Laura-Ann Petitto

Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, United States 
Language & Development
"Laura-Ann Petitto"
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Thomas G. Bever research assistant Columbia
William Stokoe research assistant Gallaudet University
Herbert S. Terrace research assistant Columbia (Neurotree)
Ursula Bellugi grad student Salk Institute
Roger Brown grad student Harvard
Courtney B. Cazden grad student Harvard, Graduate School of Education
Noam Chomsky grad student MIT
Francis Harry Compton Crick grad student Salk Institute (Neurotree)
Edward Klima grad student The Salk Institute for Biological Studies & UCSD
Elizabeth A. Bates post-doc UCSD
 (With Ursula Bellugi at The Salk Institute for Biological Studies)


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Shawn S. Nelson Schmitt research assistant Dartmouth
Paola Peacock-Villada research assistant Dartmouth (Neurotree)
Sandeep Prasada research assistant McGill (Neurotree)
Elizabeth S. Norton research assistant 2001-2006 Dartmouth
Amy C. Geojo research assistant 2005-2006 Dartmouth
Clifton Langdon research assistant 2011-2013 Gallaudet University (Neurotree)
Fernande Charron grad student McGill
Matthew Dubins grad student University of Toronto (Neurotree)
Anat Geva grad student McGill (Neurotree)
Siobhan Holowka grad student McGill (Neurotree)
Marissa Malkowski grad student University of Toronto (Neurotree)
Paula Marentette grad student McGill
Ioulia Kovelman grad student 2001-2006 Dartmouth
Kaja K. Jasinska grad student 2013 University of Toronto (Neurotree)
Stephanie Baker post-doc Dartmouth (Neurotree)
Melody S. Berens post-doc University of Toronto (Neurotree)
Art Kaso post-doc University of Toronto (Neurotree)
Mark H. Shalinsky post-doc Dartmouth (Neurotree)
Katherine White post-doc Dartmouth (Neurotree)
Lynne J. Williams post-doc University of Toronto (Neurotree)
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Stone A, Petitto LA, Bosworth R. (2018) Visual Sonority Modulates Infants' Attraction to Sign Language. Language Learning and Development : the Official Journal of the Society For Language Development. 14: 130-148
Jasińska KK, Petitto LA. (2017) Age of Bilingual Exposure Is Related to the Contribution of Phonological and Semantic Knowledge to Successful Reading Development. Child Development
Stone A, Kartheiser G, Hauser PC, et al. (2015) Fingerspelling as a Novel Gateway into Reading Fluency in Deaf Bilinguals. Plos One. 10: e0139610
Kovelman I, Salah-Ud-Din M, Berens MS, et al. (2015) ���One glove does not fit all��� in bilingual reading acquisition: Using the age of first bilingual language exposure to understand optimal contexts for reading success Cogent Education. 2
Kovelman I, Shalinsky MH, Berens MS, et al. (2014) Words in the bilingual brain: an fNIRS brain imaging investigation of lexical processing in sign-speech bimodal bilinguals. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 606
Jasińska KK, Petitto LA. (2014) Development of neural systems for reading in the monolingual and bilingual brain: new insights from functional near infrared spectroscopy neuroimaging. Developmental Neuropsychology. 39: 421-39
Jasinska KK, Petitto LA. (2013) How age of bilingual exposure can change the neural systems for language in the developing brain: a functional near infrared spectroscopy investigation of syntactic processing in monolingual and bilingual children. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 6: 87-101
Berens MS, Kovelman I, Petitto LA. (2013) Should bilingual children learn reading in two languages at the same time or in sequence? Bilingual Research Journal. 36: 35-60
Holowka S, Brosseau-Lapré F, Petitto LA. (2013) Semantic and Conceptual Knowledge Underlying Bilingual Babies' First Signs and Words Language Learning. 52
Petitto LA, Berens MS, Kovelman I, et al. (2012) The "Perceptual Wedge Hypothesis" as the basis for bilingual babies' phonetic processing advantage: new insights from fNIRS brain imaging. Brain and Language. 121: 130-43
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