• Dery, Jeruen E. & Dagmar Bittner. 2016. Time and causation in discourse: Temporal proximity, implicit causality, and re-mention biases.. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 45.4: 883-899.
  • Jeruen E. Dery & Jean-Pierre Koenig. 2015. A narrative-expectation-based approach to temporal update in discourse comprehension. Discourse Processes. 52.7: 559–584.
  • Bittner, Dagmar & Jeruen E. Dery. 2015. The information structural effects of German P- and D-pronouns in discourse. ZAS Papers in Linguistics 58. 49-71.
  • Dery, Jeruen E. & Hazel Pearson. 2015. On experience-driven semantic judgments: A case study on the Oneiric Reference Constraint. Proceedings of the 6th Conference on Quantitative Investigations in Theoretical Linguistics. 1-5.
  • Robert K. Painter & Jeruen E. Dery. 2014. An acoustic investigation of R-Umlaut in Old Norse. Journal of Germanic Linguistics. 26.2: 56-181.
  • Paul M. Heider, Jeruen E. Dery & Douglas Roland. 2014. The processing of it object relative clauses: Evidence against a fine-grained frequency account. Journal of Memory and Language. 75: 58–76.
  • Rui Chaves & Jeruen E. Dery. 2013. Which subject islands will the acceptability of improve with repeated exposure?. Proceedings of the 31st West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics.. 96-106.
  • Hazel Pearson & Jeruen E. Dery. 2013. Dreaming de re and de se: Experimental evidence for the Oneiric Reference Constraint. Proceedings of the 18th Sinn und Bedeutung Conference. 322-339.
  • Jeruen E. Dery. 2010. When Time Won’t Tell: Discourse Relations and Temporal Interpretation in Tagalog. Philippine Social Sciences Review 62.2. 345-368.
  • Jeruen E. Dery. 2009. Temporal Interpretation and Tenselessness: The Case of Tagalog. Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society. 83-94.
  • Jeruen E. Dery. 2007. Pragmatic Focus and Word Order Variation in Tagalog. Language and Linguistics. 8.1: 373-402.
  • Jeruen E. Dery. 2005. Focus and Constituent Order in Tagalog. Proceedings of the 2005 International Course and Conference on Role and Reference Grammar. 111-137.