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Arik, E. (2010). Describing motion events in sign languages. Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics, 46(4), 367-390.
Arik, E. (under review). Does iconicity lead to the same mapping strategies in construing space during interaction across sign languages?
Arik, E. (under review). Left/right and front/back in sign, speech, and co-speech gestures across languages.
Arik, E. (submitted). [Review of the book The expression of possession].
Arik, E. (2010). [Review of the book Talking about motion: A crosslinguistic investigation of lexicalization patterns. By L. Filipović]. Studies in Language, 34(3), 671-679.
Arik, E. (2010). [Review of the book Handbook of cognitive linguistics and second language acquisition. Edited by P. Robinson & N. C. Ellis]. Canadian Journal of Linguistics, 55(3), 425-427.
Arik, E. (2009). Spatial language: Insights from sign and spoken languages. Sign Language and Linguistics, 12, 1, 83-92.
Arik, E. & Nadolske, M. (to appear). Conceptualization of space in Turkish Sign Language (TID). In S. Coulson (eds.), Language in Action (8th Conference on Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language). CSLI Publications: Stanford, CA.
Gokgoz, K. & Arik, E. (in preparation). Distributional and syntactic characteristics of nonmanual markers in Turkish Sign Language (Turk Isaret Dili, TID). Proceedings of WAFL VII, MITWPL.
Arik, E. (submitted). Türk İşaret Dili'nde Sınıflandırıcılar [Classifiers in Turkish Sign Language]. Proceedings of the Turkish Sign Language Workshop by the Turkish Language Association (TDK).
Arik, E. & Milkovic, M. (2010). Causative motion events in sign languages. Learning & Perception, 2, Supplement, 1-36 (Abstracts of the 2nd Dubrovnik Conference on Cognitive Science, 6-9 May, 2010).
Arik, E. (2008). Body and space in representing space in Turkish, Croatian, Austrian, and American Sign Languages. Working Paper Series: 9th Conference on Conceptual Structure, Discourse, & Language (CSDL9). Social Science Research Network.
Arik, E. (2008). Constructions and Turkish vowel harmony. In A. Eggleston (ed.), Purdue Linguistics Association Working Papers, 1, 1, 68-86.
Arik, E. (2008). Locative constructions in Turkish Sign Language (TID). In R. M. de Quadros (ed.), Sign Languages: spinning and unraveling the past, present, and future. TISLR9, the Theoretical Issues in Sign Languages Research Conference. Editorar Arara Azul: Petropolis/RJ, Brazil.
Arik, E. & Milkovic, M. (2007). Perspective taking strategies in Turkish Sign Language and Croatian Sign Language. In R. Shields (ed.), LSO Working Papers in Linguistics 7: Proceedings of WIGL 2007, 17-31.
Arik, E. (2010). A crosslinguistic study of the language of space: Sign and spoken languages. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.
Book Reviews (online):
Arik, E. (to appear). [Review of Adpositions].
Arik, E. (2011). [Review of Annual review of cognitive linguistics, Volume 7. Edited by R. de Mendoza Ibáñez and F. José]. eLanguage.
Arik, E. (2010). [Review of Spatial language and dialogue. Edited by K. R. Coventry, T. Tenbrink, and J. A. Bateman]. eLanguage.
Arik, E. (2007). [Review of Space in languages: Linguistic systems and cognitive categories. Edited by M. Hickmann and S. Robert]. International Cognitive Linguistics Association Website
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|Dissertation Abstract:||Spatial Language: Insights from sign and spoken languages|
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