Brown, P. (2007) “She had just cut/broken off her head”: Cutting and breaking verbs in Tzeltal. Cognitive Linguistics 18:319–30.
Kay, P. & Regier, T. (2003) Resolving the question of color naming universals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 100:9085–89.
Levinson, S. C. (2007) Cut and break verbs in Yélî Dnye, the Papuan language of Rossel Island. Cognitive Linguistics 18:207–18.
Majid, A., Boster, J. S. & Bowerman, M. (forthcoming) The crosslinguistic categorization of everyday events: A study of cutting and breaking.
Majid, A., Bowerman, M., van Staden, M. & Boster, J. S. (2007a) The semantic categories of cutting and breaking: A crosslinguistic perspective. Cognitive Linguistics 18:133–52.
Majid, A., Gullberg, M., van Staden, M. & Bowerman, M. (2007b) How similar are semantic categories in closely related languages? A comparison of cutting and breaking in four Germanic languages. Cognitive Linguistics 18:179–94.
Malt, B. C. (1995) Category coherence in cross-cultural perspective. Cognitive Psychology 29:85–148.
Malt, B. C., Sloman, S. A., Gennari, S., Shi, M. & Wang, Y. (1999) Knowing versus naming: Similarity and the linguistic categorization of artifacts. Journal of Memory and Language 40:230–62.
Rogers, T. T. & McClelland, J. L. (2004) Semantic cognition: A parallel distributed processing approach. MIT Press.