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Evidentiality in Language and Thought
Tosun, S., Vaid, J., & Geraci, L. (2013). Does obligatory linguistic marking of source of evidence affect source memory? A Turkish/English investigation. Journal of Memory and Language, 69(2), 121-134.
Tosun, S., Vaid, J., & Geraci, L. (August, 2010). ‘Mary (reportedly) missed her flight’: Evidentials, memory and source knowledge: A comparison of Turkish and English. Poster presentation, Cognitive Science Society, Portland, OR.
Tosun, S. & Vaid, J. (2015, March). Speaking evidentially: How the source of an asserted event is conveyed by English vs. Turkish speakers. Poster, International Convention of Psychological Science, Amsterdam.