Rama Novogrodsky
Rama Novogrodsky
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The acquisition of relative clause comprehension in Hebrew: A study of SLI and normal development
N Friedmann, R Novogrodsky
Journal of Child language 31 (3), 661, 2004
3932004
The production of relative clauses in syntactic SLI: A window to the nature of the impairment
R Novogrodsky, N Friedmann
Advances in Speech Language Pathology 8 (4), 364-375, 2006
1942006
Which questions are most difficult to understand?: The comprehension of Wh questions in three subtypes of SLI
N Friedmann, R Novogrodsky
Lingua 121 (3), 367-382, 2011
1712011
Is the movement deficit in syntactic SLI related to traces or to thematic role transfer?
N Friedmann, R Novogrodsky
Brain and language 101 (1), 50-63, 2007
1382007
Subtypes of SLI: SySLI, PhoSLI, LeSLI, and PraSLI
N Friedmann, R Novogrodsky
Language acquisition and development, 205-217, 2008
105*2008
American Sign Language Syntax and Analogical Reasoning Skills Are Influenced by Early Acquisition and Age of Entry to Signing Schools for the Deaf
J Henner, CL Caldwell-Harris, R Novogrodsky, RJ Hoffmeister
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 1982, 2016
532016
Subject pronoun use by children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD)
R Novogrodsky
Clinical linguistics & phonetics 27 (2), 85-93, 2013
532013
Resumptive pronouns as a last resort when movement is impaired: Relative clauses in hearing impairment
N Friedmann, R Novogrodsky, R Szterman, O Preminger
Current issues in generative Hebrew linguistics 7 (393), 267-290, 2008
372008
Symmetry in comprehension and production of pronouns: A comparison of German and Hebrew
E Ruigendijk, N Friedmann, R Novogrodsky, N Balaban
Lingua 120 (8), 1991-2005, 2010
362010
The acquisition of synonyms in American Sign Language (ASL): Toward a further understanding of the components of ASL vocabulary knowledge
R Novogrodsky, S Fish, R Hoffmeister
Sign Language Studies 14 (2), 225-249, 2014
292014
Syntactic movement in agrammatism and S-SLI: Two different impairments
N Friedmann, A Gvion, R Novogrodsky
Language acquisition and development, 205-218, 2006
272006
The Development of Antonym Knowledge in American Sign Language (ASL) and Its Relationship to Reading Comprehension in English
R Novogrodsky, C Caldwell‐Harris, S Fish, RJ Hoffmeister
Language Learning 64 (4), 749-770, 2014
262014
Definitions as a window to the acquisition of relative clauses
N Friedmann, D Aram, R Novogrodsky
Applied Psycholinguistics 32 (4), 687, 2011
252011
BAMBI: Battery for assessment of syntactic abilities in children
N Friedmann, R Novogrodsky
Tel Aviv University (in Hebrew), 2002
242002
Recent Issues in the use of Signed Language Assessments for Diagnosis of Language Disorders in Signing Deaf and Hard of Hearing children
J Henner, R Novogrodsky, J Reis, R Hoffmeister
The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 23 (4), 307-316, 2018
222018
Ambiguous pronoun use in narratives of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
R Novogrodsky, LR Edelson
Child Language Teaching and Therapy 32 (2), 241-252, 2016
192016
Not all dependencies are impaired in Syntactic-SLI: Binding in children with a deficit in Wh-movement
R Novogrodsky, N Friedmann
Proceedings of BUCLD 34, 2010
162010
Do people with agrammatic aphasia understand verb movement?
N Friedmann, A Gvion, M Biran, R Novogrodsky
Aphasiology 20 (02-04), 136-153, 2006
152006
Specific Language Impairment (SLI) is not specific enough: Sub-types of SLI and their implications for the theory of the disorder
R Novogrodsky
Language acquisition and language disorders, 113-124, 2015
122015
Syntactic abilities and verbal memory in monolingual and bilingual children with High Functioning Autism (HFA)
N Meir, R Novogrodsky
First Language 40 (4), 341-366, 2020
102020
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