Marcus Perlman

Psychology University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA, United States 
Language evolution, gesture
"Marcus Perlman"
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Raymond W. Gibbs grad student 2005-2010 UC Santa Cruz (Neurotree)
Teenie Matlock post-doc UC Merced (Neurotree)
Gary Lupyan post-doc 2014-2015 UW Madison (Neurotree)
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Winter B, Lupyan G, Perry LK, et al. (2023) Iconicity ratings for 14,000+ English words. Behavior Research Methods
Winter B, Sóskuthy M, Perlman M, et al. (2022) Trilled /r/ is associated with roughness, linking sound and touch across spoken languages. Scientific Reports. 12: 1035
Ćwiek A, Fuchs S, Draxler C, et al. (2022) The effect is robust across cultures and writing systems. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 377: 20200390
Perlman M, Woodin G. (2021) A Complete Real-World Theory of Language Should Explain How Iconicity Remains a Stable Property of Linguistic Systems. Journal of Cognition. 4: 43
Perlman M, Paul J, Lupyan G. (2021) Vocal communication of magnitude across language, age, and auditory experience. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Ćwiek A, Fuchs S, Draxler C, et al. (2021) Novel vocalizations are understood across cultures. Scientific Reports. 11: 10108
Woodin G, Winter B, Perlman M, et al. (2020) 'Tiny numbers' are actually tiny: Evidence from gestures in the TV News Archive. Plos One. 15: e0242142
THOMPSON B, PERLMAN M, LUPYAN G, et al. (2020) A data-driven approach to the semantics of iconicity in American Sign Language and English Language and Cognition. 12: 182-202
DINGEMANSE M, PERLMAN M, PERNISS P. (2020) Construals of iconicity: experimental approaches to form–meaning resemblances in language Language and Cognition. 12: 1-14
Perlman M, Little H, Thompson B, et al. (2018) Iconicity in Signed and Spoken Vocabulary: A Comparison Between American Sign Language, British Sign Language, English, and Spanish. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 1433
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