Ece Demir-Lira
Ece Demir-Lira
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences, DeLTA Center, University of Iowa
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Vocabulary, syntax, and narrative development in typically developing children and children with early unilateral brain injury: Early parental talk about the “there-and-then …
ÖE Demir, ML Rowe, G Heller, S Goldin-Meadow, SC Levine
Developmental Psychology 51 (2), 161, 2015
14 Studying Gesture
EA Cartmill, ÖE Demir, S Goldin-Meadow
Research Methods in Child, 208, 2012
Effects of age and language on co-speech gesture production: an investigation of French, American, and Italian children's narratives
JM Colletta, M Guidetti, O Capirci, C Cristilli, OE Demir, ...
Journal of child language 42 (1), 122-145, 2015
When speech is ambiguous, gesture steps in: Sensitivity to discourse-pragmatic principles in early childhood
WC So, ÖE Demir, S Goldin-Meadow
Applied Psycholinguistics 31 (1), 209-224, 2010
Narrative skill in children with early unilateral brain injury: A possible limit to functional plasticity
ÖE Demir, SC Levine, S Goldin‐Meadow
Developmental Science 13 (4), 636-647, 2010
Narrative processing in typically developing children and children with early unilateral brain injury: Seeing gesture matters.
ÖE Demir, JA Fisher, S Goldin-Meadow, SC Levine
Developmental psychology 50 (3), 815, 2014
Early-life stress exposure associated with altered prefrontal resting-state fMRI connectivity in young children
ÖE Demir-Lira, JL Voss, JT O’Neil, MJ Briggs-Gowan, LS Wakschlag, ...
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 19, 107-114, 2016
A tale of two hands: Children's early gesture use in narrative production predicts later narrative structure in speech
ÖE Demir, SC Levine, S Goldin-Meadow
Journal of Child Language 42 (3), 662-681, 2015
Turkish-and English-speaking children display sensitivity to perceptual context in the referring expressions they produce in speech and gesture
ÖE Demir, WC So, A Özyürek, S Goldin-Meadow
Language and cognitive processes 27 (6), 844-867, 2012
Thirteen‐and 18‐month‐old infants recognize when they need referential information
A Vaish, ÖE Demir, D Baldwin
Social Development 20 (3), 431-449, 2011
Parents’ talk about letters with their young children
R Treiman, J Schmidt, K Decker, S Robins, SC Levine, ÖE Demir
Child development 86 (5), 1406-1418, 2015
Parental socioeconomic status and the neural basis of arithmetic: differential relations to verbal and visuo‐spatial representations
ÖE Demir, J Prado, JR Booth
Developmental science 18 (5), 799-814, 2015
The differential role of verbal and spatial working memory in the neural basis of arithmetic
ÖE Demir, J Prado, JR Booth
Developmental neuropsychology 39 (6), 440-458, 2014
Reading skill–fractional anisotropy relationships in visuospatial tracts diverge depending on socioeconomic status
MM Gullick, ÖE Demir‐Lira, JR Booth
Developmental science 19 (4), 673-685, 2016
Neural correlates of math gains vary depending on parental socioeconomic status (SES)
ÖE Demir-Lira, J Prado, JR Booth
Frontiers in psychology 7, 892, 2016
Children's early decontextualized talk predicts academic language proficiency in midadolescence
P Uccelli, ÖE Demir‐Lira, ML Rowe, S Levine, S Goldin‐Meadow
Child development, 2018
The pace of vocabulary growth during preschool predicts cortical structure at school age
SS Asaridou, ÖE Demir-Lira, S Goldin-Meadow, SL Small
Neuropsychologia 98, 13-23, 2017
Cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying socioeconomic gradients in language development: New answers to old questions
ÖE Demir, AC Küntay
Child Development Perspectives 8 (2), 113-118, 2014
The story behind parent-child book-reading interactions: Specific relations to later language and reading outcomes
ÖE Demir, L Applebaum, SC Levine, K Petty, S Goldin-Meadow
Proceedings of the... Annual Boston University Conference on Language …, 2011
A tale of two hands: Development of narrative structure inchildren's speech and gesture and its relation to later reading skill
OE Demir
The University of Chicago, 2009
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