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Robert Hoffmeister
Robert Hoffmeister
Professor Emeritus, Former Director, Programs in Deaf Studies, School of Education, Boston
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A journey into the deaf-world.
HL Lane, R Hoffmeister, BJ Bahan
Dawn Sign Press, 1996
17001996
Language and theory of mind: A study of deaf children
B Schick, P De Villiers, J De Villiers, R Hoffmeister
Child development 78 (2), 376-396, 2007
7632007
A piece of the puzzle: ASL and reading comprehension in deaf children
RJ Hoffmeister
Language acquisition by eye, 143-163, 2000
3962000
Acquiring English as a second language via print: The task for deaf children
RJ Hoffmeister, CL Caldwell-Harris
Cognition 132 (2), 229-242, 2014
1982014
The acquisition of sign language
R Hoffmeister, R Wilbur
Recent perspectives on American sign language, 61-78, 2017
1392017
American Sign Language syntax and analogical reasoning skills are influenced by early acquisition and age of entry to signing schools for the deaf
J Henner, CL Caldwell-Harris, R Novogrodsky, R Hoffmeister
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 230078, 2016
1322016
American Sign Language and academic English: Factors influencing the reading of bilingual secondary school deaf and hard of hearing students
JA Scott, RJ Hoffmeister
The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 1-13, 2016
972016
THE DEVELOPMENT OF DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS, LOCATIVES AND PERSONAL PRONOUNS IN THE ACQUISITION OF AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE BY DEAF CHILDREN OF DEAF PARENTS.
RJ Hoffmeister
University of Minnesota, 1978
891978
Border crossings by hearing children of deaf parents: The lost history of CODAs
R Hoffmeister
Open your eyes: Deaf studies talking, 189-215, 2008
692008
Recent issues in the use of signed language assessments for diagnosis of language disorders in signing deaf and hard of hearing children
J Henner, R Novogrodsky, J Reis, R Hoffmeister
The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 23 (4), 307-316, 2018
682018
The development of antonym knowledge in American Sign Language (ASL) and its relationship to reading comprehension in English
R Novogrodsky, C Caldwell‐Harris, S Fish, RJ Hoffmeister
Language Learning 64 (4), 749-770, 2014
662014
Families with deaf parents: A functional perspective
RJ Hoffmeister
Children of handicapped parents: Research and clinical perspectives, 111-130, 1985
661985
ASL and its implications for education
R Hoffmeister
Manual communication: Implications for education, 81-107, 1990
651990
Why schools for deaf children should hire deaf teachers: A preschool issue
C Shantie, RJ Hoffmeister
Journal of Education 182 (3), 42-53, 2000
622000
Bilingual-bicultural education for deaf and hard-of-hearing students
N Israelite, C Ewoldt, R Hoffmeister
Toronto, Canada: GMS, 1992
621992
Cross-cultural misinformation: What does special education say about deaf people
RJ Hoffmeister
Disability & Society 11 (2), 171-190, 1996
611996
American sign language assessment instrument (ASLAI)
RJ Hoffmeister, B Bahan, J Greenwald, J Cole
Manuscript, Center for the Study of Communication & the Deaf, Boston University, 1999
541999
Language and the deaf world: Difference not disability
RJ Hoffmeister
Language, culture, and community in teacher education, 71-98, 2013
512013
The acquisition of synonyms in American Sign Language (ASL) toward a further understanding of the components of ASL vocabulary knowledge
R Novogrodsky, S Fish, R Hoffmeister
Sign Language Studies 14 (2), 225-249, 2014
442014
English reading achievement and ASL skills in deaf students
R Hoffmeister, P de Villiers, E Engen, D Topol
Proceedings of the 21st annual Boston University conference on language …, 1997
431997
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