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Langus, A.., Seyed-Allaei S.., Uysal E.., Pirmoradian S.., Marino C.., Asaadi S.., et al. (2016).  Listening natively across perceptual domains?. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition. 42, 127-139.
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Toro, J. M., Sebastián-Gallés N., & Mattys S. (2009).  The role of perceptual salience during the segmentation of connected speech. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 21, 786-800.
Toro, J.M.., & Crespo-Bojorque P. (2017).  Consonance processing in the absence of relevant experience: Evidence from non-human animals. Comparative Cognition & Behavior Reviews. 12, 10.3819/CCBR.2017.120004.
Toro, J. M., Rodriguez-Fornells A., & Sebastián-Gallés N. (2007).  Stress placement and word segmentation by Spanish speakers. Psicologica. 28, 167-176.
Toro, J. M., Trobalon J., & Sebastián-Gallés N. (2004).  Sentence discrimination and generalization by rats. Cognitiva. 16, 3-11.
Toro, J. M., Sinnett S., & Soto-Faraco S. (2011).  Generalizing linguistic structures under high-attention demands. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition. 37, 493-501.
Toro, J. M., Sinnett S., & Soto-Faraco S. (2005).  Speech segmentation by statistical learning depends on attention. Cognition. 97, B25-B34.
Toro, J. M., & Hoeschele M.. (2017).  Generalizing prosodic patterns by a non-vocal learning mammal. Animal Cognition. 20, 179-185.
Toro, J. M., Trobalon J., & Sebastián-Gallés N. (2005).  The effects of backward speech and speaker variability in language discrimination by rats. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes. 31, 95-100.
Toro, J. M., Nespor M., & Gervain J. (2016).  Frequency-based organization of speech sequences in a nonhuman animal. Cognition. 146, 1-7.
Toro, J. M., Pons F., Bion R., & Sebastián-Gallés N. (2011).  The contribution of language-specific knowledge in the selection of statistically-coherent word candidates. Journal of Memory and Language. 64, 171-180.

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