Asli Ozyurek
Asli Ozyurek
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What does cross-linguistic variation in semantic coordination of speech and gesture reveal?: Evidence for an interface representation of spatial thinking and speaking
S Kita, A Özyürek
Journal of Memory and language 48 (1), 16-32, 2003
8402003
Children creating core properties of language: Evidence from an emerging sign language in Nicaragua
A Senghas, S Kita, A Özyürek
Science 305 (5691), 1779-1782, 2004
6992004
When language meets action: The neural integration of gesture and speech
RM Willems, A Özyürek, P Hagoort
Cerebral Cortex 17 (10), 2322-2333, 2007
3772007
Two sides of the same coin: Speech and gesture mutually interact to enhance comprehension
SD Kelly, A Özyürek, E Maris
Psychological Science 21 (2), 260-267, 2010
3182010
On-line integration of semantic information from speech and gesture: Insights from event-related brain potentials
A Özyürek, RM Willems, S Kita, P Hagoort
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 19 (4), 605-616, 2007
2922007
The natural order of events: How speakers of different languages represent events nonverbally
S Goldin-Meadow, WC So, A Özyürek, C Mylander
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (27), 9163-9168, 2008
2832008
Do speakers design their cospeech gestures for their addressees? The effects of addressee location on representational gestures
A Özyürek
Journal of Memory and Language 46 (4), 688-704, 2002
2082002
Language-specific and universal influences in children’s syntactic packaging of manner and path: A comparison of English, Japanese, and Turkish
S Allen, A Özyürek, S Kita, A Brown, R Furman, T Ishizuka, M Fujii
Cognition 102 (1), 16-48, 2007
1972007
Differential roles for left inferior frontal and superior temporal cortex in multimodal integration of action and language
RM Willems, A Özyürek, P Hagoort
Neuroimage 47 (4), 1992-2004, 2009
1672009
How does linguistic framing of events influence co-speech gestures?: Insights from crosslinguistic variations and similarities
A Özyürek, S Kita, S Allen, R Furman, A Brown
Gesture 5 (1-2), 219-240, 2005
1402005
Relations between syntactic encoding and co-speech gestures: Implications for a model of speech and gesture production
S Kita, A Özyürek, S Allen, A Brown, R Furman, T Ishizuka
Language and cognitive processes 22 (8), 1212-1236, 2007
1262007
Expressing manner and path in English and Turkish: Differences in speech, gesture, and conceptualization
A Ozyurek, S Kita
Twenty-first Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 507-512, 1999
1181999
The role of synchrony and ambiguity in speech–gesture integration during comprehension
B Habets, S Kita, Z Shao, A Özyurek, P Hagoort
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (8), 1845-1854, 2011
1062011
Development of cross-linguistic variation in speech and gesture: Motion events in English and Turkish.
A Özyürek, S Kita, S Allen, A Brown, R Furman, T Ishizuka
Developmental psychology 44 (4), 1040, 2008
1052008
Seeing and hearing meaning: ERP and fMRI evidence of word versus picture integration into a sentence context
RM Willems, A Özyürek, P Hagoort
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 20 (7), 1235-1249, 2008
962008
Spatial language facilitates spatial cognition: Evidence from children who lack language input
D Gentner, A Özyürek, Ö Gürcanli, S Goldin-Meadow
Cognition 127 (3), 318-330, 2013
872013
spatial language and representational gestures
A Özyiirek
Language and gesture 2, 64, 2000
862000
Hearing and seeing meaning in speech and gesture: insights from brain and behaviour
A Özyürek
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369 …, 2014
812014
Different Mechanisms of Ca2+ Transport in NMDA and Ca2+-permeable AMPA Glutamate Receptor Channels
LP Wollmuth, B Sakmann
The Journal of general physiology 112 (5), 623-636, 1998
671998
Learning to use demonstratives in conversation: what do language specific strategies in Turkish reveal?
AC Küntay, A Özyürek
Journal of Child Language 33 (2), 303-320, 2006
572006
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