Edward Klima

Linguistics The Salk Institute for Biological Studies & UCSD, San Diego, CA, United States 
Linguistic Structure of American Sign Language
"Edward Klima"
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Hickok G, Pickell H, Klima E, et al. (2009) Neural dissociation in the production of lexical versus classifier signs in ASL: distinct patterns of hemispheric asymmetry. Neuropsychologia. 47: 382-7
Pickell H, Klima ES, Bellugi U, et al. (2007) Patterns of paraphasic errors in a visual–gestural language Brain and Language. 103: 238-239
Pickell H, Klima E, Love T, et al. (2005) Sign language aphasia following right hemisphere damage in a left-hander: a case of reversed cerebral dominance in a deaf signer? Neurocase. 11: 194-203
Hickok G, Love-Geffen T, Klima ES. (2002) Role of the left hemisphere in sign language comprehension. Brain and Language. 82: 167-78
Hickok G, Bellugi U, Klima ES. (2001) Sign language in the brain. Scientific American. 284: 58-65
Bellugi U, Korenberg JR, Klima ES. (2001) Williams syndrome: An exploration of neurocognitive and genetic features Clinical Neuroscience Research. 1: 217-229
Hickok G, Wilson M, Clark K, et al. (1999) Discourse deficits following right hemisphere damage in deaf signers. Brain and Language. 66: 233-48
Hickok G, Bellugi U, Klima ES. (1998) What's right about the neural organization of sign language? A perspective on recent neuroimaging results. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 2: 465-8
Hickok G, Bellugi U, Klima ES. (1998) The neural organization of language: evidence from sign language aphasia. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 2: 129-36
Emmorey K, Klima E, Hickok G. (1998) Mental rotation within linguistic and non-linguistic domains in users of American sign language. Cognition. 68: 221-46
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