Gabriella Vigliocco

Experimental psychology University College London, London, United Kingdom 
"Gabriella Vigliocco"
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Carlo Semenza grad student


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Robert E J Adam grad student UCL (LinguisTree)
Marta Ponari post-doc 2011-2014 (PsychTree)
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Montefinese M, Vinson D, Vigliocco G, et al. (2019) Italian Age of Acquisition Norms for a Large Set of Words (ItAoA). Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 278
Ponari M, Norbury CF, Rotaru A, et al. (2018) Learning abstract words and concepts: insights from developmental language disorder. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 373
Vigliocco G, Ponari M, Norbury C. (2018) Learning and Processing Abstract Words and Concepts: Insights From Typical and Atypical Development. Topics in Cognitive Science
Ponari M, Norbury CF, Vigliocco G. (2017) Acquisition of abstract concepts is influenced by emotional valence. Developmental Science
Vinson D, Perniss P, Fox N, et al. (2016) Comprehending Sentences With the Body: Action Compatibility in British Sign Language? Cognitive Science
Ponari M, Rodríguez-Cuadrado S, Vinson D, et al. (2015) Processing Advantage for Emotional Words in Bilingual Speakers. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Meteyard L, Stoppard E, Snudden D, et al. (2015) When semantics aids phonology: A processing advantage for iconic word forms in aphasia. Neuropsychologia
Frank SL, Otten LJ, Galli G, et al. (2015) The ERP response to the amount of information conveyed by words in sentences. Brain and Language. 140: 1-11
Vinson D, Thompson RL, Skinner R, et al. (2015) A faster path between meaning and form? Iconicity facilitates sign recognition and production in British Sign Language Journal of Memory and Language. 82: 56-85
Speed LJ, Vinson DP, Vigliocco G. (2015) Representing meaning Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics. 39: 190-211
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