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Figure 4. An example of an ASL signer producing a noun-verb pair distinguished by proximal movement. The top pair of pictures is from the sign produced in response to a verb-target vignette. The sign is articulated by movement of the elbow, a proximal joint movement. The bottom pair is from the sign produced in response to a noun-target vignette. The noun-target sign is articulated with movement of the wrist and lacks any proximal joint movement.
Figure 4.

An example of an ASL signer producing a noun-verb pair distinguished by proximal movement. The top pair of pictures is from the sign hammer produced in response to a verb-target vignette. The sign is articulated by movement of the elbow, a proximal joint movement. The bottom pair is from the sign hammer produced in response to a noun-target vignette. The noun-target sign is articulated with movement of the wrist and lacks any proximal joint movement.

Linguistics Department
440 Lorch Hall, University of Michigan
611 Tappan Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
[nabner@umich.edu]
[Received 9 December 2017;
revision invited 2 March 2018;
revision received 1 July 2018;
revision invited 12 August 2018;
revision received 30 October 2018;
accepted 26 November 2018]

Additional Information

ISSN
1535-0665
Print ISSN
0097-8507
Pages
230-267
Launched on MUSE
2019-06-25
Open Access
No
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