Courtney E. Venker
Courtney E. Venker
Assistant Professor, Michigan State University
Zweryfikowany adres z msu.edu
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Increasing verbal responsiveness in parents of children with autism: A pilot study
CE Venker, A McDuffie, S Ellis Weismer, L Abbeduto
Autism 16 (6), 568-585, 2012
932012
Lexical and grammatical skills in toddlers on the autism spectrum compared to late talking toddlers
SE Weismer, MA Gernsbacher, S Stronach, C Karasinski, ER Eernisse, ...
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 41 (8), 1065-1075, 2011
762011
Trajectories of autism severity in early childhood
CE Venker, CE Ray-Subramanian, DM Bolt, SE Weismer
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 44 (3), 546-563, 2014
652014
Individual differences in the real‐time comprehension of children with ASD
CE Venker, ER Eernisse, JR Saffran, SE Weismer
Autism Research 6 (5), 417-432, 2013
522013
Fast mapping in late-talking toddlers
SE Weismer, CE Venker, JL Evans, MJ Moyle
Applied Psycholinguistics 34 (1), 69-89, 2013
492013
An open conversation on using eye-gaze methods in studies of neurodevelopmental disorders
CE Venker, ST Kover
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 58 (6), 1719-1732, 2015
412015
Parent telegraphic speech use and spoken language in preschoolers with ASD
CE Venker, DM Bolt, A Meyer, H Sindberg, S Ellis Weismer, ...
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 58 (6), 1733-1746, 2015
332015
Lexical processing in toddlers with ASD: Does weak central coherence play a role?
SE Weismer, E Haebig, J Edwards, J Saffran, CE Venker
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 46 (12), 3755-3769, 2016
142016
Comparing automatic eye tracking and manual gaze coding methods in young children with autism spectrum disorder
CE Venker, R Pomper, T Mahr, J Edwards, J Saffran, S Ellis Weismer
Autism Research 13 (2), 271-283, 2020
132020
Spoken word recognition in children with autism spectrum disorder: The role of visual disengagement
CE Venker
Autism 21 (7), 821-829, 2017
132017
Brief report: Fast mapping predicts differences in concurrent and later language abilities among children with ASD
CE Venker, ST Kover, SE Weismer
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 46 (3), 1118-1123, 2016
122016
Cross-situational and ostensive word learning in children with and without autism spectrum disorder
CE Venker
Cognition 183, 181-191, 2019
102019
Thinking ahead: Incremental language processing is associated with receptive language abilities in preschoolers with autism spectrum disorder
CE Venker, J Edwards, JR Saffran, SE Weismer
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 49 (3), 1011-1023, 2019
92019
Brief Report: Early lexical comprehension in young children with ASD: Comparing eye-gaze methodology and parent report
CE Venker, E Haebig, J Edwards, JR Saffran, SE Weismer
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 46 (6), 2260-2266, 2016
92016
Statistical word learning and non-social visual attention in children with autism
CE Venker
The University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2013
72013
An investigation into maternal use of telegraphic input to children with Down syndrome
E Lorang, CE Venker, A Sterling
Journal of child language 47 (1), 225-249, 2020
52020
Using telegraphic input with children with language delays: A survey of speech-language pathologists' practices and perspectives
CE Venker, M Yasick, J McDaniel
American journal of speech-language pathology 28 (2), 676-696, 2019
32019
Auditory–visual misalignment: A theoretical perspective on vocabulary delays in children with ASD
CE Venker, A Bean, ST Kover
Autism Research 11 (12), 1621-1628, 2018
32018
Competing Perceptual Salience in a Visual Word Recognition Task Differentially Affects Children With and Without Autism Spectrum Disorder
CE Venker, J Mathée, D Neumann, J Edwards, J Saffran, S Ellis Weismer
Autism Research, 2020
12020
When Is Simplified too… Simple? Emerging research points to benefits of using simple, grammatically correct sentences with children with delays.
CE Venker, ST Stronach
The ASHA Leader 22 (1), 42-47, 2017
12017
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