- Title Pages
- Introduction: In what sense is language the key to cognitive development?
- List of abbreviations
- Chapter 1 How conversational input shapes theory of mind development in infancy and early childhood
- Chapter 2 Social relationships and children’s understanding of mind: Attachment, internal states, and mind-mindedness
- Chapter 3 How access to language affects theory of mind in deaf children
- Chapter 4 Theory of mind in children with cerebral palsy: The impact of limited expressive linguistic abilities
- Chapter 5 Children’s responses to yes-no questions
- Chapter 6 Getting information from other people: Who do children turn to?
- Chapter 7 The scope and origins of children’s assumption of conventionality
- Chapter 8 Access to language, social cognition, and lexical development in autism
- Chapter 9 Counting words and a principles-after account of the development of number concepts
- Chapter 10 Access to childhood language memory: Implications for cognitive development
- Chapter 11 Early bilingualism and theory of mind: Bilinguals’ advantage in dealing with conflicting mental representations
- Chapter 12 Exploring the effects of bilingualism on children’s conversational understanding and moral sense
- Name Index
- Subject Index
- Access to Language and Cognitive Development
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