Jennie E Pyers
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Complements to cognition: A longitudinal study of the relationship between complex syntax and false-belief-understanding
JG De Villiers, JE Pyers
Cognitive development 17 (1), 1037-1060, 2002
The source of enhanced cognitive control in bilinguals: Evidence from bimodal bilinguals
K Emmorey, G Luk, JE Pyers, E Bialystok
Psychological science 19 (12), 1201-1206, 2008
Language promotes false-belief understanding: Evidence from learners of a new sign language
JE Pyers, A Senghas
Psychological science 20 (7), 805-812, 2009
A cognitive/functional perspective on the acquisition of “classifiers”
DI Slobin, N Hoiting, M Kuntze, R Lindert, A Weinberg, J Pyers, M Anthony, ...
Perspectives on classifier constructions in sign languages, 281-306, 2003
Complementing cognition: The relationship between language and theory of mind
JG de Villiers, J Pyers
Proceedings of the 21st Annual Boston Conference on Language Development, 1997
Evidence from an emerging sign language reveals that language supports spatial cognition
JE Pyers, A Shusterman, A Senghas, ES Spelke, K Emmorey
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (27), 12116-12120, 2010
The emergence of Nicaraguan Sign Language: Questions of development, acquisition, and evolution
RJ Senghas, A Senghas, JE Pyers
Biology and knowledge revisited, 305-324, 2014
Language and theory of mind in oral deaf children
E Gale, P de Villiers, J de Villiers, J Pyers
Proceedings of the 20th annual Boston University conference on language …, 1996
The face of bimodal bilingualism: Grammatical markers in American Sign Language are produced when bilinguals speak to English monolinguals
JE Pyers, K Emmorey
Psychological science 19 (6), 531-535, 2008
Bimodal bilinguals reveal the source of tip-of-the-tongue states
JE Pyers, TH Gollan, K Emmorey
Cognition 112 (2), 323-329, 2009
Sign language transcription at the level of meaning components: The Berkeley Transcription System (BTS)
DI Slobin, N Hoiting, M Anthony, Y Biederman, M Kuntze, R Lindert, ...
Sign Language & Linguistics 4 (1-2), 63-104, 2001
The road to language learning is not entirely iconic: Iconicity, neighborhood density, and frequency facilitate acquisition of sign language
NK Caselli, JE Pyers
Psychological science 28 (7), 979-987, 2017
Relations between language and cognition in native‐signing children with autism spectrum disorder
A Shield, J Pyers, A Martin, H Tager‐Flusberg
Autism Research 9 (12), 1304-1315, 2016
Referential shift in Nicaraguan Sign Language: A transition from lexical to spatial devices
A Kocab, J Pyers, A Senghas
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1540, 2015
Complementation and false-belief representation
P de Villiers, J Pyers
Research in Child Language Acquisition: Proceedings of the 8th Conference of …, 2001
Viewpoint in the visual-spatial modality: The coordination of spatial perspective
JE Pyers, P Perniss, K Emmorey
Spatial Cognition & Computation 15 (3), 143-169, 2015
Reported action in Nicaraguan and American Sign Languages: Emerging versus established systems
JE Pyers, A Senghas
Visible variation: Comparative studies on sign language structure 188, 279, 2007
The relationship between language and false-belief understanding: Evidence from learners of an emerging sign language in Nicaragua
JE Pyers
University of California, Berkeley, 2004
Indicating the body: Expression of body part terminology in American Sign Language
JE Pyers
Language Sciences 28 (2-3), 280-303, 2006
Degree and not type of iconicity affects sign language vocabulary acquisition.
NK Caselli, JE Pyers
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 46 (1), 127, 2020
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