Laks, Lior, Evan-Gary Cohen & Stav-Azulay. To appear. Paradigm uniformity and the locus of derivation: The case of vowel epenthesis in Hebrew verbs. Lingua.
Laks, Lior. To appear. Regular Irregularities: What does the OCP do and doesn’t do to the verbal system of Modern Hebrew? Mediterranean Language Review.
Kupersmitt, Judy & Lior Laks. To appear. Strategies of compensation for “missing” categories in L1 and L2: Between verbs and nouns in narrative and expository Texts. Hebrew Studies.
Laks, Lior. To appear. Verb innovation in Hebrew and Palestinian Arabic: The interaction of morpho-phonological and thematic-semantic criteria. Brill’s Annual Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics.
Laks, Lior. 2015. Variation and change in instrument noun formation in Hebrew and its relation to the verbal system. Word Structure 8.1, 1-28.
Laks, Lior. 2015. Morph-semantic and morpho-categorical transparency as a trigger for language change. Hebrew Higher Education 17, 75-86 [In Hebrew].
Laks, Lior. 2014. Plural word formation of loan words in Palestinian and Jordanian Arabic. Journal of Arabic Linguistics 60, 5-34.
Laks, Lior. 2015. Morphological choices and gaps: a word-based account. Hebrew Linguistics 69:45-65 [In Hebrew].
Laks, Lior. 2014. Morphological errors in second language learning: Evidence form Arabic speaking learners of Hebrew. Hebrew Higher Education 16, 99-109 [In Hebrew].
Laks, Lior. 2013. Morpho-thematic mismatches in Hebrew: What happens when morphological and thematic criteria collide? Lingua 138, 107-127.
Laks, Lior. 2013. Why and how do Hebrew verbs change their form? A morpho-thematic account. Morphology 23(3), 351-383. DOI 10.1007/s11525-013-9227-3
Laks, Lior. 2013. Passive formation in Palestinian and Standard Arabic: Lexical vs. syntactic operations. Word Structure 6, 156-180. DOI 10.3366/word.2013.0043
Laks, Lior. 2009. How to choose a prosiduc template: On verb innovation and variation in Hebrew. In E. Fuss & C. Trips (eds.). Morphological Blocking and Linguistic Variation: A Typological Perspective. Language Typology and Universals, 62, 4, 307-324. Berlin: Stuf.