Barbara Lust

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
"Barbara Lust"


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John Frederick Bailyn grad student 1995 Cornell
Jennifer B. Austin grad student 2001 Cornell
Maria Blume grad student 2002 Cornell
Yarden E. Kedar grad student 2007 Cornell
Sujin Yang grad student 2007 Cornell
Kyoko Yamakoshi grad student 2008 Cornell
Nadezda L. Dich grad student 2011 Cornell
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Kim AYA, Park A, Lust B. (2016) Simultaneous vs. successive bilingualism among preschool-aged children: a study of four-year-old Korean–English bilinguals in the USA International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism. 1-15
Lust B, Flynn S, Cohen Sherman J, et al. (2015) Reversing Ribot: does regression hold in language of prodromal Alzheimer's disease? Brain and Language. 143: 1-10
KANG C, THOEMMES F, LUST B. (2015) Effects of SES on Executive Attention in Malay–English bilingual children in Singapore* Bilingualism
Lust B, Flynn S, Blume M, et al. (2014) Assessing child bilingualism: Direct assessment of bilingual syntax amends caretaker report International Journal of Bilingualism. 20: 153-172
KANG CK, THOEMMES F, LUST B. (2014) An Assessment of the Effects of SES on the Development of Executive Attention in Singapore: 4 to 6-year-old English-Malay Bilinguals - CORRIGENDUM Bilingualism
KANG CK, THOEMMES F, LUST B. (2014) An assessment of the effects of SES on the development of executive attention in Singapore: Early English-Malay bilinguals Bilingualism. 1-16
Battin DB, Ceci SJ, Lust BC. (2012) Do children really mean what they say? The forensic implications of preschoolers' linguistic referencing Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. 33: 167-174
Yang S, Yang H, Lust B. (2011) Early childhood bilingualism leads to advances in executive attention: Dissociating culture and language Bilingualism. 14: 412-422
Lust B, Flynn S, Blume M, et al. (2010) Constructing adequate language documentation for multifaceted cross-linguistic data: A case study from the virtual center for study of language acquisition Language Documentation: Practice and Values. 89-107
Kedar Y, Casasola M, Lust B. (2006) Getting there faster: 18- and 24-month-old infants' use of function words to determine reference. Child Development. 77: 325-38
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