Publications

2016

  • Wu J., Chen Y., , V.J. van Heuven, & Schiller N.O. (2016), Interlingual two-to-one mapping of tonal categories, Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.
  • Wu J., Chen Y., V.J. van Heuven, & Schiller N.O. (2016), Predicting tonal realizations in one Chinese dialect from another, Speech Communication 76: 1-27.
  • Ganushchak L. & Chen Y. (2016), Incrementality in Planning of Speech During Speaking and Reading Aloud: Evidence from Eye-Tracking, Frontiers in psychology 7(January): 33.
  • Liu M., Chen Y., & Schiller N.O. (2016), Online processing of tone and intonation in Mandarin: Evidence from ERPs, Neuropsychologia 91: 307-317.
  • Liu M., Chen Y., & Schiller N.O. (2016), Context effects on tone and intonation processing in Mandarin. In: Proc. Speech Prosody 2016.. 1056-1060.
  • Bi Y., Lesya Y. Ganushchak, Agnieszka E. Konopka, Guiqin Ren, Xue Sui & Chen Y. (2016), Prosodic encoding of information structure in Mandarin Chinese: Evidence from picture description task.

2015

  • Li Q. & Chen Y. (2015), An acoustic study of contextual tonal variation in Tianjin Mandarin, Journal of Phonetics 54: 123-150.
  • Chirkova K., Wang D., Antolík T.K. & Chen Y. (2015), Ersu, Journal of the International Phonetic Association 45: 187-211.
  • Chen Y. & Gussenhoven C. (2015), Shanghai Chinese, Journal of the International Phonetic Association 45: 321-337.
  • Nixon J.S., Chen Y. & Schiller N.O. (2015), Multi-level processing of phonetic variants in speech production and visual word processing: evidence from Mandarin lexical tones., Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 30: 491-505.
  • Li X. & Chen Y. (2015), Representation and Processing of Lexical Tone and Tonal Variants: Evidence from the Mismatch Negativity, PLOS ONE 10(12): e0143097.
  • Wu J., Chen Y., V.J. van Heuven, Schiller & NO (2015), Predicting tonal realizations in one Chinese dialect from another, Speech Communication 76: 1-27. 

2014

  • Nixon J., Chen Y. & Schiller N.O. (2014), Speech variants are processed as abstract categories and context-specific instantiations: evidence from Mandarin lexical tone production, Language, Cognition and Neuroscience.
  • Wu J., Chen Y., Heuven V.J.J.P. van & Schiller N.O. (2014), Tonal Variability in Lexical Access, Language, Cognition and Neuroscience.
  • Yuan J.H. & Chen Y. (2014), 3rd tone sandhi in Standard Chinese: A corpus approach, Journal of Chinese Linguistics 42(1): 218-237.
  • Chen Y., Lee P. & Pan H. (2014), Focus and topic marking in Chinese. In: Féry C., Ishihara S. (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of Information Structure. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Scholz F. & Chen Y. (2014), The independent effects of prosodic structure and information status on tonal coarticulation: Evidence from Wenzhou Chinese. In: J. Caspers, Y. Chen, W. Heeren, J. Pacilly, N. O. Schiller, & E. van Zanten (Eds.) Above and beyond the segments: Experimental linguistics and phonetics.
  • Ganushchak L.Y., Konopka A.E. & Chen Y. (2014), What the eyes say about planning of focused referents during sentence formulation: A cross-linguistic investigation, Frontiers in Psychology 5: e1124.=
  • Caspers J., Chen Y., Heeren W.F.L., Pacilly J.J.A., Schiller N.O. & Zanten E.A van (Eds.) (2014), Above and beyond the segments. Experimental linguistics and phonetics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
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 2013

  • Chirkova K. & Chen Y. (2013), Upper Xumi, the variety of the upper reaches of the Shuiluo river, Journal of the International Phonetic Association 43: 381-396.
  • Chirkova K. & Chen Y. (2013), Lower Xumi, the variety of the lower and middle reaches of the Shuiluo river, Journal of the International Phonetic Association 43: 363-379.
  • Chirkova K. & Chen Y. (2013), Lizu, Journal of the International Phonetic Association 43(1): 75-87.
  • Gussenhoven C., Chen Y., Frota S. & Prieto P. (2013), Intonation. In: Aronoff M. (Ed.) Oxford Bibliographies in Linguistics. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Chen Y. (2013), Neutral tone. In: Sybesma R., Behr W., Gu Y., Handel Z., Huang J. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics. Leiden: Brill.
  • Chirkova K & Chen Y. (2013), Beijing Mandarin. In: Sybesma R., Behr W., Gu Y., Handel Z., Huang J. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics. Leiden: Brill.
  • Chen Y. (2012), Message-related variation. In: Cohn A., Fourgeron C., Huffman M. (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of Laboratory Phonology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2011

  • Chen Y. (2011), What does phonology tell us about the phonetics of segment-f0 interaction?, Journal of Phonetics 39: 612-625.
  • Li X., Chen Y. & Yang Y. (2011), Immediate integration of different types of prosodic information during on-line spoken language comprehension: An ERP Study, Brain Research 1386: 139-152.
  • Holger M., Chen Y. & Zhou X. (2011), Phonological abstraction in processing lexical tone variation: Evidence from a learning paradigm, Cognitive Science 35: 184-197.
  • Chen Y. & Downing L. (2011), All depressors are not alike: Evidence from Shanghai Chinese and Bantu Zulu. In: Frota S., Gorka E., Prieto P. (Eds.) Prosodic Categories: Production, Perception and Comprehension Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. Dordrecht: Springer.

2010

  • Chen Y. (2010), Post-focus suppression: Now you see it, now you don’t, Journal of Phonetics 38: 517-525.

2009

  • Jia Y., Li A. & Chen Y. (2009), Phonetic properties of shi- and lian- marked constituents in Chinese, Journal of Tsinghua University (Science and Technology) 49(1): 1294-1302.
  • Chen Y. (2009), Prosody and information structure mapping: Evidence from Shanghai Chinese, Chinese Journal of Phonetics 2: 123-133.

2008

  • Jia Y., Li A. & Chen Y. (2008), Pitch and durational patterns of five-syllable constituents in Standard Chinese, Applied Linguistics(4): 53-61.
  • Chen Y. & Gussenhoven C. (2008), Emphasis and tonal implementation in Standard Chinese, Journal of Phonetics 36(4): 724-746.
  • Chen Y. (2008), The acoustic realization of Shanghai vowels, Journal of Phonetics 36(4): 629-748.

2007

  • Bard E., Anderson A., Chen Y., Nicholson H., Havard C. & Dalziel-Job S. (2007), Let’s you do that: Sharing the cognitive burdens of dialogue, Journal of Memory and Language 57(4): 616-641.

2006

  • Chen Y. (2006), Durational adjustment under corrective focus in Standard Chinese, Journal of Phonetics 34: 176-201.
  • Chen Y. & Xu Y. (2006), Production of weak elements in speech: Evidence from neutral tone in Standard Chinese, Phonetica 63: 47-75.

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