Amy Lederberg
Amy Lederberg
Regents' Professor
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Language and literacy development of deaf and hard-of-hearing children: Successes and challenges.
AR Lederberg, B Schick, PE Spencer
Developmental psychology 49 (1), 15, 2013
3742013
Parenting stress and social support in hearing mothers of deaf and hearing children: A longitudinal study
AR Lederberg, T Golbach
Journal of deaf studies and deaf education 7 (4), 330-345, 2002
2392002
The effect of hearing impairment on the quality of attachment and mother‐toddler interaction
AR Lederberg, CE Mobley
Child development 61 (5), 1596-1604, 1990
2191990
Conversations between deaf children and their hearing mothers: Pragmatic and dialogic characteristics
AR Lederberg, VS Everhart
Journal of deaf studies and deaf education 5 (4), 303-322, 2000
1542000
Emergent literacy skills during early childhood in children with hearing loss: Strengths and weaknesses
EM Miller, JP Bergeron, C Connor
Volta Review 108, 91-114, 2008
1412008
Communication between deaf children and their hearing mothers: The role of language, gesture, and vocalizations
AR Lederberg, VS Everhart
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 41 (4), 887-899, 1998
1371998
Word‐learning skills of deaf preschoolers: The development of novel mapping and rapid word‐learning strategies
AR Lederberg, AK Prezbindowski, PE Spencer
Child development 71 (6), 1571-1585, 2000
1332000
The development of the ability to recognize the meaning of iconic signs
TD Tolar, AR Lederberg, S Gokhale, M Tomasello
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 13 (2), 225-240, 2008
1282008
A structural model of algebra achievement: computational fluency and spatial visualisation as mediators of the effect of working memory on algebra achievement
TD Tolar, AR Lederberg, JM Fletcher
Educational Psychology 29 (2), 239-266, 2009
1202009
Vocabulary development of deaf and hard of hearing children
AR Lederberg, PE Spencer
Context, cognition, and deafness, 88-112, 2001
962001
Different modes, different models: Communication and language of young deaf children and their mothers
PE Spencer, A Lederberg
Communication and language acquisition: Discoveries from atypical …, 1997
901997
Phonological awareness: Explicit instruction for young deaf and hard-of-hearing children
EM Miller, AR Lederberg, SR Easterbrooks
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 18 (2), 206-227, 2013
872013
Joint attention in deaf and hearing 22 month-old children and their hearing mothers
AK Prezbindowski, LB Adamson, AR Lederberg
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 19 (3), 377-387, 1998
871998
The impact of Child Development Associate training on the beliefs and practices of preschool teachers
MJ Heisner, AR Lederberg
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 26 (2), 227-236, 2011
832011
Building the alphabetic principle in young children who are deaf or hard of hearing
JP Bergeron, AR Lederberg, SR Easterbrooks, EM Miller, CM Connor
Volta Review 109 (2-3), 87-119, 2009
822009
Word-learning abilities in deaf and hard-of-hearing preschoolers: Effect of lexicon size and language modality
AR Lederberg, PE Spencer
Journal of deaf studies and deaf education 14 (1), 44-62, 2009
822009
Grapheme–phoneme acquisition of deaf preschoolers
JS Beal-Alvarez, AR Lederberg, SR Easterbrooks
Journal of deaf studies and deaf education 17 (1), 39-60, 2012
802012
Impact of child deafness on mother-toddler interaction: Strengths and weaknesses
AR Lederberg, AK Prezbindowski
The deaf child in the family and at school: Essays in honor of Kathryn P …, 2000
802000
Improving retention for principles of accounting students: Ultra-short online tutorials for motivating effort and improving performance
CS Sargent, AF Borthick, AR Lederberg
Issues in Accounting Education 26 (4), 657-679, 2011
792011
Vocabulary assessment of deaf and hard-of-hearing children from infancy through the preschool years
AK Prezbindowski, AR Lederberg
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 8 (4), 383-400, 2003
772003
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