Center Papers

Allen & Anderson (2010)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Allen & Enns (2013)

Allen, T. E. & Enns, C. J. (2013). A Psychometric study of the ASL Receptive Skills Test when administered to deaf 3-, 4-, and 5-year old children. Sign Language Studies 14(1), 58-79. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Allen, Letteri, Choi & Dang (2014)

Allen, T. E., Letteri, A., Choi, S. H., & Dang, D. (2014). Early visual language exposure and emergent literacy in preschool deaf children: Findings from a national longitudinal study. American Annals of the Deaf, 159(4), 346-358. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Andrews Byrne & Clark (2015)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Allen, Emmorey, Bruss & Damasio (2013)

Allen, J.S., Emmorey, K., Bruss, J., & Damasio, H. (2013). Neuroanatomical differences in visual, motor, and language cortices between congenitally deaf signers, hearing signers, and hearing non-signers. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy, 7(26), doi: 10.3389/fnana.2013.00026. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Anderson & Najavitis (2014)

Anderson, M. L., & Najavits, L. M. (2014). Does seeking safety reduce PTSD symptoms in women receiving physical disability compensation? Rehabilitation Psychology, 59(3), 349-353. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Anderson & Pezzarossi (2013)

Anderson, M. L., & Pezzarossi, C. M. K. (2013). Violence against deaf women: Effect of partner hearing status. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 19(3), 411-421. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Anderson, Ziedonis & Najavits (2014)

Anderson, M. L.,Ziedonis, D. M., & Najavits, L. M. (2014). Postttraumatic stress disorder and substance use disorder comorbidity among individuals with physical disabilities: Findings from the national comorbidity survey replication. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 27, 182-191. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Andrews & Wang (2015)

Andrews, J. F., & Wang, Y. (2015). The qualitative similarity hypothesis: Research synthesis and future directions. American Annals of the Deaf, 159(9), 468-483. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Aronoff, Meir, Padden & Sandler (2008)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Behrmann & Plaut (2013)

Behrmann, M., and Plaut, D.C. (2013). Distributed circuits, not circumscribed centers, mediate visual cognition. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 17, 210-219. doi:10.1016/j.tics.2013.03.007 ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Baker (2010)

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). ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Bavelier, Dye & Hauser (2006)

Bavelier, D., Dye, M.W.G., & Hauser, P.C. (2006). Do deaf individuals see better? Trends in Cognitive Science, 10, 512-518. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Bavelier. Newman, Mukherjee, Hauser, Kemeny, Braun & Boutla (2008)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Belanger & Rayner (2013)

Bélanger, N.N., & Rayner, K. (2013). Frequency and predictability effects in eye fixations for skilled and less-skilled deaf readers. Visual Cognition, 21(4), 477-497. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Belanger & Rayner (2011)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Belanger, Mayberry & Rayner (2013)

Bélanger, N.N., Mayberry, R. I. & Rayner, K. (2013). Orthographic and phonological preview benefits: Parafoveal processing in skilled and less-skilled deaf readers. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 66(11), 2237-2252. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Bochner, Christie, Hauser & Searls (2011)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Bosworth, Farkas & Dobkins (2012)

Bosworth, R.G., Farkas, C. & Dobkins, KR. (2012). Do Infants Demonstrate Perceptual Learning? Vision Science Society, Naples, Florida. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Bosworth, Petrich & Dobkins (2013)

Bosworth, R. G., Petrich, JAF, & Dobkins, K. R. (2013). Effects of attention and laterality on motion and orientation discrimination in deaf signers. Brain & Cognition, 82(1), 117-126. doi: 10.1016/j.bandc.2013.01.006 ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Bosworth, Petrich and Dobkins (2012)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Boudewyn, Zirnstein, Swaab & Traxler (2014)

Boudewyn, M.A., Zirnstein, M., Swaab, T.Y., & Traxler, M.J. (2014). Priming prepositional phrase attachment: Evidence from eye-tracking and ERPs. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Braun & Enns (2013)

Braun, S. & Enns, C. J. (2013). Unseen threads: Weaving the stories between teacher beliefs and classroom practice. In Lutfiyya, Z. & VanWalleghem, J. (Eds.) MERN Monograph on Inclusive Special Education. Winnipeg, MB. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Brown, Mainard, Byrnes, Clark, Agyen, Musyoka, Baker-Ward & Morris (2011)

Brown, B. T., Mainard, H., Byrnes, S., Clark, M. D., Agyen, S., Musyoka, M., Baker-Ward, L., & Morris, G. (May, 2011). Gender Differences in the Earliest Memories of Deaf College Students. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, DC. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Carlson, Morford, Shaffer & Wilcox (2010)

Carlson, M., Morford, J. P., Shaffer, B. & Wilcox, P.P. (2010). Educational linguistics of deaf education. In F. M. Hult (Ed.), Directions and Prospects for Educational Linguistics, pp. 99-115. Dordrecht: Springer Verlag. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Carreiras, Gutierrez-Sigut, Baquero, & Corina (2007)

Carreiras, M., Gutierrez-Sigut, E., Baquero, S., & Corina, D. (2007). Lexical processing in Spanish Sign Language (LSE). Journal of Memory and Languages. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Caselli & Cohen-Goldberg (2014)

Caselli, N. K., & Cohen-Goldberg, A. M. (2014). Lexical access in sign language: a computational model. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 1-11. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Cawthon, Winton, Garberoglio & Gobble (2011)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Clark, Baker, Choi & Allen (2013)

Clark, D.M., Baker, S., Choi, S.H., & Allen, T.E., (2013). The Beliefs and Attitudes about Deaf Education (BADE) Scale: A Tool for Accessing the Dispositions of Parents and Educators, Psychology, 4 (12), 1030-1038. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Clark, Gilbert & Anderson (2011)

Clark, M. D., Gilbert, G., & Anderson, M. (2011). Morphological knowledge and decoding skills of deaf readers. Psychology, 2, 109-116. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Clark, Hauser, Miller, Kargin, Rathmann, Guldenoglu, Kubus & Israel (in press)

Clark, D. M., Hauser, P. C., Miller, P., Kargin, T., Rathmann, C., Guldenoglu, B., Kubus, O., & Israel, E. (in press). Lexical processing in different orthographies: An investigation of hearing, deaf and dyslexic children. Reading and Writing Quarterly. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Clark, Musyoka, Hauser, Israel, Miller, Rathmann, Kargin & Guldenoglu (2012)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Corina (in press)

Corina, D.P. (in press). Disorders of Sign Language. International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Second Edition. Elsevier Ltd. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Corina (2011)

Corina, D. (2011). Evaluating mirror neuron systems accounts of human language: Evidence from ASL. Deaf Studies Digital Journal, 2, ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Corina & Grosvold (2012)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Corina, Grosvald & Lachaud (2012)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Corina, Grosvald & Lachaud (2011)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Corina, Gutierrez, & Grosvald (2014)

Corina, D. P. Gutierrez, E. & Grosvald, M. (2014). Sign Language Production: An Overview. In Ferreira, V., Goldrick, M., & Miozzo, M. T. (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of language production. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Corina, Lawyer, Hauser & Hirshon (2013)

Corina, D. P., Lawyer, L. A., Hauser, P. C., & Hirshorn, E. (2013). Lexical processing in deaf readers: An fMRI investigation of reading proficiency. Public Library of Science ONE, 8(1), e54696. DOI:10.137/journal.pone.0054696 ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Corina, Chiu, Knapp, Greenwald, San-Jose-Robertson, & Braun (2007)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Corina & Knapp (in press)

Corina, D. P. & Knapp, H.K. (in press). Neurobiology of signed languages. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Language Sciences. Edited by Patrick Colm Hogan. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Corina & Knapp (in press)

Corina, D.P., & Knapp, H.K. (in press). Signed language and human action processing: Evidence for functional constraints on the human mirror neuron system. Neural basis of skill acquisition, reading, and dyslexia. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Corina, Lawyer, Hirshorn, Mendoza, Williams & Hauser (2011)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Dundas, Plaut & Behrmann (2013)

Dundas, E., Plaut, D.C., and Behrmann, M. (2013). The joint development of hemispheric lateralization for words and faces. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 142, 348-358. doi:10.1037/a0029503 ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Dye (2011)

Dye, M.W.G. (2011). Sign language processing. To appear in R. Pfau, M. Steinbach & B. Woll (Eds), Sign Language: An International Handbook. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Dye & Bavelier (2010)

Dye, M. W. G., & Bavelier, D. (2010).Attentional enhancements and deficits in deaf populations: An integrative review. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience. Special Issue on Development and Plasticity of Multisensory Functions, 28(2), 181-192. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Dye & Hauser (2014)

Dye, M. W. G., & Hauser, P. C. (2014). Sustained attention, selective attention, and cognitive control in deaf and hearing children. Hearing Research, 309, 94-102. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Dye, Hauser & Bavelier (2008)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Emmorey (2014)

Emmorey, K. (2014). Iconicity as structure-mapping. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Emmorey (2013)

Emmorey, K. (2013). The neurobiology of sign language and the mirror system hypothesis. Language and Cognition, 5(2–3), 205-210. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Emmorey (2011)

Emmorey, K. (2011, November). The cognitive neuroscience of reading: Associations between print and fingerspelling. Paper presented at the Visual Language Summit, Davis, CA. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Emmorey & Petrich (2011)

Emmorey, K., & Petrich, J. (2011). Processing orthographic structure: Associations between print and fingerspelling. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education. doi:10.1093/deafed/enr051 ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Emmorey, McCullough, Mehta, Ponto & Grabowski (2013)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Emmorey, Petrich & Gollan (2013)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Emmorey, Weisberg, McCullough & Petrich (2013)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Enns & Herman (2011)

Enns, C. J. & Herman, R. C. (2011). Adapting Assessing British Sign Language Development: Receptive Skills Test for use in American Sign Language. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, doi: 10.1093/deafed/enr004. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Evans, Flowers, Napoliello & Eden (2013)

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. doi:10.1007/s00429-013-0552-4 ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Freel, Clark, Anderson, Gilbert, Musyoka & Hauser (2011)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Guldenoglu, Miller, Kargin, Hauser, Rathman, Kubus & Spurgeon (2013)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Harmon (2010)

Harmon, K. (2010). Addressing deafness: From hearing loss to deaf gain. The Profession, 124-130. New York, NY: The Modern Language Association Press. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Harmon & Nelson (in press)

Harmon, K. & Nelson, J. (in press). Deaf Papers: Contemporary Deaf American Prose. Washington D.C.: Gallaudet University Press. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Hauser (2011)

Hauser, P. C. (2011). Deaf eyes: Visual learning and Deaf gain. Deaf Studies Digital Journal, 2, ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Hauser, Cohen, Dye, & Bavelier (2007)

Hauser, P. C., Cohen, J., Dye, M. W. G., & Bavelier, D. (2007). Visual constructive and visual-motor skills in Deaf native signers. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 12, 148-157. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Hauser, Dye, Boutla, Green, & Bavelier (2007)

Hauser, O. C., Dye, M. W. G., Boutla, M., Green, C.S, & Bavelier, D. (2007). Deafness and visual enumeration: Not all aspects of attention are modified by deafness. Brain Resarch, 1153, 178-187. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Hauser, Lukomski & Samar (2013)

Hauser, P. C., Lukomski, J., & Samar, V. (2013). Reliability and validity of the BRIEF-A for assessing deaf college students’ executive function. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 31, 363-374. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Hauser, O' Hearn, McKee, Steider & Thew (2011)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Jamal, Piche, Napoliello, Perfett & Eden

Jamal, N. I., Pichie, A.W., Napoliello, E.M, Perfett, C.A., & Eden, G.F. (2012). Neural basis of single-word reading in Spanish-English bilinguals. Human Brain Mapping. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Jasinska & Petito (2013)

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. doi: 10.1016/j.dcn.2013.06.005 ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Kargin, Guldenoglu, Miller, Hauser, Rathmann, Kubus, & Superegon (2012)

Kargin, T., Guldenoglu, I. B., Miller, P., Hauser, P., Rathmann, C., Kubus, O., & Superegon, E. (2012). Investigation of the Differences in the Word Processing Skills between Deaf and Hearing Readers: Reading in Different Orthographies. Journal of Development and Physical Disabilities. xx, 1-19. DOI: 10.1007/s10882-011-9255-z ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Knapp, & Corina (in press).

Knapp, H. K., & Corina, D. P. (in press). Cognitive and Neural Representations of Language: Insights from Signed Languages of the Deaf in Signs and Voices. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Koo, Crain, LaSasso & Eden (2008)

Koo, D., Crain, K., LaSasso, C., & Eden, G. (2008). Phonological awareness and short-term memory in hearing and deaf individuals of different communication backgrounds. Annals of the New York Academy of Science. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Krentz & Corina (in press).

Krentz, U., & Corina, D. P. (in press). Infant perception of American Sign Language and non-linguistic biological motion: The language instinct is not speech specific. Developmental Science. _____________________________________________________________________________________________

Kovelman, Berens & Petito (2013)

Kovelman, I., Berens, M. & Petito, L.A., (2013 February 11,) “Should Bilingual children learn reading in two languages at the same time or in sequence? Evidence of a bilingual reading advantage in children in bilingual schools from monolingual English-only homes.” Bilingual Research Journal. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Kubus, Villwock, Morford & Rathmann (2014)

Kubuş, O., Villwock, A., Morford, J. P., & Rathmann, C. (2014). Word recognition in deaf readers: Cross-language activation of German Sign Language and German. Applied Psycholinguistics, doi:10.1017/S0142716413000520. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Kuntze (in press)

Kuntze, L. (in press). Toward a new framework for analyzing ASL vocabulary development: Taking polymorphic signs into consideration. Proceedings from Boston University Conference on Language Development 35. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Kuntze, Golos & Enns (2014)

Kuntze, M., Golos, D., & Enns, C. (2014). Rethinking literacy: Broadening opportunities for visual learners. Sign Language Studies, 14(2), 203-224. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Lieberman, Hatrak & Mayberry (2011)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Listman, Rogers & Hauser (in press)

Listman, J. D., Rogers, K. D., & Hauser, P. C. (in press). Community Cultural Wealth and Deaf Adolescents' Resilience. In D. Z. and K. Peirece (Eds.), Risk and resilience: Adaptation in the context of being deaf. New York: Springer. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Liu Liu & Andrews (2014)

Liu, H. T., Liu, C. J., Andrews, J. F. (2014). Literacy and deaf students in Taiwan: Issues, practices and directions for future research: Part I. Deafness & Education International, 16(1), 2-22. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Liu Liu & Andrews (2014) Part II

Liu, H. T., Liu, C. J., Andrews, J. F. (2014). Literacy and deaf students in Taiwan: Issues, practices and directions for future research: Part II. Deafness & Education International, 16(1), 23-36. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Malzkuhn & Herzig (2013)

Malzkuhn, M. & Herzig, M. (2013, December). Bilingual storybook app designed for deaf children based on research principles. International Journal of Advanced Computer Science, 3(12), 631-635. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Malzkuhn (2011)

Malzkuhn, Melissa. Academic Publishing in Sign Language: Deaf Studies Digital Journal. SIGN 5 Conference, Ankara, Turkey, October 2011. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Marshark & Hauser (2011)

Marsharck, M. & Hauser, P.C. (2011). How deaf children learn: What parents and teachers need to know. New York: Oxford University Press. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Mayberry, Del Guidice, & Lieberman (2011)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

McQuarrie & Abbott (2013)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

McQuarrie, Abbott & Spady (2012)

McQuarrie, L., Abbott, M., & Spady, S. (2012). American Sign Language Phonological Awareness: Test Development and Design. Proceedings of the 10th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, (pp. 1-17), Honolulu, Hawaii. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

McQuarrie & Parrila (2014)

McQuarrie, L., & Parrila, R. (2014). Literacy and linguistic development in bilingual deaf children: Implications of the "and" for phonological processing. American Annals of the Deaf, 159(4), 372-384. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Meir, Padden, Aronoff, & Sandler (2007)

Meir, I., Padden, C., Aronoff, M., & Sandler, W. (2007). Body as subject. Journal of Linguistics, 43, 531-563. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Miller & Clark (2011)

Miller, P., & Clark, M.D.(2011). Phonemic awareness is not necessary to become a skilled deaf reader. Journal of Developmental and Physical disabilities. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Miller, Kargin, Guldenoglu, Hauser, Rathmann, Kubus & Superegon (2011)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Morford & Carlson (2011)

Morford, J. P. & Carlson, M. L. (2011). Sign perception and recognition in non-native signers of ASL, Language Learning & Development, 7 (2), 149 – 168. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Morford & Hanel-Faulhaber (2011)

Morford, J. P. & Hänel-Faulhaber, B. (2011). Homesigners as late learners: Connecting the dots from delayed acquisition in childhood to sign language processing in adulthood. Language and Linguistics Compass, 5 (8), 525–537. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Morford, Kroll, Pinar & Wilkinson (2014)

Morford, J. P, Kroll, J. F., Piñar, P., and Wilkinson, E. (2014). Bilingual word recognition in deaf and hearing signers: Effects of proficiency and language dominance on cross-language activation. Second Language Research. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Morford, Staley & Burns (2010)

Morford, J. P., Staley, K. & Burns, B. (2010). Seeing signs: Language experience and handshape perception. Deaf Studies Digital Journal, 2, ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Morford, Wilkinson, Pinar & Kroll (2011)

Morford, J. P., Wilkinson, E., Piñar, P. & Kroll, J. F. (2011, March). Effects of L2 proficiency on cross-language activation in deaf bilinguals. Paper presented at the SRCD Preconference on the Development of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children, Montreal. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Morford, Wilkinson, Villwock, Pinar & Kroll (2011)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Morere (2013)

Morere, D.A. (2013). Methodological issues associated with sign-based neuropsychological assessment. Sign Language Studies, 14(1), pp. 8-20. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Morere (2013b)

Morere, D.A. (2013b ). The Signed Verbal Learning Test: Assessing verbal memory of deaf signers. Sign Language Studies, 14(1), pp. 39-57. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Myers, Clark, Gilbert, Musyoka, Anderson, Agyen, & Hauser (2010)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Nestor, Plaut & Behrmann (2013)

Nestor, A., Plaut, D.C., and Behrmann, M. (2013). Face space architectures: Evidence for the use of independent color-based features. Psychological Science, 24, 1294-1300. doi:10.1177/0956797612464889 ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Nicodemus & Emmorey (2013)

Nicodemus, B., & Emmorey, K. (2013). Direction asymmetries in spoken and signed language interpreting. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 16(3), 624-636. doi:10.1017/S13667289I2000521 ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Olulade, Koo, LaSasso & Eden (2014)

Olulade, O. A., Koo, D. S., LaSasso, C. J., & Eden, G. F. (2014 April,16). Neuroanatomical Profiles of Deafness in the Context of Native Language Experience. Journal of Neuroscience, 34(16). ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Orr & Plaut (2014)

Orr, M.G. and Plaut, D.C. (2014). Complex adaptive systems and health behavior change: Insights from cognitive science. American Journal of Health Behavior, 38, 404-413. doi:10.5993/AJHB.38.3.9 ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Orr, Thrush & Plaut (2013)

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. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0062490 ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Pinar, Dussias & Morford (2011)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Pinar, Dussias, Morford & Carlon (2011)

Pinar, P., Dussias, P.E, Morford, J.P., and Carlon, M. (2011). Contextualizing the reading patterns of deaf individuals within studies on bilingual sentence processing. Paper presented at the 8th International Symposium on Biligualism, June 15018. University of Oslo, Norway. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Purcell, Napoliello & Eden (2011)

Purcell, J., Napoliello, E.M., & Eden, G.F. (2011). A combined fMRI study of typed spelling and reading. Neuroimage, 55(2), 750-762. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Purcell, Rapp, Turkeltaub & Eden (2011)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Quinto-Pozos & Parrill (2014)

Quinto-Pozos, D. & Parrill, F. (2014). Signers and co-speech gesturers adopt similar strategies for portraying viewpoint in narratives. Topics in Cognitive Science. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Quinto-Pozos, Singleton, Hauser, Levine, Garberoglio & Hou (2013)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Rathmann, Kubus, Morford & Occhino-Kehoe, Wilkinson, Pinar & Kroll (2011)

Rathmann, C., Kubus, O., Morford, J. P., Occhino-Kehoe, C., Wilkinson, E., Piñar, P. & Kroll, J. (2011, June). A cross-linguistic study of non-selective lexical access in deaf bilinguals: ASL-English and DGS-German bilinguals compared. Paper presented at the Eighth International Symposium on Bilingualism, Oslo. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Reesman, Day, Szymanski, Hughes-Wheatland, Witkin, Kalback & Brice (2014)

Reesman, J.H., Day, L.A., Szymanski, C.A., Hughes-Wheatland, R., Witkin, G.A., Kalback, S. R., & Brice, P.J. (2014). Review of intellectual assessment measures for children who are deaf or hard-of-hearing. Rehabilitation Psychology, 59 (1), 99-106. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Schwartz, Schick, Whitney & Coady (2011)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Seidenberg & Plaut (2014)

Seidenberg, M.S., and Plaut, D.C. (2014). Quasiregularity and its discontents: The legacy of the past tense debate. Cognitive Science. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Simms, Baker & Clark (2013)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Singleton, Jones & Hanumantha (2014)

Singleton, J.L., Jones, G. & Hanumantha, S. (To appear, July 2014). Toward ethical research practice with Deaf participants. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Singleton, Jones & Hanumantha (2012)

Singleton, J., Jones, G., & Hanumantha, S. (2012). Responsible Research involving Deaf Participants: A Focus Group Study. Presented at the Quest for Excellence conference hosted by the Office of Research Integrity in Georgetown University, Washington D.C. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Sligar, Cawthon, Morere & Moxley (2013)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Supalla, Hauser & Bavelier (2014)

Supalla, T., Hauser, P. C., & Bavelier, D. (2014). Reproducing American Sign Language sentences: Cognitive scaffolding in working memory. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 1-17. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Thompson, Emmorey, Kluender & Langdon (2013)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Tooley, Swaab, Boudewyn, Zirnstein & Traxler (2013)

Tooley, K.M., Swaab, T.Y., Boudewyn, M.A., Zirnstein, M., & Traxler, M.J. (2013). Evidence for priming across intervening sentences during on-line sentence comprehension. Language and Cognitive Processes. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Traxler (2015)

Traxler, M.J. (2015). Priming of early closure: Evidence for the lexical boost. Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Traxler (2013)

Traxler, M.J. (2013). The Role of the Putative Mirror Neuron System in Language Comprehension. Language and Linguistics Compass. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Traxler, Corina, Morford, Hafer & Hoversten (2013)

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. DOI 10.3758/s13421-013-0346-1 ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Traxler, Tooley & Pickering (2014)

Traxler, M.J., Tooley, K.M., & Pickering, M.J. (2014). Syntactic Priming During Sentence Comprehension: Evidence for the Lexical Boost. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Trudeau, Morford & Sutton (2010)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Trudeau, Sutton, Dagenais, De Broeck, & Morford (2007)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Trudeau, Sutton, Morford, Cote-Giroux & Pauze (2010)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Twitchell Morford & Hauser (2015)

Twitchell, P., Morford, J. P., & Hauser, P. C. (2015). Effects of SES on literacy development of deaf signing bilinguals. American Annals of the Deaf, 159(9), 433-446. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Vogler, Tucker & Williams (2013)

Vogler, C., Tucker, P., & Williams, N. (2013, October). Mixed local and remote participation in teleconferences from a deaf and hard of hearing perspective. In Proceedings of the 15th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (p. 30). ACM. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Wang & Andrews (2014)

Wang, Y., & Andrews, J. (2014). Reading and deaf individuals: Perspectives on the qualitative similarity hypothesis. American Annals of the Deaf, 159(4), 319-322. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Williams, Darcy & Newman (2015)

Williams, J., Darcy, I., & Newman, S. (2015). Fingerspelling and print processing similarities in deaf and hearing readers. Journal of Language and Literature, 6(1), 56-65. ____________________________________________________________________________________________

Witkin, Morere & Geer (2013)

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. ____________________________________________________________________________________________