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  1. 2019
  2. Buitelaar, M. (2019). The Legacy of Migration in The Life Stories of Highly Educated Moroccan-Dutch Women’. In M. En-Naji (Ed.), The Maghreb-Europe Paradigm. : Migration, Gender and Cultural Dialogue, (pp. 61-77). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  3. Schouwenaars, A., Hendriks, P., Finke, M., & Ruigendijk, E. (2019). Eye gaze reveals that children with cochlear implants have difficulty processing subject-verb agreement. In P. Guijarro-Fuentes, & C. Suárez-Gómez (Eds.), Proceedings of GALA 2017: Language Acquisition and Development (pp. 47-63). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  4. Beute, F., & Berg, van den, A. E. (2019). Seeing the forest through the trees: Contemporary and future avenues of research. In D. Kötte, Q. Li, W. S. Shin, & A. Michalsen (Eds.), The international handbook of forest therapy (pp. 208-219). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  5. Branting, S., Lehner, J. W., Baltalı-Tırpan, S., Langis-Barsetti, D., Kalaycı, T., R. Graff, S., Proctor, L., Baturayoğlu Yöney, N., Asıliskender, B., Çakirlar, C., & Marston, J. (2019). The Kerkenes Project, 2017-2018. In S. R. Steadman, & G. McMahon (Eds.), The Archaeology of Anatolia, volume III: Recent Discoveries (2017-2018) (Vol. III, pp. 99-111). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  6. Arslan, S., Lago, S., Yanılmaz, A., Drury, J. E., & Felser, C. (2019). The processing of Negative Polarity Items in Turkish-German bilingual speakers. In P. Guijarro-Fuentes, & C. Suárez-Gómez (Eds.), Proceedings of GALA 2017: Language Acquisition and Development (pp. 117-133). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  7. 2018
  8. Pagkalos, M. (2018). The Past as a Guide to Political Practice: The Case of King Areus I of Sparta. In A. Ampoutis, M. Dimitriadis, S. Dimitriadis, T. Konstantellou, & V. Saraphēs (Eds.), Violence and Politics: Ideologies, Identities, Representations (pp. 54-71). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  9. 2015
  10. Matthews, E., & Warren, G. (2015). Pits in the Irish Mesolithic. In Muge150 : The 150th Anniversary of the Discovery of Mesolithic Shellmiddens (Vol. 2). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  11. Hollebrandse, B., & van Hout, A. (2015). Comprehension and production of double-embedded structures: A kindergardenpath in long-distance dependencies in Dutch school-aged children? In C. Hamann, & E. Ruigendijk (Eds.), Language Acquisition and Development: Proceedings of GALA 2013 (pp. 190-204.). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  12. Hendriks, P. (2015). Optimal acquisition: Why children's language production can exceed their comprehension. In C. Hamann, & E. Ruigendijk (Eds.), Language Acquisition and Development: Proceedings of GALA 2013 (pp. 148-170). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  13. Nugin, R., & Trell, E. (2015). (Re)searching post-socialist rural youth: towards a nuanced understanding. In A-A. Allaste, & K. Tiidenberg (Eds.), ‘In Search of …’ New Methodological Approaches to Youth Research (pp. 258-281). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  14. Willemsen, S., & Kiss, M. (2015). Unsettling Melodies: A Cognitive Approach to Incongruent Film Music. In Á. Pethő (Ed.), The Cinema of Sensations (pp. 103-120). Cambridge Scholars Publishing. http://www.cambridgescholars.com/download/sample/62010
  15. 2014
  16. Williams, M. (2014). Re-Orienting a Renaissance Diplomatic Cause Celebre: the 1541 Rincon-Fregoso Affair. In S. Brzeziński, & Á. Zarnóczki (Eds.), A Divided Hungary in Europe: Exchanges, Networks, and Representations, 1541−1699 (Vol. 2). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  17. Almási, G., Brzeziński, S., Horn, I., Teszelszky, K., & Zarnóczki, A. (Eds.) (2014). A Divided Hungary in Europe: Exchanges, Networks and Representations, 1541-1699 - Volume 1: Study Tours and Intellectual-Religious Relationships: Gábor Almási (ed.). (A Divided Hungary in Europe: Exchanges, Networks and Representations, 1541-1699 ; Vol. 1). Cambridge Scholars Publishing. http://www.cambridgescholars.com/a-divided-hungary-in-europe
  18. Almási, G., Brzeziński, S., Horn, I., Teszelszky, K., & Zarnóczki, A. (Eds.) (2014). A Divided Hungary in Europe: Exchanges, Networks and Representations, 1541-1699 - Volume 2: Diplomacy, Information Flow and Cultural Exchange: Szymon Brzeziński and Áron Zarnóczki (eds.). (A Divided Hungary in Europe: Exchanges, Networks and Representations, 1541-1699 ; Vol. 2). Cambridge Scholars Publishing. http://www.cambridgescholars.com/a-divided-hungary-in-europe-2
  19. Almási, G., Brzeziński, S., Horn, I., Teszelszky, K., & Zarnóczki, A. (Eds.) (2014). A Divided Hungary in Europe: Exchanges, Networks and Representations, 1541-1699 - Volume 3: The Making and Uses of the Image of Hungary and Transylvania: Kees Teszelszky (ed.). (A Divided Hungary in Europe: Exchanges, Networks and Representations, 1541-1699 ; Vol. 3). Cambridge Scholars Publishing. http://www.cambridgescholars.com/a-divided-hungary-in-europe
  20. de Haan, B., & Mierau, K. (2014). Bringing Together Microhistory and the Picaresque Novel: Studying Menocchio, Guzmán de Alfarache, and Kin. In B. de Haan, & K. Mierau (Eds.), Microhistory and the Picaresque Novel: A First Exploration into Commensurable Perspectives (pp. 1-17). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  21. de Haan, B. (2014). Capturing City Life: How Urban History, Microhistory and Biography Meet in the Street. In B. de Haan, & K. Mierau (Eds.), Microhistory and the Picaresque Novel: A First Exploration into Commensurable Perspectives (pp. 83-106). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  22. Teszelszky, K. (2014). Crown and Kingdom in the Republic: the Cultural Construction and Literary Representation of Early Modern Hungary in the Low Countries (1588–1648). In A Divided Hungary in Europe: Exchanges, Networks and Representations, 1541-1699. Volume 3: The Making and Uses of the Image of Hungary and Transylvania (Vol. 3, pp. 145-166). (A Divided Hungary in Europe: Exhanges, Networks and Representations, 1541-1699 ). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  23. Renders, H. (2014). Exceptions that Prove the Rule: Biography, Microhistory, and Marginals in Dutch Cities. In B. de Haan, & K. Mierau (Eds.), Microhistory and the Picaresque Novel: A first Exploration into Commensurable Perspectives (pp. 69-81). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  24. Teszelszky, K. (2014). In search of Hungary in Europe: an Introduction. In K. Teszelszky (Ed.), A Divided Hungary in Europe : Exchanges, Networks and Representations, 1541-1699. Volume 3: The Making and Uses of the Image of Hungary and Transylvania (Vol. 3, pp. 1-15). (A Divided Hungary in Europe: Exhanges, Networks and Representations, 1541-1699 ). Cambridge Scholars Publishing. http://www.cambridgescholars.com/download/sample/61956
  25. Teszelszky, R., Almási, G., Brzeziński, S., Horn, I., & Zarnóczki, Á. (2014). Preface. In K. Teszelszky, G. Almási, S. Brzeziński, I. Horn, & Á. Zarnóczki (Eds.), A Divided Hungary in Europe: Exchanges, Networks and Representations, 1541-1699 (Vol. 3, pp. i-xii). [1] Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  26. Teszelszky, K. (Ed.) (2014). The Making and Uses of the Image of Hungary and Transylvania. (A Divided Hungary in Europe: Exhanges, Networks and Representations, 1541-1699 ; Vol. 3). Cambridge Scholars Publishing. http://www.cambridgescholars.com/a-divided-hungary-in-europe-3
  27. Mierau, K. (2014). The Talk of the Town in Los dos Mendozas by Gonzalo de Céspedes y Meneses: A Microhistorical Reading of a Costumbrist Text with Picaresque Roots: Microhistory and the Picaresque Novel: A First Exploration into Commensurable Perspectives. In B. De Haan (Ed.), Microhistory and the Picaresque Novel: A First Exploration into Commensurable Perspectives (pp. 107-127). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  28. 2013
  29. Duarte, J. (2013). Migration and multilingualism. The challenge of language diversity for European education systems. In S. Caruano, L. Coposescu, & S. Scaglione (Eds.), Migration, Multilingualism, and Schooling in Southern Europe (pp. 49-62). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  30. Faber, M., Overweg, J., & van Hout, A. (2013). Why Do Some but not All 5-year-Old Dutch Children Draw Scalar Implicatures? In S. Stravakaki, M. Lalioti, & P. Konstantinopoulou (Eds.), Advances in Language Acquisition (pp. 72-80). (Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition Conf. Proceedi). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  31. 2012
  32. Krabbe, E. C. W. (2012). Formals and Ties: Connecting Argumentation Studies With Formal Disciplines. In H. J. Ribeiro (Ed.), Inside Arguments: Logic and the Study of Argumentation (pp. 169 - 187). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  33. Gogolin, I., Duarte, J., & Grommes, P. (2012). Language Rich Europe: Trends in policies and practices for multilingualism in Europe: Germany. In G. Extra, & K. Yağmur (Eds.), Trends in Policies and Practices for Multilingualism in Europe (pp. 126-130). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  34. van Laar, J. A. (2012). Logical criticism and argumentation schemes: argument from expert opinion as a case in point. In H. J. Jales Ribeiro (Ed.), Inside arguments: logic and the study of argumentation (pp. 189 - 205). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  35. van der Ploeg, C. P. J. (2012). Maintaining identity: the Fifteenth-Century renovation of St Lebuinus in Deventer. In S. Cardarelli, E. J. Anderson, & J. Richards (Eds.), Art and Identity: Visual Culture, Politics and Religion in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance (pp. 149 - 166). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  36. 2011
  37. Klaassens, M., & Groote, P. (2011). Natural burial ground Bergerbos: An alternative place of burial in the Netherlands. In M. Rotar, & A. Teodorescu (Eds.), Dying and Death in the 18th-21st century Europe (pp. 230 - 247). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  38. 2010
  39. Cannizzaro, C. L. (2010). Animacy and early word order. In A. Castro, M. Lobo, J. Costa, & F. Pratas (Eds.), Language Acquisition and Development: Proceedings of GALA 2009 (pp. 62 - 72). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  40. Berger, P. (2010). Assessing the Relevance and Effects of “Key Emotional Episodes” for the Fieldwork Process. In D. Spencer, & J. Davies (Eds.), Anthropological Fieldwork: A Relational Process (pp. 119-43). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  41. de Milliano, C. W. J., & Gibbons, P. (2010). 'Child Participation' - a concept to consider. Lessons Learnt from Ecuador. In A. Awotona (Ed.), Rebuilding Sustainable Communities for Children and Their Families After Disasters: A Global Survey (pp. 185 - 205). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  42. Schippers, A. (2010). On the (un-)availability of long-distance movement. In V. Torrens, L. Escobar, A. Gavarró, & J. Gutiérrez (Eds.), Movement and Clitics: Adult and Child Grammar (pp. 39 - 62). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  43. Esser, R. (2010). Out of Sight and on the Margins? Migrating Women in Early Modern Europe. In F. Reid, & K. Holden (Eds.), Women on the Move: Refugees, Migration and Exile (pp. 9-24). Cambridge Scholars Publishing. http://www.cambridgescholars.com/download/sample/61518
  44. Van Oostveldt, B., & Bussels, S. P. M. (2010). Stranded in the Present, Modernity and De Ligne’s 'Lettre de Parthenizza'. In R. Loretelli, & F. O'Gorman (Eds.), Britain and Italy in the Long Eighteenth Century: Literary and Art Theories (pp. 31 - 48). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  45. 2009
  46. Raemaekers, D. C. M., & Niekus, M. J. L. T. (2009). Developments in Dutch Late Mesolithic: landscape, site location, subsistence and the introduction of pottery. In P. Crombé, M. Van Strydonck, J. Sergeant, M. Boudin, & M. Bats (Eds.), Chronology and Evolution within the Mesolithic of North-West Europe: Proceedings of an International Meeting, Brussels, May 30th-June 1st 2007 (1st ed., pp. 737 - 753). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  47. Klavina, L., Buunk, A. P., & Park, J. (2009). Intergroup jealousy: Effects of perceived group characteristics and intrasexual competition between groups. In H. Høgh-Olesen, J. Tønnesvang , & P. Bertelsen (Eds.), Human characteristics: Evolutionary Perspectives on Human Mind and Kind (pp. 382 - 397). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  48. Peeters, J. H. M. (2009). 'Occupation continuity' and 'behavioural discontinuity': abrupt changes in forager land use at the Mid/Late Atlantic boundary in the Flevoland polders (the Netherlands). In P. Crombé, M. Van Strydonck, J. Sergant, M. Boudin, & M. Bats (Eds.), Chronology and Evolution within the Mesolithic of North-West Europe (pp. 721-736). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  49. Park, J. H., Dubbs, S. L., & Buunk, A. B. (2009). Parents, offspring and mate-choice conflicts. In H. Høgh-Oleson, J. Tønnesvang, & P. Bertelsen (Eds.), Human characteristics. Evolutionary perspectives on human mind and kind (pp. 352 - 365). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  50. 2008
  51. Hendriks, P. (2008). A unified explanation for production/comprehension asymmetries. In A. Gavarró, & M. J. Freitas (Eds.), Language Acquisition and Development: Proceedings of GALA 2007 (pp. 240 - 251). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  52. Hanich, J. (2008). A Weep in the Dark. Tears and the Cinematic Experience. In I. Saal, & R. Poole (Eds.), Passionate Politics. The Cultural Work of American Melodrama from the Early Republic to the Present (pp. 27 - 46). Cambridge Scholars Publishing. http://julianhanich.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/A-Weep-in-the-Dark.pdf
  53. van Hout, A. M. H. A., de Ree, L., & de Ree, M. (2008). Dutch children’s interpretation of definites and indefinites in discourse. In A. Gavarró, & M. J. Freitas (Eds.), Language Acquisition and Development. Proceedings of GALA 2007 (pp. 281 - 291). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  54. Hollebrandse, B., Hobbs, C., De Villiers, J., & Roeper, T. (2008). Second order embedding and second order false belief. In A. Gavarro, & J. Freitas (Eds.), Language Acquisition and Development (pp. 268 - 278). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  55. Smits, E-J., & Hollebrandse, B. (2008). Set comparison and child language. In A. Gavarro, & J. Freitas (Eds.), Language Acquisition and Development (pp. 406 - 410). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  56. 2007
  57. Kremers, L., & Hollebrandse, B. (2007). Visible versus invisible extraction or gap interpretation? In A. Belletti, E. Bennati, C. Chesi, E. Di Domenico, & I. Ferrari (Eds.), Language Acquisition and Development, proceedings of GALA 2005 (pp. 318 - 329). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  58. 2006
  59. Parlevliet, S. (2006). A Supposed Connection Between the Child and the Medieval: Tracing the Origins of a Child Image in Retellings of Middle Dutch Texts (1900-1950). In V. Joosen, & K. Vloeberghs (Eds.), Changing Concepts of Childhood and Children's Literature: From Criticism of Ideology to Cultural Studies (pp. 85 - 96). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  60. Wijermans, F. E. H., Jorna, R. J. J. M., Jager, W., & van Vliet, T. (2006). Cognitive, social agents, a simulation in the field of crowd behaviour. In N. Payette, & B. Hardy-Vallée (Eds.), Beyond the brain: Embodied, situated and distributed cognition Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
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