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An event-related potential investigation of orthographic precision
Assessment and intervention for bilingual children: A focus on the first language
Auditory sentence processing in unimpaired and impaired adult listeners: The influence of structure, prosody, and thematic fit
Bilingual cognitive and sentence processing
Characterizing the social and affective phenotype of individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders
Cognate effects in bilinguals with a history of developmental language disorder: Investigating word representation, processing, and metalinguistic awareness
Cognitive Advantages Associated with Musical Experience during Development
Component skills of reading and writing in Spanish-speaking English learners
Continuity in language development: Predictions from decontextualized vocabulary and lexical access
Defining “progress”: Integrating clinical and caregiver measures in speech sound intervention
Digging beneath the surface behavioral and neural indices of lexical access during idiom comprehension in aphasia : a multi-modal approach
Early auditory-semantic integration and organization: Behavioral and Electrophysiological Evidence
Evaluating Current Measures of Cognitive Processing for Use with Multilingual Children
Event representation and verb learning: integrating brain and behavioral development
Forward modeling in the manual modality: Linguistic and nonlinguistic predictions by American sign language users
Intersensory redundancy processing in adults with and without SLI
Investigations of attention in autism spectrum disorder: are anomalies in attention related to the development of sociocommunicative impairments?
It's about time: Prosodic influences in language production and comprehension
Lexical and Cognitive Processing in Early Language Delay
Lexical-semantic development in monolingual and bilingual children