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Overview, Shillcock, Altmann. Introduction to the Chapters by Werker and Jusczyk, Clifton. How Word Recognition may Evolve from Infant Speech Perception Capacities, Jusczyk. Developmental Changes in Cross-language Speech Perception: Implications for Cognitive Models of Speech Processing, Werker. The Time Course of Prelexical Processing: The Syllabic Hypothesis Revisited, Dupoux. Language-specific Processing: Does the Evidence Converge? Cutler. Representation and Access of Derived Words in English, Tyler, Waksler, Marslen-Wilson. What Determines Morphological Relatedness in the Lexicon? Comments on the Chapter by Tyler, Waksler, and Marslen-Wilson, Burani. Modularity and the Processing of Closed-class Words, Shillcock, Gurman Bard. Issues of Process and Representation in Lexical Access, Marslen-Wilson. Bottom-up Connectionist Models of 'Interaction', Norris. Competitor Effects During Lexical Access: Chasing Zipf's Tail, Bard, Shillcock. Connections, competitions, and Cohorts: Comments on the Chapters by Marslen-Wilson, Norris, and Bard & Shillcock, Tabossi. More Oncombinatory Lexical Information: Thematic Structure in Parsing and Interpretation, Tanenhaus et al. Reconsidering Reactivation, Nicol.