PhD Student, Yale University

Stern, M. C. & Shaw, J. A. (submitted). Neural inhibition during speech planning contributes to contrastive hyperarticulation. Journal of Memory and Language.

Stern, M. C., Dayal, V., Martohardjono, G., Chen, M., & Madsen II, C. N. (2022). Definiteness and argument position in the interpretation of bare nouns: From L1 Mandarin to L2 English. In T. Leal, E. Shimanskaya, and C. A. Isabelli (Eds.), Generative SLA in the Age of Minimalism. Features, Interfaces, and Beyond. Selected Proceedings of the 15th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition Conference. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Stern, M. C., Chaturvedi, M., & Shaw, J. A. (2022). A dynamic neural field model of phonetic trace effects in speech errors. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 44.

Stern, M. C., Stover, L., Guerra, E., & Martohardjono, G. (2021). Syntactic and semantic influences on the time course of relative clause processing: The role of language dominance. Brain Sciences, 11(8).

Stern, M. C. (2021). Phonological contrast drives phonetic implementation: Evidence from category goodness ratings. In A. Kalomoiros and L. Paparounas (Eds.), Penn Working Papers in Linguistics (PWPL), 27(1).

Stover, L., Stern, M. C., Lowry, C., Martohardjono, G., & Madsen II, C. N. (2021). Effects of language dominance on L1 relative clause processing. In Syntax Processing (pp. 206-233). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Stern, M. C., Madsen, C. N., Stover, L. M., Lowry, C., & Martohardjono, G. (2019). Language history attenuates syntactic prediction in L1 processing. Journal of Cultural Cognitive Science 3, 235-255.