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Adaptation to time-compressed speech: Phonological determinants. Perception and Psychophysics. 62, 834-842.(2000).
Attentional allocation within the syllabic structure of spoken words. Journal of Memory and Language. 32, 373-389.(1993).
Contrasting syllabic effects in Catalan and Spanish. Journal of Memory and Language. 31, 18-32.(1992).
A destressing 'deafness' in French?. Journal of Memory and Language. 36, 406-421.(1997).
Perception of Prosodic Boundary Correlates by Newborn Infants. Infancy. 2, 385-394.(2001).
Perceptual adjustment to time-compressed speech: A cross-linguistic study. Memory & Cognition. 26, 844-851.(1998).
Perceptual and memory constraints on language acquisition. Trends Cogn Sci. 13, 348–353.(2009).
Perceptual constraints and the learnability of simple grammars. Cognition. 105, 577–614.(2007).
Perceptual Constraints in Phonotactic Learning.. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform. 36, 235–250.(2010).
Primitive computations in speech processing. Q J Exp Psychol. 62, 2187–2209.(2009).
Understanding compressed sentences: The role of rhythm and meaning. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 682, 272-282.(1993).
Word frequency as a cue for identifying function words in infancy. Cognition. 115, 444-457.(2010).
Word Frequency Cues Word Order in Adults: Cross-Linguistic Evidence. Frontiers in Psychology. 4:689,(2013).
From perception to grammar. ( , Ed.).Early Language Development: Bridging Brain and Behaviour. 5, 191–213.(2008).