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by San Diego , J. Stiles , E. A. Bates , D. Thal , D. Trauner , J. Reilly , Joan Stiles

Active Bibliography

18 From first words to grammar in children with focal brain injury – Elizabeth Bates, Donna Thal, Doris Trauner, Judi Fenson, Dorothy Aram, Julie Eisele, Ruth Nass - 1997
20 Plasticity, localization and language development – Elizabeth Bates, In S. H. Broman, J. M. Fletcher (eds - 1999
15 Early Language Development And Its Neural Correlates – Elizabeth Bates, Donna Thal, Barbara Finlay, Barbara Clancy - 1992
82 On The Inseparability Of Grammar And The Lexicon: Evidence From Acquisition, Aphasia And Real-Time Processing – Elizabeth Bates, Judith C. Goodman - 1997
ARTICLE NO. BL971882 Narrative Discourse in Children with Early Focal Brain Injury – Judy Snitzer Reilly, Elizabeth A. Bates, Virginia A. Marchman
Stromswold, Language acquisition I Cognitive and Neural Aspects of Language Acquisition – Karin Stromswold
22 On the Emergence of Grammar From the Lexicon – Elizabeth Bates, Judith C. Goodman - 1999
45 INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR THEORIES OF LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT – Elizabeth Bates, Philip S. Dale, Donna Thal
20 Language development in children with unilateral brain injury – Elizabeth Bates, Katherine Roe, Elizabeth Bates, Katherine Roe - 2001
3 Differential effects of unilateral lesions on language production in children and adults – Elizabeth Bates, Judy Reilly, Beverly Wulfeck, Nina Dronkers, Meiti Opie, Judi Fenson, Sarah Kriz, Rita Jeffries, Larae Miller, Kathryn Herbst - 2001
21 Early speech perception and later language development: Implications for the “critical period.” Language Learning and Development – Patricia K. Kuhl, Barbara T. Conboy, Denise Padden, Tobey Nelson, Jessica Pruitt - 2005
4 Early cognition, communication and language in children with focal brain injury – Anna Maria Dall'oglio, Elizabeth Bates, Matteo Di Capua, Grazia Pezzini - 1994
1 Does linguistic input play the same role in language learning for children with and without early brain injury – Meredith L. Rowe, Susan C. Levine, Joan A. Fisher, Susan Goldin-meadow - 2008
5 The acquisition of inflection morphology in early perceptual knowledge of syntax – Melanie Soderstrom - 2002
2 Comprehension of Infrequent Subject–Verb Agreement Forms: Evidence From French-Learning Children Géraldine Legendre – Isabelle Barrière, Louise Goyet, Thierry Nazzi, Malki Grusman, Fay Halberstam, George Hollich, Sarah Kresh, Monica Lopez-gonzalez, Ariana Martohardjono, Tabitha Moses, Sylvain Mottet, Oni Okolo, Ludmila Pukhovich, Lilia Rissman, Susan Smedesdran, Reiri Sono, Sara Tincher
1 Information for Early Word Learning The Changing Character of the Mental Lexicon: An Information-based Account of Early Word Learning – Jesse Snedeker, Michael Brent, Lila Gleitman
unknown title – Patricia K. Kuhl, Barbara T. Conboy, Sharon Coffey-corina, Denise Padden, Maritza Rivera-gaxiola, Tobey Nelson - 2007
18 A comparison of the transition from first words to grammar in English and Italian – Cristina Caselli, Paola Casadio, Elizabeth Bates - 1999
The Acquisition of English by Internationally-Adopted Preschoolers: A Natural Experiment in Language Development – Jesse Snedeker, Jesse Snedeker, Joy Geren, Isabel Martin - 2005