Recent Publications

Chen, Xiaocong, Caicai Zhang, Yiya Chen, Stephen Politzer-Ahles, Yuyu Zeng, and Jie Zhang (2022). Encoding category-level and context-specific phonological information at different stages: An EEG study of Mandarin third-tone sandhi word productionNeuropsychologia 175: 108367.

Cheng, R., Jongman, A., and Sereno, J.A. (2022). Production and perception of a merger: [l] and [n] in Fuzhou Min. Language and Speech, 66(3), 1-31.

Fishero, S., Jongman, A., and Sereno, J.A. (2023). Perception and production of Mandarin-accented English: The effect of degree of accentedness on the Interlanguage Speech Intelligibility Benefit for Listeners (ISIB-L) and Talkers (ISIB-T). Journal of Phonetics, 99, 1-18.

Garg, S., Ruan, H., Hamarneh, G., Behne, D., Jongman, A., Sereno, J.A., and Wang, Y. (2023). Mouth2audio: Intelligible audio synthesis from videos with distinctive vowel articulation. International Journal of Speech Technology, 26,459–474. 

Garg, S., Sachdeva , S., Ruan, H., Hamarneh, G., Behne, D., Jongman, A., Sereno, J.A., and Wang, Y. (2023). Different facial cues for different speech styles in Mandarin tone articulation. Frontiers in Communication, 1-19. 

Gong, Shuxiao and Jie Zhang (2021). Modelling Mandarin speakers’ phonotactic knowledgePhonology 38.2: 241-275.

Kim, H., and Jongman, A. (2022). The influence of inter-dialect contact on the Korean three-way laryngeal distinction: An acoustic comparison among Seoul Korean speakers and Gyeongsang speakers with limited and extended residence in Seoul. Language and Speech, 65, 531-553.

Redmon, C., and Jongman, A. (in press). From interfaces to system embedding: Phonetic contrasts in the lexicon. In M. Schlechtweg (Ed.), Interfaces in Phonetics. De Gruyter.

Robertson, M., and Jongman, A. (in press). Transfer and proficiency effects on L2 French perception of nasal vowels: A gating study. In M. Schlechtweg (Ed.), Interfaces in Phonetics. De Gruyter.

Sachdeva, S., Ruan, H., Hamarneh, G., Behne, D., Jongman, A., Sereno, J.A., and Wang, Y. (2023). Plain-to-clear speech video conversion for enhanced intelligibility. International Journal of Speech Technology, 26(1), 163-184.  

Tupper, P., Leung, K., Wang, Y., Jongman, A., and Sereno, J.A. (2022). The contrast between clear and plain speaking style for Mandarin tones. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 150, 4464-4473.

Udayana, IN., Aryawibawa, IN., Sedeng, IN., Sereno, J.A. (2023). Tonal properties in a non-tonal language: The case of Indonesian, HELIYON, doi:

Yan, Hanbo, Yu-Fu Chien, and Jie Zhang (2021). The representation of variable tone sandhi patterns in Shanghai Wu.Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology 12(1), 15: 1-24.

Zeng, Y., Leung, K.K.W., Jongman, A., Sereno, J.A., and Wang, Y. (2023). Multi-modal cross-linguistic perception of Mandarin tones in clear speech. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 17, 1-13.

Zeng, Yuyu, Robert Fiorentino, and Jie Zhang (2021). Electrophysiological signatures of perceiving alternated tone in Mandarin Chinese: Mismatch Negativity to underlying tone conflictFrontiers in Psychology 12: 735593.

Zhang, Jie (2022). Tonal processes defined as tone sandhi. In Chu-Ren Huang, Yen-Hwei Lin, and I-Hsuan Chen (eds.), The Cambridge handbook of Chinese linguistics, pp.291-312. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Zhang, Jie, Caicai Zhang, Stephen Politzer-Ahles, Ziyi Pan, Xunan Huang, Chang Wang, Gang Peng, and Yuyu Zeng (2022). The neural encoding of productive phonological alternation in speech production: Evidence from Mandarin Tone 3 sandhiJournal of Neurolinguistics 62: 101060.

Zhang, Jie (2021). 从连读变调的能产性与听觉启动效应看变调词的底层表征. (Underlying representations of tone sandhi words — evidence from productivity and auditory priming) (pdf).《当代语言学》(Contemporary Linguistics) 23.3: 324-341.