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Deanna Gagne
Deanna Gagne
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Vertical representation of quantifier domains
K Davidson, D Gagne
Proceedings of sinn und bedeutung 18, 110-127, 2014
212014
Visible social interactions do not support the development of false belief understanding in the absence of linguistic input: Evidence from deaf adult homesigners
DL Gagne, M Coppola
Frontiers in psychology 8, 837, 2017
182017
With a little help from my friends: The contributions of a peer language network on the conventionalization of space in an emerging language
DL Gagne
142017
The role of culture and language for numerical cognition
A Bender, S Beller, KA Overmann, C Everett, D Gagne, M Coppola, ...
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
32014
25 Literacy in Emerging Sign Language Communities
DL Gagne, M Coppola
The Oxford Handbook of Deaf Studies in Literacy, 355, 2020
22020
Theory of Mind Without a Language Model: Effects of Social Experience, Education and Language Exposure
Deanna L gagne
University of Connecticut, 2015
22015
Disentangling language and education effects on false belief understanding: Evidence from homesigners, signers, and unschooled spanish speakers
D Gagne, M Coppola
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
22014
“More is up” for domain restriction in ASL
K Davidson, D Gagne
Manuscript, Harvard University and Gallaudet University, 2019
12019
Learning ASL as a Late Second Language Depends on the Strength of the First Language Foundation
K Kraus, D Gagne
2021
False Belief Understanding Requires Language Experience
D Gagne, S Goico, J Pyers, M Coppola
2019
WHO chased the bird? Narrative cohesion in Nicaraguan signing
M Coppola, D Gagne, A Senghas
LSA Annual Meeting Extended Abstracts 4, 12-1-5, 2013
2013
A gestural basis for the use of height to convey set size in sign languages
D Gagne, K Davidson, A Durkin
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