Caicai Zhang
Caicai Zhang
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Left hemisphere lateralization for lexical and acoustic pitch processing in Cantonese speakers as revealed by mismatch negativity
F Gu, C Zhang, A Hu, G Zhao
Neuroimage 83, 637-645, 2013
402013
The effect of intertalker variations on acoustic–perceptual mapping in cantonese and mandarin tone systems
G Peng, C Zhang, HY Zheng, JW Minett, WSY Wang
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 2012
372012
Unequal effects of speech and nonspeech contexts on the perceptual normalization of Cantonese level tones
C Zhang, G Peng, WSY Wang
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 132 (2), 1088-1099, 2012
332012
Achieving constancy in spoken word identification: Time course of talker normalization
C Zhang, G Peng, WSY Wang
Brain and language 126 (2), 193-202, 2013
232013
Functionally integrated neural processing of linguistic and talker information: An event-related fMRI and ERP study
C Zhang, KR Pugh, WE Mencl, PJ Molfese, SJ Frost, JS Magnuson, ...
NeuroImage 124, 536-549, 2016
222016
Toward an integrative model of talker normalization.
C Zhang, S Chen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (8…, 2016
192016
Mandarin third tone sandhi requires more effortful phonological encoding in speech production: Evidence from an ERP study
C Zhang, Q Xia, G Peng
Journal of Neurolinguistics 33, 149-162, 2015
192015
Deficits of congenital amusia beyond pitch: Evidence from impaired categorical perception of vowels in Cantonese-speaking congenital amusics
C Zhang, J Shao, X Huang
PloS one 12 (8), 2017
172017
Neural bases of congenital amusia in tonal language speakers
C Zhang, G Peng, J Shao, WSY Wang
Neuropsychologia 97, 18-28, 2017
142017
Productivity of Mandarin third tone sandhi: a wug test
C Zhang, G Peng
Eastward flows the great river: Festschrift in honor of Prof. William SY…, 2013
132013
Lexical tone is perceived relative to locally surrounding context, vowel quality to preceding context.
MJ Sjerps, C Zhang, G Peng
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 44 (6), 914, 2018
122018
Effect of Noise on Lexical Tone Perception in Cantonese-Speaking Amusics.
J Shao, C Zhang, G Peng, Y Yang, WSY Wang
Interspeech, 272-276, 2016
112016
The influence of tone inventory on ERP without focal attention: a cross-language study
HY Zheng, G Peng, JY Chen, C Zhang, JW Minett, WSY Wang
Computational and mathematical methods in medicine 2014, 2014
102014
Review of the summer institute in cognitive sciences 2010: The origins of language
T Gong, R Yang, C Zhang, U Ansaldo
Biolinguistics 4 (4), 385-402, 2010
102010
Is congenital amusia a disconnection syndrome? A study combining tract-and network-based analysis
J Wang, C Zhang, S Wan, G Peng
Frontiers in human neuroscience 11, 473, 2017
72017
Statistical modelling of phonetic and phonologised perturbation effects in tonal and non-tonal languages
S Chen, C Zhang, AG McCollum, R Wayland
Speech Communication 88, 17-38, 2017
72017
Effects of F0 dimensions in perception of Mandarin tones
B Li, C Zhang
2010 7th International Symposium on Chinese Spoken Language Processing, 322-325, 2010
62010
Normal pre-attentive and impaired attentive processing of lexical tones in Cantonese-speaking congenital amusics
C Zhang, J Shao
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-14, 2018
52018
Online adjustment of phonetic expectation of lexical tones to accommodate speaker variation: a combined behavioural and ERP study
C Zhang
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 33 (2), 175-195, 2018
52018
Why would aspiration lower the pitch of the following vowel? Observations from Leng-shui-jiang Chinese
C Zhang
Tenth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, 2009
52009
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