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Kempen, Gerard & Harbusch, Karin (2019). Mutual attraction between high-frequency verbs and clause types with finite verbs in early positions: corpus evidence from spoken English, Dutch, and German. Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience. https://doi.org/10.1080/23273798.2019.1642498
Kempen, Gerard & Harbusch, Karin (2018). A competitive mechanism selecting verb-second versus verb-final word order in causative and argumentative clauses of spoken Dutch: A corpus-linguistic study. Language Sciences, 69, 30-42.
Kuiper, Koenraad; Bimesl, Neda; Kempen, Gerard, & Ogino, Masayoshi (2017). Initial vs. non-initial placement of agent constructions in spoken clauses: A corpus-based study of language production under time pressure. Language Sciences, 64, 16-33.
Kempen, Gerard, & Harbusch, Karin (2017). Easy accessibility and retrievability of high- frequent verbs as a production-based factor modulating the speed of historical SOV-to-SVO word order changes. In Abstracts of the 30th CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing. Cambridge MA: MIT, March/April 2017.
Kempen, Gerard, & Harbusch, Karin (2017). Frequential test of (S)OV as unmarked word order in Dutch and German clauses: A serendipitous corpus-linguistic experiment. In Reckman, Hilke; Cheng, Lisa L.S.; Hijzelendoorn, Maarten, & Sybesma, Rint (Eds.). Crossroads Semantics. Computation, experiment and grammar. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
Kempen, Gerard, & Harbusch, Karin (2016). Verb-second word order after German weil ‘because’: Psycholinguistic theory from corpus-linguistic data. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 1(1): 3. 1–32.
van de Velde, Maartje; Kempen, Gerard, & Harbusch, Karin (2015). Dative alternation and planning scope in spoken language: A corpus study on effects of verb bias in VO and OV clauses of Dutch. Lingua, 165, 92-108.
Kempen, Gerard (2014). Prolegomena to a neurocomputational architecture for human grammatical encoding and decoding. Neuroinformatics, 12, 111-142.
Segaert, Katrien; Kempen, Gerard; Petersson, Karl Magnus, & Hagoort, Peter (2013). Syntactic priming and the lexical boost effect during sentence production and sentence comprehension: An fMRI study. Brain and Language, 124, 174-183.
Kempen, Gerard; Olsthoorn, Nomi & Sprenger, Simone (2012). Grammatical workspace sharing during language production and language comprehension: Evidence from grammatical multitasking. Language and Cognitive Processes, 27, 345-380.
Harbusch, Karin & Kempen, Gerard (2011). Automatic online writing support for L2 learners of German through output monitoring by a natural-language paraphrase generator. In Levy, Michael; Blin, Françoise; Bradin Siskin, Claire & Takeuchi, Osamu (Eds.). WorldCALL: International Perspectives on Computer-Assisted Language Learning. New York NY: Routledge.