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  • Judy, T., Chaoch-Orozo, A., Puig-Mayenco, E., Miller, D., Martin Villena, F. (accepted). Testing the Competing Systems Hypothesis: The case of aspect in L2 Spanish. Second Language Research
  • Leal, T., Hoot, B., & Miller, D. (in prep). Real-time comprehension of information structure in second-language Spanish. Language Learning
  • Miller, D., Abugaber, D., Duarte, S., Solis-Barroso, C., & Delgado, R. (in prep). Aversive language processing in bilingualism: The import of System 1 and System 2 processing.
  • Miller, D., Abugaber, D., Solis Barroso, C., Delgado, R., & Escalante Martínez, J. A. (in prep). Maintaining political beliefs in the face of counterevidence: The role of bilingualism.
  • Miller, D. (in prep). Foreign accented speech and non-native grammar affect credibility differently.
  • Miller, D., Chaoch-Orozo, A., & González Alonso, J., Abugaber, D., Escalante Martínez, J. A. (in prep). Masked priming and semantic associations in bilingualism.
  • Miller, D., DeLuca, V., Swanson, K., & Rothman, J. (submitted). New Horizons: The psycho- and neurolinguistic data record in Generative Second Language Acquisition. Handbook on Second Language Acquisition and Neurolinguistics

Publications Heading link

  • Cheng, Y., Cunnings, I., Miller, D., Rothman, J. (2021). ERPs reveal that determiner-number specification matters for both L1 and L2 processing of non-local agreement. Studies in Second Language Acquisition 
  • Miller, D., Solis-Barroso, C., & Delgado, R. (2021). The foreign language effect in bilingualism: Examining prosocial sentiment after offense-taking. Applied Psycholinguistics. 42(2). 395 – 416
  • Miller, D., & Iverson, M. (2021). Retrodiction in the social sciences: With great power comes great responsibility. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism.
  • González Alonso, J., Cunnings, I., Fujita, H., Miller, D., & Rothman, J. (2021). Gender attraction in sentence comprehension. Glossa. 6(1): 20. 1–26.
  • Alemán-Bañón, J., Miller, D., & Rothman, J. (2020). Person markedness facilitates agreement for native speakers but not for second language learners: Evidence from event-related potentials. Studies in Second Language Research.
  • González Alonso, J., Rothman, J., DeLuca, V., Miller, D., Puig Mayenco, E., Alemán-Bañón, J., Soares, S., Slaats, S. (2020). Typological similarity affects attention in L3 mini-grammar learning: An ERP artificial study. Journal of Neurolinguistics
  • Miller, D. & Rothman, J. (2019). You win some, you lose some: Comprehension and ERP evidence for L1 attrition. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
  • DeLuca, V., Miller, D., Pliatsikas, C., & Rothman, J. (2019). Brain adaptations and neurological indices of processing in adult Second Language Acquisition (SLA): Challenges for the Critical Period Hypothesis. Handbook of the Neuroscience of Multilingualism. Wiley