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  Bahar Köymen   Publications  


Köymen, B., Schmerse, D., Lieven, E., & Tomasello, M. (in press). Young children create partner-specific referential pacts with peers. Developmental Psychology.

Köymen, B. & Kyratzis, A. (2014). Dialogic syntax and complement constructions in toddlers’ peer interactions. Cognitive Linguistics 25, 497-521. [Special Issue on Dialogic Syntax Editted by John W. Du Bois and Rachel Giora]

Köymen, B., Lieven, E., Engemann, D. A., Rakoczy, H., Warneken, F., & Tomasello, M. (2014). Children’s norm enforcement in their interactions with peers. Child Development 85, 1108-1122.

Köymen, B. & Küntay, A.C. (2013). Turkish children’s conversational oppositions: Usage of two discourse markers. Discourse Processes 50, 388-406.

Kyratzis, A., Shuqum-Ross, T., & Köymen, B. (2010). Validating justifications in preschool girls' and boys' friendship group talk: Implications for linguistic and socio-cognitive development. Journal of Child Language 37, 115-144.

Köymen, B., & Kyratzis, A. (2009). Format tying and acquisition of syntax in toddlers’ peer interactions. In I. Kwon, H. Pritchett, & J. Spence (Eds.), Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (pp. 202–210). Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Linguistics Society.

Kyratzis, A., Tang, Y., & Köymen, B. (2009). Codes, code-switching, and context: Style and footing in peer group bilingual play. Multilingua - Journal of Crosscultural and Interlanguage Communication 28, 265–290.

Yağmurlu, B., Sanson, A., & Köymen, B. (2005). Effects of parenting and child temperament on the development of prosocial behavior: The mediating role of theory of mind. Turkish Journal of Psychology 20, 1-20.