Battison, R. (1978). Lexical borrowing in American sign language.

Fenlon, J., Cormier, K., & Schembri, A. (2015). Building BSL SignBank: The Lemma Dilemma Revisited. International Journal Of Lexicography, 28(2), 169-206. doi: 10.1093/ijl/ecv008

Goldin-Meadow, S., & Brentari, D. (2015). Gesture, sign, and language: The coming of age of sign language and gesture studies. Behavioral And Brain Sciences, 40. doi: 10.1017/s0140525x15001247

Hershon, P. (n.d.). American Sign Language Phonology . Retrieved from

Hochgesang, J., Crasborn, O., & Lillo-Martin, D. (2019). Building the ASL Signbank: Lemmatization Principles for ASL.

Neidle, C. (2002). SignStream Annotation: Conventions used for the American sign language Linguistic Research Project. American Sign Language Linguistic Research Project.

O. Crasborn, Mesch, J., Waters, D., Nonhebel, A., Kooij, E. v. d., Woll, B., & Bergman, B. (2007). Sharing sign language data online: experiences from the ECHO project. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 12(4), 535-562.

Stokoe, W. C., Casterline D. C. and Cronenberg C. G. (1965). A dictionary of American sign language on linguistics principles. Silver Springs: Linstok Press

Tennant, R. A., & Brown, M. G. (1998). The American sign language handshape dictionary. Gallaudet University Press.

Van der Kooij, E. (2002). Phonological categories in sign language of the Netherlands. The Role of Phonetic Implementation and Iconicity. LOT, Utrecht.