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Publications

van de Vijver, R. &  Tomaschek, F. Morphology (Ed.).  Volume 31, issue 2, May 2021. Special Issue: Phonological and phonetic variation in spoken morphology . https://link.springer.com/journal/11525/volumes-and-issues/31-2

(to appear) 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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