Laura Lakusta
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Starting at the end: The importance of goals in spatial language
L Lakusta, B Landau
Cognition 96 (1), 1-33, 2005
Past tense formation in Williams syndrome
MSC Thomas, J Grant, Z Barham, M Gsödl, E Laing, L Lakusta, LK Tyler, ...
Language and Cognitive processes 16 (2-3), 143-176, 2001
A first step in form‐based category abstraction by 12‐month‐old infants
RL Gómez, L Lakusta
Developmental science 7 (5), 567-580, 2004
Conceptual foundations of spatial language: Evidence for a goal bias in infants
L Lakusta, L Wagner, K O'Hearn, B Landau
Language learning and development 3 (3), 179-197, 2007
Language and memory for motion events: Origins of the asymmetry between source and goal paths
L Lakusta, B Landau
Cognitive science 36 (3), 517-544, 2012
Impaired geometric reorientation caused by genetic defect
L Lakusta, B Dessalegn, B Landau
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (7), 2813-2817, 2010
The role of verbal repetition in the development of infant speech preferences from 4 to 14 months of age
GW McRoberts, C McDonough, L Lakusta
Infancy 14 (2), 162-194, 2009
Spatial representation across species: Geometry, language, and maps
B Landau, L Lakusta
Current opinion in neurobiology 19 (1), 12-19, 2009
Twelve-month-old infants’ encoding of goal and source paths in agentive and non-agentive motion events
L Lakusta, S Carey
Language Learning and Development 11 (2), 152-175, 2015
Using language to navigate the infant mind
L Wagner, L Lakusta
Perspectives on Psychological Science 4 (2), 177-184, 2009
Source and goal asymmetry in non-linguistic motion event representations
LM Lakusta
The Johns Hopkins University, 2006
The relationship between pre-verbal event representations and semantic structures: The case of goal and source paths
L Lakusta, D Spinelli, K Garcia
Cognition 164, 174-187, 2017
The intention-to-CAUSE bias: Evidence from children’s causal language
P Muentener, L Lakusta
Cognition 119 (3), 341-355, 2011
Spatial language and spatial representation: Autonomy and interaction
B Landau, L Lakusta
Space in Languages, 309-333, 2006
And, the winner is… a visual preference for endpoints over starting points in infants’ motion event representations
L Lakusta, S DiFabrizio
Infancy 22 (3), 323-343, 2017
Does making something move matter? Representations of goals and sources in motion events with causal sources
L Lakusta, P Muentener, L Petrillo, N Mullanaphy, L Muniz
Cognitive Science 41 (3), 814-826, 2017
Deficits in adults with autism spectrum disorders when processing multiple objects in dynamic scenes
K O'Hearn, L Lakusta, E Schroer, N Minshew, B Luna
Autism Research 4 (2), 132-142, 2011
Crosslinguistic evidence for a goal/source asymmetry: The case of Japanese
L Lakusta, H Yoshida, B Landau, L Smith
Poster presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, Kyoto, Japan, 2006
Specialization, breakdown, and sparing in spatial cognition: Lessons from Williams syndrome
B Landau, JE Hoffman, JE Reiss, DD Dilks, L Lakusta, G Chunyo
Williams-Beuren syndrome: Research, evaluation, and treatment, 207-236, 2005
Atypical linguistic and socio-communicative development in toddlers with Williams syndrome
E Laing, G Butterworth, D Ansari, M Gsödl, E Laing, Z Barnham, L Lakusta, ...
Developmental Science 5 (2), 233-246, 2002
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