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Journal Article
Malkoc, G., Kay P., & Webster M. A. (2005).  Variations in Normal Color Vision. IV. Binary Hues and Hue Scaling. Journal of the Optical Society of America A. 22(10), 2154-2168.
Kay, P., & Webster M. A. (2005).  Variations in Color Naming Within and Across Populations. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 28(4), 512-513.
Kay, P. (2014).  Unary Phrase Structure Rules and the Cognitive Linguistics Lexical Linking Theory. Theoretical Linguistics. 40(1-2), 
Gilbert, A. L., Regier T., Kay P., & Ivry R. B. (2008).  Support for Lateralization of the Whorf Effect Beyond the Realm of Color Discrimination. Brain and Language. 105(2), 91-98.
Fillmore, C. J., Kay P., & O'Connor M. Catherine (1988).  Regularity and Idiomaticity in Grammatical Constructions: The Case of Let Alone. Language. 64(3), 501-538.
Regier, T., & Kay P. (2009).  Language, Thought, and Color: Whorf Was Half Right. Trends in Cognitive Science. 13(10), 439-446.
Kay, P., & Regier T. (2006).  Language, Thought, and Color: Recent Developments. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 10(2), 51-54.
Kay, P., & Regier T. (2007).  Color Naming Universals: The Case of Berinmo. Cognition. 102(2), 289-298.
Hardy, J.., Frederick C.., Kay P., & Werner J.. (2005).  Color Naming Lens Aging and Grue: What the Optics of the Aging Eye Can Teach Us About Color Language. Psychological Science. 16(4), 321-327.
Regier, T., & Kay P. (2004).  Color Naming and Sunlight: Commentary on Lindsey and Brown. Psychological Science. 15(4), 289-290.
Regier, T., & Kay P. (2004).  Color Naming and Sunlight. Psychological Science. 15, 288-289.
Kay, P. (2004).  Color Categories Are Not Arbitrary. Journal of Cross-Cultural Research.
Conference Paper
Gilbert, A. L., Regier T., Kay P., & Ivry R. B. (2006).  Whorf Hypothesis Is Supported in the Right Visual Field but Not The Left. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 103(2), 489-494.
Cook, R. S., Kay P., & Regier T. (2005).  Universal Foci and Varying Boundaries in Linguistic Color Categories. Proceedings of the 27th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2005). 1827-1832.
Kay, P., & Regier T. (2003).  Resolving the Question of Color Naming Universals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 100(15), 9085-9089.
Zhou, K., Mo L., Kay P., Kwok V.. P. Y., Ip T. N. M., & Tan L. Hai (2010).  Newly Trained Lexical Categories Produce Lateralized Categorical Perception of Color. 107(22), 9974-9978.
Kwok, V.., Niu Z., Kay P., Zhou K., Mo L., Jin Z., et al. (2011).  Learning New Color Names Produces Rapid Increase in Gray Matter in the Intact Adult Human Cortex. 108(16), 6686-6688.
Franklin, A., Drivonikou V. G., Clifford A., Kay P., Regier T., & Davies I. R. L. (2008).  Lateralization of Categorical Perception of Color Changes with Color Term Acquisition. 105(47), 18221-18225.
Siok, W. Ting, Kay P., Wang W. S. Y., Chan A. H. D., Chen L., Luke K-K., et al. (2009).  Language Regions of Brain Are Operative in Color Perception. 106(20), 8140-8145.