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Matsui, T., Yamamoto, T., McCagg, P. (2005) Who can you trust? A closer look at developing sensitivity to epistemic expressions. *Proceedings of the 29th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development* : 376-388.
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Matsui, T. (2005) Verbal communication and understanding of the speaker’s epistemic stance: A developmental perspective. The 9th International Pragmatics Conference (Jul. 2005, Verona, Italy).
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