Nevena Dimitrova, PhD
Nevena Dimitrova, PhD
University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland, Faculty of Social Work (HETSL | HES-SO)
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The influence of attachment on perceived stress and cortisol response to acute stress in women sexually abused in childhood or adolescence
B Pierrehumbert, R Torrisi, N Glatz, N Dimitrova, M Heinrichs, O Halfon
Psychoneuroendocrinology 34 (6), 924-938, 2009
Early deictic but not other gestures predict later vocabulary in both typical development and autism
Ş Özçalışkan, LB Adamson, N Dimitrova
Autism 20 (6), 754-763, 2016
Parents’ translations of child gesture facilitate word learning in children with autism, Down syndrome and typical development
N Dimitrova, Ş Özçalışkan, LB Adamson
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 46 (1), 221-231, 2016
Closeness in relationships as a mediator between sexual abuse in childhood or adolescence and psychopathological outcome in adulthood
N Dimitrova, B Pierrehumbert, N Glatz, R Torrisi, M Heinrichs, O Halfon, ...
Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy: An International Journal of Theory …, 2010
Parents–child role reversal in trilogue play: Case studies of trajectories from pregnancy to toddlerhood
E Fivaz-Depeursinge, F Frascarolo, F Lopes, N Dimitrova, N Favez
Attachment & human development 9 (1), 17-31, 2007
Présentation de l’adaptation française de «l’échelle de coparentage» de McHale pour familles avec jeunes enfants
F Frascarolo, N Dimitrova, G Zimmermann, N Favez, R Kuersten-Hogan, ...
Neuropsychiatrie de l'enfance et de l'adolescence 57 (3), 221-226, 2009
Common ground on object use associates with caregivers’ gesturese
N Dimitrova, C Moro
Infant Behavior and Development 36 (4), 618-626, 2013
How gesture input provides a helping hand to language development
Ş Özçalışkan, N Dimitrova
Seminars in speech and language 34 (04), 227-236, 2013
Early gesture provides a helping hand to spoken vocabulary development for children with autism, down syndrome, and typical development
Ş Özçalışkan, LB Adamson, N Dimitrova, S Baumann
Journal of Cognition and Development 18 (3), 325-337, 2017
Caregivers interpret infants’ early gestures based on shared knowledge about referents
N Dimitrova, C Moro, C Mohr
Infant Behavior and Development 39, 98-106, 2015
Baby sign but not spontaneous gesture predicts later vocabulary in children with Down syndrome
Ş Özçalı
Journal of child language 43 (4), 948, 2016
Do parents model gestures differently when children’s gestures differ?
Ş Özçalışkan, LB Adamson, N Dimitrova, S Baumann
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 48 (5), 1492-1507, 2018
Sémiotique, culture et développement psychologique
M Brossard, J Bruner, K Cárdenas, N Dimitrova, M Grossen, ...
Presses Univ. Septentrion, 2014
Joint attention and language development
LB Adamson, N Dimitrova
Encyclopedia of language development, 299-304, 2014
Visual analysis of proximal temporal relationships of social and communicative behaviors
Y Han, A Rozga, N Dimitrova, GD Abowd, J Stasko
Computer Graphics Forum 34 (3), 51-60, 2015
It Takes More Than Mean-End Differentiation to Intentionally Communicate in Infancy. A Semiotic Perspective on Early Communication Development.
N Dimitrova
Cultural-Historical Psychology, 2013
Culture in infancy: an account of a way the object" sculpts" early development.
N Dimitrova
Psychology & Society 3 (1), 77-91, 2010
The developmental landscape of early parent-focused language intervention
LB Adamson, AP Kaiser, CS Tamis-LaMonda, MT Owen, N Dimitrova
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 50, 59-67, 2020
Do verbal children with autism comprehend gesture as readily as typically developing children?
N Dimitrova, Ş Özçalışkan, LB Adamson
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 47 (10), 3267-3280, 2017
Développement de la communication intentionnelle gestuelle ŕ partir des usages culturels des objets dans l'interaction triadique enfant-objet-adulte
N Dimitrova
Université de Lausanne, Faculté des sciences sociales et politiques, 2012
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