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Diane Lillo-Martin
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Sign Language and Linguistic Universals
W Sandler, D Lillo-Martin
Cambridge University Press, 2006
18892006
An introduction to linguistic theory and language acquisition
S Crain, DC Lillo-Martin
(No Title), 1999
4331999
Pointing Out Differences: ASL Pronouns in Syntactic Theory
D Lillo-Martin, ES Klima
Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research 1, 191-210, 1990
4041990
Universal grammar and American sign language
DC Lillo-Martin
Universal Grammar and American Sign Language: Setting the Null Argument …, 1991
3561991
Quantification without qualification
S Crain, R Thornton, C Boster, L Conway, D Lillo-Martin, E Woodams
Language Acquisition 5 (2), 83-153, 1996
3271996
Spoken English language development among native signing children with cochlear implants
K Davidson, D Lillo-Martin, DC Pichler
Journal of deaf studies and deaf education 19 (2), 238-250, 2014
3062014
WH-movement and the position of Spec-CP: Evidence from American Sign Language
K Petronio, D Lillo-Martin
Language, 18-57, 1997
3021997
Two kinds of null arguments in American Sign Language
D Lillo-Martin
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 4 (4), 415-444, 1986
2971986
Null subject versus null object: Some evidence from the acquisition of Chinese and English
Q Wang, D Lillo-Martin, CT Best, A Levitt
Language acquisition 2 (3), 221-254, 1992
2741992
On the linguistic status of ‘agreement’ in sign languages
D Lillo-Martin, RP Meier
Theoretical linguistics 37 (3-4), 95-141, 2011
2322011
The point of view predicate in American Sign Language
D Lillo-Martin
Language, gesture, and space, 155-170, 2013
2112013
Enhancement of spatial cognition in deaf children
U Bellugi, L O’Grady, D Lillo-Martin, M O’Grady Hynes, K van Hoek, ...
From gesture to language in hearing and deaf children, 278-298, 1990
1931990
Modality effects and modularity in language acquisition: The acquisition of American Sign Language
D Lillo-Martin
Handbook of child language acquisition, 531-567, 1998
1851998
Natural sign languages
W Sandler, D Lillo‐Martin
The handbook of linguistics, 533-562, 2003
1802003
Auditory deprivation does not impair executive function, but language deprivation might: Evidence from a parent-report measure in deaf native signing children
ML Hall, IM Eigsti, H Bortfeld, D Lillo-Martin
The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 22 (1), 9-21, 2017
1682017
Utterance reports and constructed action in sign and spoken languages
D Lillo-Martin
Sign Language-An International Handbook. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 365-387, 2012
163*2012
Long passives are understood by young children
K O’Brien, E Grolla, D Lillo-Martin
Proceedings of the 30th annual Boston University conference on language …, 2006
1052006
The development of bimodal bilingualism: Implications for linguistic theory
D Lillo-Martin, RM Quadros, D Chen Pichler
Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 6 (6), 719-755, 2016
1032016
Executive function in deaf children: Auditory access and language access
ML Hall, IM Eigsti, H Bortfeld, D Lillo-Martin
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 61 (8), 1970-1988, 2018
932018
Language choice in bimodal bilingual development
D Lillo-Martin, RM de Quadros, D Chen Pichler, Z Fieldsteel
Frontiers in psychology 5, 88644, 2014
932014
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