Lukacs Agnes
Lukacs Agnes
BME Department of Cognitive Science
E-mail megerősítve itt: cogsci.bme.hu
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Impaired procedural learning in language impairment: Results from probabilistic categorization
F Kemény, Á Lukács
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32 (3), 249-258, 2010
562010
Vocabulary and morphological patterns in Hungarian children with Williams syndrome: A preliminary report
Á Lukács, M Racsmány, C Pléh
Acta Linguistica Hungarica 48 (1-3), 243-269, 2001
472001
The use of tense and agreement by Hungarian-speaking children with language impairment
LB Leonard, B Kas, C Pléh
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 52 (1), 98-117, 2009
422009
A verbális munkamemória magyar nyelvű vizsgálóeljárásai
M Racsmány, Á Lukács, D Németh, C Pléh
Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle 60 (4), 479-506, 2005
402005
Morphological patterns in Hungarian children with Williams syndrome and the rule debates
C Pléh, A Lukács, M Racsmány
Brain and Language 86 (3), 377-383, 2003
392003
Hungarian cross-modal priming and treatment of nonsense words supports the dual-process hypothesis
Á Lukács, C Pléh
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (6), 1030-1031, 1999
381999
Language in Hungarian children with Williams syndrome
A Lukacs, C Pleh, M Racsmany
Williams syndrome across languages 36, 187-220, 2004
342004
Domain-general sequence learning deficit in specific language impairment.
A Lukács, F Kemény
Neuropsychology 28 (3), 472, 2014
282014
Spatial language in Williams Syndrome: Evidence for a special interaction?
A Lukacs, C Pleh, M Racsmany
Journal of Child Language 34 (2), 311-343, 2007
252007
Language abilities in Williams syndrome
Á Lukács
Akadémiai Kiadó, 2005
232005
Numerical abilities in Williams syndrome: dissociating the analogue magnitude system and verbal retrieval
A Krajcsi, Á Lukács, J Igács, M Racsmány, C Pléh
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 31 (4), 439-446, 2009
222009
Executive functions and the contribution of short-term memory span in children with specific language impairment.
Á Lukács, E Ladányi, K Fazekas, F Kemény
Neuropsychology 30 (3), 296, 2016
212016
Development of different forms of skill learning throughout the lifespan
Á Lukács, F Kemény
Cognitive Science 39 (2), 383-404, 2015
212015
Lateralized processing of novel metaphors: disentangling figurativeness and novelty
B Forgács, Á Lukács, C Pléh
Neuropsychologia 56, 101-109, 2014
212014
Use of noun morphology by children with language impairment: The case of Hungarian
A Lukács, LB Leonard, B Kas
International journal of language & communication disorders 45 (2), 145-161, 2010
212010
Perceptual effect on motor learning in the serial reaction-time task
F Kemény, Á Lukács
The Journal of general psychology 138 (2), 110-126, 2011
182011
Towards the understanding of the neurogenesis of social cognition: Evidence from impaired populations
M Győri, Á Lukács, C Pléh
Journal of Cultural and Evolutionary Psychology 2 (3-4), 261-282, 2004
172004
Case marking in Hungarian children with specific language impairment
Á Lukács, B Kas, LB Leonard
First language 33 (4), 331-353, 2013
162013
Self-insight in probabilistic category learning
F Kemény, Á Lukács
The Journal of general psychology 140 (1), 57-81, 2013
152013
Focus sensitivity in Hungarian adults and children
B Kas, Á Lukács
Acta Linguistica Hungarica 60 (2), 217-245, 2013
142013
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