Reyhan Furman
Reyhan Furman
Senior Lecturer in Developmental Cognition, University of Central Lancashire
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Language-specific and universal influences in children’s syntactic packaging of manner and path: A comparison of English, Japanese, and Turkish
S Allen, A Özyürek, S Kita, A Brown, R Furman, T Ishizuka, M Fujii
Cognition 102 (1), 16-48, 2007
How does linguistic framing of events influence co-speech gestures?: Insights from crosslinguistic variations and similarities
A Özyürek, S Kita, S Allen, R Furman, A Brown
Gesture 5 (1-2), 219-240, 2005
Relations between syntactic encoding and co-speech gestures: Implications for a model of speech and gesture production
S Kita, A Özyürek, S Allen, A Brown, R Furman, T Ishizuka
Language and cognitive processes 22 (8), 1212-1236, 2007
Development of cross-linguistic variation in speech and gesture: motion events in English and Turkish.
A Özyürek, S Kita, S Allen, A Brown, R Furman, T Ishizuka
Developmental psychology 44 (4), 1040, 2008
Transfer of conceptualization patterns in bilinguals: The construal of motion events in Turkish and German
MH Daller, J Treffers-Daller, R Furman
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 14 (1), 95-119, 2011
Development of interactional discourse markers: Insights from Turkish children's and adults’ oral narratives
R Furman, A Özyürek
Journal of pragmatics 39 (10), 1742-1757, 2007
Early language-specificity of children's event encoding in speech and gesture: evidence from caused motion in Turkish
R Furman, AC Küntay, A Özyürek
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 29 (5), 620-634, 2014
Ultimate attainment in the use of collocations among heritage speakers of Turkish in Germany and Turkish–German returnees
J Treffers-Daller, M Daller, R Furman, J Rothman
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 19 (3), 504-519, 2016
On the way to language: Event segmentation in homesign and gesture
A Özyürek, R Furman, S Goldin-Meadow
Journal of Child Language 42 (1), 64-94, 2015
Caused motion events in Turkish: Verbal and gestural representation in adults and children
R Furman
Radboud University Nijmegen/LOT, 2012
Learning to Express Causal Events across Languages. What do Speech and Gesture Patterns Reveal?
R Furman, A Özyürek, S Allen
Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press, 2006
Evidence for children’s online integration of simultaneous information from speech and iconic gestures: an ERP study
K Sekine, C Schoechl, K Mulder, J Holler, S Kelly, R Furman, A Özyürek
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 35 (10), 1283-1294, 2020
Pantomime (not silent gesture) in multimodal communication: Evidence from children’s narratives
P Marentette, R Furman, ME Suvanto, E Nicoladis
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 575952, 2020
French-English bilingual children’s motion event communication shows crosslinguistic influence in speech but not gesture
N Miller, R Furman, E Nicoladis
Language, Interaction and Acquisition 9 (1), 69-100, 2018
Early language-specificity in Turkish children's caused motion event expressions in speech and gesture
R Furman, A Ozyurek, AC Küntay
34th Boston University Conference on Language Development [BUCLD 34], 126-137, 2010
French–English bilingual children’s tense use and shift in narration
H Hoang, E Nicoladis, L Smithson, R Furman
International Journal of Bilingualism 20 (6), 750-769, 2016
The use of discourse markers in adult and child Turkish oral narratives: Şey, yani and işte
R Furman, A Ozyurek
Advances in Turkish linguistics, 467-480, 2006
The relationship between infant pointing and language development: A meta-analytic review
E Kirk, S Donnelly, R Furman, M Warmington, J Glanville, A Eggleston
Developmental Review 64, 101023, 2022
On the way to language: Emergence of segmentation and sequencing in motion event representations without a language model
A Özyürek, R Furman, S Goldin-Meadow
Journal of Child Language 42 (1), 64-94, 2015
Does event structure influence children's motion event expressions
A Brown, A Ozyurek, S Allen, S Kita, T Ishizuka, R Furman
29th Boston University Conference on Language Development, 2005
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