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  • Fikkert, P, L. Liu & M. Ota (subm./accepted). ‘The acquisition of word prosody’. To appear in Chen, A. & C. Gussenhoven (Eds.), Handbook of prosody.
  • Fikkert, P. & R. S. Santos (2011). ‘The use of cues to word stress in word recognition by Brazilian Portuguese and Dutch children’. In: Ferreira-Gonçalves, Giovana, Brum-de-Paula, Mirian Rose & Keske-Soares, Márcia (Eds.), Estudos em Aquisição Fonológica. Universidade Federal de Pelotas. 107–132.
  • Fikkert, P. & C.C. Levelt (2008). ‘How does place fall into place? The lexicon and emergent constraints in the developing phonological grammar’. In: P. Avery, B. Elan Dresher & K. Rice (Eds.), Contrast in phonology: Perception and Acquisition. Berlin: Mouton. 219–256.
  • Fikkert, P. (2007). ‘Acquiring phonology’. In: P. de Lacy (Ed.), Handbook of phonological theory. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press. 537–554.
  • Kager, R., S. van der Feest, P. Fikkert, A. Kerkhoff & T.S. Zamuner (2007). ‘Representations of [voice]: Evidence from Acquisition’. In E.J. van der Torre & J. van de Weijer (Eds.), Voicing in Dutch. Amsterdam: John Benjamin Publishing Company. 41–80.
  • Fikkert, P., E. Dresher & A. Lahiri (2006). ‘Prosodic preferences in the history of English’. In: A. van Kemenade & B. Los (Eds.), Handbook of English historical linguistics. Blackwell. 125–150.
  • Fikkert, P. (2005). ‘Getting sounds structures in mind. Acquisition bridging linguistics and psychology?’ In: A.E. Cutler (Eds.), Twenty-First Century Psycholinguistics: Four Cornerstones. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 43–56.
  • Fikkert, P. (2003). ‘Het voetenwerk in taalverandering en taalverwerving. Over het optimaliseren van de prosodische structuur van woorden’. In: Schutter, G. De & S. Gillis (Eds.). Klankstructuren van (een) taal. Nederlandse fonologie aan het begin van de eeuw. Gent: KANTL. 165–197.
  • Fikkert, P. (2002). ‘The prosodic structure of prefixed words in the history of West Germanic’. In: Fikkert, P. & H. Jacobs (Eds.), Development in prosodic systems. Berlin: Mouton. 315–348.
  • Fikkert, P. (2001). ‘Compounds Triggering Prosodic Development’. In: J. Weissenborn & B. Hoehle (Eds.), Approaches to Bootstrapping. Phonological, Lexical, Syntactic and Neurophysiological Aspects of Early Language Acquisition. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Volume II. 59–86.
  • Fikkert, P. (2000). ‘Prosodic Variation in ‘Lutgart’’. In A. Lahiri (Ed.), Analogy, Leveling, Markedness. Principles of Change in Phonology and Morphology. Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs 127. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 301–332.
  • Fikkert, P. (2000). ‘Acquisition of Phonology’. In: L. Cheng & R. Sybesma (Eds.), The First Glot International State-of-the-Article Book. The Latest in Linguistics. Studies in Generative Grammar 48. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 221–250.
  • Fikkert, P. (1998). ‘The acquisition of Dutch phonology’. In S. Gillis & A. de Houwer (Eds.), The acquisition of Dutch. Amsterdam: Benjamins. 163–222.

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Radboud University of Nijmegen,
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