Naama Friedmann
Naama Friedmann
Professor of Neuropsycholinguistics, Tel Aviv University
Verified email at tauex.tau.ac.il - Homepage
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Relativized relatives: Types of intervention in the acquisition of A-bar dependencies
N Friedmann, A Belletti, L Rizzi
Lingua 119, 67-88, 2009
5502009
Relativized relatives: Types of intervention in the acquisition of A-bar dependencies
N Friedmann, A Belletti, L Rizzi
Lingua 119 (1), 67-88, 2009
5502009
Tense and agreement in agrammatic production: Pruning the syntactic tree
N Friedmann, Y Grodzinsky
Brain and language 56 (3), 397-425, 1997
5371997
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
4052004
Sentence comprehension and working memory limitation in aphasia: A dissociation between semantic-syntactic and phonological reactivation
N Friedmann, A Gvion
Brain and Language 86 (1), 23-39, 2003
2092003
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
1922006
Agrammatism and the psychological reality of the syntactic tree
N Friedmann
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 30 (1), 71-90, 2001
1832001
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
1682006
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
1672011
The leaf fell (the leaf): The online processing of unaccusatives
N Friedmann, G Taranto, LP Shapiro, D Swinney
Linguistic inquiry 39 (3), 355-377, 2008
1532008
Does gender make a difference? Comparing the effect of gender on children's comprehension of relative clauses in Hebrew and Italian
A Belletti, N Friedmann, D Brunato, L Rizzi
Lingua 122 (10), 1053-1069, 2012
1522012
Letter Position Dyslexia
N Friedmann, A Gvion
Cognitive Neuropsychology 18 (8), 673-696, 2001
1472001
Letter position dyslexia
N Friedmann, A Gvion
Cognitive Neuropsychology 18 (8), 673-696, 2001
1472001
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
1442007
Question production in agrammatism: The tree pruning hypothesis
N Friedmann
Brain and language 80 (2), 160-187, 2002
1372002
Agrammatic comprehension of simple active sentences with moved constituents
N Friedmann, LP Shapiro
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2003
1262003
SUBTYPES OF SLI: SYSLI, PHOSLI, LESLI, AND PRASLI
N FRIEDMANN, R NOVOGRODSKY
Language Acquisition and Development: Proceedings of GALA 2007, 205, 2009
106*2009
Subtypes of SLI: SySLI, PhoSLI, LeSLI, and PraSLI
N Friedmann, R Novogrodsky
Language acquisition and development: proceedings of GALA 205, 2007
1062007
Moving verbs in agrammatic production
N Friedmann
Grammatical disorders in aphasia: A neurolinguistic perspective, 152-170, 2000
1012000
Treatment of syntactic movement in syntactic SLI: A case study
H Levy, N Friedmann
First language 29 (1), 15-49, 2009
1002009
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