Adamics 0: a bibliography

Thanks to everyone who’s been helping me figure out the Adamic language, especially those who’ve cited sources. My list of reading has now gotten so large, I need a bibliography to manage it all. Here it is!

Resources

textmechanic

awkwords

Language Universals Archive and here

Infant speech development

Development of speech-like vocalizations in a child with congenital absence of cochleas: The case of total deafness

The Role of Audition in Infant Babbling

THE DEVELOPMENT OF VOCALIZATIONS OF DEAF AND NORMALLY HEARING INFANTS

The Relationship of Audibility and the Development of Canonical Babbling in Young Children With Hearing Impairment

Comparison of vocalization development between normal and congenitally hearing impaired infants during pre-language period.

Crosslinguistic similarities and differences in babbling: Phylogenetic implications 

Sentence Structure

A Noisy-Channel Account of Crosslinguistic Word-Order Variation

Sign Language

What sign language creation teaches us about language

The Emergence of Grammatical Categories in Home Sign: Evidence from Family-based Gesture Systems in Nicaragua

Psychology

Reactive Attachment Disorder: A Disorder of Attachment or of Temperament?

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Deep structure

Nicaraguan Sign Language

The history of American Sign Language

Home sign and ad hoc sign systems

Tone of voice and sentence structure

Cryptophasia

Cants and cryptolects

Onomatopoea

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