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David Quinto-Pozos
David Quinto-Pozos
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Modality and structure in signed and spoken languages
C Cheek, A Cheek, H Knapp, C Rathmann
Cambridge University Press, 2002
2442002
Can constructed action be considered obligatory?
D Quinto-Pozos
Lingua 117 (7), 1285-1314, 2007
1162007
Teaching American Sign Language to hearing adult learners
D Quinto-Pozos
Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 31, 137-158, 2011
1092011
Lexicalisation and de-lexicalisation processes in sign languages: Comparing depicting constructions and viewpoint gestures
K Cormier, D Quinto-Pozos, Z Sevcikova, A Schembri
Language & communication 32 (4), 329-348, 2012
1062012
Sign languages in contact
D Quinto-Pozos, R Adam
Sociolinguistics and deaf communities, 29-60, 2015
75*2015
Do developmental communication disorders exist in the signed modality? Perspectives from professionals
D Quinto-Pozos, AJ Forber-Pratt, JL Singleton
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Rockville, MD, 2011
682011
Register variation in mimetic gestural complements to signed language
D Quinto-Pozos, S Mehta
Journal of Pragmatics 42 (3), 557-584, 2010
512010
Why does constructed action seem obligatory? An analysis of “classifiers” and the lack of articulator-referent correspondence
D Quinto-Pozos
Sign Language Studies 7 (4), 458-506, 2007
492007
Signers and co‐speech gesturers adopt similar strategies for portraying viewpoint in narratives
D Quinto‐Pozos, F Parrill
Topics in Cognitive Science 7 (1), 12-35, 2015
462015
Sign language contact and interference: ASL and LSM
D Quinto-Pozos
Language in Society 37 (2), 161-189, 2008
462008
Contact between Mexican sign language and American sign language in two Texas border areas
DG Quinto-Pozos
The University of Texas at Austin, 2002
462002
17 Deictic points in the visual-gestural and tactile-gestural modalities
D Quinto-Pozos
Modality and structure in signed and spoken languages, 442, 2002
412002
Factors that influence the acquisition of ASL for interpreting students
D Quinto-Pozos
Sign language interpreting and interpreter education: Directions for …, 2005
372005
Second language acquisition across modalities: Production variability in adult L2 learners of American Sign Language
AI Hilger, TMJ Loucks, D Quinto-Pozos, MWG Dye
Second Language Research 31 (3), 375-388, 2015
352015
Atypical signed language development: A case study of challenges with visual–spatial processing
D Quinto-Pozos, JL Singleton, PC Hauser, SC Levine, CL Garberoglio, ...
Cognitive Neuropsychology 30 (5), 332-359, 2013
332013
A case of specific language impairment in a deaf signer of American Sign Language
D Quinto-Pozos, JL Singleton, PC Hauser
The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 22 (2), 204-218, 2017
322017
Sign languages in contact
D Quinto-Pozos
Gallaudet University Press, 2007
252007
Modality and structure in signed and spoken languages
A Okrent, RP Meier, DG Quinto-Pozos, KA Cormier
Cambridge University Press, 2002
252002
Rates of fingerspelling in american sign language
D Quinto-Pozos
Poster presented at 10th Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research …, 2010
192010
ASL discourse strategies: Chaining and connecting-explaining across audiences
D Quinto-Pozos, W Reynolds
Sign language studies 12 (2), 211-235, 2012
182012
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