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Key Publications 2017

Boeijinga, A., Hoeken, H. & Sanders, J.M. (2017). An analysis of health promotion materials for Dutch truck drivers. Off target and too difficult? Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 56 (4), 539-549. (Online version)

Brouwer, S.M., Sprenger, S.A. & Unsworth, S. (2017). Processing grammatical gender in Dutch: Evidence from eye movements. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 159, 50-65. (Online version)

Choi, J.Y., Cutler, A. & Broersma, M. (2017). Early development of abstract language knowledge: Evidence from perception-production transfer of birth-language memory. Royal Society Open Science, 4 (1). (Online version)

Frank, S.L. & Willems, R.M. (2017). Word predictability and semantic similarity show distinct patterns of brain activity during language comprehension. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 32 (9), 1192-1203. (Online version)

Graus, J.H.G. & Coppen, P.A.J.M. (2017). The Interface Between Student Teacher Grammar Cognitions and Learner-Oriented Cognitions. Modern Language Journal, 101 (4), 643-668. (Online version)

Kootstra, G.J. & Muysken, P.C. (2017). Cross-linguistic priming in bilinguals: Multidisciplinary perspectives on language processing, acquisition, and change. Bilingualism. Language and Cognition, 20 (2), 215-218. (Online version)

Krieken, K.W.M. van (2017). Ambiguous perspective in narrative discourse:  Effects of viewpoint markers and verb tense on readers’ interpretation of represented perceptions. Discourse Processes. (Online version)

Lestrade, S. (2017). Unzipping Zipf’s law. PLoS One, 12 (8). (Online version)

Links, M.M., Kemenade, A.M.C. van & Grondelaers, S.A. (2017). Correlatives in earlier English: change and continuity in the expression of interclausal dependencies. Language Variation and Change, 29 (3), 365-392. (Online version)

Ortega, G., Sümer, B. & Özyürek, A. (2017). Type of iconicity matters in the vocabulary development of signing children. Developmental Psychology, 53 (1), 89-99. (Online version)

Rijswijk, R. van, Muntendam, A.G. & Dijkstra, A.F.J. (2017). Focus in Dutch reading: An eye-tracking experiment with heritage speakers of Turkish. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 32 (8), 984-1000. (Online version)

Rissman, L.R. & Goldin-Meadow, S. (2017). The Development of Causal Structure without a Language Model. Language Learning and Development, 13 (3), 286-299. (Online version)

Slik, F.W.P. van der, Hout, R.W.N.M. van & Schepens, J.J. (2017). The role of morphological complexity in predicting the learnability of an additional language. The case of La (additional language) Dutch. Second Language Research. (Online version)

Speed, L.J. & Majid, A. (2017). Superior olfactory language and cognition in odor-color synaesthesia. Journal of Experimental Psychology B-Human Perception and Performance, 43. (Online version)

Spätgens, T. & Schoonen, R. (2017). The semantic network, lexical access and reading comprehension in monolingual and bilingual children: An individual differences study. Applied Psycholinguistics, 39 (1). (Online version)

Stöhr, A., Benders, A.T., Hell, J.G. van & Fikkert, J.P.M. (2017). Heritage language exposure is associated with voice onset time of Dutch-German simultaneous bilingual preschoolers. Bilingualism. Language and Cognition. (Online version)

Stommel, W.J.P., Paulus, T. & Atkins, D. (2017). "Here's the link": Hyperlinking in service-focused chat interaction. Journal of Pragmatics, 115, 56-76. (Online version)

Viebahn, M.C., Ernestus, M.T.C. & McQueen, J.M. (2017). Speaking style influences the brain's electrophysiological response to grammatical errors in speech comprehension. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 29 (7), 1132-1146. (Online version)