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Publications

(2021) Jessica Nieder, Yu-Ying Chuang, Ruben van de Vijver, and R. Harald Baayen. Comprehension, Production and Processing of Maltese Plurals in the Discriminative Lexicon. 2021 psyarchive, submitted.

(2021) van de Vijver, Ruben, Emmanuel Uwambayinema, and Yu-Ying. Chuang. Comprehension and production of Kinyarwanda verbs in the Discriminative Lexicon. Psyarchiv, 2021.

(2021) Nieder, Jessica, Fabian Tomaschek, Enum Cohrs and Ruben van de Vijver. Modeling Maltese noun plural classes without morphemes. (2021) Language, Cognition and Neuroscience.

(2021) Nieder, Jessica, Ruben van de Vijver, and Holger Mitterer. Priming Maltese Plurals: Representation of sound and broken plurals in the mental lexicon. The Mental Lexicon, 16(1), 2021.

(2021) van de Vijver, Ruben and Fabian Tomaschek. Phonological and phonetic variation in spoken morphology. Morphology, 31(2):83–86, 2021.

(2021) Nieder, Jessica, Ruben van de Vijver, and Holger Mitterer. Knowledge of Maltese singular–plural mappings: Analogy explains it best. Morphology, pages 1–24, 2021.

(2020) Bahners, Bahne, Esther Florin, Julian Rohrhuber, Holger Krause, Jan Hirschmann, Ruben van de Vijver, Alfons Schnitzler, and Markus Butz. P75 deep brain stimulation does not modulate sensorimotor integration of speech in Parkinson’s disease. Clinical Neurophysiology, 131(4):e215 – e216, 2020.

(2020) Bahners, Bahne, Esther Florin, Julian Rohrhuber, Holger Krause, Jan Hirschmann, Ruben van de Vijver, Alfons Schnitzler, and Markus Butz. Deep Brain Stimulation Does Not Modulate Auditory-Motor Integration of Speech in Parkinson’s Disease. Frontiers in Neurology, section Movement Disorders, 11:655, 2020.

(2019) Nayernia, Leila, Ruben van de Vijver, and Peter Indefrey. The influence of orthography on phonemic knowledge: An experimental investigation on German and Persian. Journal of psycholinguistic research, 48(6):1391–1406, 2019.

(2019) van de Vijver, Ruben and Dinah Baer-Henney. Paradigms in the Mental Lexicon: Evidence From German. Frontiers in Communication, 3:65, 2019.

(2017) Tomas, Ekaterina, Ruben van de Vijver, Kathrin Demuth, and Peter Petocz. Acquisition of nominal morphophonological alternations in Russian. First Language, 37(5):453–474, 2017.

(2015) Baer-Henney, Dinah, Frank Kügler, and Ruben van de Vijver. The interaction of language-specific and universal factors during the acquisition of morphophonemic alternations with exceptions. Cognitive science, 39(7):1537–1569, 2015.

(2015) Baer-Henney, D. & Kügler, F. & R. van de Vijver. The interaction of language-specific and universal factors during the acquisition of morphophonemic alternations with exceptions. Cognitive Science.

(2014) van de Vijver, R. & D. Baer-Henney. Developing biases. Frontiers in Psychology, section Language Sciences.

(2013) van de Vijver, R. & D. Baer-Henney. On the Development of the Productivity of Plural Suffixes in German. Proc. 37th BUCLD Vol. 2, 444–455.

(2012) Baer-Henney, D. & R. van de Vijver. On the role of substance, locality and amount of exposure in the acquisition of morphophonemic alternations. Laboratory Phonology Vol. 3(2), 221–249.

(2012) van de Vijver, R. & D. Baer-Henney. Sonority intuitions are provided by the lexicon. In: The Sonority Controversy. Steve Parker (ed.). Berlin, New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

(2012) van de Vijver, R. & D. Baer-Henney. Voice more, front less: On the development of knowledge of voicing and vowel alternations in German nouns by 5 year-olds, 7 year-olds and adults. Proc. 36th BUCLD Vol. 2, 660–672.

(2011) van de Vijver, R. & D. Baer-Henney. Acquisition of voicing and vowel alternations in German. Proc. 35th BUCLD Vol. 2, 603–615.

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