Petra Hendriks

Atty Schouwenaars, Mareike Finke, Petra Hendriks, & Esther Ruigendijk (submitted). Which questions do children with cochlear implants understand: an eye-tracking study. September 2017.

Atty Schouwenaars, Petra Hendriks, & Esther Ruigendijk (submitted). German children's processing of morphosyntactic cues in wh-questions. February 2017.

Atty Schouwenaars, Esther Ruigendijk, & Petra Hendriks (submitted). Wh-questions in Dutch and German: An Optimality Theory approach. July 2016.

Margreet Vogelzang, Francesca Foppolo, Maria Teresa Guasti, Hedderik van Rijn, & Petra Hendriks (submitted). Reasoning about alternative forms is costly: The processing of null and overt pronouns in Italian using pupillary responses. February 2017.

Jessica Overweg, Catharina A. Hartman, & Petra Hendriks (submitted). Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder show pronoun reversals in interpretation. June 2017.

Jessica Overweg, Catharina A. Hartman, & Petra Hendriks (submitted). Temporarily out of order: perspective-shifting in time in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. November 2016.

Jessica Overweg, Catharina A. Hartman, & Petra Hendriks (submitted). Is the ball behind or in front of the tree? Perspective-taking difficulties in the interpretation of spatial prepositions by children with and without autism. March 2016.

Jennifer Spenader, Anna de Koster, Bart Hollebrandse, & Petra Hendriks (submitted). Exhaustivity versus set confusion: Children's errors interpreting only and all. October 2017.

Sanne J.M. Kuijper, Catharina A. Hartman, & Petra Hendriks (submitted). Pronoun processing in children with ASD and ADHD: the role of Theory of Mind, inhibition, and working memory. November 2015.

Sanne J.M. Kuijper, Petra Hendriks, Wery P.M. van den Wildenberg, Bart Hollebrandse, Hilde M. Geurts, & Catharina A. Hartman (submitted). Theory of mind deficits have different underlying mechanisms in children with ASD and ADHD. November 2015.

Gisi Cannizzaro & Petra Hendriks (submitted). Production precedes comprehension in 2- and 3-year-old Dutch children's acquisition of word order. February 2015.