Aparna Nadig
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Evidence of perspective-taking constraints in children's on-line reference resolution
AS Nadig, JC Sedivy
Psychological Science 13 (4), 329-336, 2002
4992002
A prospective study of response to name in infants at risk for autism
AS Nadig, S Ozonoff, GS Young, A Rozga, M Sigman, SJ Rogers
Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine 161 (4), 378-383, 2007
2932007
How does the topic of conversation affect verbal exchange and eye gaze? A comparison between typical development and high-functioning autism
A Nadig, I Lee, L Singh, K Bosshart, S Ozonoff
Neuropsychologia 48 (9), 2730-2739, 2010
1372010
What do children with autism attend to during imitation tasks?
G Vivanti, A Nadig, S Ozonoff, SJ Rogers
Journal of experimental child psychology 101 (3), 186-205, 2008
1372008
Acoustic and perceptual measurement of expressive prosody in high-functioning autism: Increased pitch range and what it means to listeners
A Nadig, H Shaw
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 42 (4), 499-511, 2012
1092012
Intact and impaired mechanisms of action understanding in autism.
G Vivanti, C McCormick, GS Young, F Abucayan, N Hatt, A Nadig, ...
Developmental psychology 47 (3), 841, 2011
1082011
Music improves social communication and auditory–motor connectivity in children with autism
M Sharda, C Tuerk, R Chowdhury, K Jamey, N Foster, M Custo-Blanch, ...
Translational psychiatry 8 (1), 1-13, 2018
712018
Brief report: conveying subjective experience in conversation: production of mental state terms and personal narratives in individuals with high functioning autism
J Bang, J Burns, A Nadig
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 43 (7), 1732-1740, 2013
512013
Adaptation of object descriptions to a partner under increasing communicative demands: A comparison of children with and without autism
A Nadig, G Vivanti, S Ozonoff
Autism Research 2 (6), 334-347, 2009
50*2009
Children’s referential understanding of novel words and parent labeling behaviors: similarities across children with and without autism spectrum disorders
HB Hani, AM Gonzalez-Barrero, AS Nadig
Journal of Child Language 40 (5), 971-1002, 2013
422013
Listening comprehension
A Nadig
Encyclopedia of autism spectrum disorders 1743, 2013
412013
Improving emergent literacy with school-based shared reading: Paper versus ebooks
S Rvachew, K Rees, E Carolan, A Nadig
International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction 12, 24-29, 2017
402017
Learning language in autism: Maternal linguistic input contributes to later vocabulary
J Bang, A Nadig
Autism Research 8 (2), 214-223, 2015
392015
Can bilingualism mitigate set‐shifting difficulties in children with autism spectrum disorders?
AM Gonzalez‐Barrero, AS Nadig
Child Development 90 (4), 1043-1060, 2019
332019
Bilingual children with autism spectrum disorders: The impact of amount of language exposure on vocabulary and morphological skills at school age
AM Gonzalez‐Barrero, A Nadig
Autism Research 11 (12), 1667-1678, 2018
242018
Examining the relationship between self-determination and quality of life in young adults with autism spectrum disorder
K White, TD Flanagan, A Nadig
Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities 30 (6), 735-754, 2018
212018
Global similarities and multifaceted differences in the production of partner-specific referential pacts by adults with autism spectrum disorders
A Nadig, S Seth, M Sasson
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1888, 2015
172015
Reduced sensitivity to context in language comprehension: A characteristic of Autism Spectrum Disorders or of poor structural language ability?
M Eberhardt, A Nadig
Research in developmental disabilities 72, 284-296, 2018
152018
Verbal fluency in bilingual children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
AM Gonzalez-Barrero, A Nadig
Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 7 (3-4), 460-475, 2017
132017
The development of discourse constraints on the interpretation of adjectives
A Nadig, J Sedivy, A Joshi, H Bortfeld
Proceedings of the 27th annual Boston University conference on language …, 2003
132003
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