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Grazia Di Pisa
Grazia Di Pisa
Marie-Curie PhD fellow at Konstanz University
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Current trends and emerging methodologies in charting heritage language bilingual grammars
F Bayram, J Rothman, G Di Pisa, R Slabakova
PsyArXiv, 2020
132020
Brain, mind and linguistic processing insights into the dynamic nature of bilingualism and its outcome effects
G Di Pisa, SM Pereira Soares, J Rothman
Pergamon, 2021
42021
Monolingual comparative normativity in bilingualism research is out of “control”: Arguments and alternatives
J Rothman, F Bayram, V DeLuca, G Di Pisa, JA Dunabeitia, K Gharibi, ...
Applied Psycholinguistics, 1-14, 2022
12022
Effects of markedness in gender processing in Italian as a heritage language: A speed accuracy tradeoff
G Di Pisa, M Kubota, J Rothman, T Marinis
Frontiers Media, 2022
2022
The heritability of vocal tract structures estimated from structural MRI in a large cohort of Dutch twins
D Dediu, EM Jennings, D van’t Ent, SR Moisik, G Di Pisa, J Schulze, ...
Human Genetics, 1-19, 2022
2022
Gender assignment and agreement in the oral production of heritage speakers of Italian living in Germany
G Di Pisa, T Marinis
Lingue e linguaggio 21 (1), 99-120, 2022
2022
Operationalizing HL use in adult-aged HSs of Italian and Turkish
A Lloyd-Smith, SM Pereira Soares, G Di Pisa, H Gyllstad, T Kupisch
Capturing and Quantifying Individual Differences in Bilingualism, 2019
2019
Elabbas Benmamoun Duke University
S Bhalla, MA Bowles, B Brehmer, MM Carreira, CB Chang, H Chen-Wu, ...
Gender and Number Agreement in Italian as a Heritage Language: A Self-Paced Reading Study
G Di Pisa, J Rothman, T Marinis
Language Grammars
F Bayram, G Di Pisa, J Rothman, R Slabakova
Processing of gender agreement in Italian heritage speakers
G Di Pisa, J Rothman, T Marinis
Grammatical Gender Agreement in Italian as a Heritage Language: A Self-Paced Reading Study
G Di Pisa, T Marinis
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