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Williams Syndrome across Languages
Edited by Susanne Bartke and Julia Siegmüller
[Language Acquisition and Language Disorders 36] 2004
► pp. 221244
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Cited by 19 other publications

BENÍTEZ-BURRACO, ANTONIO, ELENA GARAYZÁBAL & FERNANDO CUETOS
2017. Morphology in Spanish-speaking children with Williams syndrome. Language and Cognition 9:4  pp. 728 ff. DOI logo
Christodoulou, Christiana
2013. Tense and aspect in Cypriot Greek Down Syndrome. Linguistic Variation 13:2  pp. 155 ff. DOI logo
D'Souza, Hana & Annette Karmiloff‐Smith
2017. Neurodevelopmental disorders. WIREs Cognitive Science 8:1-2 DOI logo
Diez-Itza, Eliseo, Verónica Martínez, Maite Fernández-Urquiza & Aránzazu Antón
2017. Morphological Profile of Williams Syndrome: Typical or Atypical?. In Language Development and Disorders in Spanish-speaking Children [Literacy Studies, 14],  pp. 311 ff. DOI logo
Diez-Itza, Eliseo, Manuela Miranda, Vanesa Pérez & Verónica Martínez
2019. Profiles of grammatical morphology in Spanish-speaking adolescents with Williams Syndrome and Down Syndrome. In Atypical Language Development in Romance Languages,  pp. 219 ff. DOI logo
Jacobson, Peggy F. & Helen Smith Cairns
2010. Exceptional Rule Learning in a Longitudinal Case Study of Williams Syndrome: Acquisition of Past Tense. Communication Disorders Quarterly 31:4  pp. 231 ff. DOI logo
Joffe, Victoria & Spyridoula Varlokosta
2007. Patterns of syntactic development in children with Williams syndrome and Down's syndrome: Evidence from passives and wh‐questions. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 21:9  pp. 705 ff. DOI logo
Joffe, Victoria & Spyridoula Varlokosta
2007. Language abilities in Williams syndrome: Exploring comprehension, production and repetition skills. Advances in Speech Language Pathology 9:3  pp. 213 ff. DOI logo
JONES, NANCY ELIZABETH
2013. The use of cohesive markers in narratives by children with Williams syndrome. Applied Psycholinguistics 34:2  pp. 277 ff. DOI logo
Katsimpokis, Dimitris, Leendert van Maanen & Spyridoula Varlokosta
2022. Decomposing response times in Williams syndrome in separate cognitive processes. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 37:4  pp. 440 ff. DOI logo
Lai, Philip T., Rowena Ng & Ursula Bellugi
2021. Parents’ perspective on the social traits observed in school-age children with autism and children with Williams syndrome. Research and Practice in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 8:2  pp. 174 ff. DOI logo
Lai, Philip To
2020. Expressivity in children with autism and Williams syndrome. Advances in Autism 6:4  pp. 277 ff. DOI logo
Neubauer, Kathleen & Harald Clahsen
2009. DECOMPOSITION OF INFLECTED WORDS IN A SECOND LANGUAGE. Studies in Second Language Acquisition 31:3  pp. 403 ff. DOI logo
Purser, Harry R. M., Michael S. C. Thomas, Sarah Snoxall, Denis Mareschal & Annette Karmiloff‐Smith
2011. Definitions versus categorization: assessing the development of lexico‐semantic knowledge in Williams syndrome. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 46:3  pp. 361 ff. DOI logo
Pérez, Vanesa, Verónica Martínez & Eliseo Diez-Itza
2022. Late phonological development in Williams syndrome. Frontiers in Psychology 13 DOI logo
Robinson, Sally J. & Christine M. Temple
2009. The representation of semantic knowledge in a child with Williams syndrome. Cognitive Neuropsychology 26:3  pp. 307 ff. DOI logo
Stathopoulou, Nikolitsa & Harald Clahsen
2010. The perfective past tense in Greek adolescents with Down Syndrome. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 24:11  pp. 870 ff. DOI logo
Stojanovik, Vesna
2021. Genetic Syndromes and Communication Disorders. In The Handbook of Language and Speech Disorders,  pp. 95 ff. DOI logo
Temple, Christine M. & Paul Richardson
2006. Developmental amnesia: Fractionation of developing memory systems. Cognitive Neuropsychology 23:5  pp. 762 ff. DOI logo

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