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“Storyline” or “Associations Pyramid”? A Relationship Between the Difficulty of Educational Methods and Their Effectiveness in Developing Language Creativity Among Pre-School Children

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Effects of Four Voice Qualities and Formant Dispersion on Perception of a Female Voice

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Metaphor Comprehension and Interpretation in Cleft Palate Children Aged 6–9

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Playing Reading, Using Hands: Which Activities are Linked to Number-Space Processing in Preschool Children?

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Metaphorical descriptions of wrongdoers

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Risk and Protective Factors in the Life of Youth in Relation to Resilience

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Self-Regulated Strategies for School Writing Tasks: A Cross-Cultural Report

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Understanding Contextual and Social Meaning in Typically Developing Finnish-Speaking Four- To Eight-Year-Old Children

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Language Proficiency and Cultural Identity as Two Facets of the Acculturation Process

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Intersubjectivity and the domains of social interaction: proposal of a cross-sectional approach

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