Andrea Zukowski
1401 Marie Mount Hall
Linguistics Department
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20782
(301) 405-5388
zukowski@glue.umd.edu

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Papers

New! Zukowski, A. and Larsen, J. (under review). Wanna contraction in typical children and people with Williams syndrome. pdf

Zukowski, A. (in press). Elicited production of relative clauses reflects intact grammatical knowledge in Williams syndrome. Language and Cognitive Processes. pdf

Zukowski, A. (2005). Knowledge of constraints on compounding in children and adolescents with Williams Syndrome. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 48, 79–92. pdf

Zukowski, A. (2004). Investigating knowledge of complex syntax: Insights from experimental studies of Williams Syndrome. In M. Rice and S. Warren (Eds.), Developmental Language Disorders: From Phenotypes to Etiologies. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.pdf

Landau, B. & Zukowski, A. (2003). Objects, motions, and paths: Spatial language in children with Williams Syndrome. Developmental Neuropsychology, 23 (1 and 2), 107-139.

Zukowski, A. and Larsen, J. (in preparation). Tags are learnable, aren't they?: Tag question polarity in typical and atypical development.

Zukowski, A. and Larsen, J. (in preparation). The production and judgment of sentences that we fill their gaps.

Treiman, R. & Zukowski, A. (1996). Children's sensitivity to syllables, onsets, rimes, and phonemes. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 61, 193-215.

Treiman, R., Zukowski, A., & Richmond-Welty, E. D. (1995). What happened to the "n" of sink? Children's spellings of final consonant clusters. Cognition, 55, 1-38.

Treiman, R., Cassar, M., & Zukowski, A. (1994). What types of linguistic information do children use in spelling?: The case of flaps. Child Development, 65, 1310-1329.

Treiman, R. & Zukowski, A. (1991). Levels of phonological awareness. In S. Brady & D. Shankweiler (Eds.), Phonological Processes in Literacy: A Tribute to Isabelle P. Liberman. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Treiman, R. & Zukowski, A. (1990). Toward an understanding of English syllabification. Journal of Memory and Language, 29, 66-85.

Treiman, R. & Zukowski, A. (1988). Units in reading and spelling. Journal of Memory and Language, 27, 466-477.

 

Thesis

Zukowski, A. (2001). Uncovering Grammatical Competence in Children with Williams Syndrome. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Boston University. pdf

 

Recent Presentations

Zukowski, A. and Larsen, J. (2004). Tags are learnable, aren't they?: The status of polarity in children's tag question rules. Poster presented at the Boston University Conference on Language Development, November.

Zukowski, A. and Larsen, J. (2004). The production of sentences that we fill their gaps. Poster presented at the CUNY Sentence Processing Conference, April (University of Maryland).

Zukowski, A. (2002). Williams Syndrome: Fact, fiction and findings relevant to understanding language acquisition. Invited colloquium, University of Delaware, November.

Zukowski, A. (2001). Reconciling Morphosyntactic Abilities in Williams Syndrome. Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York, March 2001.

Zukowski, A. (2001). Relative Clause Production in Williams Syndrome: A Competence System/Performance System Distinction. Poster presented at the CUNY Sentence Processing Conference, March (University of Pennsylvania).

Zukowski, A., D. Schwartz & B. Landau. (1999). Spatial language and spatial cognition: Evidence from Williams syndrome. Paper presented at the Boston University Conference on Language Development, November (Boston University).

Zukowski, A. & D. Schwartz. (1999). Comprehension and production of spatial prepositions in Williams syndrome. Poster presented at the Northeastern Conference on Cognitive Science (University of Pennsylvania).

Zukowski, A. & Landau, B. (1998). Spatial language in Williams syndrome. Paper presented at the Boston University Conference on Language Development, November (Boston University).