Anne E. Baker

List of John Benjamins publications for which Anne E. Baker plays a role.

Titles

The Linguistics of Sign Languages: An introduction

Edited by Anne E. Baker, Beppie van den Bogaerde, Roland Pfau and Trude Schermer

[Not in series, 199] 2016. xv, 378 pp.
Subjects Signed languages | Theoretical linguistics

Sign Language Acquisition

Edited by Anne E. Baker and Bencie Woll

[Benjamins Current Topics, 14] 2008. xi, 167 pp.
Subjects Language acquisition | Signed languages

Language Acquisition

Edited by Anne E. Baker and Bencie Woll

Special issue of Sign Language & Linguistics 8:1/2 (2005) 222 pp.
Subjects Signed languages | Theoretical linguistics

Articles

Little is known about the development of the rules of turn-taking when signing, such as the extent to which overlap is allowed and when, and which attention strategies are used by signers when overlapping. This topic was investigated by comparing the more complex triadic situation (involving three… read more | Chapter
Peeters-Podgaevskaja, Alla V., Bibi E. Janssen and Anne E. Baker 2020 The acquisition of relative clauses in Russian and Polish in monolingual and bilingual childrenLinguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 10:2, pp. 216–248
In this paper, we present the results on (re)production of relative clauses in a sentence repetition task by Russian and Polish monolingual and bilingual children (3;6–6;6 years). Russian and Polish both involve overt case marking in the relative clause formation, but the case marking in Polish is… read more | Article
It is important to pinpoint precursors that predict later narrative skills. This study explores and attempts to clarify the role of three aspects assumed to be relevant for later narrative abilities. Data of three middle class Dutch children are analyzed. The design combines the assessment of… read more | Chapter
Laloi, Aude, Jan de Jong and Anne E. Baker 2017 Can executive functioning contribute to the diagnosis of SLI in bilingual children? A study on response inhibitionLanguage Impairment in Bilingual Children: State of the art 2017, Marinis, Theodoros, Sharon Armon-Lotem and George Pontikas (eds.), pp. 431–459
Language tests often fail to diagnose specific language impairment (SLI) in bilinguals due to the confounding impact of SLI and bilingualism on language. The present study focuses on the contribution of executive functioning to the diagnosis of SLI in bilinguals. Performance of monolingual and… read more | Article
Commentary
Baker, Anne E. 2016 Sign languages as natural languagesThe Linguistics of Sign Languages: An introduction, Baker, Anne E., Beppie van den Bogaerde, Roland Pfau and Trude Schermer (eds.), pp. 1–24
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Baker, Anne E. and Beppie van den Bogaerde 2016 Interaction and discourseThe Linguistics of Sign Languages: An introduction, Baker, Anne E., Beppie van den Bogaerde, Roland Pfau and Trude Schermer (eds.), pp. 73–91
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Baker, Anne E. and Roland Pfau 2016 Constituents and word classesThe Linguistics of Sign Languages: An introduction, Baker, Anne E., Beppie van den Bogaerde, Roland Pfau and Trude Schermer (eds.), pp. 93–115
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Baker, Anne E., Beppie van den Bogaerde and Sonja Jansma 2016 AcquisitionThe Linguistics of Sign Languages: An introduction, Baker, Anne E., Beppie van den Bogaerde, Roland Pfau and Trude Schermer (eds.), pp. 51–72
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Baker, Anne E., Trude Schermer, Roland Pfau and Beppie van den Bogaerde 2016 ForewordThe Linguistics of Sign Languages: An introduction, Baker, Anne E., Beppie van den Bogaerde, Roland Pfau and Trude Schermer (eds.), pp. xiii–xv
Miscellaneous
Heuvel, Henk van den, Eric Sanders, Jetske Klatter-Folmer, Roeland van Hout, Paula Fikkert, Anne E. Baker, Jan de Jong, Frank Wijnen and Paul Trilsbeek 2014 Data curation for a VALID Archive of Dutch Language Impairment DataDutch Journal of Applied Linguistics 3:2, pp. 127–136
The VALID Data Archive is an open multimedia data archive in which data from children and adults with language and/or communication problems are brought together. A pilot project, funded by CLARIN-NL, was carried out in which five existing data sets were curated. This pilot enabled us to build up… read more | Article
Baker, Anne E. and Beppie van den Bogaerde 2010 Chapter 12. Measuring the linguistic development of deaf learnersExperimental Methods in Language Acquisition Research, Blom, Elma and Sharon Unsworth (eds.), pp. 245–268
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Baker, Anne E. and Bencie Woll 2008 Editors' prefaceSign Language Acquisition, Baker, Anne E. and Bencie Woll (eds.), pp. vii–xi
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Baker, Anne E. and Beppie van den Bogaerde 2008 Code-mixing in signs and words in input to and output from childrenSign Bilingualism: Language development, interaction, and maintenance in sign language contact situations, Plaza-Pust, Carolina and Esperanza Morales-López (eds.), pp. 1–27
Drawing on a longitudinal data collection of six children (three hearing, three deaf) learning Dutch and Sign Language of the Netherlands (NGT) in deaf families, this chapter explores the amount and types of simultaneous mixing (code-blending) of signed and spoken language elements in the… read more | Article
Baker, Anne E., Beppie van den Bogaerde and Bencie Woll 2008 Methods and procedures in sign language acquisition studiesSign Language Acquisition, Baker, Anne E. and Bencie Woll (eds.), pp. 1–49
Sign language acquisition is a relatively new field and is still developing its own good practice. This paper gives an overview of the most common procedures in research design, choice of subjects, transcription and documentation. The paper concludes with a brief overview of the chronology of… read more | Article
Bogaerde, Beppie van den and Anne E. Baker 2008 Code mixing in mother-child interaction in deaf familiesSign Language Acquisition, Baker, Anne E. and Bencie Woll (eds.), pp. 141–163
In this paper we discuss the mixed language input of four deaf mothers and the mixed output of their three deaf and three hearing children. Taking a strict definition of code-mixing (as defined by Muysken 2000) we find that the deaf mothers mainly use a form of code-mixing, or mixed code-blending,… read more | Article
Articles and pronouns have already been extensively researched in various languages, including Dutch. Much less is known, however, about the pragmatic functions of these morphosyntactic forms during acquisition. The question to be investigated in the present research addresses the question of how… read more | Article
Baker, Anne E. and Bencie Woll 2005 Guest editors’ PrefaceLanguage Acquisition, Baker, Anne E. and Bencie Woll (eds.), pp. 1–5
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Baker, Anne E., Beppie van den Bogaerde and Bencie Woll 2005 Methods and procedures in sign language acquisition studiesLanguage Acquisition, Baker, Anne E. and Bencie Woll (eds.), pp. 7–59
Sign language acquisition is a relatively new field and is still developing its own good practice. This paper gives an overview of the most common procedures in research design, choice of subjects, transcription and documentation. The paper concludes with a brief overview of the chronology of… read more | Miscellaneous
Bogaerde, Beppie van den and Anne E. Baker 2005 Code mixing in mother–child interaction in deaf familiesLanguage Acquisition, Baker, Anne E. and Bencie Woll (eds.), pp. 153–176
In this paper we discuss the mixed language input of four deaf mothers and the mixed output of their three deaf and three hearing children. Taking a strict definition of code-mixing (as defined by Muysken 2000) we find that the deaf mothers mainly use a form of code-mixing, or mixed code-blending,… read more | Article
Baker, Anne E. en Beppie van den Bogaerde 2002 Code-Mixing in Moeder-Kind Interactie in Dove FamiliesTaal en bewustzijn, pp. 49–63
In this article, we discuss the mixed input offered by four profoundly deaf mothers and the mixed output of their deaf and hearing children. Muysken (2000) distinguishes different forms of code-mixing: insertion, alternation and congruent lexicalisation. We applied these definitions to these… read more | Article
Bogaerde, Beppie van den and Anne E. Baker 2002 Are young deaf children bilingual?Directions in Sign Language Acquisition, Morgan, Gary and Bencie Woll (eds.), pp. 183–206
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