My research centers on the exploration and analyses of linguistic phenomena in the production and comprehension of different languages. Currently I am working on the modeling of lexical processing with the approach of discriminative learning. I am also interested in phonetic variation arising from various linguistic and social contexts in speech production and perception. Click here for a pdf of my cv.
Baayen, R. H., Chuang, Y.-Y., Shafaei-Bajestan, E., and Blevins, J. P. (2019).
The discriminative lexicon: A unifed compuational model for the lexicon and
lexical processing in comprehension and production grounded not in
(de)composition but in linear discriminative learning. Complexity, 1-39.
Baayen, R. H., Chuang, Y.-Y., and Blevins, J. P. (2018). Inflectional morphology withlinear mappings. The Mental Lexicon, 13(2): 232-270.
Dufour, S., Chuang, Y.-Y., and Nguyen, N. (2018). The processing of dialectal
variants: Further insight from French. Applied Psycholinguistics.
Chuang, Y.-Y. & Fon, J. (2018). The effect of speaker gender and talker proficiency on the realization of Taiwan Min /dz/ among young speakers. Lingua Sinica,
Chuang, Y.-Y. & Fon, J. (2017). On the dialectal variations of voiced sibilant /dz/ in Taiwan Min young speakers. Lingua Sinica, 3:1.