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Letitia Naigles
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Children use syntax to learn verb meanings
L Naigles
Journal of child language 17 (2), 357-374, 1990
11421990
How children use input to acquire a lexicon
E Hoff, L Naigles
Child development 73 (2), 418-433, 2002
10272002
Optimal outcome in individuals with a history of autism
D Fein, M Barton, IM Eigsti, E Kelley, L Naigles, RT Schultz, M Stevens, ...
Journal of child psychology and psychiatry 54 (2), 195-205, 2013
5992013
Why are some verbs learned before other verbs? Effects of input frequency and structure on children's early verb use
LR Naigles, E Hoff-Ginsberg
Journal of child language 25 (1), 95-120, 1998
4811998
Caregiver speech and children's use of nouns versus verbs: A comparison of English, Italian, and Mandarin
T Tardif, M Shatz, L Naigles
Journal of Child Language 24 (3), 535-565, 1997
4731997
The use of multiple frames in verb learning via syntactic bootstrapping
LR Naigles
Cognition 58 (2), 221-251, 1996
3281996
Speaking of motion: Verb use in English and Spanish
LR Naigles, AR Eisenberg, ET Kako, M Highter, N McGraw
Language and cognitive processes 13 (5), 521-549, 1998
2571998
First contact in verb acquisition: Defining a role for syntax
LG Naigles, ET Kako
Child development 64 (6), 1665-1687, 1993
2501993
Residual language deficits in optimal outcome children with a history of autism
E Kelley, JJ Paul, D Fein, LR Naigles
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 36 (6), 807-828, 2006
2432006
Is he floating across or crossing afloat? Cross-influence of L1 and L2 in Spanish–English bilingual adults
J Hohenstein, A Eisenberg, L Naigles
Bilingualism: Language and cognition 9 (3), 249-261, 2006
2282006
Motion-verb generalizations in English and Spanish: Influences of language and syntax
LR Naigles, P Terrazas
Psychological Science 9 (5), 363-369, 1998
2071998
Children acquire word meaning components from syntactic evidence
L Naigles
Language and cognition: A developmental perspective, 1993
2051993
Form is easy, meaning is hard: Resolving a paradox in early child language
LR Naigles
Cognition 86 (2), 157-199, 2002
1892002
Longitudinal analyses of expressive language development reveal two distinct language profiles among young children with autism spectrum disorders
S Tek, L Mesite, D Fein, L Naigles
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 44 (1), 75-89, 2014
1772014
Intervention for optimal outcome in children and adolescents with a history of autism
AJ Orinstein, M Helt, E Troyb, KE Tyson, ML Barton, IM Eigsti, L Naigles, ...
Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics 35 (4), 247-256, 2014
1722014
Input to verb learning: Evidence for the plausibility of syntactic bootstrapping.
LR Naigles, E Hoff-Ginsberg
Developmental Psychology 31 (5), 827, 1995
1691995
Do children with autism spectrum disorders show a shape bias in word learning?
S Tek, G Jaffery, D Fein, LR Naigles
Autism Research 1 (4), 208-222, 2008
1522008
Processes of language acquisition in children with autism: Evidence from preferential looking
LD Swensen, E Kelley, D Fein, LR Naigles
Child development 78 (2), 542-557, 2007
1392007
Narrative performance of optimal outcome children and adolescents with a history of an autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
J Suh, IM Eigsti, L Naigles, M Barton, E Kelley, D Fein
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 44 (7), 1681-1694, 2014
1242014
Television as incidental language teacher
LR Naigles, L Mayeux
Handbook of children and the media, 135-152, 2001
1242001
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