Dr. Christina Reuterskiöld's research focuses on developmental language disorder in children. Her main interest is the influence of non-linguistic and linguistic context on language processing and production. Dr. Reuterskiöld is certified as a Speech Language Pathologist by the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) and the Swedish Board of Social Care. She holds a faculty affiliation in Department of Clinical Sciences at Lund University in Sweden, where students from NYU attend a study abroad program.
Small Talk Child Language Development and Disorders Lab with descriptions of current research projects.
Clark, G. & Reuterskiöld, C. Orthographic Support for Word Learning in Clinical Populations: A Systematic Review (in press). Language Speech and Hearing Services in the Schools.
Hallin, A. E. & Reuterskiöld, C., 2021. Värt att veta om språkstörning. (Worth knowing about developmental language disorder). Natur och Kultur, Stockholm, Sweden
Siyambalapitiya, S., Paynter, J., Nair, V., Reuterskiöld, C., Tucker, M. &. Trembath, D., 2021. Longitudinal social-communication outcomes in children with autism raised in bi/multilingual environments. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
- Reuterskiöld, C., Hallin, A. E., Nair, V., & Hansson, K. 2021. Morphosyntactic challenges for Swedish-speaking children with developmental language disorders in comparison with L1 and L2 peers: A review. Applied Linguistics 1-20
Moses, N, Reuterskiöld, C. & Klein, H. 2020. Language sampling and semantics in dynamic assessment: value, biases, solutions. Journal of the National Black Association for Speech Language and Hearing (JNBASLH) Volume 15, Issue 3
Jing, L, Vermeire, K, Mangino, A. & Reuterskiöld, C. 2019. Rhyme awareness in children with normal hearing and children with cochlear implants: an exploratory study. Frontiers in Psychology doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.02072
- Hallin, A. E. & Reuterskiöld, C. 2018. Effects of frequency and morpho-syntactic structure on error detection, correction, and repetition in Swedish-speaking children. Applied Psycholinguistics
- Hallin, A., E. & Reuterskiöld, C. 2017. Error type and lexical frequency effects: Error detection in Swedish children with language impairment. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, Vol. 60, 2924-2934, doi:10.1044/2017_JSLHR-L-16-0294
- Van Den Heuvel, E., Reuterskiöld, C., Solot, C., Manders, E., Swillen, A. & Zink, I. 2016. Referential Communication Abilities in Children with 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology
- Hallin, AE., Garcia, G. D., & Reuterskiöld, C. 2016. The Use of Causal Language and Filled Pauses in Children with and without Autism. Child Development Research, Volume 2016, ID 8535868
- Reuterskiöld, C. & Grigos, M. 2015. Nonword Repetition and Speech Motor Control in Children. Biomed Research International. Volume 2015, 683279.
- Reuterskiöld, C. & Sidtis, D. Incidental Learning of Idioms in Children. 2012. Child Language Teaching and Therapy. 29 (2) 219-231.
- Reuterskiöld, C., Hansson, K. & Sahlen, B. 2011. Narrative Skills in Swedish Children with Language Impairment: Content and Cohesion. Journal of Communication Disorders, 44, 733–744.
- Samuelsson, C., Reuterskiöld, C., Nettelbladt, U., & Sahlen, B, 2011. Production and Perception of Metrical Patterns in Swedish Children with Language Impairment. Logopedics, Phoniatrics and Vocology 36(1), 1-11.
- Reuterskiöld, C., Ibertsson, T. and Sahlén, B. 2010. Venturing beyond the sentence level. Narrative skills in Swedish children with hearing impairment. The Volta Review Vol 110(3), 389–406.