Imme Lammertink
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Statistical learning in specific language impairment: A meta-analysis
I Lammertink, P Boersma, F Wijnen, J Rispens
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 60 (12), 3474-3486, 2017
Symbouki: a meta‐analysis on the emergence of sound symbolism in early language acquisition
M Fort, I Lammertink, S Peperkamp, A Guevara‐Rukoz, P Fikkert, S Tsuji
Developmental science 21 (5), e12659, 2018
Children with developmental language disorder have an auditory verbal statistical learning deficit: Evidence from an online measure
I Lammertink, P Boersma, F Wijnen, J Rispens
Language Learning 70 (1), 137-178, 2020
Dutch and English toddlers’ use of linguistic cues in predicting upcoming turn transitions
I Lammertink, M Casillas, T Benders, B Post, P Fikkert
Frontiers in Psychology 6 (495), 274-291, 2015
Auditory statistical learning in children: Novel insights from an online measure
I Lammertink, M Van Witteloostuijn, P Boersma, F Wijnen, J Rispens
Applied Psycholinguistics 40 (2), 279-302, 2019
Visuospatial sequence learning on the serial reaction time task modulates the P1 event‐related potential
JAG Lum, I Lammertink, GM Clark, I Fuelscher, C Hyde, PG Enticott, ...
Psychophysiology 56 (2), e13292, 2019
Visual statistical learning in children with and without DLD and its relation to literacy in children with DLD
I Lammertink, P Boersma, J Rispens, F Wijnen
Reading and Writing 33, 1557-1589, 2020
Statistical learning in the visuomotor domain and its relation to grammatical proficiency in children with and without developmental language disorder: A conceptual replication …
I Lammertink, P Boersma, F Wijnen, J Rispens
Language Learning and Development 16 (4), 426-450, 2020
Assessing visual statistical learning in early-school-aged children: The usefulness of an online reaction time measure
M Van Witteloostuijn, I Lammertink, P Boersma, F Wijnen, J Rispens
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 2051, 2019
Titia Benders, Brechtje Post, and Paula Fikkert. 2015. Dutch and English Toddlers' Use of Linguistic Cues in Predicting Upcoming Turn Transitions
I Lammertink, M Casillas
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 495, 2015
Joint attention in the context of hearing loss: A meta-analysis and narrative synthesis
I Lammertink, D Hermans, A Stevens, H Van Bakel, H Knoors, C Vissers, ...
Journal of deaf studies and deaf education 27 (1), 1-15, 2022
SymBuki: A meta-analysis on the sound-symbolic bouba-kiki effect in infants and toddlers
I Lammertink, M Fort, S Peperkamp, P Fikkert, A Guevara-Rukoz, S Tsuji
Poster presented at the XXI Biennial International Congress of Infant …, 2016
Word-level spelling of children with dyslexia and developmental language disorder
E de Bree, I Lammertink, M van Witteloostuijn, J Rispens
Stem-, Spraak-en Taalpathologie 27, 24-52, 2022
Detecting patterns-Relating statistical learning to language proficiency in children with and without developmental language disorder
Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics, 2020
Turn-taking bij jonge kinderen: Zinsbouw, zinsmelodie en turn-taking bij jonge kinderen
I Lammertink, M Casillas, T Benders, B Post, P Fikkert
Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Logopedie 88, 2016
Speech Perception in Children with a Cleft Palate: Preliminary Data
P Fikkert, I Lammertink
Proceedings of the 40th Annual Boston University Conference on Language …, 2016
Learnability effects in children: Are languages with more systematic structure easier to learn?
I Lammertink, J Verhagen, J Rispens, L Raviv
the 4th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Advances in …, 2022
You and I: Using epistemic cues to predict who will talk next in conversation
I Lammertink, M De Vries, CF Rowland, M Casillas
Many Paths to Language (MPaL 2020), 2020
How the Brain Learns Language: an Exploration of The Brain Areas Involved in Statistical Language Learning.
IL Lammertink, G Clark, J Rispens, J Lum
CogSci, 3304, 2019
Statistisch leren bij kinderen met TOS
I Lammertink, J Rispens
Van Horen Zeggen-online, 2018
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