Dr. Laura Sterponi, Autism Publications

Sterponi, L. & Shankey, J. (2014). Rethinking echolalia: repetition as interactional resource in the communication of a child with autism. Journal of Child Language, 42(2), 275-304.

Sterponi, L. & Shankey, J. (in press). Situating communicative (in)competence in (performative) context: Insights from autism. In S. Bornand & C Leguy (eds.), De compétences en performances…

Sterponi, L. & Fasulo, A. (2010). How to go on: Intersubjectivity and progressivity in the communication of a child with autism. Ethos, 38(1), 116-142.

Ochs, E., Solomon, O. & Sterponi, L. (2005). Limitations and transformations of habitus in child-directed communication. Discourse Studies, 7(4-5), 547-583.

Sterponi, L. (2004). Construction of rules, accountability and moral identity by high-functioning children with autism. Discourse Studies, 6(2), Special Issue: Discourse and Autism. E. Ochs & O. Solomon (eds.), 207-228.

Sterponi, L., de Kirby, K. and Shankey, J. (in press). Rethinking language in autism. Autism

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