Frankly I’m not sure why you’d want to see publications by type rather than by theme, but this page is here because people sometimes ask for CVs formatted like this and because, thankfully, ZotPress just does it.

In journals

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Nielsen, A. K. S. & Dingemanse, M. Iconicity in Word Learning and Beyond: A Critical Review. Lang Speech 64, 52–72 (2021). PDF
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Pouw, W., Dingemanse, M., Motamedi, Y. & Özyürek, A. A Systematic Investigation of Gesture Kinematics in Evolving Manual Languages in the Lab. Cognitive Science 45, e13014 (2021). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. The space between our heads: Why language remains the most flexible brain-to-brain interface. Aeon (2020). PDF
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Dingemanse, M., Perlman, M. & Perniss, P. Construals of iconicity: experimental approaches to form–meaning resemblances in language. Language and Cognition 12, 1–14 (2020). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. Between Sound and Speech: Liminal Signs in Interaction. Research on Language and Social Interaction 53, 188–196 (2020). PDF
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Rasenberg, M., Özyürek, A. & Dingemanse, M. Alignment in Multimodal Interaction: An Integrative Framework. Cogn Sci 44, (2020). PDF
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Kendrick, K. H. et al. Sequence organization: A universal infrastructure for social action. Journal of Pragmatics 168, 119–138 (2020). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. Resource-rationality beyond individual minds: the case of interactive language use. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 43, 23–24 (2020). PDF
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Burghoorn, F., Dingemanse, M., van Lier, R. & van Leeuwen, T. M. The Relation Between Autistic Traits, the Degree of Synaesthesia, and Local/Global Visual Perception. J Autism Dev Disord 50, 12–29 (2020). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. & Thompson, B. Playful iconicity: structural markedness underlies the relation between funniness and iconicity. Language and Cognition 12, 203–224 (2020). PDF
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van Leeuwen, T. M., van Petersen, E., Burghoorn, F., Dingemanse, M. & van Lier, R. Autistic traits in synaesthesia: atypical sensory sensitivity and enhanced perception of details. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 374, 20190024 (2019). PDF
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Cuskley, C., Dingemanse, M., Kirby, S. & van Leeuwen, T. M. Cross-modal associations and synesthesia: Categorical perception and structure in vowel–color mappings in a large online sample. Behav Res 51, 1651–1675 (2019). PDF
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Akita, K. & Dingemanse, M. Ideophones (Mimetics, Expressives). Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics (2019) doi: 10.1093/acrefore/9780199384655.013.477. PDF
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Majid, A. et al. Differential coding of perception in the world’s languages. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115, 11369–11376 (2018).
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Floyd, S. et al. Universals and cultural diversity in the expression of gratitude. Royal Society Open Science 5, 180391 (2018). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. Redrawing the margins of language: Lessons from research on ideophones. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 3, 1–30 (2018). PDF
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Dingemanse, M., Rossi, G. & Floyd, S. Place reference in story beginnings: a cross-linguistic study of narrative and interactional affordances. Language in Society 46, 129–158 (2017). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. Expressiveness and system integration. On the typology of ideophones, with special reference to Siwu. STUF - Language Typology and Universals 70, 363–384 (2017). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. & Akita, K. An inverse relation between expressiveness and grammatical integration: on the morphosyntactic typology of ideophones, with special reference to Japanese. Journal of Linguistics 53, 501–532 (2017). PDF
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van Leeuwen, T. M. & Dingemanse, M. Colour associations in synaesthetes and nonsynaesthetes: A large-scale study in Dutch. Perception 45, 333–334 (2016).
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Baranova, J. & Dingemanse, M. Reasons for requests. Discourse Studies 18, 641–675 (2016).
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Lockwood, G., Hagoort, P. & Dingemanse, M. How iconicity helps people learn new words: neural correlates and individual differences in sound-symbolic bootstrapping. Collabra 2, 1–15 (2016). PDF
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Lockwood, G., Dingemanse, M. & Hagoort, P. Sound-symbolism boosts novel word learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42, 1274–1281 (2016). PDF
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Dingemanse, M., Kendrick, K. H. & Enfield, N. J. A coding scheme for other-initiated repair across languages. Open Linguistics 2, 35–46 (2016). PDF
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van Leeuwen, T. M., Dingemanse, M., Todil, B., Agameya, A. & Majid, A. Non-Random Associations of Graphemes with Colors in Arabic. Multisensory Research 29, 223–252 (2016). PDF
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Dingemanse, M., Schuerman, W., Reinisch, E., Tufvesson, S. & Mitterer, H. What sound symbolism can and cannot do: testing the iconicity of ideophones from five languages. Language 92, e117–e133 (2016). PDF
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San Roque, L. et al. Vision verbs dominate in conversation across cultures, but the ranking of non-visual verbs varies. Cognitive Linguistics (2015) doi: 10.1515/cog-2014-0089. PDF
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Dingemanse, M. et al. Universal Principles in the Repair of Communication Problems. PLOS ONE 10, e0136100 (2015).
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Dingemanse, M. & Enfield, N. J. Other-initiated repair across languages: towards a typology of conversational structures. Open Linguistics 1, 98–118 (2015). PDF
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Dingemanse, M., Blasi, D. E., Lupyan, G., Christiansen, M. H. & Monaghan, P. Arbitrariness, iconicity and systematicity in language. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 19, 603–615 (2015). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. Other-initiated repair in Siwu. Open Linguistics 1, 232–255 (2015). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. Ideophones and reduplication: Depiction, description, and the interpretation of repeated talk in discourse. Studies in Language 39, 946–970 (2015). PDF
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Lockwood, G. & Dingemanse, M. Iconicity in the lab: a review of behavioural, developmental, and neuroimaging research into sound-symbolism. Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1–14 (2015). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. & Enfield, N. J. Let’s Talk: Universal Social Rules Underlie Languages. Scientific American Mind 25, 64–69 (2014). PDF
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Dingemanse, M., Blythe, J. & Dirksmeyer, T. Formats for other-initiation of repair across languages: An exercise in pragmatic typology. Studies in Language 38, 5–43 (2014). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. Making new ideophones in Siwu: creative depiction in conversation. Pragmatics and Society 5, 384–405 (2014). PDF
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Dingemanse, M., Torreira, F. & Enfield, N. J. Is ‘Huh?’ a universal word? Conversational infrastructure and the convergent evolution of linguistic items. PLOS ONE 8, e78273 (2013). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. Ideophones and gesture in everyday speech. Gesture 13, 143–165 (2013). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. Coerced iconicity in writing and speech. SemiotiX XN-8, (2012). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. Advances in the cross-linguistic study of ideophones. Language and Linguistics Compass 6, 654–672 (2012). PDF
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Dediu, D. & Dingemanse, M. More than accent: linguistic and cultural cues in the emergence of tag-based cooperation. Current Anthropology 53, 606–607 (2012). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. Ideophones and the aesthetics of everyday language in a West-African society. The Senses and Society 6, 77–85 (2011). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. The selective advantage of body-part terms. Journal of Pragmatics 41, 2130–2136 (2009). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. The Enduring Spoken Word. Science 323, 1010b–11011 (2009). PDF

In peer-reviewed conference proceedings

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Arkel, J. van, Woensdregt, M., Dingemanse, M. & Blokpoel, M. A simple repair mechanism can alleviate computational demands of pragmatic reasoning: simulations and complexity analysis. in Proceedings of the 24th Conference on Computational Natural Language Learning (2020). doi: 10.18653/v1/2020.conll-1.14. PDF
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Dideriksen, C., Fusaroli, R., Tylén, K., Dingemanse, M. & Christiansen, M. H. Contextualizing Conversational Strategies: Backchannel, Repair and Linguistic Alignment in Spontaneous and Task-Oriented Conversations. in Proceedings of CogSci 2019 261–267 (2019). PDF
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Fusaroli, R. et al. Measures and mechanisms of common ground: backchannels, conversational repair, and interactive alignment in free and task-oriented social interactions. in Proceedings of the 39th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (eds. Gunzelmann, G., Howes, A., Tenbrink, T. & Davelaar, E.) 2055–2060 (2017). PDF
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Dingemanse, M., Verhoef, T. & Roberts, S. G. The role of iconicity in the cultural evolution of communicative signals. in Proceedings of Evolang X Workshop on Signals, Speech and Signs (eds. Boer, B. de & Verhoef, T.) 11–15 (2014). PDF
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Dingemanse, M., Hammond, J., Stehouwer, H., Somasundaram, A. & Drude, S. A high speed transcription interface for annotating primary linguistic data. in Proceedings of the 6th Workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, and Humanities 7–12 (2012). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. & Majid, A. The semantic structure of sensory vocabulary in an African language. in Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (eds. Miyake, N., Peebles, D. & Cooper, R. P.) 300–305 (Cognitive Science Society, 2012). PDF

In peer-reviewed books

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Dingemanse, M. Interjections. The Oxford Handbook of Word Classes (2021) doi:10.31234/osf.io/ngcrs. PDF
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Dingemanse, M. Ideophones. The Oxford Handbook of Word Classes (2021) doi:10.31234/osf.io/u96zt. PDF
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Dingemanse, M. Recruiting assistance and collaboration: a West-African corpus study. in Getting others to do things: A pragmatic typology of recruitments (eds. Floyd, S., Rossi, G. & Enfield, N. J.) 369–421 (Language Science Press, 2020). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. ‘Ideophone’ as a comparative concept. in Ideophones, Mimetics, Expressives (eds. Akita, K. & Pardeshi, P.) 13–33 (John Benjamins, 2019). PDF
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Dingemanse, M., Blythe, J. & Dirksmeyer, T. Formats for other-initiation of repair across languages: an exercise in pragmatic typology. in Linguistic Typology: Critical Concepts in Linguistics (ed. Nikolaeva, I. A.) vol. 4 322–357 (Routledge, 2018). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. Brain-to-brain interfaces and the role of language in distributing agency. in Distributed Agency (eds. Enfield, N. J. & Kockelman, P.) 59–66 (Oxford University Press, 2017). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. On the margins of language: Ideophones, interjections and dependencies in linguistic theory. in Dependencies in language (ed. Enfield, N. J.) 195–202 (Language Science Press, 2017). PDF
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Lockwood, G., Hagoort, P. & Dingemanse, M. Synthesized size-sound sound symbolism. in Proceedings of the 38th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (eds. Papafragou, A., Grodner, D., Mirman, D. & Trueswell, J. C.) 1823–1828 (Cognitive Science Society, 2016). PDF
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Drijvers, L., Zaadnoordijk, L. & Dingemanse, M. Sound-symbolism is disrupted in dyslexia: Implications for the role of cross-modal abstraction processes. in Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (eds. Noelle, D. et al.) 602–607 (Cognitive Science Society, 2015). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. Folk definitions in linguistic fieldwork. in Language Documentation and Endangerment in Africa (eds. Essegbey, J., Henderson, B. & McLaughlin, F.) 215–238 (John Benjamins, 2015).
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Verhoef, T., Roberts, S. G. & Dingemanse, M. Emergence of systematic iconicity: transmission, interaction and analogy. in Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (eds. Noelle, D. et al.) 2481–2486 (Cognitive Science Society, 2015). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. & Floyd, S. Conversation across cultures. in Cambridge Handbook of Linguistic Anthropology (eds. Enfield, N. J., Kockelman, P. & Sidnell, J.) 434–464 (Cambridge University Press, 2014). PDF
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Enfield, N. J. et al. Huh? What? – A first survey in twenty-one languages. in Conversational Repair and Human Understanding (eds. Hayashi, M., Raymond, G. & Sidnell, J.) 343–380 (Cambridge University Press, 2013). PDF
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Dingemanse, M. Ezra Pound among the Mawu: Ideophones and Iconicity in Siwu. in Semblance and Signification (eds. Michelucci, P., Fischer, O. & Ljungberg, C.) 39–54 (John Benjamins, 2011). PDF