Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Lense, M.D., Ladányi, E., Rabinowitch, T.-C., Trainor, L.J., & Gordon, R.L. (in press at Philosophical Transactions B). Rhythm and timing as vulnerabilities in neurodevelopmental disorders.

Ladányi, E., Lukács, Á., & Gervain, J. (in press at Developmental Science). Does rhythmic priming improve grammatical processing in Hungarian-speaking children with and without Developmental Language Disorder?

Ladányi, E., Persici, V., Fiveash, A., Tillmann, B., & Gordon, R.L. (2020). Is atypical rhythm a risk factor for developmental speech and language disorders? WIREs Cognitive Science, 11, e1528.

Ladányi, E., Kovács, Á.M., & Gervain, J. (2020). How 15‐month‐old infants process morphologically complex forms in an agglutinative language? Infancy, 25(2), 190-204.

Ladányi, E. & Lukács, Á. (2019). Word Retrieval Difficulties and Cognitive Control in Specific Language Impairment. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 62(4), 918-931.

Ladányi E., Kas B., & Lukács Á. (2017). The role of cognitive control in anaphor resolution in children with specific language impairment. Applied Psycholinguistics, 38(5), 1173-1199.

Ladányi E., & Lukács Á. (2016). Lexical Conflict Resolution in Children with Specific Language Impairment. Journal of Communication Disorders, 61, 119-130.

Lukács Á., Ladányi E., Fazekas K., & Kemény F. (2016). Executive Functions and the Contribution of Short-Term Memory Span in Children With Specific Language Impairment. Neuropsychology, 30(3), 296—303.

(see further publications in my CV)