The Handbook of East Asian Psycholinguistics, Volume 1: Chinese
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BeschreibungThis handbook presents a discussion of the psycholinguistic study of Chinese.
InhaltsverzeichnisPart I. Language Acquisition: 1. Actions and results in the acquisition of Cantonese verbs Sik Lee Cheung and Eve V. Clark; 2. Chinese children's knowledge of binding principles Yu-Chin Chien and Barbara Lust; 3. Chinese classifiers: their use and acquisition Mary Erbaugh; 4. Child language acquisition of temporality in Mandarin Chinese Chiung-chih Huang; 5. Second language acquisition by native Chinese speakers Gisela Jia; 6. Making explicit children's implicit epilanguage in learning to read Chinese Che Kan Leong; 7. Emergent literacy skills in Chinese Catherine McBride-Chang and Yiping Zhong; 8. Basic syntactic categories in early language development Rushen Shi; 9. Growth of orthography-phonology knowledge in the Chinese writing system Hua Shu and Ningning Wu; 10. Interaction of biological and environmental factors in phonological learning Stephanie Stokes; 11. The importance of verbs in Chinese Twila Tardif; 12. Grammar acquisition via parameter setting Charles Yang; 13. Early bilingual acquisition in the Chinese context Virginia Yip; Part II. Language Processing: 14. Word form encoding in Chinese speech production Jenn-Yeu Chen and Gary S. Dell; 15. Effects of semantic radical consistency and combinability on the Chinese character processing May Jane Chen, Brendan S. Weekes, Danling Peng and Qin Lei; 16. Eye movement in Chinese reading: basic processes and cross-linguistic differences Gary Feng; 17. The Chinese character in psycholinguistic research: form, structure and the reader Douglas Honorof and Laurie Feldman; 18. Perception and production of Chinese tones Allard Jongman, Yue Wang, Corinne B. Moore and Joan A. Sereno; 19. Phonological mediation in visual word recognition in English and Chinese In-mao Liu, Jei-tun Wu, Iue-ruey Sue and Sau-chin Chen; 20. Reading Chinese characters: orthography, phonology, meaning and the textual constituency model Charles A. Perfetti and Ying Liu; 21. Processing of characters by native Chinese readers Marcus Taft; 22. L2 acquisition and the processing of Mandarin tones Yue Wang, Joan A. Sereno and Allard Jongman; 23. The comprehension of coreference in Chinese discourse Chin Lung Yang, Peter C. Gordon and Randall Hendrick; 24. Lexical ambiguity resolution in Chinese sentence processing Yaxu Zhang, Ningning Wu and Michael Yip; Part III. Language and the Brain: 25. The relationship between language and cognition Terry Kit-fong Au; 26. Language processing in bilinguals as revealed by functional imaging: a contemporary synthesis Michael W. L. Chee; 27. Specific language impairment in Chinese Paul Fletcher, Stephanie Stokes and Anita M.-Y. Wong; 28. Brain mapping of Chinese speech prosody Jackson T. Gandour; 29. Modelling language acquisition and representation in connectionist networks Ping Li; 30. The manifestation of aphasia syndromes in Chinese Jerome L. Packard; 31. Naming of Chinese phonograms: from cognitive science to cognitive neuroscience Dan-ling Peng and Hua Jiang; 32. How the brain reads the Chinese language: recent neuroimaging findings Li Hai Tan and Wai Ting Siok; Epilogue: a tribute to Elizabeth Bates.
PortraitPing Li is Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Richmond. Li Hai Tan is Assistant Professor of Linguistics at the University of Hong Kong. Elizabeth Bates (1947-2003) was Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Science at the University of California, San Diego. Ovid J. L. Tzeng is Vice President of Academica Sinica, Taipei.
Pressestimmen'It is particularly of great use to those who wish to get acquainted with the range of psycholinguistic research concerned with these languages and/or to examine how (language-)specific phenomena are discussed from the psycholinguistic point of view.' Language
Untertitel: 'Handbook of East Asian Psychol'. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2011
Seitenanzahl: 455 Seiten