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Native, non-native and L2 perceptual cue weighting for Dutch vowels: The case of Dutch, German, and Spanish listeners
P Escudero, T Benders, SC Lipski
Journal of Phonetics 37 (4), 452-465, 2009
1762009
Mommy is only happy! Dutch mothers’ realisation of speech sounds in infant-directed speech expresses emotion, not didactic intent
T Benders
Infant Behavior and Development 36 (4), 847-862, 2013
1002013
Enhanced bimodal distributions facilitate the learning of second language vowels
P Escudero, T Benders, K Wanrooij
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 130 (4), EL206-EL212, 2011
912011
Second language attainment and first language attrition: The case of VOT in immersed Dutch–German late bilinguals
A Stoehr, T Benders, JG van Hell, P Fikkert
Second language research 33 (4), 483-518, 2017
372017
Language experience modulates weighting of acoustic cues for vowel perception: An event‐related potential study
SC Lipski, P Escudero, T Benders
Psychophysiology 49 (5), 638-650, 2012
342012
Dutch and English toddlers’ use of linguistic cues in predicting upcoming turn transitions
I Lammertink, M Casillas, T Benders, B Post, P Fikkert
Front. Psychol 6 (495), 10.3389, 2015
252015
The interrelation between acoustic context effects and available response categories in speech sound categorization
T Benders, P Escudero, MJ Sjerps
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 131 (4), 3079-3087, 2012
182012
Nature’s distributional-learning experiment
T Benders
PhD dissertation, University of Amsterdam, 2013
172013
Bilingual Preschoolers’ Speech is Associated with Non-Native Maternal Language Input
A Stoehr, T Benders, JG Van Hell, P Fikkert
Language Learning and Development 15 (1), 75-100, 2019
152019
Heritage language exposure impacts voice onset time of Dutch–German simultaneous bilingual preschoolers
A Stoehr, T Benders, JG Van Hell, P Fikkert
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 21 (3), 598-617, 2018
152018
Observed effects of “distributional learning” may not relate to the number of peaks. A test of “dispersion” as a confounding factor
K Wanrooij, P Boersma, T Benders
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1341, 2015
152015
An evidence accumulation model of acoustic cue weighting in vowel perception
G Tillman, T Benders, SD Brown, D van Ravenzwaaij
Journal of Phonetics 61, 1-12, 2017
142017
Neural network models for phonology and phonetics
P Boersma, T Benders, K Seinhorst
Journal of Language Modelling 8 (1), 103–177-103–177, 2020
132020
Infants’ sensitivity to rhyme in songs
LE Hahn, T Benders, TM Snijders, P Fikkert
Infant Behavior and Development 52, 130-139, 2018
92018
Infants segment words from songs—An EEG study
TM Snijders, T Benders, P Fikkert
Brain sciences 10 (1), 39, 2020
82020
Hypo-articulation of the four-way voicing contrast in Nepali infant-directed speech
T Benders, S Pokharel, K Demuth
Language Learning and Development 15 (3), 232-254, 2019
82019
The perceptual basis of the feature vowel height.
K Chládková, P Boersma, T Benders
ICPhS, 2015
82015
Contrasting behavioral looking procedures: a case study on infant speech segmentation
C Junge, E Everaert, L Porto, P Fikkert, M de Klerk, B Keij, T Benders
Infant Behavior and Development 60, 101448, 2020
52020
Phonetic and phonological approaches to early word recognition
P Escudero, T Benders
The linguistics enterprise: from knowledge of language to knowledge in …, 2010
52010
Comparing methods to find a best exemplar in a multidimensional space
T Benders, P Boersma
Tenth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, 2009
52009
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