of differences: language, culture, and social reality98
Psychometric Properties Of The Children's Response Styles Questionnaire In A Hong Kong Chinese Community Sample145
Can teachers spot loners in a busy preschool classroom33
Associations between Oral health literacy and oral health status79
Children and older adults’ folk beliefs about colds/flu111
The Science of Raising Children136
The Incredible Years Parent Program for Chinese Preschoolers with Developmental Disabilities49
Word reading in Chinese kindergarteners with and without specific language impairment (SLI)119
Integrating germ biology concepts into a science curriculum for Latino preschool children63
In search of shared deficits underlying SLI and dyslexia in Chinese128
Integrating nutrition concepts into science: the 'Food for Thought' preschool curriculum52
Exploring the developmental changes in automatic two-digit number processing111
Mediated interpreting in communicative Health Literacy - the dentist's role in designating styles52
Learning Challenging L2 Sounds Via Computer Training: High-Variability Perceptual Training for Children and Adults21
Access to childhood language memory : implications for cognitive development150
Think biology: A new approach to colds/flu education116
Oral health literacy- Implications for Hong Kong's Children102
Late second language learners: what predicts good outcomes101
Conceptual change119
Development of functional oral health literacy assessment instruments: Application of literacy and cognitive theories88
The relationship between language and cognition172
Perceptual and cognitive development143
The Relationship Between Language And Cognition201
Writing facilitates learning to read in Chinese through reduction of holistic processing: a developmental study.141
Diasporic healthcare providers: An analysis of multilingual healthcare interactions in Hong Kong42
The Influence of the Family22
Overhearing a language during childhood223
Code-mixing and code choice: a Hong Kong case-study - Gibbons, J218
(Dis)connections between specific language impairment and dyslexia in Chinese79
Interpreter-mediated dentistry134
Conceptual Understanding in Oral Health Literacy61
Getting children to do more academic work: Foot-in-the-Door versus Door-in-the-Face250
How do different training tasks modulate our perception and hemispheric lateralization in the development of perceptual expertise?75
Characterizing The Overlap Between Sli And Dyslexia In Chinese: The Role Of Phonology And Beyond101
Right hemisphere lateralization and holistic processing do not always go together: An ERP investigation of a training study70
The Relation Between Caregivers' Multiliterate Reading Habits and Their Children's Oral Health Status84
A Systematic Review of Instruments Used to Measure an Individual’s Oral Health Literacy180
Relationship between caregivers'reading habits and their child’s oral health87
(Dis)connections between specific language impairment and dyslexia in Chinese90
Validation of the Hong Kong Oral Health Literacy Assessment Task for paediatric dentistry (HKOHLAT-P)91
Developing An Intuitive Understanding of Substance Kinds162
Language and cognition98
From Hearing to Speaking: Does Passive Exposure to Native-speakers’ Input Help Young L2 Learners Speak Better?125
Germ transmission and food spoilage: causal science connections among pre-K Latino youth68
Reduced holistic processing in the development of Chinese orthographic representations60
Can non-interactive language input benefit young second-language learners?122
The relationship between caregiver functional oral health literacy and child oral health status103
Children's use of information in word learning.120
Reading comprehension, working memory and higher-level language skills in children with SLI and/or dyslexia176
Writing reduces holistic processing but does not facilitate reading: The case in Chinese children with developmental dyslexia56
Integrating nutrition concepts and biology in a science curriculum for Latino preschoolers65
A longitudinal study of maternal messages about dating and sexuality and their influence on Latino adolescents185
The Incredible Years Parent Program for Chinese Preschoolers With Developmental Disabilities92
First-language Longitudinal Predictors of Second-language Literacy In Young L2 Learners180
Salvaging a Childhood Language124
Caregiving during infancy: parenting principles and practices across cultures66
Mexican-American adolescents' responsiveness to their mothers' questions about dating and sexuality174
Shared and unique predictors for oral language and word reading in Chinese 5-year-old children136
How Latino American and European American adolescents discuss conflicts, sexuality, and AIDS with their mothers.363
Early childhood language memory in the speech perception of international adoptees133
Early place-value understanding as a predictor of addition acquisition37
Making sense of numbers: children’s understanding of place-value concept55
'Think Biology' in Nutrition Education: Chinese Children's Conceptual and Behavioral Change29
Making sense of numbers: children’s understanding of place-value concept151
Talking about AIDS in science education34
Word reading in Chinese kindergarten children with SLI115
Psychometric properties of the Spence Children's Anxiety Scale in a Hong Kong Chinese community sample240
Counterfactual reasoning121
A New Approach to AIDS Education in Hong Kong130
Enriching The Language Environment Of Young Second-language Learners94
Outsourcing parenting: Foreign domestic helpers as substitute parents for children in Hong Kong27
Developmental dyscalculia and low numeracy in Chinese children171
A verb is worth a thousand words: The causes and consequences of interpersonal events implicit in language232
Characterizing the overlap between SLI and dyslexia in Chinese: The role of phonology and beyond179
An invitation to cognitive science111
Input Vs Constraints: Early Word Acquisition in Korean and English132
Developmental Changes in Automatic Two-digit Number Processing31
Childhood bilingualism: aspects of linguistic, cognitive, and social-development - Homel, P., Palij, M., and Aaronson, D.108
Interpreter-mediated Dentistry108
Acquiring word meanings via linguistic contrast190
First-language abilities as predictors of second-language literacy in Chinese-English bilingual children58
Improving Children's Second-Language Phonology42