Stoehr, A. (2018). Speech production, perception, and input of simultaneous bilingual preschoolers: Evidence from voice onset time. MPI Series in Psycholinguistics, 131.[Doctoral Dissertation, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands.]
Stoehr, A., & Martin, C. D. (2021). Orthography affects L1 and L2 speech perception but not production in early bilinguals. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 1-13. (open access).
Stoehr, A., Benders, T., van Hell, J. G., & Fikkert, P. (2019). Bilingual preschoolers' speech is associated with non-native maternal input. Language Learning and Development, 15, 75–100. (open access). Paper selected as 1 of 5 key publications for 2019 by Radboud University's Centre for Language Studies.
Stoehr, A., Benders, T., van Hell, J. G., & Fikkert, P. (2018). Heritage language exposure impacts voice onset time of Dutch-German simultaneous bilingual preschoolers. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 21, 598–617. (open access). Paper featured in Neerlandistiek, an online public science journal.
Stoehr, A., Benders, T., van Hell, J. G., & Fikkert, P. (2017). Second language attainment and first language attrition: The case of VOT in immersed Dutch-German late bilinguals. Second Language Research, 33, 483–518. (open access). Paper among the top 10 SLR journal articles from 2017-2018 that were cited the most in 2019.
Kupisch, T., Lein, T., Barton, D., Schröder, D. J., Stangen, I., & Stoehr, A. (2014). Acquisition outcomes across domains in adult simultaneous bilinguals with French as weaker and and stronger language. Journal of French Language Studies 24, 347–376.
Kupisch, T., Akpınar, D., & Stöhr, A. (2013). Gender assignment and gender agreement in adult bilinguals and second language learners of French. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 3, 150–179.
Stöhr, A., Akpınar, D., Bianchi, G., & Kupisch, T. (2012). Gender marking in L2 learners and Italian-German bilinguals with German as the weaker language. In: K. Braunmueller & C. Gabriel (eds.), Multilingual Individuals Multilingual Societies (Hamburg Studies on Multilingualism 13), pp. 153–170. Amsterdam: Benjamins.