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References Ann, J. (2006). Frequency of Occurrence and Ease of Articulation of Sign Language Handshapes . Gallaudet University Press. Bochner, J. H., Christie, K., Hauser, P. C., & Searls, J. M. (2011). When is a difference really different? Learners’ discrimination of linguistic contrasts in American Sign Language. Language Learning , 61 (4), 1302-1327. Brentari, D. (1998). A Prosodic Model of Sign Language Phonology . MIT Press. Brooks, P. J., & MacWhinney, B. (2000). Phonological priming in children’s picture naming. Journal of Child Language , 27 (2

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Research in Language, 2016, vol. 3 DOI: 10.1515/rela-2016-0018 (#1-Cited reference details) Jones Stephen. December 2015. Classifier Constructions as Procedural Referring Expressions in American Sign Language Volume 13, Issue 4, pages 368-391. (#2-DOI of original article) (doi: 10.1515/rela-2015-0032) (#3-Description of the changes made) The first name of Stephen Jones was misspelled as Sptephen. For the reader’s convenience, the corrected author line appears below (#4-The change itself) STEPHEN JONES

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