Seyda Ozcaliskan, PhD

Psychology Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, United States 
gesture, language development, crosslinguistic variation
"Seyda Ozcaliskan"
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Dan I. Slobin grad student 1997-2002 UC Berkeley
 (Metaphors we move by: A crosslinguistic-developmental analysis of metaphorical motion events in English and Turkish.)
Susan Goldin-Meadow post-doc 2003-2008 Chicago
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Dimitrova N, Özçalışkan Ş. (2022) Identifying Patterns of Similarities and Differences between Gesture Production and Comprehension in Autism and Typical Development. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior. 46: 173-196
Emerson SN, Limia VD, Özçalışkan Ş. (2021) Cross-linguistic transfer in Turkish-English bilinguals' descriptions of motion events. Lingua. International Review of General Linguistics. Revue Internationale De Linguistique Generale. 264
Ozturk S, Pinar E, Ketrez FN, et al. (2021) Effect of sex and dyad composition on speech and gesture development of singleton and twin children. Journal of Child Language. 1-19
Emerson SN, Conway CM, Özçalışkan Ş. (2020) Semantic P600-but not N400-effects index crosslinguistic variability in speakers' expectancies for expression of motion. Neuropsychologia. 107638
Dimitrova N, Mohr C, Özçalışkan Ş, et al. (2019) Early Lateralization of Gestures in Autism: Right-Handed Points Predict Expressive Language. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Limia V, Özçalişkan Ş, Hoff E. (2019) Do parents provide a helping hand to vocabulary development in bilingual children? Journal of Child Language. 46: 501-521
Glasser ML, Williamson RA, Özçalışkan Ş. (2018) Do Children Understand Iconic Gestures About Events as Early as Iconic Gestures About Entities? Journal of Psycholinguistic Research
Dimitrova N, Özçalışkan Ş, Adamson LB. (2017) Do Verbal Children with Autism Comprehend Gesture as Readily as Typically Developing Children? Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Özçalışkan Ş, Lucero C, Goldin-Meadow S. (2017) Blind Speakers Show Language-Specific Patterns in Co-Speech Gesture but Not Silent Gesture. Cognitive Science
Stites LJ, Özçalışkan Ş. (2017) Who Did What to Whom? Children Track Story Referents First in Gesture. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research
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