sign language

Phonological Abstractness in the Mental Lexicon

We overview the notion of phonological abstractness, various types of evidence for it, and consequences for linguistics and psychology.

Talk isn't so Cheap

Invited response commenting on substantive and computational comparisons of spoken and signed languages

The Logical Nature of Phonology Across Speech and Sign

This article examines whether the computational properties of phonology hold across spoken and signed languages, using model theory and logical transductions.

Phonological Complexity is Subregular: Evidence from Sign Language

I show the complexity of several signed processes is subregular across speech and sign using string representations.