Rena Helms-Park

Curriculum, Teaching and Learning University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Cognitive Psychology, Linguistics Language
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Namasivayam AK, Huynh A, Bali R, et al. (2021) Development and Validation of a Probe Word List to Assess Speech Motor Skills in Children. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 1-27
Petrescu MC, Helms-Park R. (2018) The Lexical Development of Canadian-Born Romanian L1 Bilingual Kindergarteners Langages. 3: 33
Rukholm VN, Helms-Park R, Odgaard EC, et al. (2018) Facilitating Lexical Acquisition in Beginner Learners of Italian through Spoken or Sung Lyrics Canadian Modern Language Review-Revue Canadienne Des Langues Vivantes. 74: 153-175
Petrescu MC, Helms-Park R, Dronjic V. (2017) The impact of frequency and register on cognate facilitation: Comparing Romanian and Vietnamese speakers on the Vocabulary Levels Test English For Specific Purposes. 47: 15-25
Helms-Park R, Perhan Z. (2016) The role of explicit instruction in cross-script cognate recognition: The case of Ukrainian-speaking EAP learners ☆ Journal of English For Academic Purposes. 21: 17-33
Sherkina-Lieber M, Helms-Park R. (2015) A prototype of a receptive lexical test for a polysynthetic heritage language: The case of Inuttitut in Labrador Language Testing. 32: 419-442
Niu R, Helms-Park R. (2014) Interaction, modality, and word engagement as factors in lexical learning in a Chinese context Language Teaching Research. 18: 345-372
Dronjic V, Helms-Park R. (2014) Fixed-choice word-association tasks as second-language lexical tests: What native-speaker performance reveals about their potential weaknesses Applied Psycholinguistics. 35: 193-221
Stapleton P, Helms-Park R. (2008) A response to Matsuda and Tardy’s “Voice in academic writing: The rhetorical construction of author identity in blind manuscript review” English For Specific Purposes. 27: 94-99
Helms-Park R, Radia P, Stapleton P. (2007) A preliminary assessment of Google Scholar as a source of EAP students' research materials Internet and Higher Education. 10: 65-76
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