Ursula Bellugi
Ursula Bellugi
Professor, Director Cognitive Neuroscience Lab, The Salk Institute
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The signs of language
ES Klima, U Bellugi
Harvard University Press, 1979
36471979
Three processes in the child's acquisition of syntax
R Brown, U Bellugi
Harvard educational review 34 (2), 133-151, 1964
15011964
Three processes in the child's acquisition of syntax
R Brown, U Bellugi
Harvard educational review 34 (2), 133-151, 1964
15011964
Three processes in the child's acquisition of syntax
R Brown, U Bellugi
Harvard educational review 34 (2), 133-151, 1964
15011964
What the hands reveal about the brain
H Poizner, ES Klima, U Bellugi
MIT press, 1990
10711990
Control of grammar in imitation, comprehension, and production
C Fraser, U Bellugi, R Brown
Journal of verbal learning and verbal behavior 2 (2), 121-135, 1963
9941963
I. The neurocognitive profile of Williams Syndrome: a complex pattern of strengths and weaknesses
U Bellugi, L Lichtenberger, W Jones, Z Lai, MS George
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 12 (Supplement 1), 7-29, 2000
8752000
Syntactic regularities in the speech of children
ES Klima
Psycholinguistics papers, 183-207, 1966
8481966
Williams syndrome: An unusual neuropsychological profile
U Bellugi, PP Wang, TL Jernigan
Atypical cognitive deficits in developmental disorders: Implications for …, 1994
7181994
The child's grammar from I to III
R Brown
Minnesota symposium on child psychology, 28-73, 1969
6721969
A comparison of sign language and spoken language
U Bellugi, S Fischer
Cognition 1 (2-3), 173-200, 1972
6451972
II. Hypersociability in Williams syndrome
W Jones, U Bellugi, Z Lai, M Chiles, J Reilly, A Lincoln, R Adolphs
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 12 (Supplement 1), 30-46, 2000
5782000
Neuropsychological, neurological, and neuroanatomical profile of Williams syndrome
U Bellugi, A Bihrle, T Jernigan, D Trauner, S Doherty
American journal of medical genetics 37 (S6), 115-125, 1990
5641990
Dissociation between language and cognitive functions in Williams syndrome
U Bellugi
Language development in exceptional circumstances, 177-189, 1988
5511988
“Frog, where are you?” Narratives in children with specific language impairment, early focal brain injury, and Williams syndrome
J Reilly, M Losh, U Bellugi, B Wulfeck
Brain and language 88 (2), 229-247, 2004
5162004
Bridging cognition, the brain and molecular genetics: evidence from Williams syndrome
U Bellugi, L Lichtenberger, D Mills, A Galaburda, JR Korenberg
Trends in neurosciences 22 (5), 197-207, 1999
5131999
The acquisition of the system of negation in children's speech
U Bellugi
Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1967
4931967
The acquisition of the system of negation in children's speech
U Bellugi
Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1967
4931967
Is there a social module? Language, face processing, and theory of mind in individuals with Williams syndrome
A Karmiloff-Smith, E Klima, U Bellugi, J Grant, S Baron-Cohen
Journal of cognitive Neuroscience 7 (2), 196-208, 1995
4661995
Evidence from two genetic syndromes for a dissociation between verbal and visual-spatial short-term memory
PP Wang, U Bellugi
Journal of clinical and experimental Neuropsychology 16 (2), 317-322, 1994
4561994
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