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Ken Wexler, Ph.D.

Brain and Cognitive Sciences Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Language Acquisition, Language Loss, Psycholinguistic Theory
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Margaret E. Echelbarger research assistant 2007-2009 MIT
Tania Ionin grad student MIT
Stephen Crain grad student 1980 UC Irvine
William Snyder grad student 1990-1995 MIT
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Modyanova N, Perovic A, Wexler K. (2017) Grammar Is Differentially Impaired in Subgroups of Autism Spectrum Disorders: Evidence from an Investigation of Tense Marking and Morphosyntax. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 320
Singh R, Wexler K, Astle-Rahim A, et al. (2016) Children interpret disjunction as conjunction: Consequences for theories of implicature and child development Natural Language Semantics. 1-48
Perovic A, Modyanova N, Wexler K. (2013) Comparison of Grammar in Neurodevelopmental Disorders: The Case of Binding in Williams Syndrome and Autism With and Without Language Impairment. Language Acquisition. 20: 133-154
Wexler K. (2013) Tough-Movement Developmental Delay: Another Effect of Phasal Computation Rich Languages From Poor Inputs
Perovic A, Modyanova N, Wexler K. (2013) Comprehension of reflexive and personal pronouns in children with autism: A syntactic or pragmatic deficit? Applied Psycholinguistics. 34: 813-835
Ionin T, Baek S, Kim E, et al. (2012) That's not so different from the: Definite and demonstrative descriptions in second language acquisition Second Language Research. 28: 69-101
Perovic A, Wexler K. (2010) Development of verbal passive in Williams syndrome. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 53: 1294-306
Ko H, Ionin T, Wexler K. (2010) The role of presuppositionality in the second language acquisition of english articles Linguistic Inquiry. 41: 213-254
Gavarró A, Torrens V, Wexler K. (2010) Object clitic omission: Two language types Language Acquisition. 17: 192-219
Rice ML, Hoffman L, Wexler K. (2009) Judgments of omitted BE and DO in questions as extended finiteness clinical markers of specific language impairment (SLI) to 15 years: a study of growth and asymptote. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 52: 1417-33
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