Ryan Lepic

2015 Linguistics University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
"Ryan Lepic"


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Farrell Ackerman grad student 2015 UCSD
 (Motivation in Morphology: Lexical Patterns in ASL and English)
Carol Padden grad student 2015 UCSD (GeograTree)


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Lynn Hou collaborator UCSD
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Lepic R. (2019) A usage-based alternative to “lexicalization” in sign language linguistics Glossa: a Journal of General Linguistics. 4
Meir I, Aronoff M, Börstell C, et al. (2016) The effect of being human and the basis of grammatical word order: Insights from novel communication systems and young sign languages. Cognition. 158: 189-207
Namboodiripad S, Lenzen D, Lepic R, et al. (2016) Measuring conventionalization in the manual modality Journal of Language Evolution. 1: 109-118
Lepic R. (2016) Motivation in morphology Sign Language and Linguistics. 19: 285-291
Lepic R, Börstell C, Belsitzman G, et al. (2016) Taking meaning in hand Sign Language and Linguistics. 19: 37-81
Börstell C, Lepic R, Belsitzman G. (2016) Articulatory plurality is a property of lexical plurals in sign language Lexical Plurals and Beyond. 39: 391-407
HWANG S, TOMITA N, MORGAN H, et al. (2016) Of the body and the hands: patterned iconicity for semantic categories Language and Cognition. 9: 573-602
Padden C, Hwang SO, Lepic R, et al. (2015) Tools for language: patterned iconicity in sign language nouns and verbs. Topics in Cognitive Science. 7: 81-94
Padden C, Meir I, Hwang SO, et al. (2013) Patterned iconicity in sign language lexicons Gesture. 13: 287-308
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