Publications

 

Books

ARTICLES

Lillo-Martin, Diane (1991). Universal Grammar and American Sign Language: Setting the Null Argument Parameters. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. 

[Reviewed in Language (1993), Linguistische Berichte (1993), Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages (1994).]

Marschark, Marc, Siple, Patricia, Lillo-Martin, Diane, Campbell, Ruth, & Everhart, Victoria S. (1997). Relations of Language and Thought:  The View from Sign Language and Deaf Children.  New York: Oxford University Press.

Crain, Stephen & Lillo-Martin, Diane  (1999).  Linguistic Theory and Language Acquisition.  Oxford:  Blackwell.

[Reviewed in Studies in Second Language Acquisition (2001).]

Sandler, Wendy & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2006). Sign Language and Linguistic Universals. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

[Reviewed in the Journal of Linguistics (2006); Natural Language and Linguistic Theory (2008); Language (2010)]

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Chen Pichler, Deborah, Lee, James, and Lillo-Martin, Diane (in press). Language Development in ASL-English Bimodal Bilinguals. In David Quinto-Pozos (Ed.), Multilingual Aspects of Signed Language Communication and Disorder. Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters.


Davidson, Kathryn, Lillo-Martin, Diane & Chen Pichler (in press). Spoken English language measures of native signing children with cochlear implants. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education.


Quadros, Ronice Müller de, Chen Pichler, Deborah, Lillo-Martin, Diane, Cruz, Carina Rebello, Kozak, Laura, Palmer, Jeffrey Levi, Lemos Pizzio. Aline & Reynolds. Wanette (in press). Methods in bimodal bilingualism research: Experimental studies. In Eleni Orfanidou, Bencie Woll & Gary Morgan (Eds.), The Blackwell Guide to Research Methods in Sign Language Studies. Blackwell.


Quadros, Ronice Müller de, Lillo-Martin, Diane & Chen Pichler, Deborah (in press). Methodological considerations for the development and use of sign language acquisition data. In Tommaso Raso, Heliana Mello and Massimo Pettorino (Eds.), Spoken Corpora and Linguistic Studies.


Sandler, Wendy & Lillo-Martin, Diane (in press). Natural Sign Languages. In Mark Aronoff & Janie Rees-Miller (Eds.), The Handbook of Linguistics, 2nd Edition. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.


Meier, Richard P. & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2013). The Points of Language. Humana.mente: Journal of Philosophical Studies 24, 151-176. Special issue on Pointing, Massimiliano L. Cappuccio (Ed.).


Quadros, Ronice Müller de, Lillo-Martin, Diane & Chen Pichler, Deborah (2013). Early Effects of Bilingualism on WH-Question Structures: Insight from Sign-Speech Bilingualism. In Stavroula Stavrakaki, Marina Lalioti and Polyxeni Konstantinopoulou (Eds.), Proceedings of GALA 2011, 300-308. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press.


Quadros, Ronice Müller de, Lillo-Martin, Diane & Chen Pichler, Deborah (2013). O que bilíngues bimodais tem a nos dizer sobre o desenvolvimento bilíngue? Letras de Hoje 48(3). [http://revistaseletronicas.pucrs.br/ojs/index.php/fale/article/view/12565]


Berk, Stephanie & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2012). The Two-Word Stage: Motivated by Linguistic or Cognitive Constraints? Cognitive Psychology 65, 118-140. (PMCID: PMC3331892) .pdf


Fanghella, Julia, Geer, Leah, Henner, Jonathan, Hochgesang, Julie, Lillo-Martin, Diane, Mathur, Gaurav, Mirus, Gene & Pascual-Villanueva, Pedro (2012). Linking an ID-Gloss Database of ASL with Child Language Corpora. LREC Workshop on the Representation and Processing of Sign Languages (Interactions between Corpus and Lexicon). [http://www.lrec-conf.org/proceedings/lrec2012/index.html].


Lillo-Martin, Diane (2012). Utterance Reports and Constructed Action in Sign and Spoken Languages. In Roland Pfau, Markus Steinbach, & Bencie Woll (Eds.), Sign Language – An International Handbook, 365-387. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. .pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane, Koulidobrova, Helen, Quadros, Ronice Müller de & Chen Pichler,  Deborah (2012). Bilingual Language Synthesis: Evidence from WH-Questions in Bimodal Bilinguals. In Alia K. Biller, Esther Y. Chung, and Amelia E. Kimball (Eds.), Proceedings of the 36th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, 302-314. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. pdf


Meier, Richard P. & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2012). Response: The apparent reorganization of gesture in the evolution of verb agreement in signed languages. Theoretical Linguistics 38, 153-157. .pdf


Quadros, Ronice Müller de, Lillo-Martin, Diane & Chen Pichler, Deborah (2012). Bi-National Bi-modal Bi-Lingual Corpora of Child Language. In Heliana Mello, Massimo Pettorino & Raso Tommaso (Eds.), Proceedings of the VIIth GSCP (Gruppo di Studi sulla Comunicazione Parlata) International Conference: Speech and Corpora, 87-92. Firenze: Firenze University Press. Available online at [http://store.torrossa.it]


Lillo-Martin, Diane (2011). Sign languages. In Patrick Colm Hogan (Ed.), The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Language Sciences, 774-777. Cambridge University Press. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane & Meier, Richard P. (2011). On the Linguistic Status of ‘Agreement’ in Sign Languages. Target article, Theoretical Linguistics 37, 95-141. pdf Response to Commentaries: Gesture, Language, and Directionality. Theoretical Linguistics 37, 235-246. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane & Quadros, Ronice Müller de (2011). Acquisition of the Syntax-Discourse Interface: The Expression of Point-of-View. Lingua 121, 623-636. pdf


Quadros, Ronice Muller de, Lillo-Martin, Diane & Chen Pichler, Deborah (2011). Desenvolvimento Bilíngue Intermodal: Implicações para Educação e Interpretação de Línguas de Sinais. In: Maria Cecilia de Moura, Sandra Regina Leite de Campos & Sabine Antonialli Arena Vergamini (Eds.), Educação para Surdos: Práticas e Perspectivas II, v. 1, 1-14. São Paulo: Santos Editora.


Snyder, William & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2011). Language acquisition and the principles and parameters framework. In Patrick Colm Hogan (Ed.), The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Language Sciences, 670-673. Cambridge University Press. pdf


Best, Cathi, Mathur, Gaurav, Miranda, Karen, & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2010). Effects of sign language experience on categorical perception of dynamic ASL pseudosigns. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics 72(3), 747-762. pdf


Chen Pichler, Deborah, Hochgesang, Julie, Lillo-Martin, Diane & Quadros, Ronice (2010). Conventions for sign and speech transcription in child bimodal bilingual corpora. Language, Interaction and Acquisition 1.1, 11-40. pdf


Chen Pichler, Deborah, Quadros, Ronice Müller de, and Lillo-Martin, Diane (2010). Effects of bimodal production on multi-cyclicity in early ASL and LSB. Proceedings, Boston University Conference on Language Development, online supplement. pdf


Hochgesang, Julie, Pascual Villanueva, Pedro, Mathur, Gaurav, & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2010). Building a Database While Considering Research Ethics in Sign Language Communities. Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on the Representation and Processing of Sign Languages: Corpora and Sign Language Technologies; 7th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane, Quadros, Ronice Müller de, Koulidobrova, Helen and Chen Pichler, Deborah (2010). Bimodal bilingual cross-language influence in unexpected domains. In João Costa, Ana Castro, Maria Lobo & Fernanda Pratas (Eds.), Language Acquisition and Development: Proceedings of GALA 2009, 264-275. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane & Snyder, William (2010). Commentary on “Syntax at Age Two.” Language Acquisition 17:1/2, 66-69. .pdf


Meier, Richard P. & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2010). Does spatial make it special? On the grammar of pointing signs in American Sign Language. In Donna B. Gerdts, John C. Moore, and Maria Polinsky (Eds.), Hypothesis A/Hypothesis B: Linguistic Explorations in Honor of David M. Perlmutter, 345-360. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. pdf


Quadros, Ronice Müller de & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2010). Clause structure. In Diane Brentari (Ed.), Sign Languages: A Cambridge Language Survey, 225-251. Cambridge University Press. pdf


Quadros, Ronice Müller de & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2010). Sign Language Acquisition and Verbal Morphology in Brazilian and American Sign Languages. In Leonor Scliar-Cabral (Ed.), Psycholinguistics: Scientific and Technological Challenges (Selected papers of the 8th International Congress of the International Society of Applied Psycholinguistics), 252-262. Porto Alegre, Brazil: EdiPUCRS.


Lillo-Martin, Diane (2009). Sign language acquisition studies. In Edith L. Bavin (Ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of Child Language, 399-415. New York: Cambridge University Press. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane & Quadros, Ronice Müller de (2009). Two in one: Evidence for imperatives as the analogue to RI’s from ASL and LSB. In Jane Chandlee, Michelle Franchini, Sandy Lord, and Gudrun-Marion Rheiner, (Eds.), Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, 302-312. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. pdf

[Publication in Portuguese, in Cadernos de Saúde, cited below]


Lillo-Martin, Diane & Quadros, Ronice Müller de (2009). Imperativos análogos a raízes infinitivas: Evidência das Línguas de Sinais Americana e Brasileira. (Imperatives function as analogues to root infinitives: Evidence from ASL and LSB). Cadernos de Saúde, Numero Especial de Línguas Gestuais, 29-35.


Lillo-Martin, Diane & Snyder, William (2009). Commentary on “Capturing the evasive passive.” Language Acquisition 16, 118-122. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane (2008) Sign language acquisition studies: Past, present and future. In Ronice Müller de Quadros (Ed.), Sign Languages: Spinning and Unraveling the Past, Present and Future. TISLR9, forty-five papers and three posters from the 9th Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research Conference, Florianópolis, Brazil, December 2006 (pp. 244-263). Petrópolis, Brazil: Editora Arara Azul. http://www.editora-arara-azul.com.br/EstudosSurdos.php. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane & Chen Picher, Deborah (2008). Development of sign language acquisition corpora. In Onno Crasborn, Eleni Efthimiou, Thomas Hanke, Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd, & Inge Zwitserlood (Eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on the Representation and Processing of Sign Languages, 6th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, 129-133. http://www.lrec-conf.org/proceedings/lrec2008/.


Lillo-Martin, Diane & Quadros, Ronice Müller de (2008). Focus constructions in American Sign Language and Língua de Sinais Brasileira. In Josep Quer (Ed.), Signs of the Time: Selected Papers from TISLR 2004, 161-176. Seedorf, Germany: Signum Verlag. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane & Snyder, William (2008). Commentary on “The acquisition of Inflection: A parameter-setting approach. Language Acquisition 15.3, 210-215. pdf


Quadros, Ronice Müller de & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2007). Aquisição das Línguas de Sinais e a morfologia verbal nas Línguas de Sinais Brasileira e Americana. In Anais do I Encontro do Nordeste em Aquisição da Linguagem (I ENEAL 2005). Recife: UNICAP, v.1. p.1 – 14 (CD ROM).


Quadros, Ronice Müller de & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2007). Gesture and the acquisition of verb agreement in sign languages. In Heather Caunt-Nulton, Samantha Kulatilake, and I-Hao Woo (Eds.), Proceedings of the 31st Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, 520-531. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane (2006). Sign linguistics and the interfaces. In Leah Bateman and Cherlon Ussery (Eds.), Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, 43-61. Charleston, SC: Booksurge. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane & Chen Pichler, Deborah (2006). Acquisition of syntax in signed languages. In Brenda Schick, Marc Marschark, & Patrica E. Spencer (Eds), Advances in the Sign Language Development of Deaf Children, 231-261. Oxford University Press. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane & Quadros, Ronice Müller de (2006). The position of early WH-elements in American Sign Language and Brazilian Sign Language.  In Kamil Ud Deen, Jun Nomura, Barbara Schulz and Bonnie D. Schwartz (Eds), The Proceedings of the Inaugural Conference on Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition–North America, Honolulu, HI. University of Connecticut Occasional Papers in Linguistics 4, 195-203. Cambridge, MA: MITWPL. pdf


O’Brien, Karen, Grolla, Elaine, & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2006). Long passives are understood by young children. In David Bamman, Tatiana Magnitskaia, and Colleen Zaller (Eds.), Proceedings of the 30th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, 441-451. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane (2005). Sign language: Syntax. In Keith Brown (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, Second Edition, Volume 11, 351-353. Oxford: Elsevier.


Lillo-Martin, Diane (2005). Syntactic categories in signed versus spoken languages. In Henri Cohen & Claire Lefebvre (Eds.), Handbook of Categorization in Cognitive Science. Oxford: Elsevier.


Lillo-Martin, Diane & Quadros, Ronice Müller de (2005). The acquisition of focus constructions in American Sign Language and Língua de Sinais Brasileira. In Alejna Brugos, Manuella R. Clark-Cotton, and Seungwan Ha (Eds.), Proceedings of the 29th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, 365-375. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane (2003). Pronouns, indices, and agreement: Commentary on papers by Lacy and Kegl. Sign Language and Linguistics 6.2, 267-276. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane (2003). Sign language. In Lynn Nadel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Cognitive Sciences, Volume 3, 1176-1183. London: Nature Publishing Group. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane & Berk, Stephanie (2003). Acquisition of constituent order under delayed linguistic exposure. In Barbara Beachley, Amanda Brown, and Frances Conlin (Eds.), Proceedings of the 27th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, 484-495. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane (2002). Cross-linguistic study of early syntax. TEXTURA 5. Canoas, RS: Editora ULBRA. [version co-authored with William Snyder pdf]


Lillo-Martin, Diane (2002). Where are all the modality effects? In Richard P. Meier, Kearsy Cormier, & David Quinto-Pozos (Eds.), Modality and Structure in Signed Language and Spoken Language, 241-262. Cambridge University Press. .pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane (2001). One syntax or two? Sign language and syntactic theory. Glot International 5.9-10, 297-310.


Lillo-Martin, Diane (2001). Review of ‘The Syntax of American Sign Language: Functional Categories and Hierarchical Structure’, by Carol Neidle, Judy Kegl, Dawn MacLaughlin, Benjamin Bahan, & Robert G. Lee. Syntax 4.2, 139-143. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane (2001). Sign eloquence beyond words. Review of ‘The Syntax of American Sign Language: Functional Categories and Hierarchical Structure’, by Carol Neidle, Judy Kegl, Dawn MacLaughlin, Benjamin Bahan, & Robert G. Lee. The Times Higher Education Supplement, Oct. 12, 2001, p. 29. London: TSL Education Ltd.


Quadros, Ronice Müller de, Lillo-Martin, Diane & Mathur, Gaurav (2001). O que a aquisição da linguagem em crianças surdas tem a dizer sobre o estágio de infinitivos opcionais? Letras de Hoje: Estudos e Debates de Assuntos de Lingüística, Literatura e Língua Portuguesa 36.3, 391-397. (Anais do 5 Encontro Nacional sobre Aquisição da Linguagem e do 1 Encontro Internacional sobre Aquisição da Linguagem, 2 a 6 de Outubro de 2000, organizados por R. Lamprecht & S. Menuzzi). Porto Alegre: PUCRS.


Sandler, Wendy & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2001). Natural sign languages. In Mark Aronoff & Janie Rees-Miller (Eds.), The Handbook of Linguistics, 533-562. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.


Lillo-Martin, Diane (2000). Aspects of the syntax and acquisition of WH-questions in American Sign Language. In Karen Emmorey & Harlan Lane (Eds.), The Signs of Language Revisited: An Anthology in Honor of Ursula Bellugi and Edward Klima, 401-413. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane (1999). Modality effects and modularity in language acquisition: The acquisition of American Sign Language. In W. Ritchie & T. Bhati (Eds.), Handbook of Language Acquisition, 531-567. San Diego: Academic Press. 


Hiramatsu, Kazuko & Lillo-Martin, Diane (1998). Children who judge ungrammatical what they produce. In Annabel Greenhill, Mary Hughes, Heather Littlefield, & Hugh Walsh (Eds.), Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, 337-347. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.


Lillo-Martin, Diane (1997). The acquisition of English by deaf signers:  Is Universal Grammar involved? In Suzanne Flynn, Gita Martohardjono, & Wayne O’Neil (Eds.), The Generative Study of Second Language Acquisition, 131-149. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.


Lillo-Martin, Diane (1997). The modular effects of sign language acquisition. In support of the Language Acquisition Device. In Marc Marschark, Patricia Siple, Diane Lillo-Martin, Ruth Campbell, & Victoria S. Everhart, Relations of Language and Thought: The View from Sign Language and Deaf Children, 62-109, 153-162. New York: Oxford University Press.


Petronio, Karen & Lillo-Martin, Diane (1997). Wh-movement and the position of Spec CP:  Evidence from American Sign Language. Language 73.1, 18-57. pdf


Crain, Stephen, Thornton, Rosalind, Boster, Carole, Conway, Laura, Lillo-Martin, Diane, & Woodams, Elaine (1996). Quantification without qualification. Language Acquisition 5.2, 83-153. pdf


Emmorey, Karen & Lillo-Martin, Diane (1995). Processing spatial anaphora: Referent reactivation with overt and null pronouns in American Sign Language. Language and Cognitive Processes 10.6, 631-664.


Lillo-Martin, Diane (1995). The point of view predicate in American Sign Language. In Karen Emmorey & Judy Reilly (Eds.), Language, Gesture, and Space, 155-170. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane (1994). Setting the null argument parameters: Evidence from American Sign Language and other languages. In Barbara Lust, Margaret Suñer, & Gabrielle Hermon (Eds.), Syntactic Theory and First Language Acquisition: Cross Linguistic Perspectives, Volume 2: Anaphora, 301-318.  Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.


Lillo-Martin, Diane (1992). Deaf readers and Universal Grammar. In Marc Marschark & Diane Clark (Eds.), Psychological Perspectives on Deafness, 311-337. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.


Lillo-Martin, Diane (1992). Sentences as islands:  On the boundedness of A’-movement in American Sign Language. In Helen Goodluck & M. Rochemont (Eds.), Island Constraints, 259-274. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.


Lillo-Martin, Diane, Hanson, Vicki. L., & Smith, Suzanne T. (1992). Deaf readers’ comprehension of relative clause structures. Applied Psycholinguistics 13.1, 13-30.


Wang, Qi, Lillo-Martin, Diane, Best, Catherine T., & Levitt, Andrea (1992). Null subject versus null object: Some evidence from the acquisition of Chinese and English. Language Acquisition 2.3, 221-254. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane (1991). Comments on Hyams and Weissenborn: On licensing and identification. In Jurgen Weissenborn, Helen Goodluck, & Thomas Roeper (Eds.), Theoretical Issues in Language Acquisition: Papers from the Berlin Roundtable, 301-308. Hillsdale, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.


Lillo-Martin, Diane, Hanson, Vicki L., & Smith, Suzanne T. (1991). Deaf readers’ comprehension of complex syntactic structure. In David S. Martin (Ed.), Advances in Cognition, Education, and Deafness, 146-151. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.


Bellugi, Ursula, Lillo-Martin, Diane, O’Grady, Lucinda, & vanHoek, Karen (1990). The development of spatialized syntactic mechanisms in American Sign Language. In William H. Edmondson & Fred Karlsson (Eds.), SLR '87:  Papers from the Fourth International Symposium on Sign Language Research, 183-189. Hamburg: Signum-Verlag.


Bellugi, Ursula, O’Grady, Lucinda, Lillo-Martin, Diane, O’Grady, Maureen, vanHoek, Karen, & Corina, David (1990). Enhancement of spatial cognition in deaf children.  In Virginia Volterra & Carole Erting (Eds.), From Gesture to Language in Hearing and Deaf Children, 278-298. New York:  Springer Verlag.


Fischer, Susan D., & Lillo-Martin, Diane (1990). UNDERSTANDing Conjunctions. International Journal of Sign Linguistics 1, 71-80.


Lillo-Martin, Diane (1990). Parameters for questions: Evidence from WH-movement in American Sign Language. In Ceil Lucas (Ed.), Sign Language Research: Theoretical Issues, 211-222. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.


Lillo-Martin, Diane (1990). Studies of American Sign Language syntax and the principles and parameters of Universal Grammar.  In William Edmondson & Fred Karlsson (Eds.), SLR ‘87:  Papers from the Fourth International Symposium on Sign Language Research, 86-93. Hamburg: Signum-Verlag.


Lillo-Martin, Diane & Klima, Edward S. (1990). Pointing out differences: ASL pronouns in syntactic theory. In Susan Fischer & Patricia Siple (Eds.), Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research, Volume 1: Linguistics, 191-210. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. pdf


Bellugi, Ursula, vanHoek, Karen, Lillo-Martin, Diane, & O’Grady, Lucinda (1988). The acquisition of syntax and space in young deaf signers. In Dorothy Bishop & Kay Mogford (Eds.), Language Development in Exceptional Circumstances, 132-149. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.


Lillo-Martin, Diane (1988). Children’s new sign creations. In Michael Strong (Ed.), Language Learning and Deafness, 162-183. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane & Tallal, Paula (1988). Effects of different early experiences. In Joan Stiles-Davis, M. Kritchevsky, & Ursula Bellugi (Eds.), Spatial Cognition: Brain Bases and Development, 433-441.  Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.


Fok, Angela, Bellugi, Ursula, & Lillo-Martin, Diane (1986). Remembering in Chinese signs and characters. In H. Kao & R. Hoosain (Eds.), Linguistics, Psychology, and the Chinese Language, 177-202. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Press.


Hamilton, Harley & Lillo-Martin, Diane (1986). Imitative production of verbs of movement and location:  A comparative study.  Sign Language Studies 50, 29-57.


Lillo-Martin, Diane (1986). Effects of the acquisition of morphology on syntactic parameter setting.  In S. Berman, J.-W. Choe, & J. McDonough (Eds.), Proceedings of NELS 16, 305-321. Amherst: GLSA.


Lillo-Martin, Diane (1986). Two kinds of null arguments in American Sign Language. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 4.4, 415-444. pdf


Lillo-Martin, Diane (1985). Null pronouns and verb agreement in American Sign Language. In S. Berman, J.-W. Choe, & J. McDonough (Eds.), Proceedings of NELS 15, 302-318. Amherst: GLSA.


Lillo-Martin, Diane, Bellugi, Ursula, Struxness, Lucinda, & O’Grady, Maureen (1985). The acquisition of spatially organized syntax. Papers and Reports on Child Language Development 24, 70-78.


Lillo-Martin, Diane (1984). The acquisition of task-specific word formation devices in American Sign Language. Papers and Reports on Child Language Development 23, 74-81.