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Pattern recognition mediates flexible timing of vocalizations in nonhuman primates: experiments with cottontop tamarins. Animal Behaviour. 76, 1885 – 1892.(2008).
Perception of Prosodic Boundary Correlates by Newborn Infants. Infancy. 2, 385-394.(2001).
The perception of second language sounds in early bilinguals: New evidence from an implicit measure. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. 31, 912-918.(2005).
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).
Persistent stress `deafness': The case of French learners of Spanish. Cognition. 106, 682-706.(2008).
Perturbation of visuospatial attention by high-frequency offline rTMS. Exp Brain Res. 189, 121–128.(2008).
Phonological, orthographic and lexical codes. Comment on Carello et al (1994). Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. 20, 199-202.(1994).
Preference for native speakers modulates infants' song preference. 2013 Biennial Meeting Society fro Research in Child Development.(2013).
Preparation and execution of saccades: the problem of limited capacity of computational resources. Exp Brain Res. 171, 7–15.(2006).
Primitive computations in speech processing. Q J Exp Psychol. 62, 2187–2209.(2009).