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Ravid, D. & R. Levie. 2010. Hebrew Adjectives in Later Language Text Production. First Language, 30, 27-55. pdf

Ravid, D. & R. Berman. 2010. Developing noun phrase complexity at school-age: A text-embedded cross-linguistic analysis. First Language, 30, 3–26. pdf

Berman, R.A. & D. Ravid. 2010. Interpretation and recall of proverbs in three pre-adolescent populations. First Language, 30, 155-173. pdf

DeKeyser, R., I. Alfi-Shabtay & D. Ravid. 2010. Cross-linguistic evidence for the nature of age effects in second language acquisition. Applied Psycholinguistics, 31, 413–438. pdf

Schiff, R., D. Ravid & S. Levy-Shimon. 2011. Children’s command of plural and possessive marking on Hebrew nouns: A comparison of obligatory vs. optional inflections. Journal of Child Language, 38, 433–454. pdf

Bar-On, A. & D. Ravid. 2011. Morphological analysis in learning to read pseudowords in Hebrew. Applied Psycholinguistics, 32, 553–581. pdf

Berman, R.A., R. Nayditz & D. Ravid. 2011. Linguistic diagnostics of written texts in two school-age populations. Written Language & Literacy 14, 161-187. pdf

Ravid, D. & R. Schiff. 2012. From dichotomy to divergence: Number/gender marking on Hebrew nouns and adjectives across schoolage. Language Learning, 62, 133-169. pdf

Schiff, D. & D. Ravid. 2012. Linguistic processing in Hebrew-speaking children from low and high SES backgrounds. Reading & Writing, 25, 1427-1448. pdf

Saiegh-Haddad, E., A. Hadieh & D. Ravid. 2012. Acquiring noun plurals in Palestinian Arabic: Morphology, familiarity, and pattern frequency. Language Learning, 62, 1024-1051. pdf

Schiff, D. & D. Ravid. 2013. Morphological processing in Hebrew-speaking reading-disabled students. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 46, 220-229. pdf

Ravid, D. 2013. Syntactic complexity in discourse production across different text types. In Catherine Bolly & Liesbeth Degand (eds), Across the Line of Speech and Writing Variation. Corpora and Language in Use: Presses universitaires de Louvain, 51-66. pdf

Ravid, D & G. Ginat-Heiman. 2014. L1 and L2 proficiency in Hebrew-English adolescent learners. In Adelheid Hu & Patrick Grommes (eds.), Plurilingual Education: Policies – Practice – Language Development. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 221-246. pdf

Ravid, D., Bar- On, A. & E. Dattner. 2014. Linguistics in the service of communications disorders: New frontiers. AILA Review, 26, 79-99. pdf

Abugov, N. & Ravid, D. 2014. Noun plurals in Israeli Ultra-Orthodox Yiddish: a psycholinguistic perspective. In Aptroot, M. & Hansen, B. (eds.) Yiddish Language Structures. (Empirical Approaches to Language Typology). Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter, 9-39.

Ravid, D., D. Naoum and S. Nasser. 2014. Narrative development in Palestinian Arabic. In Saiegh-Haddad, E. & Joshi, M. (Eds.), Handbook of Arabic literacy: Insights and perspectives. Dordrecht: Springer, 153-170. pdf

Levie, R., D. Ravid, T. Freud & T. Most. 2014. Spelling abilities in Hebrew-speaking children with hearing impairment. In Arfé, B., Dockrell, J., & Berninger, W. V. (Eds.) Writing Development in Children with Hearing Loss, Dyslexia or Oral Language Problems: Implications for Assessment and Instruction. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 70-84.

Tribushinina, E., Van den Bergh, H., Ravid, D., Aksu-Koç, A., Kilani-Schoch, M., Korecky-Kröll, K., Leibovitch-Cohen, I., Laaha, S., Nir, B., Dressler W.U. and Gillis, S. 2014. The first year of adjectives: A growth curve analysis of child speech and parental input. Language, Interaction and Acquisition, 5:2,185–226. pdf

Abugov, N. & Ravid, D. 2014. The impact of Israeli Hebrew on Yiddish: noun plurals in Sanz Ultra Orthodox Yiddish. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 226, 189–211. pdf

Uziel-Karl, U., F. Kanaan, N. Abugov, R. Yifat, I. Meir, & D. Ravid. 2014. Hebrew and Palestinian Arabic in Israel: Linguistic frameworks and SLP services. Special issue on “Global issues in language disorders: Processes, frameworks and policies“, Topics in Language Disorders, 34, 133–154. pdf

Levie, R., D. Ravid, T. Freud & T. Most. 2014. Spelling abilities in Hebrew-speaking children with hearing impairment. In Arfé, B., Dockrell, J., & Berninger, W. V. (Eds.) Writing Development in Children with Hearing Loss, Dyslexia or Oral Language Problems: Implications for Assessment and Instruction. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 70-84.

Ravid, D. & Y. Chen-Djemal. 2015. Spoken and written narration in Hebrew: A case study. Written Language and Literacy, 18:1, 56-81. pdf

Ravid, D. & R. Schiff. 2015. It’s all about gender: Hebrew speakers’ processing of plural agreement morphology. Morphology, 25, 327–343. pdf

Schiff, R., D. Ravid & A. Gur. 2015. Morpho-syntactic load in judging adjective plural agreement: comparing adults with and without ADD. Communication Disorders Quarterly, 36(2), 79–89. pdf

Ravid, D., T. Shalom, E. Dattner, I. Katzenberger, and G. Sha’ashua. 2015. Top-down measures in 7th grade writing: the effects of genre and SES. In Joan Perera Parramon, Elisa Isabel Rosado Villegas, Melina Aparici and Nayme Daniela Salas (Eds.) Written and spoken language development across the lifespan: Essays in honor of Liliana Tolchinsky. New York: Springer, 345-359. pdf

Schiff, R., M. Cohen, E. Ben-Artzi, A. Sasson & D. Ravid. 2016. Auditory morphological knowledge among children with developmental dyslexia. Scientific Studies of Reading, 20,2, 140-154. pdf

Ashkenazi, O., D. Ravid & S. Gillis. 2016. Breaking into the Hebrew verb system: a learning problem. First Language, 36, 505 –524. pdf

Ravid, D., O. Ashkenazi, R. Levie, G. Ben Zadok, T. Grunwald, R. Bratslavsky & S. Gillis. 2016. Foundations of the root category: analyses of linguistic input to Hebrew-speaking children. In R. Berman (ed.) Acquisition and Development of Hebrew:  From Infancy to Adolescence (pp. 95-134). TILAR (Trends in Language Acquisition Research) 19. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. pdf

Brandes, G. & Ravid, D. 2016. Prepositional phrases as manner adverbials in the development of Hebrew L1 text production. In L. Ortega, A. E. tyler, H. I. Park & M. Uno (Eds.), The usage-based study of language learning and multilingualism. Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 55–73. pdf

Ravid, D. Bar-On, A., Levie, R. & Douani, O. 2016. Hebrew adjective lexicons in developmental perspective: Subjective register and morphology. The Mental Lexicon 11, 401–428. pdf

Brandes, G., & Ravid, D. 2016. A developmental study of prepositional phrases in Hebrew written text construction. First Language, 35, 1–37. pdf

Bar-On, A., Dattner, E. & Ravid, D. 2017. Context effects on heterophonic-homography resolution in learning to read Hebrew. Reading and Writing, 30, 463–487.

Levie, R., Ben Zvi, G. & Ravid, D. 2017. Morpho-lexical development in language-impaired and typically developing Hebrew-speaking children from two SES backgrounds. Reading and Writing, 30, 1035–1064. pdf

Ravid, D. & Vered, L. In press. Hebrew verbal passives in Later Language Development: the interface of register and verb morphology. Journal of Child Language. pdf

Ravid, D. & L. Hershkovitz. In press. The development of Hebrew conjunct constructions in narration. In Eliane Segers and Paul van den Broek (eds.) Festschrift for Ludo Verhoeven. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Ravid, D. & A. Zimmerman. In press. Maternal input at 1;6: A comparison of two mothers from different SES backgrounds. In Nihan Ketrez, Aylin C. Küntay, Şeyda Özçalışkan and Aslı Özyürek (eds.) Social environment and cognition in language development: Studies in honor of Ayhan Aksu-Koç. Trends in Language Acquisition Research (TiLAR). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Ravid, D. & N. Assulin Tzabar. In press. Compounding in early child speech: Hebrew peer talk 2-8. In Wolfgang U. Dressler, Fatma Nihan Ketrez and Marianne Kilani Schoch (Eds.) Nominal Compound Acquisition. Amsterdam: Benjamins.


Books

Ravid, D. Language change in child and adult Hebrew: A psycholinguistic perspective. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995.

Ravid, D. 2012. Spelling morphology: the psycholinguistics of Hebrew spelling. New York: Springer.

 

Edited books and special issues 

Ravid, D. & H. Bat-Zeev Shyldkrot (Eds.), Perspectives on language and language development. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2005.

בורשטיין, ר’ וד’ רביד (עורכות). 2006. ספר יצחק שלזינגר. חלקת לשון, 37-38

Bar – On, A. & D. Ravid. In preparation. Handbook of Communications Disorders: Theoretical, Empirical, and Applied Linguistic Perspectives. Mouton de Guyter. Contract signed September 2013.

Ravid, D. (Ed.) 2009. First Language special issue on Intervention and Meta-language, 29(1).

Schiff, R. & D. Ravid. (Eds.) 2013. Journal of Learning Disabilities Special issue on Dyslexia and Language, 46.

Bar-On, A. (Ed.) & Ravid, D. (Ed.) In press, 2017. Handbook of Communication Disorders. Theoretical, Empirical, and Applied Linguistics Perspectives. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.

 

Articles in journals

Ravid, D. Some aspects of the problem of word order in Modern Israeli Hebrew. Hebrew Linguistics, 11, 1-45, 1977. [in Hebrew]

Berman, R.A. & D. Ravid. On the degree of lexicalization of compounds. Hebrew Linguistics, 24, 5-22, 1986. [in Hebrew] pdf

Ravid, D. & Y. Shlesinger. On the classification and structure of –i suffixed adjectives. Hebrew Linguistics, 25, 59-70, 1987. [in Hebrew] pdf

Ravid, D. Internal structure constraints on new-word formation devices in Modern Hebrew. Folia Linguistica, 24, 289-346, 1990.

Ravid, D. A new approach for Hebrew language instruction at highschool is called for, but what is it? Chelkat Lashon, 8, 18-24, 1992. [in Hebrew] pdf

Ravid, D. Neutralization of gender distinctions in Modern Hebrew numerals. Language Variation and Change, 7, 79-100, 1995.

Ravid, D. & Y. Shlesinger. Factors in the selection of compound-type in spoken and written Hebrew. Language Sciences, 17, 147-179, 1995.

Ravid, D. Accessing the mental lexicon: Evidence from incompatibility between representation of spoken and written morphology. Linguistics, 34, 1219-1246, 1996.

Ravid, D. Review of W. Chafe’s discourse, consciousness and time. Applied Psycholinguistics, 18, 373-378, 1997.

Ravid, D. Morphological development a duo: Pre- and proto-morphology in the language of Hebrew-speaking twins. Papers and Studies in Contrastive Linguistics, 33, 79-102, 1997.

Ravid, D. Language acquisition and language instruction: A comparison and mutual feedback. Chelkat Lashon, 25, 103-114, 1997. [in Hebrew]

Ravid, D. & A. Avidor. Acquisition of derived nominals in Hebrew: Developmental and linguistic principles. Journal of Child Language, 25, 229-266, 1998. pdf

Ravid, D. & D. Hanauer. A prototype theory of rhyme: Evidence from Hebrew. Cognitive Linguistics, 9, 79-106, 1998. pdf

Ashkenazi, O. & D. Ravid. Children’s understanding of linguistic humor: An aspect of metalinguistic awareness. Current Psychology of Cognition, 17, 367-387 (Special issue: Language play in children), 1998

Strauss, S., D. Ravid, N. Magen & D. Berliner. Relations between teachers’ subject matter knowledge, teaching experience, and their mental models of children’s minds and learning. Teaching and Teacher Education, 14, 579-595, 1998.

Shlesinger, Y. & D. Ravid. The double compound in Modern Hebrew: redundancy or an independent existence? Hebrew Linguistics, 43, 85-97, 1998. [in Hebrew] pdf

Ravid, D. On the essence of derived nominals in Modern Hebrew. Hebrew Linguistics, 45, 61-78, 1999. [in Hebrew]

Ravid, D. & R. Farah. Learning about noun plurals in early Palestinian Arabic. First Language, 19, 187-206, 1999. pdf

Berman, R.A. & D. Ravid. Acquisition of Israeli Hebrew and Palestinian Arabic: A review of current research. Hebrew Studies, 41, 7-22, 2000. pdf

Ravid, D. & D. Malenky. Awareness of linear and nonlinear morphology in Hebrew: A developmental study. First Language, 21, 25-56, 2001. pdf

Ravid, D. Learning to spell in Hebrew: Phonological and morphological factors. Reading and Writing, 14, 459-485, 2001. pdf

Levin, I., D. Ravid & S. Rappaport. Morphology and spelling among Hebrew-speaking children: From kindergarten to first grade. Journal of Child Language, 28, 741-769, 2001. pdf

Alfi-Shabtay & D. Ravid. Non-native knowledge in a second language: The case of the passive. Script, 2, 77-101, 2001 [in Hebrew] pdf

Shany, M., T. Zeiger & D. Ravid. Development and validation of diagnostic tools for assessing basic processes in reading and spelling. Script, 2, 167-203, 2001 [in Hebrew] pdf

Ravid, D. & Y. Shlesinger. Vowel reduction in Modern Hebrew: Traces of the past and current variation. Folia Linguistica, 35, 3-4, 371-397, 2001. pdf

Ravid, D., J. van Hell, E. Rosado & A. Zamora. Subject NP patterning in the development of text production: Speech and writing. Written Language and Literacy, 5, 69-94, 2002. pdf

Strömqvist, S., V. Johansson, S. Kriz, H. Ragnarsdóttir, R. Aisenman & D. Ravid. Toward a cross-linguistic comparison of lexical quanta in speech and writing. Written Language and Literacy, 5, 45-68, 2002.

Ravid, D. & L. Tolchinsky. Developing linguistic literacy: A comprehensive model. Journal of Child Language, 29, 419-448, 2002. pdf

Ravid, D. & L. Tolchinsky. Investigating literacy development and language acquisition: Reply to commentaries on ‘Developing linguistic literacy: A comprehensive model’. Journal of Child Language, 29, 489-494, 2002.

Ravid, D. The emergence of modality adaptation skills in expository text production. Balshanut Ivrit, Jubilee Issue 50, 95-120, 2002. [In Hebrew]

Ravid, D. Spelling errors in Hebrew: A developmental perspective. Megamot, 32, 29-57, 2002. [In Hebrew] pdf

Ravid, D., E. Olshtain & R. Ze’elon. Gradeschoolers’ linguistic and pragmatic speech adaptation to native and non-native interlocution. Journal of Pragmatics 35, 71-99, 2003. pdf

Ravid, D., H. Landau & M. Lovetski. Passive morphology in the school years: An example of later language acquisition. Script 5-6, 129-158, 2003. [in Hebrew]

Ravid, D. & S. Zilberbuch. Morpho-syntactic constructs in the development of spoken and written Hebrew text production. Journal of Child Language, 30, 395-418, 2003. pdf

Ravid, D. & L. Hayek. Learning about different ways of expressing number in the development of Palestinian Arabic. First Language, 23, 41-63, 2003. pdf

Ravid, D. & S. Zilberbuch. The development of complex nominals in expert and non-expert writing: A comparative study. Pragmatics and Cognition 11.2, 267-297, 2003. pdf

Ravid, D. & E. Kubi. What is a spelling error? The discrepancy between perception and reality. Faits de Langue, 22, 87-98, 2003. pdf

Ravid, D. & R. Schiff. 2004. Learning to represent vowels in written Hebrew: Different factors across development. First Language, 24, 185-208. pdf

Schiff, R. & D. Ravid. Vowel representation in written Hebrew: phonological, orthographic and morphological contexts. Reading and Writing, 17, 245-265, 2004. pdf

Schiff, R. & D. Ravid. Representing written vowels in university students with dyslexia compared with normal Hebrew readers. Annals of Dyslexia, 54, 39-64. 2004. pdf

Haim, O., S. Strauss & D. Ravid. Relations between EFL teachers’ formal knowledge of grammar and their in-action mental models of children’s minds and learning. Teaching and Teacher Education, 20, 8, 861-880, 2004. pdf

Ravid, D. & D. Cahana-Amitay. Verbal and nominal expression in narrating conflict situations in Hebrew. Journal of Pragmatics, 37, 157-183, 2005. pdf

Ravid, D. & A. Bar-On. Manipulating written Hebrew roots across development: The interface of semantic, phonological and orthographic factors. Reading & Writing, 18, 231-256, 2005. pdf

Ravid, D. & S. Haimowitz. The vowel path: Learning about vowel representation in written Hebrew. Written Language and Literacy, 9 (1), 67-93, 2006. pdf

Ravid, D. & R. A. Berman. Information density in the development of spoken and written narratives in English and Hebrew. Discourse Processes, 41 (2), 117-149, 2006. pdf

Gillis, S. & D. Ravid. Typological effects on spelling development: a crosslinguistic study of Hebrew and Dutch. Journal of Child Language, 33 (3), 621-659, 2006. pdf

Tannenbaum, M., Abugov, N., & D. Ravid. Bonding in narratives of ultra-orthodox Jewish girls. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 27, 472-490, 2006 pdf

Ravid, D. Word-level morphology: A psycholinguistic perspective on linear formation in Hebrew nominals. Morphology, 16, 127-148, 2006  pdf

Ravid, D. & R. Schiff. Roots and patterns in Hebrew language development: evidence from written morphological analogies. Reading and Writing, 19, 789-818, 2006.

Laaha, S., D. Ravid, K. Korecky-Kröll, G. Laaha, and W.U. Dressler. Early noun plurals in German: Regularity, productivity, or default? Journal of Child Language, 33 (2), 271-302, 2006
Ravid, D. Semantic development in textual contexts during the school years: Noun Scale analyses. Journal of Child Language, 33, 791-821, 2006.

Ravid, D. & R. Schiff. Morphological abilities in Hebrew-speaking gradeschoolers from two socio-economic backgrounds: An analogy task. First Language, 26, 381-402, 2006.

Ravid, D., T. Vered-Leybovitch & A. Gino-Rodin. NPs in children’s books: a developmental psycholinguistic perspective. Chelkat Lashon, 37-38 (R. Borstein & D. Ravid, eds., Festschrift Issue for Yitzhak Shlesinger), 187-203, 2006. [in Hebrew] pdf

Ravid, D. & Y. Epel Mashraki. Prosodic reading, reading comprehension and language skills in Hebrew-speaking 4th graders. Journal of Research in Reading, 30, 2, 140-156, 2007.

Schiff, R. & D. Ravid. Morphological analogies in Hebrew-speaking university students with dyslexia compared with typically developing gradeschoolers. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 36, 3, 237-253, 2007. pdf

Tannenbaum, M., Abugov, N., & D. Ravid. Linguistic patterns in narratives of ultra-orthodox girls. Pragmatics and Cognition. 15 (2), 347–378, 2007.

Nir-Sagiv, B., M. Sternau, R.A. Berman & D. Ravid. 2008. The development of language registers in school age as a diagnostic across genres and modalities. Literacy and Language 1, 71-103 (Oryanut Ve-Safa) [in Hebrew]

ברכה ניר-שגיב, מרית שטרנאו, רות ברמן ודורית רביד. 2008 התפתחות המשלב הלשוני בגיל בית הספר כגורם מבחין בין סוגות (סיפורי / עיוני) ובין אפנויות (כתיבה / דיבור). אוריינות ושפה 1 71-103

Ravid, D. & R. Schiff. 2009. Morpho-phonological categories of noun plurals in Hebrew: A developmental study. Linguistics, 47 (1), 45-63.

Ravid, D. & R. Berman. 2009. Developing linguistic register in different text types. Pragmatics & Cognition, 17, 108–145.

Ravid, D. & A. Hora. 2009. From implicit to explicit language knowledge in intervention: Introduction to the special issue on Intervention and Meta-language. First Language. 29(1), 5–14.

Ravid, D. & V. Geiger. 2009. Promoting morphological awareness in Hebrew-speaking gradeschoolers: An intervention study using linguistic humor. Special issue of First language on Intervention and Metalanguage, 29(1), 81–112. pdf

Segall, O., B. Nir-Sagiv, L. Kishon-Rabin & D. Ravid. 2008. Prosodic patterns in Hebrew child directed speech. Journal of Child Language, 35, 1-28.

Ravid, D. & Doron-Geller, D. 2009. Development of conditional sentences in Hebrew child language: an experimental study. Literacy and Language (Oryanut Ve-Safa), 2, 55-78. [in Hebrew] pdf

Ravid, D. & R. Levie. 2010. Adjectives in the development of text production: Lexical, morphological and syntactic analyses. First Language, 30, 27-55.

Ravid, D. & R. Berman. 2010. Developing noun phrase complexity at school-age: A text-embedded cross-linguistic analysis. First Language, 30, 3–26.

Berman, R.A. & D. Ravid. 2010. Interpretation and recall of proverbs in three pre-adolescent populations. First Language, 30, 155-173.

DeKeyser, R., I. Alfi-Shabtay & D. Ravid. 2010. Cross-linguistic evidence for the nature of age effects in second language acquisition. Applied Psycholinguistics, 31, 413–438.

Schiff, R., D. Ravid & S. Levy-Shimon. 2011. Children’s command of plural and possessive marking on Hebrew nouns: A comparison of obligatory vs. optional inflections. Journal of Child Language, 38, 433–454.

Bar-On, A. & D. Ravid. 2011. Morphological decoding in Hebrew pseudowords: a developmental study. Applied Psycholinguistics, 32, 553–581.

Berman, R.A., R. Nayditz & D. Ravid. 2011. Linguistic diagnostics of written texts in two school-age populations. Written Language & Literacy 14, 161-187.

Ravid, D. 2012. Phono-morpho-orthographic construal: The view from spelling. Invited commentary on R. Frost’s A universal theory of reading, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 35, 263–329.

רביד ד’ וט’ אגוז-ליבשטיין. 2012. פעלים מנטאליים במילון העברי. חלקת לשון (חוברת מיוחדת המוקדשת לחוה שילדקרוט), 224 – 241

.רביד, ד’. 2011. הופעת קטגוריית הפועל בעברית בקרב פעוטות: מבט פסיכולינגוויסטי חדש. אוריינות ושפה, 3, 131-160

Ravid, D. & R. Schiff. 2012. From dichotomy to divergence: Number/gender marking on Hebrew nouns and adjectives across schoolage. Language Learning, 62, 133-169.

Schiff, D. & D. Ravid. 2012. Linguistic processing in Hebrew-speaking children from low and high SES backgrounds. Reading & Writing, 25, 1427-1448.

Saiegh-Haddad, E., A. Hadieh & D. Ravid. 2012. Acquiring noun plurals in Palestinian Arabic: Morphology, familiarity, and pattern frequency. Language Learning, 62, 1024-1051. pdf

Schiff, D. & D. Ravid. 2013. Morphological processing in Hebrew-speaking reading-disabled students. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 46, 220-229.

Ravid, D. & R. Schiff. 2013. Different perspectives on the interface of dyslexia and language: Introduction to the special LLD issue on Dyslexia and Language. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 46, 195-199.

Ravid, D., Bar- On, A. & E. Dattner. 2014. Linguistics in the service of communications disorders: New frontiers. AILA Review, 26, 79-99.

Abugov, N. & Ravid, D. 2014. Home language usage and the impact of Israeli Hebrew on Yiddish: noun plurals in Sanz Ultra Orthodox Yiddish. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 226, 189–211. pdf

Uziel-Karl, U., F. Kanaan, N. Abugov, R. Yifat, I. Meir, & D. Ravid. 2014. Hebrew and Palestinian Arabic in Israel: Linguistic frameworks and SLP services. Special issue on “Global issues in language disorders: Processes, frameworks and policies“, Topics in Language Disorders, 34, 133–154.

Tribushinina, E., Van den Bergh, H., Ravid, D., Aksu-Koç, A., Kilani-Schoch, M., Korecky-Kröll, K., Leibovitch-Cohen, I., Laaha, S., Nir, B., Dressler W.U. and Gillis, S. (2014). Development of adjective frequencies across semantic classes: A growth curve analysis of child speech and child-directed speech. Language, Interaction and Acquisition 5:2 (2014), 185–226. pdf

Schwartz, M., Nir, B., Leikin, M., Levie, R. & Ravid, D. 2014. Acquisition of noun plurals among early sequential Russian-Hebrew speaking bilinguals: A longitudinal multiple case study. Heritage Language Journal, 11(2), 151-185. pdf

Ravid, D. & R. Schiff. 2015. It’s all about gender: Hebrew speakers’ processing of plural agreement morphology. Morphology, 25, 327–343.

Ravid, D. & Y. Chen-Djemal. 2015. Spoken and written narration in Hebrew: A case study. Written Language and Literacy, 18:1, 56-81. pdf

Schiff, R., D. Ravid & A. Gur. 2015. Morpho-syntactic load in judging adjective plural agreement: comparing adults with and without ADD. Communication Disorders Quarterly, 36(2), 79–89.

Schiff, R., M. Cohen, E. Ben-Artzi, A. Sasson & D. Ravid. 2016. Auditory morphological knowledge among children with developmental dyslexia. Scientific Studies of Reading, 20:2, 140-154.

Ashkenazi, O., D. Ravid & S. Gillis. 2016. Breaking into the Hebrew verb system: a learning problem. First Language, 36, 505 –524.

Ravid, D. Bar-On, A., Levie, R. & Douani, O. 2016. Hebrew adjective lexicons in developmental perspective: Subjective register and morphology. The Mental Lexicon 11, 401–428.

Brandes, G., & Ravid, D. 2016. A developmental study of prepositional phrases in Hebrew written text construction. First Language, 35, 1–37.

Bar-On, A., Dattner, E. & Ravid, D. 2017. Context effects on heterophonic-homography resolution in learning to read Hebrew. Reading and Writing, 30, 463–487

Levie, R., Ben Zvi, G. & Ravid, D. 2017. Morpho-lexical development in language-impaired and typically developing Hebrew-speaking children from two SES backgrounds. Reading and Writing, 30, 1035–1064.

Ravid, D. & Vered, L. In press. Hebrew verbal passives in Later Language Development: the interface of register and verb morphology. Journal of Child Language. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0305000916000544

Chapters in books

Ravid, D. Cost in language acquisition. In U. Ornan, R. Ben-Shachar & G. Turi (Eds.), Hebrew is a living language: Studies in Hebrew in its socio-cultural contexts. Haifa: Haifa University Press, 1992, 69-85. [in Hebrew]

Ravid, D. Adopting foreign words into Hebrew. In M. Muchnik (Ed.), Foreign influences on contemporary Hebrew. Tel Aviv: The Open University Press, 1992, 11-20. [in Hebrew]

Ravid, D. The acquisition and processing of inflected prepositions. In O. Schwarzwald & Y. Shlesinger (Eds.), The Hadassa Kantor book: A collection of linguistic studies. Ramat Gan: Chen, 1995, 184-195. [in Hebrew]

Ravid. D. The acquisition of morphological junctions in Modern Hebrew. In H. Pishwa & K. Maroldt (Eds.), The development of morphological systematicity: A crosslinguistic perspective. Tubingen: Gunter Narr, 1995, 55-77.

Ravid, D. Cost in language acquisition, language processing and language change. In E.H. Casad (Ed.), Cognitive linguistics in the redwoods: The expansion of a new paradigm in linguistics. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1996, 117-146.

Ravid, D. language acquisition, language processing and literacy: The principle of typological consistency. In Y. Shimron (Ed.), Studies in the psychology of the language in Israel: language acquisition, reading and writing. Jerusalem: Magnes, 1997, 101-118. [in Hebrew]

Ravid, D. & R. Farah. Rule and rote in the acquisition of Palestinian Arabic noun plurals. In A. Aksu-Koc, E. Erguvanli-Taylan, A. Sumru Ozsoy & A. Kuntay (Eds.), Perspectives on language acquisition. Istanbul: Bogazici University Press, 1998, 31-45.

Ravid, D. Diminutive –i in early child Hebrew: an initial analysis. In S. Gillis (ed.) Studies in the acquisition of number and diminutive marking. Antwerp: Antwerp University Press, 1998, 149-174. pdf

Levin I., Ravid, D., & S. Rappaport. Developing morphological awareness and learning: A two-way street. In T. Nunes (Ed.), Learning to read: An integrated view from research and practice. Amsterdam: Kluwer, 1999, 77-104.

Strauss, S., D. Ravid, H. Zelcer & D.C. Berliner. Relations between teachers’ subject matter knowledge about written language and their mental models about children’s learning. In T. Nunes (Ed.), Learning to read: An integrated view from research and practice. Amsterdam: Kluwer, 1999, 259-282.

Ravid, D., G. Avivi-Ben Zvi & R. Levie. Derivational morphology in SLI children: structure and semantics of Hebrew nouns. In M. Perkins & S. Howard (Eds.), New directions in language development and disorders. New York : Plenum, 1999, 39-49.

Ravid, D. & Y. Shlesinger. Modern Hebrew adverbials: Between syntactic class and lexical category. In E. Contini-Morava & Y. Tobin (Eds.), Grammatical categories. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 1999, 333-351. pdf

Ravid, D. The consolidation of Hebrew orthographic perception in gradeschoolers: a theoretical model and empirical testing. In O. (Rodrigue) Schwarzwald, S. Blum-Kulka & E. Olshtain (Eds.), The Raphael Nir book: Studies in communication, linguistics and language instruction. Jerusalem: Carmel, 1999, 411-428. [in Hebrew]

Ravid, D. & M. Nir. On the development of the category of adjective in Hebrew. In M. Beers, B. van den Bogaerde, G. Bol, J. de Jong, & C. Rooijmans (Eds.), From sound to sentence: Studies on first language acquisition. Groningen: Center for Language and Cognition, 2000, 113-124.

Cahana-Amitay, D. & D. Ravid. Optional bound morphology in the development of text production. In S.C. Howell, S.A. Fish & T. Keith-Lucas (Eds.), Proceedings of the 24th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Vol. I. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press, 2000, 176-184.

Gillis, S. and D. Ravid. Language-specific effects on the development of written morphology. In S. Bendjaballah and W. U. Dressler (Eds.), Morphology 2000. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2001, 129-136.

Ravid, D. & S. Zilberbuch. Complex nominal constructions in encyclopedic texts: linguistic and developmental aspects. In O. R. Schwarzwald & R. Nir (Eds.), The Ben-Zion Fischler book: Studies in Hebrew and language teaching in honor of Ben-Zion Fischler. Tel Aviv: Reches, 2001, 245-263. [in Hebrew]

Ravid, D., R. Levie & G. Avivi Ben-Zvi. The role of language typology in linguistic development: Implications for the study of language disorders. In Y. Levy & J. Schaeffer (Eds.), Language competence across populations: Toward a definition of SLI. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum, 2002, 183-207.

Ravid, D. & S. Gillis. Teachers’ perception of spelling patterns and children’s spelling errors: A cross-linguistic perspective. In M. Neef, A. Neijt and R. Sproat (Eds.), Consistency in writing systems. Tübingen: Niemeyer Verlag, 2002, 71-95.

Ravid, D. Language and literacy in the transition from kindergarten to first grade. In P. Klein (Ed.), Language, learning and literacy in early childhood. Tel Aviv: Ramot, Tel Aviv University Press, 2002, 43-70. [in Hebrew]

Ravid, D. A developmental perspective on root perception in Hebrew and Palestinian Arabic. In Y. Shimron (Ed.), Language processing and acquisition in languages of Semitic, root-based morphology. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 293-319, 2003.

Gillis, S., & Ravid, D. Fonologie, morfologie en leren spellen: Een crosslinguïstisch psycholinguïstisch onderzoek. In G. De Schutter & S. Gillis (Eds.), Fonologische kruispunten. Gent: KANTL, 199-231, 2003.

Ravid, D. & R.A. Berman. Speaking and writing about conflict situation throughout adolescence: A multi-dimensional narrative analysis. In Y. Shlesinger & M. Muchnik (eds.) The Ilash book. Jerusalem: Tsiv’onim, 278-293, 2003. [in Hebrew]

Ravid, D. & R.A. Berman. On modeling information density in narrative texts. In Luuk Lagerwerf, Wilbert Spooren, and Liesbeth Degand (eds) Multidisciplinary Approaches to Discourse 2003: Determination of Information and Tenor in Texts. Uitgaven Stichting Neerlandistiek & Münster, Germany: Nodus Publikationen, 17-35, 2003.

Ravid, D., R. Levie & G. Avivi-Ben Zvi. Morphological disorders. In L. Verhoeven and Hans van Balkom (Eds.), Classification of developmental language disorders: Theoretical issues and clinical implications. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum, 235-260, 2003. pdf

Gillis, D. & D. Ravid. Language acquisition. In J.Verschueren, J.-O. Östman J. Blommaert, and C.E. Bulcaen (Eds.), Handbook of pragmatics. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2003.

Ravid, D. Later lexical development in Hebrew: derivational morphology revisited. In R.A. Berman (ed.) Language development across childhood and adolescence: Psycholinguistic and crosslinguistic perspectives, TILAR (Trends in Language Acquisition Research) series. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 53-82, 2004.

Ravid, D. Emergence of linguistic complexity in written expository texts: Evidence from later language acquisition. In D. Ravid & H. Bat-Zeev Shyldkrot (eds.) Perspectives on language and language development. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 337-355, 2005.

Ravid, D. Hebrew orthography and literacy. In R.M. Joshi & P.G. Aaron (Eds.), Handbook of orthography and literacy. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum, 2005, 339-363. pdf

Hora, A., G. Avivi-Ben Zvi, R. Levie & D. Ravid. Acquiring diminutive structures and meanings in Hebrew: an experimental study. In I. Savickiene & W.U. Dressler, eds. The acquisition of diminutives. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2006, 295-317. pdf

Ravid, D., & R. Saban. Syntactic and meta-syntactic skills in the school years: A developmental study in Hebrew. In I. Kupferberg & A. Stavans, eds. Language education in Israel: Papers in Honor of Elite Olshtain. Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 2008, 75-110.

Ravid, D., W.U. Dressler, B. Nir-Sagiv, K. Korecky-Kröll, A. Souman, K. Rehfeldt, S. Laaha, J. Bertl, H. Basbøll, and S. Gillis. 2008. Core morphology in child directed speech: Crosslinguistic corpus analyses of noun plurals. In Heike Behrens (ed.) TILAR Series No 6. Trends in Corpus Research (Finding structure in data). Amsterdam: Benjamins, 25-60.

Berman, R.A. & D. Ravid. Analyzing narrative informativeness in speech and writing. In A. Tyler, Y. Kim, & M. Takada, eds. Language in the context of use: Cognitive approaches to language and language learning. Mouton de Gruyter: The Hague [Cognitive Linguistics Research Series], 79-101. pdf

Berman, R.A. & D. Ravid. 2008. Becoming a literate language user: Oral and written text construction across adolescence. In David R. Olson and Nancy Torrance (eds.) Cambridge handbook of literacy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 92-111.

Ravid, D. & R. Farah. 2009. Noun plurals in early Palestinian Arabic: A longitudinal case study. In Ursula Stephany and Maria D. Voeikova (eds.) Development of nominal inflection in first language acquisition A cross-linguistic perspective (SOLA 30). Amsterdam: Mouton de Gruyter, 411-432.

Ravid, D., E. Dromi and P. Kotler. 2009. Linguistic complexity in school-age text production: Expository vs. mathematical discourse. In Marilyn A. Nippold & Cheryl M. Scott, (Eds.) Expository Discourse in Children, Adolescents, and Adults: Development and Disorders. NY: Psychology Press, 125-156.

Ravid, D. 2011. Writing morpho(phono)logy: the psycholinguistics of Hebrew spelling. In D. Aram & O. Korat (eds) Literacy and language. Jerusalem: Magnes [in Hebrew]

רביד, ד’. 2011. כותבים מורפו(פונו)לוגיה: הפסיכולינגוויסטיקה של הכתיב העברי. בתוך ע’ קורת וד’ ארם (עורכות) אוריינות ושפה: יחסי גומלין, דו לשוניות וקשיים. ירושלים: מאגנס, 190-210

Alfi-Shabtay, I. & Ravid, D. (2012). Adjective inflection in Hebrew: A psycholinguistic study of speakers of Russian, English and Arabic compared with native Hebrew speakers. In M. Leikin, M. Schwarts and Y. Tobin, (eds.). Current Issues in Bilingualism. Cognitive and Socio-linguistic Perspectives (pp. 159-178). New York: Springer.

רביד, ד’ וא’ בראון. 2012. היבטים סמנטיים של רכישת מבני הסמיכות. בתוך מ’ מוצ’ניק וצ’ סדן (עורכים), מחקרים בעברית החדשה ובלשונות היהודים, מוגשים ל א’ ר’ שורצולד. ירושלים: כרמל, עמ’ 274-288

Abugov, N. & Ravid, D. 2013. Assessing Yiddish plurals in acquisition: impacts of bilingualism. In Mueller Gathercole V. C (ed.) Bilinguals and Assessment: State of the art guide to issues and solutions from around the world. Bristol: Multilingual Matters, 90-110.

Ravid, D. 2013. Syntactic complexity in discourse production across different text types. In Catherine Bolly & Liesbeth Degand (eds), Across the Line of Speech and Writing Variation. Corpora and Language in Use – Proceedings 2. Louvain-la-Neuve: Presses universitaires de Louvain, 51-66.

Ravid, D & G. Ginat-Heiman. 2014. L1 and L2 proficiency in Hebrew-English adolescent learners. In Adelheid Hu & Patrick Grommes (eds.), Plurilingual Education: Policies – Practice – Language Development. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 221-246.

Abugov, N. & Ravid, D. 2014. Noun plurals in Israeli Ultra-Orthodox Yiddish: a psycholinguistic perspective. In Aptroot, M. & Hansen, B. (eds.) Yiddish Language Structures. (Empirical Approaches to Language Typology). Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter, 9-39.

Ravid, D., D. Naoum and S. Nasser. 2014. Narrative development in Palestinian Arabic. In Saiegh-Haddad, E. & Joshi, M. (Eds.), Handbook of Arabic literacy: Insights and perspectives. Dordrecht: Springer, 153-170. pdf

Levie, R., D. Ravid, T. Freud & T. Most. 2014. Spelling abilities in Hebrew-speaking children with hearing impairment. In Arfé, B., Dockrell, J., & Berninger, W. V. (Eds.) Writing Development in Children with Hearing Loss, Dyslexia or Oral Language Problems: Implications for Assessment and Instruction. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 70-84.

Ravid, D., T. Shalom, E. Dattner, I. Katzenberger, and G. Sha’ashua. 2015. Top-down measures in 7th grade writing: the effects of genre and SES. In Joan Perera Parramon, Elisa Isabel Rosado Villegas, Melina Aparici and Nayme Daniela Salas (Eds.) Written and spoken language development across the lifespan: Essays in honor of Liliana Tolchinsky. New York: Springer, 345-359.

Brandes, G. & Ravid, D. 2016. Prepositional phrases as manner adverbials in the development of Hebrew L1 text production. In L. Ortega, A. E. Tyler, H. I. Park & M. Uno (Eds.), The usage-based study of language learning and multilingualism. Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 55-74.

Ravid, D., O. Ashkenazi, R. Levie, G. Ben Zadok, T. Grunwald, R. Bratslavsky & S. Gillis. 2016. Foundations of the root category: analyses of linguistic input to Hebrew-speaking children. In R. Berman (ed.) Acquisition and Development of Hebrew:  From Infancy to Adolescence (pp. 95-134). TILAR (Trends in Language Acquisition Research) 19. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Ravid, D. & L. Hershkovitz. In press. The development of Hebrew conjunct constructions in narration. In Eliane Segers and Paul van den Broek (eds.) Festschrift for Ludo Verhoeven. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Ravid, D. & A. Zimmerman. In press. Maternal input at 1;6: A comparison of two mothers from different SES backgrounds. In Nihan Ketrez, Aylin C. Küntay, Şeyda Özçalışkan and Aslı Özyürek (eds.) Social environment and cognition in language development: Studies in honor of Ayhan Aksu-Koç. Trends in Language Acquisition Research (TiLAR). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Ravid, D. & N. Assulin Tzabar. In press. Compounding in early child speech: Hebrew peer talk 2-8. In Wolfgang U. Dressler, Fatma Nihan Ketrez and Marianne Kilani Schoch (Eds.) Nominal Compound Acquisition. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

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