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Forgeot d’Arc B., Ramus F., Lefebvre A., Brottier D., Zalla, T., Moukawane S., Amsellem, F., Letellier L., Peyre H., Mouren MC., Leboyer M., Delorme R. (2014). Atypical Social Judgment and Sensitivity to Perceptual Cues in Autism Spectrum Disorders. J Autism Dev Disord.
Song L., Nazzi T., Moukawane, S., Golinkoff R.M., Stahl A.,Ma W., Hirsh-Pasek K., & Connell M. (2010). Sleepy vs. sleeping: Preeschoolers’ sensitivity to morphological cuesfor adjectives and verbs in English and French. InProceedings of the 34th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development. (pp. 409-420). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.

Havy M., Moukawane S., & Nazzi T. (2010). Are 3-to-8 year old children with Williams Syndrome good word-learners? Neuroreport, 21(13), 882-886.

Song L., Moukawane S., Golinkoff R.M., Nazzi T., Ma, W.,& Hirsh-Pasek K. (2009). Using morphological cues: American and French 3- and 4-year-olds are better at mapping adjectives than verbs. Poster présenté au Biennal Meeting of Society for the Research on Child Development/, Denver CO, USA, 2-5 avril 2009.

Havy M., Moukawane S. & Nazzi T. (2009). Phonetic processing when learning new words in 3-to-8-year-oldchildren with Williams Syndrome. Poster presented at the Conference “Gene expression to neurobiology and behaviour: human brain development and developmental disorders”, San Feliu, Spain, 20-25 septembre 2009.

Havy M., Moukawane S., & Nazzi T. (2009). Word learning and phonetic processing in children with Williams Syndrome. Poster présenté à la /17^th Biennal Meeting of the International Society for Infant Studies/, Baltimore,USA, 10-14 mars 2010.
Texte rédigé par Sanaa Moukawane