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Chen, A. & Kager, R.W.J. (2011). The perception of lexical tones and tone sandhi in L2: Success or failure?. In W.S. Lee & E. Zee (Eds.), Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences ICPhS XVII 2011 (pp. 444-447) (4 p.). Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong.

Chen, A. & Kager, R.W.J. (2013). Cross-domain perception of pitch in early infancy. In S Baiz, N Goldman & R Hawkes (Eds.), BUCLD 37: Proceedings of the 37th Annual Boston University Conference in Language Development (pp. 49-61) (13 p.). Somerville: Cascadilla Press.

Chen, A. & Kager, R.W.J. (2015). Discrimination of non-native lexical tones in the first year of life. Infant and child development, (pp. Early View Online).

Chen, A. (2013). Universal biases in the perception of Mandarin tones: From infancy to adulthood (doctoral dissertation). LOT, 308.

Chen, A., & Kager, R.W.J. (2012). Domain specificity of lexical tone perception in early infancy: lexical tones versus musical tones. In Tonal Aspects of Languages-Third International Symposium.

Chen, A., & Kager, R.W.J. (2012). Lexical tone perception in early infancy. Speech Prosody 2012.

de Bree, E.H., Kerkhoff, A.O., de Klerk, M.K.A., Capel, D.J.H. & Wijnen, F.N.K. (20-05-2015). Early Speech Perception in Infants with a Familial Risk of Dyslexia.

Grama, I.C. & Wijnen, F.N.K. (14-03-2014). Natural is optimal: Perceptual cues to non-adjacent dependency learning.

Grama, I.C., Kerkhoff, A.O. & Wijnen, F.N.K. (2016). Gleaning Structure from Sound – The Role of Prosodic Contrast in Learning Non-adjacent DependenciesJournal of Psycholinguistic Research, (pp. 1-23) (23 p.).

Kager, R.W.J. & Liu, L. (2015). Bilingual exposure influences infant VOT perceptionInfant Behavior and Development, 38, 27-36.

Kager, R.W.J. & Liu, L. (2015). Perception of a native vowel contrast by Dutch monolingual and bilingual infants – A bilingual perceptual leadInternational Journal of Bilingualism, 20(3), 335-345

Kerkhoff, A.O., De Bree, E.H., De Klerk, M.K.A., & Wijnen, F.N.K. (2013). Non-adjacent dependency learning in infants at familial risk of dyslexia. Journal of child language, 40(01), 11-28.

Kerkhoff, A.O., de Bree, E.H. & Wijnen, F.N.K. (21-06-2013). Distributional learning in infants at familial risk of dyslexia.

Liu, L. (2014). The Effects of Bilingualism on Infant Language Development: The Acquisition of Sounds and Words (Doctoral dissertation). LOT, 346.

Liu, L., & Kager, R.W.J. (2011). How Do Statistical Learning and Perceptual Reorganization Alter Dutch Infant’s Perception to Lexical Tones?. In Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences ICPhS XVII 2011 (pp. 1270-1273). Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong.

Liu, L., & Kager, R. (2014). Perception of tones by infants learning a non-tone language. Cognition, 133(2), 385-394.

Van Setten, L., Grama, I.C., & Wijnen, F.N.K. (2014). Gender differences in non-adjacent dependency learning.  Investigating the small female advantage in language development. In Igitur, thesis Utrecht University, 1-17.