Center Papers

A positive relationship between sign language proficiency and mental rotation
Kubicek, E., & Quandt, L. C. (2021). A Positive Relationship Between Sign Language Comprehension and Mental Rotation Abilities. The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 26(1), 1-12.
Earlier and more robust sensorimotor discrimination of ASL signs in deaf signers during imitation
Quandt, L. C. & Willis, A. S. (2021). Earlier and more robust sensorimotor discrimination of ASL signs in deaf signers during imitation. Language, Cognition, & Neuroscience.
The cortical organization of listening effort: New insight from functional near-infrared spectroscopy
White, B. E., & Clifton, L. (2021, in press). The cortical organization of listening effort: New insight from functional near-infrared spectroscopy. NeuroImage, 118324. .
Thermal infrared imaging reveals that 6-12-month-old babies show different autonomic response to interaction with robot and avatar.
Filippini, C., Cardone, D., Perpetuini, D., Chiarelli, A.M., Petitto, L.A., & Merla, A. (September 21-30, 2020). Thermal infrared imaging reveals that 6-12-month-old babies show different autonomic response to interaction with robot and avatar. Proceedings from the 15th Quantitative InfraRed Thermography Conference (QIRT).
Early visual language skills affect the trajectory of literacy gains over a three-year period of time for preschool aged deaf children who experience signing in the home
Allen, T. E., & Morere, D. A. (2020). Early visual language skills affect the trajectory of literacy gains over a three-year period of time for preschool aged deaf children who experience signing in the home. PloS one, 15(2), e0229591.
Enhanced gaze‐following behavior in Deaf infants of Deaf parents
Brooks, R., Singleton, J. L., & Meltzoff, A. N. (2020). Enhanced gaze‐following behavior in Deaf infants of Deaf parents. Developmental Science, 23(2), e12900.
Early-life signed language exposure does not impede the development of spoken language: A functional near infrared spectroscopy investigation of phonemic discrimination in cochlear implant (CI) users
Nematova, S., Zinszer, B., Morlet, T., Morini, G., Petitto, L.A, Jasinska, K. (October 21-24, 2020). Early-life signed language exposure does not impede the development of spoken language: A functional near infrared spectroscopy investigation of phonemic discrimination in cochlear implant (CI) users. [Poster session]. The Twelfth Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Philadelphia, PA.
Early signed language exposure does not harm phonemic discrimination for individuals with cochlear implants (CIs): evidence from fNIRS neuroimaging.
Nematova, S., Zinszer, B., Morlet, T., Morini, G., Petitto, L.A., & Jasinska, K. (May 2-5, 2020). Early signed language exposure does not harm phonemic discrimination for individuals with cochlear implants (CIs): evidence from fNIRS neuroimaging. Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS). Peer-reviewed/published conference.
Teaching ASL signs using signing avatars and immersive learning in virtual reality
Quandt, L. C., Lamberton, J., Willis, A. S.^, Wang, J., Weeks, K.*, Kubicek, E.^, & Malzkuhn, M. (2020). Teaching ASL signs using signing avatars and immersive learning in virtual reality. The 22nd International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS ’20), 98, 1-4.
Teaching American Sign Language in mixed reality
Shao, Q., Sniffen, A., Blanchett, J., Hillis, M. E., Shi, X., Haris, T. K., Liu, J., Lamberton, J., Malzkuhn, M., Quandt, L. C., Mahoney, J., Kraemer, D. J. M., Zhou, X., & Balkcom, D. (2020). Teaching American Sign Language in mixed reality. In The Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies (IMWUT), 4, 152.
Using the Adapted Flemish Sign Language Visual Communication and Sign Language Checklist
Wille, B., Allen, T., Van Lierde, K., & Van Herreweghe, M. (2020). Using the Adapted Flemish Sign Language Visual Communication and Sign Language Checklist. The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 25(2), 188-198.
The Flemish Sign Language Diagnostic Instrument for Children up to Two Years Old: Adaptation of the ASL VCSL Checklist
Wille, B., Allen, T., Van Lierde, K., & Van Herreweghe, M. (2020). The Flemish Sign Language Diagnostic Instrument for Children up to Two Years Old: Adaptation of the ASL VCSL Checklist. American Annals of the Deaf, 165(3), 311-334.
Can a Signing Virtual Human Engage a Baby's Attention?
Nasihati Gilani, S., Traum, D., Sortino, R., Gallagher, G., Aaron-Lozano, K., Padilla, C., ... & Petitto, L. A. (2019, July). Can a Signing Virtual Human Engage a Baby's Attention?. In Proceedings of the 19th ACM International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents (pp. 162-169).
The VL2 online assessment system: A tool for building assessment in a visual language (Software)
Allen, T., & Fernandez, R. (2019). The VL2 online assessment system: A tool for building assessment in a visual language (Software). Washington, D.C.: Science of Learning Center on Visual Language and Visual Learning (VL2).
Published the printed book version of the VL2. Storybook Apps: The Blue Lobste and The Baobab
Herzig, M. (2019). Published the printed book version of the VL2. Storybook Apps: The Blue Lobste and The Baobab. Co-created and published books (hardcopy version of the book in the VL2 Storybook Apps) for The Blue Lobster, and The Baobab (with Melissa Malzkuhn and Yiqiao Wang)
Understanding the Language Experiences and Motivations of Deaf Adolescent Latino Struggling Readers
Herzig, M. (2019). Understanding the Language Experiences and Motivations of Deaf Adolescent Latino Struggling Readers. JADARA, 52(3), 22–59. Retrieved from https://repository.wcsu.edu/jadara/vol52/iss3/2
Sensorimotor system engagement during ASL sign perception: an EEG study in deaf signers and hearing non-signers
Kubicek, E., & Quandt, L. C. (2019). Sensorimotor system engagement during ASL sign perception: an EEG study in deaf signers and hearing non-signers. Cortex.
Buck and Bull. VL2 Storybook App, 2019. Vers. 1.0
Malzkuhn, M., & Baer, C. (2019). Buck and Bull. VL2 Storybook App, 2019. Vers. 1.0. Apple App Store, https:// apps.apple.com/us/app/buck-bull/id1449739216.
VL2 Storybook Creator, Software, Vers. 2.0
Malzkuhn, M., & Kettering, T. (2019). VL2 Storybook Creator, Software, Vers. 2.0.
“Can a signing virtual human engage a baby’s attention?” Publication of the Association for Computing Machinery Intelligent Virtual Agents (IVA)
Nasihati Gilani, S., Traum, D., Sortino, R., Gallagher, G., Aaron-Lozano, K., Padilla, C., Shapiro, A., Lamberton, J., & Petitto, L.A. (2019). “Can a signing virtual human engage a baby’s attention?” Publication of the Association for Computing Machinery Intelligent Virtual Agents (IVA). ISBN 978-1-4503-6672-4/19/07.
Can a virtual human facilitate language learning in a young baby?
Nasihati Gilani, S., Traum, D., Sortino, R., Gallagher, G., Aaron-Lozano, K., Padilla, C., Shapiro, A., Lamberton, J., & Petitto, L.A. (2019). Can a virtual human facilitate language learning in a young baby? In peer-reviewed publication of Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), N. Agmon, M. E. Taylor, E. Elkind, M. Veloso (Eds.)
Hearing Babies Respond To Language’s Patterning And Socially-Contingent Interactions With A Signing Avatar: Insights Into Human Language Acquisition
Petitto, L.A. (PI), Sortino, R., Aaron-Lozano, K., Gallagher, G., Nasihati Gilani, S., Traum, D., Merla, A., Filippini, C., Padilla, C, (March 22, 2019). “Hearing Babies Respond to Language’s Patterning and Socially-Contingent Interactions with a Signing Avatar: Insights into Human Language Acquisition.” Poster, 2019 Biennial Meeting of The Society for Research in Child Development, Baltimore, Maryland.
Identifying language delays among signing deaf children (Research Brief #12)
Winthrop, D., Jaeger, M., Allen, T., Morere, D., & Miller, C. (2019). Identifying language delays among signing deaf children (Research Brief #12). Washington, D.C.: Science of Learning Center on Visual Language and Visual Learning (VL2).
Gallaudet Revolution: Discoveries and Research in Sign Language. NADmag, 18(1), p. 16-18)
Herzig, M., Malzkuhn, M., Langdon, C. & Holmes, T. (Spring 2018). Gallaudet Revolution: Discoveries and Research in Sign Language. NADmag, 18(1), p. 16-18). National Association of the Deaf Publication.
Rapid Automatized Naming (RAN) Speed Does Not Predict Reading in Deaf Readers: Implications for Theoretical Accounts of RAN.
Andriola, D. & Allen, T.E. (2018, June). Rapid Automatized Naming (RAN) Speed Does Not Predict Reading in Deaf Readers: Implications for Theoretical Accounts of RAN. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco.
Rapid Automatized Naming Speed, Sign Language Skill, Phonological Awareness, and Early Reading in 5-year-old Deaf Children.
Andriola, D., Palatino, W., & Allen, T.E. (2018, March). Rapid Automatized Naming Speed, Sign Language Skill, Phonological Awareness, and Early Reading in 5-year-old Deaf Children. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of Early Hearing Detection and Intervention, Denver.
Multimodal Dialogue Management for Multiparty Interaction with Infants
Nasihati Gilani, S., Traum, D., Merla, A., Hee, E., Walker, Z., Manini, B., Gallagher, G., & Petitto, L. (Accepted, July 2018). Multimodal Dialogue Management for Multiparty Interaction with Infants. In refereed/Published Proceedings of the 20th Association for Computing Machinery/ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction.
“Voices from the Field” Interview with Melissa Herzig and Melissa Malzkuhn
Herzig, M. and Malzkuhn, M. (2018). “Voices from the Field” Interview with Melissa Herzig and Melissa Malzkuhn. Published on Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services Blog.https://sites.ed.gov/osers/2018/01/voices-from-the-field-melissa-herzig-and-melissa-malzkuhn/?utm_content=&utm_medium=email&utm_name=&utm_source=govdelivery&utm_term=
Sensorimotor characteristics of sign translations modulate EEG when deaf signers read English
Quandt, L. C., & Kubicek, E. (2018). Sensorimotor characteristics of sign translations modulate EEG when deaf signers read English. Brain and language, 187, 9-17.
Exploring Hispanic parents’ beliefs and attitudes about deaf education
Rodriguez, Y. S., & Allen, T. E. (2018). Exploring Hispanic parents’ beliefs and attitudes about deaf education. Journal of Latinos and Education, 1-11.
“Teaching language to deaf infants with a robot and a virtual human.” Proceeding of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems pp.553; 1–553:13
Scassellati, B., Brawer, J., Tsui, K., Nasihati Gilani, S., Malzkuhn, M., Manini, B., Stone, A., Kartheiser, G., Merla, A., Shapiro, A., Traum, D., & Petitto. L.A. (2018). “Teaching language to deaf infants with a robot and a virtual human.” Proceeding of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems pp.553; 1–553:13. New York, N.Y., USA: ACM. ISBN 123-4567-24- 567/08/06.
The impact of age of language exposure on spatial working memory using fNIRS neuroimaging
Kartheiser, G. & Petitto, L.A. (November, 2017). The impact of age of language exposure on spatial working memory using fNIRS neuroimaging. Poster Presentation at Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC. View Poster.
Evidence of maturational processes in linguistic brain (fNIRS) and psychological emotional (Thermal IR) responses in hearing infants to signing virtual humans
Manini, B., Kartheiser, G., Stone, A., Merla, A., & Petitto, L.A. (November, 2017). Evidence of maturational processes in linguistic brain (fNIRS) and psychological emotional (Thermal IR) responses in hearing infants to signing virtual humans. Poster Presentation at Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC. View Poster.
Physiological and behavioral correlates of babies’ social engagement with robot and virtual human artificial intelligence agents
(5/5) Manini, B., Tsui, K., Stone, A., Scassellati, B., Traum, D., Merla, A., & Petitto, L.A. (April, 2017). Physiological and behavioral correlates of babies’ social engagement with robot and virtual human artificial intelligence agents. In L.A. Petitto (Chair), Discoveries about infant language learning and “readiness to learn” from integrated fNIRS, thermal IR, robot, and avatar sciences. Symposium conducted at Society for Research on Child Development, Austin, TX.
Assessing emotions and arousal in developmental psychophysiology studies with thermal infrared imaging
(4/5) Merla, A. & Manini, B. (April, 2017). Assessing emotions and arousal in developmental psychophysiology studies with thermal infrared imaging. In L.A. Petitto (Chair), Discoveries about infant language learning and “readiness to learn” from integrated fNIRS, thermal IR, robot, and avatar sciences. Symposium conducted at Society for Research on Child Development, Austin, TX.
"Discoveries about Infant Language Learning and “Readiness to Learn” from Integrated fNIRS, Thermal IR, Robot, and Avatar Sciences"
(1/5) Petitto, L.A. (Symposium Organizer/Chair, and Project PI) (April 2017). Discoveries about Infant Language Learning and “Readiness to Learn” from Integrated fNIRS, Thermal IR, Robot, and Avatar Sciences. Symposium Society for Research in Child Development. Austin, Texas, April 6, 2017. http://convention2.allacademic.com/one/srcd/srcd17/index.php?program_focus=view_session&selected_session_id=1197706&cmd=online_program_direct_link&sub_action=online_program
The RAVE: Designing technology-based interactions for deaf infants. In L.A. Petitto (Chair), Discoveries about infant language learning and “readiness to learn” from integrated fNIRS, thermal IR, robot, and avatar sciences
(2/5) Scassellati, B., Traum, D., Tsui, K., Shapiro, A., Petitto, L.A. (April, 2017). The RAVE: Designing technology-based interactions for deaf infants. In L.A. Petitto (Chair), Discoveries about infant language learning and “readiness to learn” from integrated fNIRS, thermal IR, robot, and avatar sciences. Symposium conducted at Society for Research on Child Development, Austin, TX.
Detecting the rhythmic temporal patterning of language: Infants’ neural, physiological, and behavioral sensitivity
(3/5) Stone, A., Manini, B., Kartheiser, G., Malzkuhn, M., Langdon, C., Merla, A., & Petitto, L.A. (April, 2017). Detecting the rhythmic temporal patterning of language: Infants’ neural, physiological, and behavioral sensitivity. In L.A. Petitto (Chair), Discoveries about infant language learning and “readiness to learn” from integrated fNIRS, thermal IR, robot, and avatar sciences. Symposium conducted at Society for Research on Child Development, Austin, TX.
ASL-Comprehension Test, Online, developed for the VL2 ASL Assessment Portal and is now being used by researchers from different universities across the USA
Allen, T. & Fernandez, R. (2017) ASL-Comprehension Test, Online, developed for the VL2 ASL Assessment Portal and is now being used by researchers from different universities across the USA.
The Visual Communication and Sign Language Checklist: Online [software]
Allen, T.E. & Fernandez, R (2017). The Visual Communication and Sign Language Checklist: Online [software].
A curriculum for ASL: Empowering students by giving them ownership of their learning
Herzig, M. (2017). A curriculum for ASL: Empowering students by giving them ownership of their learning. Odyssey, 18, pp. 70-75.
VL2 Storybook Apps Lesson Plans
Herzig, M. (2017). VL2 Storybook Apps Lesson Plans. Retrieved from http://vl2storybookapps.com/lessonplans/ Lesson Plans and activity worksheets to Support Reading, ASL and English Language Development, language arts, arts, science, and social studies for the following VL2 Storybook Apps:
Age of bilingual exposure changes the contribution of phonological and semantic knowledge to successful reading development
Jasińska, K.K & Petitto, L.A. (2017). Age of bilingual exposure changes the contribution of phonological and semantic knowledge to successful reading development. Child Development.
The Giant Turnip, Russian Edition, VL2 Storybook App, with Communication Service for the Deaf, iOS App
Malzkuhn, M. (2017), The Giant Turnip, Russian Edition, VL2 Storybook App, with Communication Service for the Deaf, iOS App.
The Baobab, Japanese Edition, VL2 Storybook App, iOS App
Malzkuhn, M. (2017), The Baobab, Japanese Edition, VL2 Storybook App, iOS App.
The Baobab, Dutch Edition, VL2 Storybook App, iOS App
Malzkuhn, M. (2017), The Baobab, Dutch Edition, VL2 Storybook App, iOS App.
In Our Own Hands: Essays in Deaf History (1780-1940). In Greenwald, B., Murray, J., Eds. Compromising for Agency: The Role of the NAD during the American Eugenics Movement (1880-1940)
Malzkuhn, M. (2017). In Our Own Hands: Essays in Deaf History (1780-1940). In Greenwald, B., Murray, J., Eds. Compromising for Agency: The Role of the NAD during the American Eugenics Movement (1880-1940). Washington DC: Gallaudet University Press.
A case of specific language impairment in a deaf signer of American Sign Language
Quinto-Pozos, D., Singleton, J. L., & Hauser, P. C. (2017). A case of specific language impairment in a deaf signer of American Sign Language. The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 22(2), 204-218.
Reorganization of neural systems mediating peripheral visual selective attention in the deaf: An optical imaging study
Seymour, J. L., Low, K. A., Maclin, E. L., Chiarelli, A. M., Mathewson, K. E., Fabiani, M., ... & Dye, M. W. (2017). Reorganization of neural systems mediating peripheral visual selective attention in the deaf: An optical imaging study. Hearing Research, 343, 162-175.
Sonority in lexicalized fingerspelling: Perception studies with infants and adults. In D. Brentari (Chair), The phonology of sign language fingerspelling: Beyond handshape sequences
Stone, A., Bosworth, R., & Petitto, L.A. (January, 2017). Sonority in lexicalized fingerspelling: Perception studies with infants and adults. In D. Brentari (Chair), The phonology of sign language fingerspelling: Beyond handshape sequences. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the Linguistics Society of America, Austin, TX.
Visual sonority modulates infants’ attraction to sign language
Stone, A., Petitto, L.A., & Bosworth, R. (2017). Visual sonority modulates infants’ attraction to sign language. Language Learning and Development, 1-19.
Teremok. VL2 Storybook App (Version 1.0) [Mobile application]
Visual Language and Visual Learning Science of Learning Center (2017). Teremok. VL2 Storybook App (Version 1.0) [Mobile application]. Retrieved from https://itunes.apple. com/us/app/teremok-asl/id1310794904?mt=8
Tepemok. (2017). VL2 Storybook App, Russian Edition (Version 1.0) [Mobile application]
Visual Language and Visual Learning Science of Learning Center (2017) (2017). Tepemok. (2017). VL2 Storybook App, Russian Edition (Version 1.0) [Mobile application]. Retrieved from https:// itunes.apple.com/us/app/tepemok-asl/id1310852386?mt=8
Infants’ sensitivity to visual rhythmic-temporal patterning of language: An integrated fNIRS neuroimaging, thermal infrared imaging, and eye tracking investigation
Stone, A., Manini, B., Kartheiser, G., Langdon, C., Merla, A., & Petitto, L.A. (2016, San Diego). Infants’ sensitivity to visual rhythmic-temporal patterning of language: An integrated fNIRS neuroimaging, thermal infrared imaging, and eye tracking investigation. Poster presented at the meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA.
SignWise for Kids
Herzig, M. P (2016, August 2016). SignWise for Kids. Retrieved from http://www.signwise4kids.com/
Look both ways before crossing the street: Perspectives on the intersection of bimodality and bilingualism
Anible, B., & Morford, J. P. (2016). Look both ways before crossing the street: Perspectives on the intersection of bimodality and bilingualism. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition,19(2), 243-245.
The importance of early sign language acquisition for Deaf readers
Clark, D. M., Hauser, P. C., Miller, P., Kargin, T., Rathmann, C., Guldenoglu, B., Kubus, O., & Israel, E. (2016). The importance of early sign language acquisition for Deaf readers. Reading and Writing Quarterly, 32, 127-151.
Foveal processing under concurrent peripheral load in profoundly deaf adults
Dye, M.W.G. (2016). Foveal processing under concurrent peripheral load in profoundly deaf adults. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 21(2), 122-128.
Response bias reveals enhanced attention to inferior visual fields in signers of American Sign Language
Dye, M.W.G., Seymour, J.L., and Hauser, P.C. (2016). Response bias reveals enhanced attention to inferior visual fields in signers of American Sign Language. Experimental Brain Research, 234(4), 1067-1076.
Exploring signed language assessment tools around the world
Enns, C., Haug, T., Herman, R., Hoffmeister, R., Mann, W. & McQuarrie, L. (2016). Exploring signed language assessment tools around the world. In M. Marschark, V. Lampropoulou & E.K. Skordilis (Eds.), Diversity in Deaf Education (pp. 171-218). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
American Sign Language Comprehension Test
Hauser, P. C., Paludnevicience, R., Ridall, W., Kurz, K., Emmorey, K., & Contrereas, J. (2016). American Sign Language Comprehension Test. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education.
Bilingualism yields language-specific plasticity in left hemisphere’s circuitry for learning to read in young children
Jasińska, K.K., Berens, M., Kovelman, I., & Petitto, L.A. (2016). Bilingualism yields language-specific plasticity in left hemisphere’s circuitry for learning to read in young children. Neuropsychologia.
Measuring visuospatial memory span in signers: Differences in the manual and computerized Corsi block tapping tests
Kartheiser, G., Stone, A., Petitto, L.A., & Allen, T. (January, 2016). Measuring visuospatial memory span in signers: Differences in the manual and computerized Corsi block tapping tests. 12th Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research (TISLR), Melbourne, Australia.
Research Brief #11: Raising the Whole Child: Addressing Social-Emotional Development in Deaf Children
Lytle, L.R. & Oliva, G. (2016) Research Brief #11: Raising the Whole Child: Addressing Social-Emotional Development in Deaf Children. Washington, DC: Science of Learning Center on Visual Language and Visual Lerning.
The Role of the NAD during the American Eugenics Movement
Malzkuhn, M. (2016). The Role of the NAD during the American Eugenics Movement. NAD Magazine. 2016 Spring; 28-33.
Museum of Errors, VL2 Storybook App, Apple iTunes
Malzkuhn, M. (2016). Museum of Errors, VL2 Storybook App, Apple iTunes. Developed with Silvia Palmieri, Conrad Baer, and Benjamin Bahan.
“Sign of the Times: Higher Purpose Inspires Harder Work Ethic for Students Turned Entrepreneurs”
McQuarrie, L (2016). “Sign of the Times: Higher Purpose Inspires Harder Work Ethic for Students Turned Entrepreneurs” in Science Contours Magazine, Spring/Summer 2016, Faculty of Science, University of Alberta.
Visual sign phonology: Insights into human reading and language from a natural soundless phonology
Petitto, L.A., Langdon, C., Stone, A., Andriola, D., Kartheiser, G., & Cochran, C. (2016). Visual sign phonology: Insights into human reading and language from a natural soundless phonology. WIREs Cognitive Science.
Age of sign-speech bilingual language exposure and syntactic processing in deaf individuals with cochlear implants using functional near infrared spectroscopy
Petitto, L.A., Stone, A., Andriola, D., & Langdon, C. (2016, accepted). Age of sign-speech bilingual language exposure and syntactic processing in deaf individuals with cochlear implants using functional near infrared spectroscopy. Poster submitted for consideration at the Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, IL. (Stone true first author here.)
Bilingual deaf readers’ use of semantic and syntactic cues in the processing of English relative clauses
Piñar, P., Carlson, M. T., Morford, J. P., and Dussias, P. E. (2016). Bilingual deaf readers’ use of semantic and syntactic cues in the processing of English relative clauses. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition. Published online: 29 June 2016.
Perceptual sensitivity to sonority in visual language: Native signers & naïve infants
Stone, A., Bosworth, R., & Petitto, L.A. (January, 2016). Perceptual sensitivity to sonority in visual language: Native signers & naïve infants. 12th Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research (TISLR), Melbourne, Australia.
Finding frequency effects in the usage of NOT collocations in American Sign Language
Wilkinson, E. (2016). Finding frequency effects in the usage of NOT collocations in American Sign Language. Sign Language & Linguistics, 19(1), 82-123.
Psycholinguistics: Milestones in. In P. Boudreault and G. Gertz (Eds.), The Deaf Studies Encyclopedia
Herzig, M., Clark, D., Baker, S., & Simms, L. (September 2015). Psycholinguistics: Milestones in. In P. Boudreault and G. Gertz (Eds.), The Deaf Studies Encyclopedia. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
The Signed Verbal Learning Test: Assessing Verbal Memory Of Deaf Signers
Morere, D.A. (2013b ). The Signed Verbal Learning Test: Assessing verbal memory of deaf signers. Sign Language Studies, 14(1), pp. 39-57.
The Deaf Community as a ‘Special Linguistic Demographic:’ Diversity Rather than Disability as a Framework for Conducting Research with Individuals who are Deaf. In E. Orfanidou, B. Woll, & G. Morgan (Eds)
Allen, T. E. (2015). The Deaf Community as a ‘Special Linguistic Demographic:’ Diversity Rather than Disability as a Framework for Conducting Research with Individuals who are Deaf. In E. Orfanidou, B. Woll, & G. Morgan (Eds). The Blackwell Guide to Research Methods in Sign Language Studies. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley.
Early visual language exposure and emergent literacy in preschool deaf children: Findings from a national longitudinal study.
Allen, T., Letteri, A., Choi, S.H., Dang, D., (2015). Early visual language exposure and emergent literacy in preschool deaf children: Findings from a national longitudinal study. American Annals of the Deaf, 159, 346-358.
The VL2 Early Education Longitudinal Study: Rationale, methods and participant characteristics.
Allen, T., Morere, D., Clark, M.D., & Murphy, L. (2015). The VL2 Early Education Longitudinal Study: Rationale, methods and participant characteristics. Retrieved from website, http://vl2.gallaudet.edu/files/2914/1045/8608/EELS_Methods_Paper.pdf
ASL Skills, Fingerspelling Ability, Home Communication Context and Early Alphabetic Knowledge of Preschool-aged Deaf Children
Allen, T.E. (2015). ASL Skills, Fingerspelling Ability, Home Communication Context and Early Alphabetic Knowledge of Preschool-aged Deaf Children. Sign Language Studies, 15 (3), 233-265.
The Qualitative Similarity Hypothesis: Research Synthesis And Future Directions
Andrews, J. F., & Wang, Y. (2015). The qualitative similarity hypothesis: Research synthesis and future directions. American Annals of the Deaf, 159(9), 468-483.
Deaf Scholars On Reading: A Historical Review Of 40 Years Of Dissertation Research (1973-2013): Implications For Research And Practice.
Andrews, J. F., Byrne, A., Clark, D. M. (2015). Deaf scholars on reading: A historical review of 40 years of dissertation research (1973-2013): Implications for research and practice. American Annals of the Deaf, 159(9), 393-418.
Sensitivity to Verb Bias in American Sign Language-English Bilinguals
Anible, B., Twitchell, P., Waters, G. S., Dussias, P. E., Piñar, P., & Morford, J. P. (2015). Sensitivity to Verb Bias in American Sign Language-English Bilinguals. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education.
Neurobiology of signed languages
Corina, D. P. & Knapp, H.K. (in press). Neurobiology of signed languages. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Language Sciences. Edited by Patrick Colm Hogan.
Disorders of Sign Language
Corina, D. P. (2015). Disorders of sign language. In J. Wright (Ed)., International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Oxford, UK: Elsevier.
The neurobiology of sign language
Emmorey, K. (2015). The neurobiology of sign language. Brain mapping: An encyclopedic reference, 3, 475-479.
Neural correlates of fingerspelling, text, and sign processing in deaf ASL-English bilinguals
Emmorey, K., McCullough, S., & Weisberg, J. (2015). Neural correlates of fingerspelling, text, and sign processing in deaf ASL-English bilinguals. Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience.
Sign languages in the world. In A. Schembri & C. Lucas (Eds.), The Sociolinguistics of Sign Languages and Deaf Communities
Fenlon, J. & Wilkinson, E. (2015). Sign languages in the world. In A. Schembri & C. Lucas (Eds.), The Sociolinguistics of Sign Languages and Deaf Communities. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Studying sign language disorders: Considering Neuropsychological Data
Hauser, P. C., Quinto-Pozos, D., & Singleton, J. L. (2015). Studying sign language disorders: Considering Neuropsychological Data. In E. Orfanidou, B. Woll, & G. Morgan (Eds.), Research methods in Sign Language Studies: A Practical Guide. pp 336-351. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
Multiple Lesson Plans for The Blue Lobster to Support Reading, ASL, and English Language Development
Herzig, M. (2015) Multiple Lesson Plans for The Blue Lobster to Support Reading, ASL, and English Language Development.
Helpful Guide for Parents Reading The Blue Lobster app with Their Child
Herzig, M. (2015). Helpful Guide for Parents Reading The Blue Lobster app with Their Child.
Observations and Recommendation to Boost Students’ Reading Scores: A Report for Superintendent and Board of Associates of Arkansas School for the Deaf
Herzig, M. (2015) Observations and Recommendation to Boost Students’ Reading Scores: A Report for Superintendent and Board of Associates of Arkansas School for the Deaf.
Bilingual Storybook Apps: An Interactive Reading Experience for Children. Odyssey, 16, 40-44
Herzig, M., & Malzkuhn, M. (2015). Bilingual Storybook Apps: An Interactive Reading Experience for Children. Odyssey, 16, 40-44.
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Priming Of Early Closure: Evidence For The Lexical Boost. Language, Cognition, And Neuroscience
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Priming Prepositional Phrase Attachment: Evidence From Eye-tracking And Event-related Potentials
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Mapping the reading circuitry for skilled deaf readers: An fMRI study of semantic and phonological processing
Emmorey, K., Weisberg, J., McCullough, S., & Petrich, J. A. F. (2013). Mapping the reading circuitry for skilled deaf readers: An fMRI study of semantic and phonological processing. Brain and Language, 126, 169-180.
The Biology Of Linguistic Expression Impacts Neural Correlates For Spatial Language
Emmorey, K., McCullough, S., Mehta, S.H., Ponto, L.B., & Grabowski, T.J. (2013). The biology of linguistic expression impacts neural correlates for spatial language. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 25(4), 517-533.
Bimodal Bilingualism And The Frequency-lag Hypothesis
Emmorey, K., Petrich, J.A.F., & Gollan, T. H. (2013). Bimodal bilingualism and the frequency-lag hypothesis. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 18(1), 1-11.
American Sign Language: Receptive Skills Test. Winnipeg, MB: Northern Signs Research, Inc
Enns, C.J., Zimmer, K., Boudreault, P., Rabu, S., & Broszeit, C. (2013). American Sign Language: Receptive Skills Test. Winnipeg, MB: Northern Signs Research, Inc.
Sex-specific gray matter volume differences in females with developmental dyslexia
Evans, T. M., Flowers, D. L., Napoliello, E. M., & Eden, G. F. (2013). Sex-specific gray matter volume differences in females with developmental dyslexia. Brain Structure & Function.
Semantic interpretation of sentences
Frisson, S. & Traxler, M.J. (2013). Semantic interpretation of sentences. In R.P.G. van Gompel (Ed.), Sentence Processing (pp. 160-188). London, England: Psychology Press.
A Comparison Of The Letter-Processing Skills Of Hearing And Deaf Readers: Evidence From Five Orthographies
Guldenoglu, B., Miller, P., Kargin, T., Hauser, P., Rathman, C., Kubus, O., & Spurgeon, E. (2013). A Comparison of the Letter Processing Skills of Hearing and Deaf Readers: Evidence from Five Orthographies. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education.
How Age Of Bilingual Exposure Can Change The Neural Systems For Language In The Developing Brain: A Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy Investigation Of Syntactic Processing In Monolingual And Bilingual Children
Jasińska, K. & Petitto, L.A. (2013). How Age of Bilingual Exposure Can Change the Neural Systems for Language in the Developing Brain: A functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy Investigation of Syntactic Processing in Monolingual and Bilingual Children. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 6, 87-101.
“Role of Phonology and Semantics in Bilingual Reading Acquisition.”
Jasinska, K. & Petitto, L.A. (2013). “Role of Phonology and Semantics in Bilingual Reading Acquisition.” Poster presented at the annual National Science Foundation inter-Science of Learning Center (iSLC) conference. February 21-23, 2013. Philadelphia, PA.
“Does Early Exposure to a Visual Signed Language ‘hurt’ Auditory Language Tissue Development: Evidence from fNIRS Neuroimaging of Language Processing in Deaf Individuals with Cochlear Implants.”
Jasinska, K., Langdon, C., and Petitto, L. A. (2013). “Does Early Exposure to a Visual Signed Language ‘hurt’ Auditory Language Tissue Development: Evidence from fNIRS Neuroimaging of Language Processing in Deaf Individuals with Cochlear Implants.” Poster Presentation at the Society for Neuroscience conference. November 2013. San Diego, California.
The Linguistic Structure and Neural Representation of Classifier Constructions: Through the Lens of Child Acquisition and fNIRS Neuroimaging of Adults
Langdon, Clifton. (2013). The Linguistic Structure and Neural Representation of Classifier Constructions: Through the Lens of Child Acquisition and fNIRS Neuroimaging of Adults. Gallaudet University, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 2013.
Peripheral visual attention in the congenitally deaf: an optical imaging study
Maclin, E.L., Seymour, J., Gratton, G., Fabiani, M., & Dye, M.W.G. (2013). Peripheral visual attention in the congenitally deaf: an optical imaging study. Psychophysiology, 50 (Supplement 1), S125.
Bilingual storybook app designed for deaf children based on research principles
Malzkuhn, M. & Herzig, M. (2013) Bilingual storybook app designed for deaf children based on research principles. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children, New York, NY, 499-502. http://www.informatik.uni-trier.de/~ley/pers/hd/m/Malzkuhn:Melissa.html
Parents Information Package: Growing Together!
Malzkuhn, M. and Herzig, M. (2013). Parents Information Package: Growing Together! Retrieved from http://vl2parentspackage.org (Under Construction).
Bilingual Deaf Students’ Phonological Awareness In ASL And Reading Skills In English
McQuarrie, L.M, & Abbott, M. (2013). Bilingual Deaf Students’ Phonological Awareness in ASL and Reading Skills in English. Sign Language Studies (Special Issue on Assessment). 14 (1) : 61-81.
Methodological Issues Associated With Sign-based Neuropsychological Assessment
Morere, D.A. (2013). Methodological issues associated with sign-based neuropsychological assessment. Sign Language Studies, 14(1), pp. 8-20.
Direction Asymmetries In Spoken And Signed Language Interpreting
Nicodemus, B., & Emmorey, K. (2013). Direction asymmetries in spoken and signed language interpreting. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 16(3), 624-636.
The Theory Of Reasoned Action As Parallel Constraint Satisfaction: Towards A Dynamic Computational Model Of Health Behavior
Orr, M.G., Thrush, R., and Plaut, D.C. (2013). The theory of reasoned action as parallel constraint satisfaction: Towards a dynamic computational model of health behavior. PLoS ONE, 8(5), e62490.
Brain and Language Lab (BL2)
Petitto, L. A. (2013). Brain and Language Lab (BL2). www.Petitto.gallaudet.edu
Foreword. In B. Benedict (Ed.), Bilingual deaf and hearing families: Narrative interviews
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Ph.D. Program in Educational Neuroscience
Petitto, L.A., Allen, T.E. & Herzig, M. (2013). Ph.D. Program in Educational Neuroscience. http://sites.google.com/site/gallaudetedneuroscience.
Emic perspectives on reading development in American Sign Language/English bilingual deaf children
Pucci, C., Harmon, K., & Mounty, J. (2013). Emic perspectives on reading development in American Sign Language/English bilingual deaf children. Deaf Studies Digital Journal, 3.
Linguistic theory and the analysis of interpretation. In E.A. Winston & C. Monikoski, Evolving Paradigms in Interpreter Education: Impact of Interpreting Research on Teaching Interpreting. (pp. 119-123)
Quinto-Pozos, D. (2013). Linguistic theory and the analysis of interpretation. In E.A. Winston & C. Monikoski, Evolving Paradigms in Interpreter Education: Impact of Interpreting Research on Teaching Interpreting. (pp. 119-123). Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.
Atypical sign language development: A case study of challenges with visual perspective-taking
Quinto-Pozos, D., Singleton, J. L., Hauser, P. C., Levine, S. L., Garberoglio, C. L., & Hou, L. (2013). Atypical sign language development: A case study of challenges with visual perspective-taking. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 30, 332-359.
The Standardized Visual Communication And Sign Language Checklist For Signing Children
Simms, L., Baker, S., & Clark, M. D. (2013). The Standardized Visual Communication and Sign Language Checklist for Signing Children. Sign Language Studies, 14(1), 101-124.
What Pediatricians Should Know about Sign Language Exposure for Deaf and Hearing Infants and Children: Findings from neuro-cognitive and psycholinguistic research
Singleton, J. (2013). What Pediatricians Should Know about Sign Language Exposure for Deaf and Hearing Infants and Children: Findings from neuro-cognitive and psycholinguistic research. Content for Continuing Medical Education Module (to be submitted to VL2 Benefit & Risk Assessment Committee)
Equity in Assessment for Individuals who are Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing
Sligar, S.R., Cawthon, S., Morere, D.A. & Moxley, A. (2013). Equity in Assessment for Individuals who are Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing. Journal of the American Deafness & Rehabilitation Association (JADARA), 47 (1), 110-127.
The Eyes Don’t Point: Understanding Language Universals Through Person Marking In American Sign Language
Thompson, R., Emmorey, K., Kluender, R., & Langdon, C. (2013). The eyes don’t point: Understanding language universals through person marking in American Sign Language. Lingua, 137, 219-229.
Deaf readers’ response to syntactic complexity: Evidence from self-paced reading
Traxler, M. J., Corina, D. P., Morford, J. P., Hafer, S., & Hoversten, L. J. (2013). Deaf readers’ response to syntactic complexity: Evidence from self-paced reading. Memory & Cognition, 42 (1), 97-111.
Working memory in language comprehension
Traxler, M.J., & Long, D.L. (2013). Working memory in language comprehension. The Encyclopdia of the Mind, pp. 793-796. San Diego, CA: Sage.
Working memory in sentence comprehension and production. In F. Columbus (Ed.)
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Establishment of a phonemic clustering system for American Sign Language
Witkin, G.A., Morere, D.A., & Geer, L.C. (2013). Establishment of a phonemic clustering system for American Sign Language. Sign Language Studies, 14 (1), 21-36.
Establishment Of A Phonemic Clustering System For American Sign Language
Witkin, G.A., Morere, D.A. & Geer, L.D. (2013). Establishment of a phonemic clustering system for American Sign Language. Sign Language Studies, 14(1), pp. 21-38.
The gestures ASL signers tell us when they are ready to learn math
Goldin-Meadow, S., Lenzen, D, Shield, A., Herzig, M., & Padden, C. (June 2012). The gestures ASL signers tell us when they are ready to learn math. Cognition, 123(3): 448-453.
The implications of bimodal bilingual approaches for children with cochlear implants. (Research Brief No. 6)
Visual Language and Visual Learning Science of Learning Center. (2012, June). The implications of bimodal bilingual approaches for children with cochlear implants. (Research Brief No. 6). Washington, D.C.: Julie Mitchiner, Debra Nussbaum, & Susanne Scott.
The benefits of bilingualism (Research Brief No. 7)
Visual Language and Visual Learning Science of Learning Center. (2012, June). The benefits of bilingualism (Research Brief No. 7). Washington, DC: Sarah Fish & Jill P. Morford.
ASL/English bilingual education (Research Brief No. 8)
Visual Language and Visual Learning Science of Learning Center. (2012, June). ASL/English bilingual education (Research Brief No. 8). Washington, DC: Maribel Gárate.
Eye gaze and joint attention (Research Brief No. 5)
Visual Language and Visual Learning Science of Learning Center. (2012, June). Eye gaze and joint attention (Research Brief No. 5). Washington, DC: Amy M. Lieberman.
Underlying neurocognitive and achievement factors and their relationship to student background characteristics, In D. A. Morere & T. E. Allen (Eds.)
Allen, T.E. & Morere. D.A. (2012). Underlying neurocognitive and achievement factors and their relationship to student background characteristics, In D. A. Morere & T. E. Allen (Eds.). Assessing literacy in deaf individuals: neurocognitive measurement and predictors, pp. 231-262. New York: Springer.
The VL2 Toolkit Psychometric Study: Summary of procedures and description of sample characteristics. In D. A. Morere & T. E. Allen (Eds.)
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Skilled deaf readers have an enhanced perceptual span in reading
Bélanger, N. N., Slattery, T. J., Mayberry, R. I., & Rayner, K. (2012). Skilled deaf readers have an enhanced perceptual span in reading. Psychological Science, 23(7), 816-823.
Effects Of Spatial Attention On Motion Discrimination Are Greater In The Left Than Right Visual Field
Bosworth, R. G., Petrich, J. A., & Dobkins, K. R. (2012). Effects of spatial attention on motion discrimination are greater in the left than right visual field. Vision Res, 52(1), 11-19.
A systematic developmental skill-oriented investigation of poor and proficient deaf readers from different countries
Clark, M. D., Musyoka, M., Hauser, P., Israel, E., Miller, P., Rathmann, C., Kargin, T., & Guldenoglu, B. (2012, February). A systematic developmental skill-oriented investigation of poor and proficient deaf readers from different countries. Poster presented at the Association for College Educators -- Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Jacksonville, FL.
Exploring perceptual processing of ASL and human actions: Effects of inversion and repetition priming
Corina, D.P & Grosvald, M. (2012). Exploring perceptual processing of ASL and human actions: Effects of inversion and repetition priming. Cognition, 122(3), 330–345.
Handshape monitoring: Evaluation of linguistic and perceptual factors in the processing of American Sign Language
Corina, D.P & Grosvald, M. Lachaud, C. (2012). Handshape monitoring: Evaluation of linguistic and perceptual factors in the processing of American Sign Language, 27(1), pp. 117-141.
Visual language training to enhance literacy development
Enns, C. J., & McQuarrie, L. (2012, June). Visual language training to enhance literacy development. Poster presented at the 2012 National Science Foundation (NSF) Science of Learning Center on Visual Language and Visual Learning (VL2) NSF Site Review. Washington, DC.
The “Toolkit Project”: Introduction. In D. A. Morere & T. E. Allen (Eds.)
Halper, E., Allen, T. E. & Morere. D. A. (2012). The “Toolkit Project”: Introduction. In D. A. Morere & T. E. Allen (Eds.). Assessing literacy in deaf individuals: neurocognitive measurement and predictors, pp. 3-19. New York: Springer.
Differences in word processing skills of deaf and hearing individuals reading in different orthographies
Kargin, T., Guldenoglu, B., Miller, P., Hauser, P., Rathmann, C., Kubus, O., & Spurgeon, E. (2012). Differences in word processing skills of deaf and hearing individuals reading in different orthographies. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities, 24, 65-83.
VL2 Storybook Apps: Interactive and Bilingual!
Malzkuhn, M. (2012). VL2 Storybook Apps: Interactive and Bilingual! Retrieved from http://vl2storybookapps.com
Deaf epistemologies: The juggling of two worlds (pp. 45-61). In P. Paul & D. Moores (Eds.)
McKee, M. M., & Hauser, P. C. (2012). Deaf epistemologies: The juggling of two worlds (pp. 45-61). In P. Paul & D. Moores (Eds.), Deaf Epistemologies. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.
Factors Distinguishing Skilled And Less Skilled Deaf Readers: Evidence From Four Orthographies
Miller, P., Kargin, T., Guldenoglu, I. B., Hauser, P., Rathmann, C., Kubus, O., & Superegon, E. (July, 2011). Factors Distinguishing Skilled and Less Skilled Deaf Readers: Evidence from Four Orthographies. 18th International Conference on Learning. Port Louis, Mauritius.
Assessing Literacy in Deaf Individuals: Neurocognitive Measurement and Predictors
Morere, D.A. & Allen, T.E., Editors (2012). Assessing Literacy in Deaf Individuals: Neurocognitive Measurement and Predictors. New York: Springer.
Measures of receptive language, In D. A. Morere & T. E. Allen (Eds.). Assessing literacy in deaf individuals: neurocognitive measurement and predictors, pp. 159-178
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Measures of writing, math, and general academic knowledge, In In D. A. Morere & T. E. Allen (Eds.). Assessing literacy in deaf individuals: neurocognitive measurement and predictors, pp. 127-137
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Measures of memory and learning, In D. A. Morere & T. E. Allen (Eds.). Assessing literacy in deaf individuals: neurocognitive measurement and predictors, pp. 75-104
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Measures of reading achievement, In D. A. Morere & T. E. Allen (Eds.). Assessing literacy in deaf individuals: neurocognitive measurement and predictors, pp. 107-126
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Assessing literacy in deaf individuals: neurocognitive measurement and predictors, pp. 179-189
Morere, D.A. (2012). Fingerspelling. In D. A. Morere & T. E. Allen (Eds.). Assessing literacy in deaf individuals: neurocognitive measurement and predictors, pp. 179-189. New York: Springer.
Measures of expressive language, In D. A. Morere & T. E. Allen (Eds.). Assessing literacy in deaf individuals: neurocognitive measurement and predictors, pp. 141-157
Morere, D.A. , Witkin, G. & Murphy, L. (2012). Measures of expressive language, In D. A. Morere & T. E. Allen (Eds.). Assessing literacy in deaf individuals: neurocognitive measurement and predictors, pp. 141-157. New York: Springer.
Measures of general cognitive functioning. In D. A. Morere & T. E. Allen (Eds.). Assessing literacy in deaf individuals: neurocognitive measurement and predictors, pp. 39-58
Morere, D.A., Goodman, E., Hanumantha, S. & Allen, T.E. (2012). Measures of general cognitive functioning. In D. A. Morere & T. E. Allen (Eds.). Assessing literacy in deaf individuals: neurocognitive measurement and predictors, pp. 39-58. New York: Springer.
Measures of visuospatial ability. In D. A. Morere & T. E. Allen (Eds.). Assessing literacy in deaf individuals: neurocognitive measurement and predictors, pp. 59-73
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Issues and trends in sign language assessment. In D. Morere & T. Allen (Eds.)
Paludnevicience, R., Hauser, P. C., Daggett, D., & Kurz, K. B. (2012). Issues and trends in sign language assessment. In D. Morere & T. Allen (Eds.), Measuring literacy and its neurocognitive predictors among deaf individuals: An assessment toolkit. New York: Springer.
The “Perceptual Wedge” hypothesis as the basis for bilingual babies’ phonetic processing advantage: New insights from fNIRS brain imaging
Petitto, L.-A., Berens, M. S., Kovelman, I., Dubins, M. H., Jasińska, K., & Shalinsky, M. (2012). The “Perceptual Wedge” hypothesis as the basis for bilingual babies’ phonetic processing advantage: New insights from fNIRS brain imaging. Brain and Language. 121(2), 142-155.
Deaf friendly research? Toward ethical practice in research involving deaf participants
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Signing while driving: An investigation of divided attention resources among deaf drivers
Zodda, J. J., Nelson Schmitt, S. S., Crisologo, A. E., Plotkin, R. M., Yates, M. T., Witkin, G. A., & Hall, W. C. (2012). Signing while driving: An investigation of divided attention resources among deaf drivers. JADARA, 45, 314-329.
Eye Movements and the Perceptual Span in Deaf Readers
Belanger, N.N. and Rayner, K. (November, 2011) Eye Movements and the Perceptual Span in Deaf Readers, Paper presented at the Visual Language Summit, Center for Mind and Brain, University of California, Davis.
Learners discrimination of linguistic contracts in American Sign Language
Bochner, J. H., Christie, K., Hauser, P. C., & Searls, J. M. (2011). Learners discrimination of linguistic contracts in American Sign Language. Language Learning, 61, 1302-1327.
The Effects Of American Sign Language As An Assessment Accommodation For Students Who Are Deaf Of Hard Of Hearing
Cawthon, S., Winton, S., Garberoglio, C.L., & Gobble, M. (2011). The effects of American Sign Language as an assessment accommodation for students who are Deaf of Hard of Hearing. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 16, 198-211.
Morphological Knowledge and Decoding Skills of Deaf Readers
Clark, M. D., Gilbert, G., & Anderson, M. (2011). Morphological knowledge and decoding skills of deaf readers. Psychology, 2, 109-116.
Evaluating mirror neuron systems accounts of human language: Evidence from ASL
Corina, D. (2011). Evaluating mirror neuron systems accounts of human language: Evidence from ASL. Deaf Studies Digital Journal, 2, http://dsdj.gallaudet.edu/
Perceptual invariance or orientation specificity in American Sign Language? Evidence from repetition priming for signs and gesture
Corina, D.P & Grosvald, M. Lachaud, C. (2011). Perceptual invariance or orientation specificity in American Sign Language? Evidence from repetition priming for signs and gesture. Language and Cognitive Processes, 26 (8) pp. 1102-1135.
Language Representation for American Sign Language: Data from Implicit Sign Recognition
Corina, D.P., Lawyer, L., Hirshorn, E., Mendoza, M., Williams, D., & Hauser, P. (2011, November). Language Representation for American Sign Language: Data from Implicit Sign Recognition. Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Annapolis MD.
Processing Orthographic Structure: Associations Between Print And Fingerspelling
Emmorey, K., & Petrich, J. (2011). Processing orthographic structure: Associations between print and fingerspelling. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education.
Adapting Assessing British Sign Language Development: Receptive Skills Test For Use In American Sign Language
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Deaf Individuals’ Bilingual Abilities: American Sign Language Proficiency, Reading Skills, And Family Characteristics
Freel, B. L. Clark, M. D., Anderson, M. L., Gilbert, G., Musyoka, M. M., & Hauser, P.C. (2011). Deaf individuals’ bilingual abilities: American Sign Language proficiency, reading skills, and family characteristics. Psychology, 2, 18-23.
Deaf Epistemology: Deafhood And Deafness
Hauser, P.C., O' Hearn, A., Mckee, M., Steider, A., & Thew, D. (2011). Deaf epistemology: Deafhood and deafness. American Annals of the Deaf, 154(5), 486-492.
The Development Of Eye Gaze Control For Linguistic Input In Deaf Children
Lieberman, A. M., Hatrak, M., & Mayberry, R. I. (2011). The development of eye gaze control for linguistic input in deaf children. In N. Danis, K. Mesh, & H. Sung (Eds.), Proceedings of the 35th Boston University Conference on Language Development, pp.391-403. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.
Reading Achievement In Relation To Phonological Coding And Awareness In Deaf Readers: A Meta-analysis
Mayberry, R. I., Del Giudice, A., & Lieberman, Al. (2011). Reading achievement in relation to phonological coding and awareness in deaf readers: A meta-analysis. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 16(2), 164-188.
When Deaf Signers Read English: Do Written Words Activate Their Sign Translations?
Morford, J. P., Wilkinson, E., Villwock, A., Pinar, P. & Kroll, J. F. (2011). When deaf signers read English: Do written words activate their sign translations? Cognition, 118(2), 286-292.
Deaf Readers As Bilinguals: An Examination Of Deaf Readers Print Comprehension In Light Of Current Advances In Bilingualism And Second Language Processing
Piñar, P., Dussias, P. E., & Morford, J. P. (2011). Deaf readers as bilinguals: An examination of deaf readers’ print comprehension in light of current advances in bilingualism and second language processing. Language and Linguistics Compass, 5 (10), 691 – 704.
A Combined FMRI Study Of Typed Spelling And Reading
Purcell, J., Napoliello, E.M., & Eden, G.F. (2011). A combined fMRI study of typed spelling and reading. Neuroimage, 55(2), 750-762.
Examining The Central And Peripheral Processes Of Written Word Production Through Meta-analysis
Purcell JJ, Rapp B., Turkeltaub PE, Eden GF. (2011). Examining the central and peripheral processes of written word production through meta-analysis. Human Brain Mapping, Quebec City, Canada.
Fingerspelling As A Phonological Code For Deaf And Hard-of-hearing Students
Schwartz, L., Schick, B., Whitney, A., Coady, J. (November, 2011). Fingerspelling as a phonological code for deaf and hard-of-hearing students. American Speech Language & Hearing Association, San Diego, CA.
Deaf Students and Their Classroom Communication: An Evaluation of Higher Order Categorical Interactions Among School and Background Characteristics
Allen, T.E., & Anderson, M. L. (2010). Deaf students and their classroom communication: An evaluation of higher-order categorical interactions among school and background characteristics. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 15(4), 334-337.
Remote tutoring of deaf and hard of hearing students using video based and web based technologies
Baker, S. (2010). Remote tutoring of deaf and hard of hearing students using video based and web based technologies. Journal of Technology in Deaf Education, 1(1).
Ethical assessment approaches: What is Out There and What Do We Need? In K. Christensen, Seeing Clearly: Ethics in Education of Deaf Learners
Herzig, M. & Krumdick, K. (2010). Ethical assessment approaches: What is Out There and What Do We Need? In K. Christensen, Seeing Clearly: Ethics in Education of Deaf Learners. Washington D.C.: Gallaudet Press.
The Impact Of Culture, Family Characteristic, Reading Experiences, And Educational Level On Black Deaf Individuals' Reading Skills
Myers, C., Clark, M. D., Gilbert, G., Musyoka, M. M., Anderson, M., Agyen, S., & Hauser, P.C. (2010). The impact of culture, family characteristic, reading experiences, and educational level on black deaf individuals' reading skills. American Annals of the Deaf, 155, 449-457.
The Role Of Word Order In The Interpretation Of Canonical And Non-canonical Graphic Symbol Utterances: A Developmental Study
Trudeau, N., Morford, J. P., & Sutton, A. (2010). The role of word order in the interpretation of canonical and non-canonical graphic symbol utterances: A developmental study. Augmentative and Alternative communication, 26(2), 108-121.
Strategies In Construction And Interpretation Of Graphic-Symbol Sequences By Individuals Who Use AAC Systems
Trudeau, N., Sutton, A., Morford, J., Cote-Giroux, P., & Pauze, A.M. (2010). Strategies in construction and interpretation of graphic symbol utterances by individuals with disabilities who use AAC systems. Augmentative and Alternative communication, 26(4), 299-312.
Phonology and reading: A response to Wang, Trezek, Luckner, and Paul.
Allen, T.E., Clark, M.D., Del Guidice, A., Koo, D., Lieberman, A., Mayberry, R., & Miller, P. (2009). Phonology and reading: A response to Wang, Trezek, Luckner, and Paul. American Annals of the Deaf, 154(4), 338-345.
Developmental social cognitive neuroscience: Insights from deafness
Corina, D., & Singleton, J. (2009). Developmental social cognitive neuroscience: Insights from deafness. Child development, 80(4), 952-967.
The Roots Of Linguistic Organization In A New Language
Aronoff, M., Meir, I., Padden, C. & Sandler, W. (2008). The roots of linguistic organization in a new language. Interaction Studies: Special Issue on Holophrasis, Compositionality and Protolanguage, 9(1), 131-150.
Encoding, Rehearsal And Recall In Signers And Speakers: Shared Network But Differential Engagement
Bavelier, D., Newman, A., Mukherjee, M., Hauser, P., Kemeny, S., Braun, A., & Boutla, M. (2008). Encoding, rehearsal and recall in signers and speakers: Shared network but differential engagement. Cerebral Cortex.
Visual Skills And Cross-modal Plasticity In Deaf Readers: Possible Implications For Acquiring Meaning From Print
Dye, M. W. G., Hauser, P.C., & Bavelier, D. (2008). Visual skills and cross-modal plasticity in deaf readers: Possible implications for acquiring meaning from print. New York Annals of Science.
Enactment as a communicative strategy: A comparison between English co-speech gesture and American Sign Language.
Quinto-Pozos, D., & Parrill, F. (2008). Enactment as a communicative strategy: A comparison between English co-speech gesture and American Sign Language. Comparison of Signed and Spoken Languages. Bamberg, Germany.
Neural correlates of human action observation in hearing and deaf subjects
Corina, D.P., Chiu, Y.S., Knapp, H., Greenwald, R., San-Jose-Robertson, L., & Braun, A. (2007). Neural correlates of human action observation in hearing and deaf subjects. Brain Res. 4; 1152: 111-29.
Construction Of Graphic Symbol Utterances By Children, Teenagers And Aunts: The Impact Of Structure And Task Demands
Trudeau, N., Sutton, A., Dagenais, E., De Broeck, S. & Morford, J. P. (2007). Construction of graphic symbol utterances by children, teenagers and aunts: The impact of structure and task demands. Journal of speech, Language and Hearing Research, 50, 1314-1329.
Do deaf individuals see better?
Bavelier, D., Dye, M.W.G., & Hauser, P.C. (2006). Do deaf individuals see better? Trends in Cognitive Science, 10, 512-518.
Current Advances in ASL Assessment
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Welcome to ASL lexicon
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What Eye Movements Reveal about Deaf Readers
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Location, Location, Location
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Lexical processing in different orthographies: An investigation of hearing, deaf and dyslexic children
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Signed language and human action processing: Evidence for functional constraints on the human mirror neuron system
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Language in our hands: Neural underpinnings of sign language and co-speech gesture
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The syntax-pragmatic interface: Attachment preferences revisited. In R. Di Matteo & L. Tommasi (Eds.), Cross-Linguistic Perspectives on Language Processing
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Reliability and validity of the BRIEF-A for assessing deaf college students’ executive function
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Early language experience has a long-lasting impact on the neural basis of theory of mind
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Iconicity is in the eye of the beholder: How language experience affects perceived iconicity
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"Tools for language: Patterned iconicity in sign language nouns and verbs."
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When a language is underspecified for particular linguistic features: Spanish-ASL-English interpreters’ decisions in mock VRS calls
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Sonority in Lexicalized Fingerspelling: Perception Studies With Infants and Adults
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Evidence for priming across intervening sentences during on-line sentence comprehension
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The Role of the Putative Mirror Neuron System in Language Comprehension
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Syntactic Priming During Sentence Comprehension: Evidence for the Lexical Boost
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Educational production: The Baobab, The Blue Lobster, The Solar System and ASL Nursery Rhymes
Educational production: The Baobab, The Blue Lobster, The Solar System and ASL Nursery Rhymes
Gallaudet University: Curricula and courses for an interdisciplinary PhD program in Educational Neuroscience, to launch fall 2013
Gallaudet University: Curricula and courses for an interdisciplinary PhD program in Educational Neuroscience, to launch fall 2013