Winter, B., & Wedel, A. (2016). The co-evolution of speech and the lexicon: The interaction of functional pressures, redundancy and category variation. Topics in Cognitive Science.
Winter, B., & Wieling, M. (2016). How to analyze linguistic change using mixed models, Growth Curve Analysis and Generalized Additive Modeling. Journal of Language Evolution, 7-18.
Winter, B., & Wedel, A. (2016). Commentary: Desiccation and tone within linguistic theory and language contact research. Journal of Language Evolution, 1, 80-82.
Matlock, T., & Winter, B. (2015). Experimental semantics. In B. Heine and H. Narrog (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Analysis (pp. 771-790). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Winter, B., & Matlock, T., Shaki, S., & Fischer, M. (2015). Mental number space in three dimensions. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 57, 209-219.
Mason, P., Dominguez, D., J.F., Winter, B., & Grignolio, A. (2015). Hidden in plain view: Degeneracy in complex systems. BioSystems, 128, 1-8.
Winter, B., & Marghetis, T., & Matlock, T. (2015). Of magnitudes and metaphors: Explaining cognitive interactions between space, time and number. Cortex, 64, 209-224.
Winter, B. (2014). Spoken language achieves robustness and evolvability by exploiting degeneracy and neutrality. BioEssays, 36, 960-967.
Winter, B. (2014). Horror movies and the cognitive ecology of primary metaphors. Metaphor & Symbol, 29, 151-170.
Brown, L., Winter, B., Idemaru, K., & Grawunder, S. (2014). Phonetics and politeness: Perceiving Korean Honorific and non-honorific speech through phonetic cues. Journal of Pragmatics, 66, 45-60.
Huette, S., Winter, B., Matlock, T., Ardell, D. H., & Spivey, M. H. (2014). Eye movements during listening reveal spontaneous grammatical processing. Frontiers in Psychology, 5: 410.
Röttger, T., Winter, B., Grawunder, S., Kirby, J., & Grice, M. (2014). Assessing the incomplete neutralization of final devoicing in German. Journal of Phonetics, 43, 11-25.
Winter, B., Perlman, M., & Matlock, T. (2014). Using space to talk and gesture about numbers: Evidence from the TV News Archive. Gesture, 13, 377-408.
Bentz, C., & Winter, B. (2013). Languages with more second language learners tend to lose nominal case. Language Dynamics & Change, 3:1, 1-27.
Lancia, L., & Winter, B. (2013). The interaction between competition, learning and habituation dynamics in speech perception. Laboratory Phonology, 4:1, 221-257.
Winter, B., & Matlock, T. (2013). Making judgments based on similarity and proximity. Metaphor & Symbol, 28:4, 219-232.
Winter, B. (2013). Linear models and linear mixed effects models in R with linguistic applications. arXiv:1308.5499.
Huette, S., Winter, B., Matlock, T., & Spivey, M. J. (2012). Processing motion implied in language: eye-movement differences during aspect comprehension. Cognitive Processing, 13:1, 193-197.
Winter, B., & Bergen, B. (2012). Language comprehenders represent object distance both visually and auditorily: evidence for the immersed experiencer view. Language and Cognition, 4:1, 1-16.
Winter, B., & Grawunder, S. (2012). The phonetic profile of Korean formality. Journal of Phonetics, 40, 808-815.
Winter, B. (2010). A note on the higher phylogeny of Austronesian. Oceanic Linguistics, 49:1, 282-287.