Bencie Woll
Bencie Woll
Deafness Cognition and Language, University College London
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The linguistics of British Sign Language: an introduction
R Sutton-Spence, B Woll
Cambridge University Press, 1999
8881999
Sign language: The study of deaf people and their language
JG Kyle, J Kyle, B Woll, G Pullen, F Maddix
Cambridge university press, 1988
6081988
Neural systems underlying British Sign Language and audio‐visual English processing in native users
M MacSweeney, B Woll, R Campbell, PK McGuire, AS David, ...
Brain 125 (7), 1583-1593, 2002
2852002
The signing brain: the neurobiology of sign language
M MacSweeney, CM Capek, R Campbell, B Woll
Trends in cognitive sciences 12 (11), 432-440, 2008
2512008
Sign language: An international handbook
R Pfau, M Steinbach, B Woll
Walter de Gruyter, 2012
1732012
Assessing British sign language development: Receptive skills test
R Herman, B Woll, S Holmes
Forest Bookshop, 1999
166*1999
Aphasia in a user of British Sign Language: Dissociation between sign and gesture
J Marshall, J Atkinson, E Smulovitch, A Thacker, B Woll
Cognitive neuropsychology 21 (5), 537-554, 2004
1562004
Dissociating linguistic and nonlinguistic gestural communication in the brain
M MacSweeney, R Campbell, B Woll, V Giampietro, AS David, ...
Neuroimage 22 (4), 1605-1618, 2004
1502004
Phonological processing in deaf signers and the impact of age of first language acquisition
M MacSweeney, D Waters, MJ Brammer, B Woll, U Goswami
Neuroimage 40 (3), 1369-1379, 2008
1482008
Silent speechreading in the absence of scanner noise: an event-related fMRI study
M MacSweeney, E Amaro, GA Calvert, R Campbell, AS David, P McGuire, ...
Neuroreport 11 (8), 1729-1733, 2000
1432000
Deaf communities
B Woll, P Ladd
Oxford handbook of deaf studies, language, and education, 151-163, 2003
1412003
The road to language learning is iconic: Evidence from British Sign Language
RL Thompson, DP Vinson, B Woll, G Vigliocco
Psychological science 23 (12), 1443-1448, 2012
1402012
ü*:****** THE SIGN THAT DARES TO SPEAK ITS NAME: ECHO* PHONOLOGY IN BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE (BSL)
B Woll
1302001
Dispersed activation in the left temporal cortex for speech-reading in congenitally deaf people
M MacSweeney, R Campbell, GA Calvert, PK McGuire, AS David, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
1212001
Why do mothers cradle babies on their left?
JS Sieratzki, B Woll
The Lancet 347 (9017), 1746-1748, 1996
1201996
Interaction and childhood deafness
C Gallaway, B Woll
Cambridge UP, 1994
1151994
Directions in sign language acquisition
G Morgan, B Woll
John Benjamins Publishing, 2002
1142002
Frequency distribution and spreading behavior of different types of mouth actions in three sign languages
OA Crasborn, E Van Der Kooij, D Waters, B Woll, J Mesch
Sign Language & Linguistics 11 (1), 45-67, 2008
1132008
Neural correlates of British sign language comprehension: spatial processing demands of topographic language
M MacSweeney, B Woll, R Campbell, GA Calvert, PK McGuire, AS David, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 14 (7), 1064-1075, 2002
1102002
Speechreading circuits in people born deaf
M MacSweeney, GA Calvert, R Campbell, PK McGuire, AS David, ...
Neuropsychologia 40 (7), 801-807, 2002
1052002
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