Ronit Szterman
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Syntactic movement in orally trained children with hearing impairment
N Friedmann, R Szterman
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 11 (1), 56-75, 2006
1662006
The comprehension and production of Wh-questions in deaf and hard-of-hearing children
N Friedmann, R Szterman
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 16 (2), 212-235, 2011
652011
Resumptive pronouns as 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
Relatively easy relatives
N Friedmann, M Yachini, R Szterman
Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today (LA), 303, 2015
242015
The comprehension and production of wh questions in children with hearing impairment
N Friedmann, R Szterman
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 16 (2), 212-235, 2011
242011
Relative clause reading in hearing impairment: different profiles of syntactic impairment
R Szterman, N Friedmann
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1229, 2014
212014
Insights into the syntactic deficit of children with hearing impairment from a sentence repetition task
R Szterman, N Friedmann
Language acquisition and development: Generative approaches to language …, 2015
172015
Comprehension and production of Wh questions by Hebrew-speaking children with hearing impairment: another evidence for the difficulty in syntactic movement
M Nave, R Szterman, N Friedmann
Language and Brain 9, 1-29, 2009
92009
The deficit in comprehension of movement-derived sentences in children with hearing impairment
R Szterman, N Friedmann
Lir’ot et Hakolot 2, 20-29, 2003
92003
On the syntactic abilities of school-aged children with hearing impairment and their implications for reading comprehension
R Szterman, N Friedmann
Theoretical and Applied Aspects in Rehabilitation and Education of Deaf and …, 2014
52014
How do children with hearing impairment produce relative clauses
R Szterman, N Friedmann
Isr. J. Lang. Speech Hear. Disord 28, 58-71, 2007
52007
The head the construct: Construct state nominals as a novel window to syntactic movement difficulties in hearing impairment
N Friedmann, R Szterman, A Belletti, L Rizzi
Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 3 (1), 2018
12018
The Effect of Syntactic Impairment on Errors in Reading Aloud: Text Reading and Comprehension of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children
R Szterman, N Friedmann
Brain Sciences 10 (11), 896, 2020
2020
PALESTINIAN ARABIC HEARING IMPAIRMENT
N FRIEDMANN, R SZTERMAN, M HADDAD-HANNA
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