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Natalia Banasik-Jemielniak
Natalia Banasik-Jemielniak
Maria Grzegorzewska University
Zweryfikowany adres z aps.edu.pl
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How does L1 and L2 exposure impact L1 performance in bilingual children? Evidence from Polish-English migrants to the United Kingdom
E Haman, Z Wodniecka, M Marecka, J Szewczyk, M Białecka-Pikul, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 1444, 2017
752017
Non literal speech comprehension in preschool children-an example from a study on verbal irony
N Banasik
Versita, 2013
302013
Test rozwoju językowego
M Smoczyńska, E Haman, A Maryniak, E Czaplewska, G Krajewski, ...
Warszawa: Instytut Badań Edukacyjnych, 2015
292015
Children’s comprehension of irony: Studies on Polish-speaking preschoolers
N Banasik-Jemielniak, B Bokus
Journal of psycholinguistic research 48 (5), 1217-1240, 2019
142019
Dwujęzyczność u progu edukacji szkolnej - interdyscyplinarny projekt badawczy.
A Otwinowska, N Banasik, M Białecka-Pikul, D Kiebzak-Mandera, K Kuś, ...
Neofilolog 39 (1), 2012
132012
Language assessment of monolingual and multilingual children using non-word and sentence repetition tasks
S Antonijevic-Elliott, R Lyons, MP O’Malley, N Meir, E Haman, N Banasik, ...
Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 34 (4), 293-311, 2020
122020
“Wonderful! We’ve just missed the bus.” – Parental use of irony and children’s irony comprehension
N Banasik-Jemielniak, S Bosacki, A Mitrowska, D Wyrębek Walters, ...
PLOS ONE, 2020
102020
Comprehension of Ironic Utterances by Bilingual Children
N Banasik, K Podsiadło
Psychology of language and communication 20 (3), 2017
82017
Kwestionariusz Rozwoju Językowego [Language Development Questionnaire]
K Kuś, A Otwinowska, N Banasik, D Kiebzak-Mandera
Polish adaptation of the 1st version of PaBiQ, developed within COST Action …, 2012
62012
Irony and Sarcasm: by Roger Kreuz, Cambridge, MA, USA: MIT Press, 2020, 207 pages, 12.99$ ISBN: 9780262538268
N Banasik-Jemielniak
Metaphor and Symbol 36 (2), 116-118, 2021
32021
BILINGUAL CHILDREN’S PHONOLOGY SHOWS EVIDENCE OF TRANSFER, BUT NOT DECELERATION IN THEIR L1
Z Marecka, M., Wrembel, M., Otwinowska, A., Szewczyk, J., Banasik-Jemielniak ...
Studies in Second Language Acquisition, https://bit.ly/2ksADve, 2019
3*2019
CHILDREN'S EXPOSURE TO IRONY IN THE FIRST FOUR YEARS OF THEIR LIFE: WHAT WE LEARN ABOUT THE USE OF IRONIC COMMENTS BY MOTHERS FROM THE ANALYSIS OF THE PROVIDENCE CORPUS OF CHILDES
N Banasik-Jemielniak
Psychology of Language and Communication 23 (1), 2019
32019
Zadanie Powtarzania Zdań
N Banasik, E Haman, M Smoczyńska
Materiał niepublikowany, 2011
32011
Jak dzieci w wieku przedszkolnym uzasadniają użycie języka figuratywnego. Dane z badań z zastosowaniem Zadania Rozumienia Ironii (ZRI)
N Banasik-Jemielniak, B Bokus
Psychologia Wychowawcza 57, 7-37, 2019
12019
Psychology and Wikipedia: Measuring Psychology Journals’ Impact by Wikipedia Citations
N Banasik-Jemielniak, D Jemielniak, M Wilamowski
Social Science Computer Review 40 (3), 756-774, 2022
2022
Socio-cultural and individual factors in verbal irony use and understanding: What we know, what we don’t know, what we want to know
N Banasik-Jemielniak, P Kałowski
Review of Communication Research 10, 2022
2022
“Unicorn humour isn’t very subtle.” Graphic novels and comics as a potential didactic tool for teaching irony to children: the example of Dana Simpson’s Phoebe and her unicorn
N Banasik-Jemielniak
Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 13 (2), 302-309, 2022
2022
Intercessory Rote Prayer, Life Longevity and the Mortality of Roman Catholic Bishops: An Exploratory Study
N Banasik-Jemielniak, D Jemielniak, W Pędzich
Journal of religion and health 60 (6), 3871-3885, 2021
2021
Developmental Psycholinguistics: Old Questions, New Answers
M Bartczak, E Haman, N Banasik-Jemielniak
Psychology of Language and Communication 24 (1), 70-78, 2020
2020
How do preschool children justify the use of figurative language. Data from research with irony comprehension task
N Banasik-Jemielniak, B Bokus
Psychologia Wychowawcza 57, 7-37, 2019
2019
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