Allegra Cattani
Allegra Cattani
Senior Research Fellow, University of Plymouth
Verified email at plymouth.ac.uk - Homepage
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How much exposure to English is necessary for a bilingual toddler to perform like a monolingual peer in language tests?
A Cattani, K Abbot-Smith, R Farag, A Krott, F Arreckx, I Dennis, C Floccia
International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders 49 (6), 649-671, 2014
1042014
Teaching sign language to hearing children as a possible factor in cognitive enhancement
O Capirci, A Cattani, P Rossini, V Volterra
The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 3 (2), 135-142, 1998
891998
Explicit and implicit processes in multicue judgment
JSBT Evans, J Clibbens, A Cattani, A Harris, I Dennis
Memory & Cognition 31 (4), 608-618, 2003
482003
Communicative and linguistic development in preterm children: a longitudinal study from 12 to 24 months
A Cattani, S Bonifacio, M Fertz, JM Iverson, E Zocconi, MC Caselli
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 45 (2), 162-173, 2010
462010
Monodialectal and multidialectal infants's representation of familiar words
S Durrant, C Delle Luche, A Cattani, C Floccia
Journal of Child Language 42, 447-465, 2014
342014
A Cross-Cultural Study of Acceptance and use of robotics in future psychology practitioners
D Conti, A Cattani, S Di Nuovo, A Di Nuovo
ROMAN 2015, 24th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive …, 2015
332015
I: INTRODUCTION
C Floccia, TD Sambrook, C Delle Luche, R Kwok, J Goslin, L White, ...
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development 83 (1), 7-29, 2018
27*2018
The impact of language on the expression and assessment of pain in children
PM Azize, A Humphreys, A Cattani
Intensive and Critical Care Nursing 27 (5), 235-243, 2011
252011
Visual memory for shapes in deaf signers and nonsigners and in hearing signers and nonsigners: Atypical lateralization and enhancement.
A Cattani, J Clibbens, TJ Perfect
Neuropsychology 21 (1), 114-131, 2007
242007
Atypical lateralization of memory for location: Effects of deafness and sign language use
A Cattani, J Clibbens
Brain and Cognition 58 (2), 226-239, 2005
212005
Cultural responses to pain in UK children of primary school age: A mixed‐methods study
PM Azize, R Endacott, A Cattani, A Humphreys
Nursing & Health Sciences 16 (2), 186-192, 2014
112014
Are future psychologists willing to accept and use a humanoid robot in their practice? Italian and English students’ perspective
D Conti, A Cattani, S Di Nuovo, A Di Nuovo
Frontiers in psychology 10, 2138, 2019
92019
L'uso dei termini mentali in differenti contesti interattivi
M Zanobini, A Scopesi, A Cattani
Processi comunicativi e linguistici nei bambini e negli adulti: prospettive …, 1998
81998
La lingua dei segni come seconda lingua nella scuola elementare
O Capirci, A Cattani, P Rossini, V Volterra
Psicologia clinica dello sviluppo 1 (2), 301-312, 1997
71997
Decreased attention to object size information in scale errors performers
BJ Grzyb, A Cangelosi, A Cattani, C Floccia
Infant Behavior and Development 47, 72-82, 2017
42017
Children's scale errors: A by‐product of lexical development?
BJ Grzyb, A Cangelosi, A Cattani, C Floccia
Developmental science 22 (2), e12741, 2019
32019
Children in a wonderland: How language and scale errors may be linked
BJ Grzyb, A Cattani, A Cangelosi, C Floccia
4th International Conference on Development and Learning and on Epigenetic …, 2014
32014
Gestures and words in naming: evidence from crosslinguistic and crosscultural comparison
A Cattani, C Floccia, E Kidd, P Pettenati, D Onofrio, V Volterra
Language Learning 69 (3), 709-746, 2019
22019
Assessing bilingual children: a survey of professional practices in the UK
E Oxley, A Cattani, V Chondrogianni, L White, C De Cat
OSF Preprints, 2019
12019
Perceived language proficiency and pain assessment by registered and student nurses in native English‐speaking and EAL children aged 4‐7 years
PM Azize, A Cattani, R Endacott
Journal of Clinical Nursing 27, 1081-1093, 2018
12018
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