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Kush, D. & Dillon, B. (to appear in J. Sprouse (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Experimental Syntax ). Eye-tracking and experimental syntax.

Sloggett, S., Andrews, C. & Dillon, B. (to appear in L. Chapman & R. Ivan (eds.), A festschrift for Peggy Speas ). Agreement is all like: Every illusion is illusory in its own way.

Dillon, B. (2017). Incremental processing and the Right Roof Constraint. In N. LaCara, K. Moulton & A.-M. Tessier (eds.), A schrift to fest Kyle Johnson (pp. 119-130). Linguistics Open Access Publications, Scholarworks; Amherst, MA.

Dillon, B., Clifton, C, Sloggett, S., & Frazier, L. (2017). Appositives are set aside in working memory: Evidence from eye-tracking while reading. Journal of Memory and Language, 96, 93-109.

Dillon, B., Staub, A., Levy, J. & Clifton, C. (2017). Which noun phrases is this verb supposed to agree with? Object agreement in American English. Language, 93(1), 65-96.

Staub, A., Dillon, B., & Clifton, C. (2017). The matrix verb as a source of difficulty in object relative clauses. Cognitive Science, 41, 1353-1376.

Dillon, B. (2016). A short discourse on reflexives: a reply to Cunnings (2016). Bilingualism and Cognition, 1-2.

Dillon, B., Chow, W-Y, & Xiang, M. (2015). The relationship between anaphor features and antecedent retrieval: Comparing Mandarin ziji and ta-ziji. Frontiers in Psychology, 6. pdf

Jäger, L., Benz, L., Roeser, J., Dillon, B., & Vasishth, S. (2015). Teasing apart retrieval and encoding interference in the processing of anaphors. Frontiers in Psychology, 6. pdf

Frazier, L, Clifton, C., & Dillon, B. (2015). A note on interpreting damn expressives: Transferring the blame. Language and Cognition, 7(2), 1-14. pdf

Xiang, M., Dillon, B., Wagers, M., Liu, FQ., & Guo, TM. (2014) Processing Covert Dependencies: An SAT Study on Mandarin Wh-in-situ Questions. Journal of East Asian Linguistics, 23(2), 207-232. pdf

Dillon, B., Chow, WY., Wagers, M., Guo, TM., Liu, FQ., & Phillips, C. (2014). The structure-sensitivity of memory access: Evidence from Mandarin long distance reflexives. Frontiers in Psychology, 5. pdf

Dillon, B. (2014). Syntactic memory in the comprehension of reflexive dependencies: an overview. Language and Linguistics Compass.

Dillon, B., Clifton, C. Jr., & Frazier, L. (2014). Pushed aside: Parentheticals, memory and processing. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 29(4), 483-498.

Dillon, B., Mishler, A., Sloggett, S., & Phillips, C. (2013). Contrasting interference profiles for agreement and anaphora: Experimental and modeling evidence. Journal of Memory and Language, 69(2), 85-103. pdf, supplemental materials.

Dunbar, E., Dillon, B., & Idsardi, W. (2013) A Bayesian evaluation of the cost of abstractness. In Sanz, Laka ,& Tanenhaus (eds), Language down the garden path: The cognitive and biological basis for linguistic structure, pp. 360-383. pdf.

Dillon, B., Dunbar, E., & Idsardi, W. (2013). A single-stage approach to learning phonological categories: Insights from Inuktitut. Cognitive Science, 37, 344-377. pdf.

Dillon, B. & Hornstein, N. (2013). On the structural nature of island constraints. In Sprouse & Hornstein (eds), Experimental Syntax and Island Effects., pp 208-222. pdf.

Dillon, B., Nevins, A., Austin, A., & Phillips, C. (2012). Syntactic and semantic predictors of tense in Hindi: an ERP investigation. Language and Cognitive Processes, 27, 313-344.  pdf, supplemental materials.

Xiang, M., Dillon, B.,  & Phillips, C. (2009). Illusory licensing across dependency types: ERP evidence. Brain and Language, 108, 40-55. pdf

Nevins, A., Dillon, B., Malhotra, S., & Phillips, C. (2007). The role of feature-number and feature-type in processing Hindi verb agreement violations. Brain Research, 1164, 81-94. pdf