Diane Brentari, PhD

Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States 
 University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Sign languages of the Deaf
"Diane Brentari"


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John A. Goldsmith grad student 1986-1990 Chicago


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Petra N. Eccarius grad student 2008 Purdue
Marie A. Nadolske grad student 2009 Purdue
Wei Zhang grad student 2010 Purdue
Carolina Gonzalez grad student 2011 Purdue
Jonathan Keane grad student 2014 Chicago
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Goldin-Meadow S, Brentari D, Coppola M, et al. (2015) Watching language grow in the manual modality: nominals, predicates, and handshapes. Cognition. 136: 381-95
Brentari D, Di Renzo A, Keane J, et al. (2015) Cognitive, cultural, and linguistic sources of a handshape distinction expressing agentivity. Topics in Cognitive Science. 7: 95-123
Brentari D, Falk J, Wolford G. (2015) The acquisition of prosody in American Sign Language Language. 91: e144-e168
SALETTA M, GOFFMAN L, BRENTARI D. (2015) Reading skill and exposure to orthography influence speech production Applied Psycholinguistics
Coppola M, Brentari D. (2014) From iconic handshapes to grammatical contrasts: longitudinal evidence from a child homesigner. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 830
Brentari D, Coppola M. (2013) What sign language creation teaches us about language. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. 4: 201-11
Brentari D, Coppola M, Jung A, et al. (2013) Acquiring word class distinctions in American Sign Language: Evidence from handshape. Language Learning and Development : the Official Journal of the Society For Language Development. 9: 130-150
Berent I, Dupuis A, Brentari D. (2013) Amodal aspects of linguistic design. Plos One. 8: e60617
Berent I, Dupuis A, Brentari D. (2013) Correction: Amodal aspects of linguistic design (PLoS ONE) Plos One. 8
Brentari D, Coppola M, Mazzoni L, et al. (2012) When does a system become phonological? Handshape production in gesturers, signers, and homesigners. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory. 30: 1-31
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