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Warrington E.K., Shallice T. Word-form dislexia, - Brain, 1980, Vol. 103, No. 1, .99-112.


Watt W.C. On two hypotheses concerning psycholinguistics. In: Cognition and the development of language, J. R. Hayes (ed.). New York: Wiley, 1970, 137220.


Wawrowska W. Badania psychologiczne nad rozwojen mowy dziecke (od 1. 02. 3 lat) Pracepsychol. (Warsaw), 1938, 1.


Weinreich U. Languages in Contact. The Hague, 1963.


Weir R.H. Language in the crib. The Hague: Mouton Publishers, 1962.


Weisenburger J.L. choice of words: Two-year-old speech from situational point of view. In: "Journal of Child Language", 1976, 3, 275 281.


Wepman J., Bock R., Jones L. , Van Pelt D. Psycholinguistic study of aphasia: A revision of the concept of anomia. - Journ. of Speech Hear. Disord., 1956, Vol. 21, p.468-477.


Werker J.F., Tees R.C. Changes in categorization of speech sounds  // Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the society for research in child development. - Detroit, MI. -, 1983.


Werker J.F., Tees R.C. Cross-language speech perception: Evidence for perceptual reorganization during the first year of life  // Infant Behavior and Development. -, 1984. - V.7. - P.49-63.


Werner H., Kaplan B. Symbol formation. New York: Wiley, 1963.


Wernicke . Der Aphasische Symphlomenkomplex. - Breslau, 1874.


Wetler M. Frames for actions as guides for storing episodic events in L. - In: X-XI Congres International de Psychologie. Resumes. Paris, 1976, p.43.


Whitaker H.A. Bilingualism: A neurolinguistic perspective  // Ritchie W. . (Ed.). Second language acquisition research. Issues and implications. N. Y., 1978.


Whorf P. Language, thought and reality. Cambridge, Mass.: M: I. T. Press, 1969.


Wiman L.. The stress pattern of early child language. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Washington, Seattle, 1974.


Wieman L.. Stress patterns of early child language. In: "Journal of Child Language", 1976, 3, 283 - 286.


Winitz H., Irwin O.C. Syllabic and phonetic structure of infants early words  // J.Speech Hear. Res. - 1958. -V.1, N3. -P.250-256.


Wolf C.G. Perceptual invariance for stop consonants in different positions.  // Percept. and Psychophys.- 1978.-V.24,N4.-p.315-326.


Wood N.E. Delayed Speech and Language Development. - N.J., 1965.


Warrington E.K., Shallice T. Word-form dislexia, - Brain, 1980, Vol. 103, No. 1, .99-112.


Watt W.C. On twohypotheses concerning psycho-linguistics. In: Cognition and the developmentof language, J. R. Hayes (ed.). New York: Wiley, 1970, 137220.


Wawrowska W. Badania psychologiczne nad rozwojen mowy dziecke (od 1. 02. 3 lat) Pracepsychol. (Warsaw), 1938, 1.


Weinreich U. Languages in Contact. The Hague, 1963.


Weir R.H. Language in the crib. The Hague: Mouton Publishers, 1962.


Weisenburger J.L. choice of words: Two-year-old speech from situational point of view. In: "Journal of Child Language", 1976, 3, 275 281.


Wepman J., Bock R., Jones L. , Van Pelt D. Psycholinguistic study of aphasia: A revision of the concept of anomia. - Journ. of Speech Hear. Disord., 1956, Vol. 21, p.468-477.


Werker J.F., Tees R.C. Changes in categorization of speech sounds  // Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the society for research in child development. - Detroit, MI. -, 1983.


Werker J.F., Tees R.C. Cross-language speech perception: Evidence for perceptual reorganization during the first year of life  // Infant Behavior and Development. -, 1984. - V.7. - P.49-63.


Werner H., Kaplan B. Symbol formation. New York: Wiley, 1963.


Wernicke . Der Aphasische Symphlomenkomplex. - Breslau, 1874.


Wetler M. Frames for actions as guides for storing episodic events in L. - In: X-XI Congres International de Psychologie. Resumes. Paris, 1976, p.43.


Whitaker H.A. Bilingualism: A neurolinguistic perspective  // Ritchie W. . (Ed.). Second language acquisition research. Issues and implications. N. Y., 1978.


Whorf P. Language, thought and reality. Cambridge, Mass.: M: I. T. Press, 1969.


Wiman L.. The stress pattern of early child language. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Washington, Seattle, 1974.


Wieman L.. Stress patterns of early child language. In: "Journal of Child Language", 1976, 3, 283 - 286.


Winitz H., Irwin O.C. Syllabic and phonetic structure of infants early words  // J.Speech Hear. Res. - 1958. -V.1, N3. -P.250-256.


Wolf C.G. Perceptual invariance for stop consonants in different positions.  // Percept. and Psychophys.- 1978.-V.24,N4.-p.315-326.


Wood N.E. Delayed Speech and Language Development. - N.J., 1965.


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