Virginia Volterra

Affiliations: 
Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies ISTC CNR (National Research Council) of Rome, Italy.  
Area:
"Sign Language" "Deaf Studies" "Language Acquisition" "Psycholingusitics" "Cognitive Science"
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Borghi AM, Capirci O, Gianfreda G, et al. (2014) The body and the fading away of abstract concepts and words: a sign language analysis. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 811
Rinaldi P, Caselli MC, Di Renzo A, et al. (2014) Sign vocabulary in deaf toddlers exposed to sign language since birth Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education. 19
Bello A, Sparaci L, Stefanini S, et al. (2014) A developmental study on children's capacity to ascribe goals and intentions to others. Developmental Psychology. 50: 504-13
Tomasuolo E, Valeri G, Di renzo A, et al. (2013) Deaf children attending different school environments: Sign language abilities and theory of mind Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education. 18: 12-29
Caselli MC, Rinaldi P, Stefanini S, et al. (2012) Early Action and Gesture "Vocabulary" and Its Relation With Word Comprehension and Production Child Development. 83: 526-542
Carlier M, Desplanches AG, Philip N, et al. (2011) Laterality preference and cognition: Cross-syndrome comparison of patients with trisomy 21 (Down), del7q11.23 (Williams-Beuren) and del22q11.2 (DiGeorge or Velo-Cardio-Facial) syndromes Behavior Genetics. 41: 413-422
Pettenati P, Stefanini S, Volterra V. (2010) Motoric characteristics of representational gestures produced by young children in a naming task Journal of Child Language. 37: 887-911
Iverson JM, Capirci O, Volterra V, et al. (2008) Learning to talk in a gesture-rich world: Early communication in Italian vs. American children. First Language. 28: 164-181
Stefanini S, Caselli MC, Volterra V. (2007) Spoken and gestural production in a naming task by young children with Down syndrome Brain and Language. 101: 208-221
Gérard-Desplanches A, Deruelle C, Stefanini S, et al. (2006) Laterality in persons with intellectual disability II. Hand, foot, ear, and eye laterality in persons with trisomy 21 and Williams-Beuren syndrome Developmental Psychobiology. 48: 482-491
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