Marcus Perlman
Marcus Perlman
University of Birmingham, English Language and Linguistics
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Iconicity in English and Spanish and its relation to lexical category and age of acquisition
LK Perry, M Perlman, G Lupyan
PloS one 10 (9), e0137147, 2015
1152015
Iconicity can ground the creation of vocal symbols
M Perlman, R Dale, G Lupyan
Royal Society open science 2 (8), 150152, 2015
842015
Which words are most iconic?: Iconicity in English sensory words
B Winter, M Perlman, LK Perry, G Lupyan
Interaction Studies 18 (3), 443-464, 2017
632017
The contested impact of cognitive linguistic research on the psycholinguistics of metaphor understanding
RW Gibbs, M Perlman
Applications of Cognitive Linguistics 1, 211, 2006
592006
Iconicity in the speech of children and adults
LK Perry, M Perlman, B Winter, DW Massaro, G Lupyan
Developmental Science 21 (3), e12572, 2018
492018
The human-fostered gorilla Koko shows breath control in play with wind instruments
M Perlman, FG Patterson, RH Cohn
Biolinguistics 6 (3-4), 433-444, 2012
452012
Vision dominates in perceptual language: English sensory vocabulary is optimized for usage
B Winter, M Perlman, A Majid
Cognition 179, 213-220, 2018
412018
Iconicity in vocalization, comparisons with gesture, and implications for theories on the evolution of language
M Perlman, AA Cain
Gesture 14 (3), 320-350, 2014
352014
Iconic prosody in story reading
M Perlman, N Clark, MJ Falck
Cognitive Science, 2014
342014
Pronunciation training: the role of eye and ear
DW Massaro, S Bigler, T Chen, M Perlman, S Ouni
Ninth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, 2008
322008
Timescales of massive human entrainment
R Fusaroli, M Perlman, A Mislove, A Paxton, T Matlock, R Dale
PloS one 10 (4), e0122742, 2015
312015
People can create iconic vocalizations to communicate various meanings to na´ve listeners
M Perlman, G Lupyan
Scientific reports 8 (1), 2634, 2018
302018
Learned vocal and breathing behavior in an enculturated gorilla
M Perlman, N Clark
Animal cognition 18 (5), 1165-1179, 2015
292015
Iconicity in Signed and Spoken Vocabulary: A Comparison Between American Sign Language, British Sign Language, English, and Spanish
M Perlman, H Little, B Thompson, RL Thompson
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1433, 2018
282018
Quotation as a multimodal construction
NL Blackwell, M Perlman, JEF Tree
Journal of Pragmatics 81, 1-7, 2015
262015
Using space to talk and gesture about numbers: Evidence from the TV News Archive
B Winter, M Perlman, T Matlock
Gesture 13 (3), 377-408, 2013
252013
A mother gorilla’s variable use of touch to guide her infant
M Perlman, JE Tanner, BJ King
Developments in primate gesture research 6, 55, 2012
232012
Language understanding is grounded in experiential simulations: a response to Weiskopf
RW Gibbs Jr, M Perlman
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 41 (3), 305-308, 2010
222010
Quantifying iconicity’s contribution during language acquisition: Implications for vocabulary learning
DW Massaro, M Perlman
Frontiers in Communication 2, 4, 2017
212017
Debunking two myths against vocal origins of language: Language is iconic and multimodal to the core
M Perlman
Interaction Studies 18 (3), 376-401, 2017
192017
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