Harley Hamilton

Publications

Books

Signs Everywhere: A Collection of signs for towns, cities, states, and provinces in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. with Nancy Kelly-Jones, Modern Signs Press, Los Alamitos, CA, 1981.

Sports Signs. with N. Kelly-Jones, Modern Signs Press, Los Alamitos, CA, 1985.

Grandfather Moose: Rhymes, games, and chants in sign language. Modern Signs Press, Los Alamitos, CA, 1989.

Book chapters

Sociolectal judgments by deaf children. in J.G. Kyle and B. Woll (eds.) Language in Sign: International perspectives on sign language. Croon Helm, London, 1983.

Linguistic encoding and adult-child interaction. In D. S.Martin (Ed.), Cognition, Education and Deafness: Directions for Research and Instruction (pp. 91-93 ).Washington: Gallaudet College Press., 1985

Journal articles

Cheremic perception by deaf children. Sign Language Studies. 42, 23-30 1984.

The development of sign-based perception by deaf children. Perceptual and motor skills. 60, 1985.

Imitative production of verbs of movement and location: A comparative study, with D.Lillo-Martin, Sign Language Studies. 50, 1986.

Perception of sign language parameters. Sign Language Studies. 50. 1986.

Grandfather Moose: Sign language nursery rhymes. Perspectives. X, 1987.

The box: A low-error method for teaching English skills to hearing-impaired students. with G. Jones, The Volta Review. 91,1, 1989.

Linguistic encoding in short-term memory as a function of stimulus type. with T. Holzman, Memory and Cognition. 17, 5,1989.

A Gesture-based American Sign Language (ASL) Tutor for Deaf Children, Seungyon Lee, Valerie Henderson, Harley Hamilton, Thad Starner, Helene Brashear, Steven Hamilton, Proceedings of CHI(Computer-Human Interaction). Portland, OR. April 2005

User-Centered Development of a Gesture-Based American sign Language (ASL) Game, Seungyon Lee, Valerie Henderson, Helene Brashear, Thad Starner, Harley Hamilton, Steven Hamilton, Proceedings of Instructional Technology and Education of the Deaf Symposium, NTID(National Technocal Institute for the Deaf), Rochester, NY. June 2005