Iris Berent

Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, United States 
Cognitive Psychology, Linguistics Language
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Berent I, Platt M. (2022) Is Phonology Embodied? Evidence from Mechanical Stimulation. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research
Berent I, de la Cruz-Pavía I, Brentari D, et al. (2021) Infants differentially extract rules from language. Scientific Reports. 11: 20001
Berent I, Bat-El O, Brentari D, et al. (2020) Knowledge of Language Transfers From Speech to Sign: Evidence From Doubling. Cognitive Science. 44: e12809
Berent I, Platt M, Theodore R, et al. (2020) Speech Perception Triggers Articulatory Action: Evidence From Mechanical Stimulation Frontiers in Communication. 5
Berent I, Platt M, Sandoboe GM. (2019) People’s Intuitions About Innateness Open Mind. 3: 101-114
Andan Q, Bat-El O, Brentari D, et al. (2018) ANCHORING is amodal: Evidence from a signed language. Cognition. 180: 279-283
Berent I. (2017) Is markedness a confused concept? Cognitive Neuropsychology. 34: 493-499
Berent I, Dupuis A. (2017) Where does (sign) language begin? The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40: e48
Zhao X, Berent I. (2017) The Basis of the Syllable Hierarchy: Articulatory Pressures or Universal Phonological Constraints? Journal of Psycholinguistic Research
Berent I, Bat-El O, Vaknin-Nusbaum V. (2017) The double identity of doubling: Evidence for the phonology-morphology split. Cognition. 161: 117-128
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