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The effect of childhood bilectalism and multilingualism on executive control
K Antoniou, KK Grohmann, M Kambanaros, N Katsos
Cognition 149, 18-30, 2016
1202016
Noun and verb processing in Greek–English bilingual individuals with anomic aphasia and the effect of instrumentality and verb–noun name relation
M Kambanaros, W Van Steenbrugge
Brain and language 97 (2), 162-177, 2006
732006
Ratings of age of acquisition of 299 words across 25 languages: Is there a cross-linguistic order of words?
M Łuniewska, E Haman, S Armon-Lotem, B Etenkowski, F Southwood, ...
Behavior research methods 48 (3), 1154-1177, 2016
642016
Sentence repetition as a tool for screening morphosyntactic abilities of bilectal children with SLI
E Theodorou, M Kambanaros, KK Grohmann
Frontiers in psychology 8, 2104, 2017
49*2017
The trouble with nouns and verbs in Greek fluent aphasia
M Kambanaros
Journal of communication disorders 41 (1), 1-19, 2008
482008
Teacher perceptions of communication impairment at screening stage in preschool children living in Patras, Greece
A Okalidou, M Kampanaros
Int J Lang Commun Disord 36 (4), 489-502, 2001
452001
Action and object naming versus verb and noun retrieval in connected speech: Comparisons in late bilingual Greek–English anomic speakers
M Kambanaros
Aphasiology 24 (2), 210-230, 2010
442010
Is bilectalism similar to bilingualism? An investigation into children’s vocabulary and executive control skills
K Antoniou, M Kambanaros, KK Grohmann, N Katsos
BUCLD 38: Proceedings of the 38th Annual Boston University Conference on …, 2014
40*2014
On the nature of verb–noun dissociations in bilectal SLI: A psycholinguistic perspective from Greek
M Kambanaros, KK Grohmann, M Michaelides, E Theodorou
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 17 (1), 169-188, 2014
382014
Lexical retrieval for nouns and verbs in typically developing bilectal children
M Kambanaros, KK Grohmann, M Michaelides
First language 33 (2), 182-199, 2013
372013
Investigating grammatical word class distinctions in bilingual aphasic individuals
M Kambanaros
Aphasia: Symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment, 1-59, 2009
35*2009
Time for a step change? Improving the efficiency, relevance, reliability, validity and transparency of aphasia rehabilitation research through core outcome measures, a common …
MC Brady, M Ali, C Fyndanis, M Kambanaros, KK Grohmann, AC Laska, ...
Aphasiology 28 (11), 1385-1392, 2014
342014
Imageability ratings across languages
A Rofes, L Zakariás, K Ceder, M Lind, MB Johansson, V De Aguiar, ...
Behavior Research Methods 50 (3), 1187-1197, 2018
332018
Interpreters and language assessment: Confrontation naming and interpreting
M Kambanaros, W Van Steenbrugge
Advances in Speech Language Pathology 6 (4), 247-252, 2004
332004
Cross-linguistic adaptations of The Comprehensive Aphasia Test: Challenges and solutions
V Fyndanis, M Lind, S Varlokosta, M Kambanaros, E Soroli, K Ceder, ...
Clinical linguistics & phonetics 31 (7-9), 697-710, 2017
312017
The gradience of multilingualism in typical and impaired language development: positioning bilectalism within comparative bilingualism
KK Grohmann, M Kambanaros
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 37, 2016
312016
Neuropsychological features of multiple sclerosis: impact and rehabilitation
L Messinis, P Papathanasopoulos, MH Kosmidis, G Nasios, ...
Behavioural neurology 2018, 2018
29*2018
Comparing multilingual children with SLI to their bilectal peers: Evidence from object and action picture naming
M Kambanaros, KK Grohmann, M Michaelides, E Theodorou
International Journal of Multilingualism 10 (1), 60-81, 2013
282013
Profiling performance in L1 and L2 observed in Greek–English bilingual aphasia using the Bilingual Aphasia Test: a case study from Cyprus
M Kambanaros, KK Grohmann
Clinical linguistics & phonetics 25 (6-7), 513-529, 2011
27*2011
Profiling (specific) language impairment in bilingual children: Preliminary evidence from Cyprus
M Kambanaros, KK Grohmann
Solutions in the Assessment of Bilinguals, 146-174, 2013
26*2013
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