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Crespo-Bojorque P, Cauvet E, Pallier C, Toro JM. Recognizing structure in novel tunes: differences between human and rats. Animal Cognition 2024; 27(1).

Toro JM. Insights from Animals to Build Better Artificial Language Learners. Comparative Cognition and Behavior Reviews 2024; 19: 91-95.

Santolin C.; Crespo-Bojorque P.; Sebastian-Galles N.; Toro J.M.. Sensitivity to the sonority sequencing principle in rats (Rattus norvegicus). Scientific Reports 2023; 13.

Bouchon C.; Hochmann J.R.; Toro J.M.. Spanish-learning infants switch from a vowel to a consonant bias during the first year of life. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 2022; 221(0).

Crespo-Bojorque P.; Celma-Miralles A.; Toro J.M.. Detecting surface changes in a familiar tune: exploring pitch, tempo and timbre. Animal Cognition 2022; 25(4): 951-960.

Hochmann J.R.; Toro J.M.. Negative mental representations in infancy. Cognition 2021; 213.

Celma-Miralles A.; Toro J.M.. Non-human animals detect the rhythmic structure of a familiar tune. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review 2020; (27): 694-699.

Celma-Miralles A.; Toro J.M.. Discrimination of Temporal Regularity in Rats (Rattus norvegicus) and Humans (Homo sapiens). Journal of Comparative Psychology 2020; 134(1).

Mueller J.L.; Cate C.t.; Toro J.M.. A Comparative Perspective on the Role of Acoustic Cues in Detecting Language Structure. Topics in Cognitive Science 2020; 1-16.

Monte-Ordoño J.; Toro J.. Differences in relative frequency facilitate learning abstract rules. Psychological Research 2019; 83: 384-394.

Crespo-Bojorque P.; Monte-Ordoño J.; Toro J.M.. Early neural responses underlie advantages for consonance over dissonance. Neuropsychologia 2018; 117: 188-198.