Brocher, A., & von Heusinger, K. (in press). A Dual-Process Activation Model: processing definiteness and information status. Glossa.
Brocher, A., Harbecke, R., Graf, T., Memmert, D., & Hüttermann, S. (in press). Using task effort and pupil size to track covert shifts of visual attention independently of a pupillary light reflex. Behavior Research Methods.
Hinterwimmer, S., & Brocher, A. (2018). An experimental investigation of the binding options of demonstrative pronouns in German. Glossa.
Brocher, A., Koenig, J. P., Mauner, G., & Foraker, S. (2017). About sharing and commitment: The retrieval of biased and balanced irregular polysemes. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 33, 443–466.
Brocher, A. & Graf, T. (2017). Decision-related factors in pupil old/new effects: Attention, response execution, and false memory. Neuropsychologia, 102, 124–134.
Brocher, A., & Van Valin, R. D. Jr. (2017). About full and underspecified representations of alternations in the lexicon: Evidence from sentence reading. Linguistische Berichte, 251, 1–21.
Brocher, A., & Graf, T. (2017). Response: Commentary: Pupil old/new effects reflect stimulus encoding and decoding in short-term memory. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 539.
Brocher, A., & Graf, T. (2016). Pupil old/new effects reflect stimulus encoding and decoding in short-term memory. Psychophysiology, 53, 1823–1835.
Brocher, A., Foraker, S., & Koenig, J. P. (2016). Processing of irregular polysemes in sentence reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 42, 1798-1813.
Brocher, A., Chiriacescu, S., & Von Heusinger, K. (2016). Effects of information status and uniqueness status on referent management in discourse comprehension and planning. Discourse Processes, 55, 346–370.
Brocher, A., & Koenig, J. P. (2016). Word meaning frequencies affect negative compatibility effects in masked priming. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 12, 50-66.