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ANIBLE, BENJAMIN
2020. Iconicity in American Sign Language–English translation recognition. Language and Cognition 12:1  pp. 138 ff. DOI logo
Hou, Lynn
2022. LOOKing for multi-word expressions in American Sign Language. Cognitive Linguistics 33:2  pp. 291 ff. DOI logo
Lepic, Ryan
2021. From letters to families. In Constructions in Contact 2 [Constructional Approaches to Language, 30],  pp. 268 ff. DOI logo
Lepic, Ryan & Corrine Occhino
2018. A Construction Morphology Approach to Sign Language Analysis. In The Construction of Words [Studies in Morphology, 4],  pp. 141 ff. DOI logo
Martinez del Rio, Aurora, Casey Ferrara, Sanghee J. Kim, Emre Hakgüder & Diane Brentari
2022. Identifying the Correlations Between the Semantics and the Phonology of American Sign Language and British Sign Language: A Vector Space Approach. Frontiers in Psychology 13 DOI logo
Senghas, Ann
2021. Connecting Language Acquisition and Language Evolution. In Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology,  pp. 57 ff. DOI logo
Stocker, Kurt
2014. The Theory of Cognitive Spacetime. Metaphor and Symbol 29:2  pp. 71 ff. DOI logo
Zwitserlood, Inge, Pamela Perniss & Aslı Özyürek
2012. An empirical investigation of expression of multiple entities in Turkish Sign Language (TİD): Considering the effects of modality. Lingua 122:14  pp. 1636 ff. DOI logo
Zwitserlood, Inge, Els van der Kooij & Onno Crasborn
2023. Units of sub-sign meaning in NGT. Sign Language & Linguistics 26:2  pp. 276 ff. DOI logo
Östling, Robert, Carl Börstell & Servane Courtaux
2018. Visual Iconicity Across Sign Languages: Large-Scale Automated Video Analysis of Iconic Articulators and Locations. Frontiers in Psychology 9 DOI logo

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