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Zamuner, T.S., Yeung, H. H., & Dumos, M. (accepted). The many facets of speech production and its complex effects on phonological processing. British Journal of Psychology.

Zamuner, T.S., Moore, C., & Desmeules-Trudel, F. (2016). Toddler’s sensitivity to within-word coarticulation during spoken word recognition: Developmental differences in lexical competition. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 152, 136–148. pdf

Zamuner, T.S., Morin-Lessard, E., Strahm, S., & Page, M.P.A. (2016). Spoken word recognition of novel words, either produced or only heard during training. Journal of Memory and Language, 89, 55-67. pdf

Zamuner, T.S., & Kharlamov, V. (2016). Phonotactics and Syllable Structure. In J. Lidz, W. Synder, & J. Pater (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Developmental Linguistics (pp. 27-42). Oxford: Oxford University Press. pdf

Archer, S., Zamuner, T.S., Fais, L., Engel, K., & Curtin, S. (2016). Infants’ Discrimination of Consonants: Interplay Between Word Position and Acoustic Saliency. Language Learning and Development, 1, 60-78. pdf

Zamuner, T.S., Morin-Lessard, E., & Bouchat-Laird, N. (2015). Phonological patterns in the lexical development of Canadian French. in M. Yavas (Ed.), Unusual Productions in Phonology: Universals and Language-specific considerations (pp. 28-48). New York: Taylor & Francis.

Alamri, A., & Zamuner, T.S. (2015). Phonological, semantic and root activation in spoken word recognition in Arabic: An eyetracking study. In S. Vinerte (Ed.), Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistics Association (pp. 1-15). Ottawa, Canada: Cahiers Linguistiques d’Ottawa. pdf

Curtin, S., & Zamuner, T.S. (2014). Understanding the developing sound system: Interactions between sounds and words. WIREs Cognitive Science, 5, 589-602. pdf

Zamuner, T.S., Fais, L., & Werker, J.F. (2014). Infants track word forms in early word-object associations. Developmental Science, 17, 481-491. pdf

De Bree, E., Zamuner, T.S., & Wijnen, F. (2014). Neighbourhood densities in the vocabularies of Dutch children with a familial risk of dyslexia. In R. Kager, J. Grijzenhout, & K. Sebregts (Eds.), Where the Principles Fail. A Festschrift for Wim Zonneveld on the Occasion of his 64th Birthday (pp. 17-28). Utrecht: Utrecht institute of Linguistics OTS. pdf

Zamuner, T.S. (2013). Perceptual evidence for young children’s developing knowledge of phonotactic probabilities. Language Acquisition, 20, 241-253. pdf

Zamuner, T.S., Kerkhoff, A.K., & Fikkert, P. (2012). Phonotactics and morpho-phonology in early child language: Evidence from Dutch. Journal of Applied Psycholinguistics, 33, 481-499. pdf

Zamuner, T.S. (2011). Stepping backwards in development: Integrating developmental speech perception with lexical and phonological development – a commentary on Stoel-Gammon’s “Relationships between lexical and phonological development in young children”. Journal of Child Language, 38, 56-60. pdf

Zamuner, T.S., & Johnson, E. J. (2011). Methodology in phonological acquisition: Assessing the joint development of speech perception and production. In B. Botma, N. Kula, & K. Nasukawa (Eds.), Continuum Handbook to Phonology (pp. 16-29). Amsterdam: Continuum. pdf

Johnson, E. J., & Zamuner, T.S. (2010). Using infant and toddler testing methods in language acquisition research. In E. Blom & S. Unsworth (Eds.), Experimental Methods in Language Acquisition Research (pp. 73-93). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. pdf