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Diane Lillo-Martin

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University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
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Linguistics Language
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Pichler DC, Hochgesang JA, Lillo-Martin D, et al. (2016) Best Practices for Building a Bimodal/Bilingual Child Language Corpus. Sign Language Studies. 16: 361-388
Lillo-Martin D, de Quadros RM, Pichler DC. (2016) The Development of Bimodal Bilingualism: Implications for Linguistic Theory. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism. 6: 719-755
Pichler DC, Hochgesang JA, Lillo-Martin D, et al. (2016) Best practices for building a bimodal/bilingual child language corpus Sign Language Studies. 16: 361-388
Lillo-Martin D, de Quadros RM, Chen Pichler D, et al. (2014) Language choice in bimodal bilingual development. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 1163
Lillo-Martin DC, Gajewski J. (2014) ONE GRAMMAR OR TWO? Sign Languages and the Nature of Human Language. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. 5: 387-401
Davidson K, Lillo-Martin D, Chen Pichler D. (2014) Spoken english language development among native signing children with cochlear implants. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education. 19: 238-50
Chen Pichler D, Lee J, Lillo-Martin D. (2014) Language development in ASL–english bimodal bilinguals Multilingual Aspects of Signed Language Communication and Disorder. 235-260
de Quadros RM, Lillo-Martin D, Pichler DC. (2013) [What bimodal bilingual have to say about bilingual developing?] Letras De Hoje. 48: 380-388
Berk S, Lillo-Martin D. (2012) The two-word stage: motivated by linguistic or cognitive constraints? Cognitive Psychology. 65: 118-40
Meier RP, Lillo-Martin D. (2012) Response: The apparent reorganization of gesture in the evolution of verb agreement in signed languages Theoretical Linguistics. 38: 153-157
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