Boll-Avetisyan, N., Bhatara, A., Unger, A., Nazzi, T. & Höhle, B. (2015) Effects of experience with L2 and music on rhythmic grouping by French listeners. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition. Doi:10.1017/S1366728915000425
Höhle, B., Pauen, S., Hesse, V., & Weissenborn, J. (2014) Discrimination of rhythmic pattern at 4 months and language performance at 5 years: A longitudinal analysis of data from German-learning children. Language Learning, 64, 141-164.
Höhle, B., Hörnig, R., Weskott, T., Knauf, S. & Krüger, A. (2014) Effects of focus and definiteness on children’s word order: Evidence from German 5-year-olds‘ reproductions of double object constructions. Journal of Child Language, 41, 780-810.
Bhatara, A., Boll-Avetisyan, N., Unger, A., Nazzi, T. & Höhle, B. (2013) Native language affects rhythmic grouping. Journal of the Acoustic Society of America 134, 3828-3843.
Ott, S., & Höhle, B. (2013) Verb inflection in German-learning children with typical and atypical language acquisition: the impact of subsyllabic frequencies. Journal of Child Language 40, 169-192.
Wellmann, C., Holzgrefe, J., Truckenbrodt, H., Wartenburger, I. & Höhle, B. (2012) How each prosodic boundary cue matters: Evidence from German infants. Frontiers in Language Sciences.
Berger, F. & Höhle, B. (2012) Restrictions on addition: Children’s interpretation of the focus particles auch (‘also’) and nur (‘only’) in German. Journal of Child Language, 39, 383-410.
Brandt-Kobele, O.-C. & Höhle, B. (2010) What asymmetries within comprehension reveal about asymmetries between comprehension and production: The case of verb inflection in language acquisition. Lingua, 120, 1910-1925.
Höhle, B., Bijeljac-Babic, R., Herold, B., Weissenborn, J. & Nazzi, T. (2009) Language specific prosodic preferences during the first year of life: Evidence from German and French infants. Infant Behavior and Development, 32, 262-274.
Herold, B., Höhle, B., Walch, E., Weber, T. & Obladen, M. (2008) Impaired word stress pattern discrimination in very low-birth weight infants during the first 6 months of life. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 50, 678-683.