Publications and Presentations


Weyers, I., Walkenhorst, B., Nettermann, K., Bulca, Ö, Gruber, T. & Mueller, J. L. (in prep.).
Neural entrainment reveals simultaneous, implicit learning of adjacent word and non-adjacent phrasal structure.

Gagl, B., Weyers, I., Colombo, M., Scarf, D., Güntürkün, O. & Mueller, J. L. (in prep.). Humans
and baboons, but not pigeons, use letter-sequence information during orthographic processing.

Weyers, I., Männel, C., & Mueller, J. L. (2022). Constraints on infants’ ability to extract non-adjacent dependencies from vowels and consonants. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience57(101149).

Weyers, I., & Mueller, J. L. (2022). A Special Role of Syllables, But Not Vowels or Consonants, for Nonadjacent Dependency Learning. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience34(8), 1467–1487.

Gagl, B., Weyers, I., Wurth, L. & Mueller, J. L. (2021). Speechless Reader Model: A
neurocognitive model for human reading reveals cognitive underpinnings of baboon
lexical decision behavior. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 43.


Weyers, I., Männel, C. & Mueller, J. (2021). Infants, but not adults, extract non-adjacent
dependencies from segmental information. Poster at 6th Lancaster Conference on Infant and Early Child Development (LCICD), Lancaster, UK.
Weyers, I., Männel, C. & Mueller, J. (2021). 8-10 months old infants extract non-adjacent
dependencies from segmental information. Poster at CogSci2021, Vienna, Austria.
Weyers, I. & Mueller, J. (2019). Non-adjacent dependency learning over different segments in
spoken language. Poster at Statistical Learning Conference 2019, Donostia, San Sebastián, Spain.
Weyers, I. & Mueller, J. (2018). The perceptual basis of non-adjacent dependency learning.
Poster at Crossing the Borders: Development of language, cognition and the brain,
Potsdam, Germany.
Weyers, I. & Mueller, J. (2018). On the segmental basis of non-adjacent dependency learning
in spoken language. Science Slam at Cognitive Neuroscience of Second and Artificial Language Learning, Bangor, UK.