家长您好, 诚意邀请您和您的宝宝参加研究,帮助我们了解孩子学习语言的过程!

 

目前我们的研究对象是6-24个月的宝宝。

  • 我们的研究室位于南加大洛杉矶市中心校园。
  • 研究过程只需10-15分钟。
  • 我们会和宝宝玩游戏,让宝宝坐在您的怀中听声音和看影像。
  • 我们会提供全天免费停车证。您可以借此机会和宝宝参观校园旁边的自然历史博物馆。
  • 研究时间是周一至周六,早上11点至下午3点。
  • 研究完成后,我们会送T-shirt或玩具给宝宝。
  • 您有机会得到现金报酬(最高$50美元)。
  • 我们会定期给家长发送新闻简报,跟您分享我们的研究成果。

 

电话  (213)740-2936

 

邮件地址 langdev@usc.edu

 

我们的研究人员精通国语和粤语。

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I am a post-doctoral fellow at the Department of Psychology and Program in Hearing and Communication Neuroscience at the University of Southern California.  My research interests include phonological development and processing in bilingual infants, children and adults. Particularly, I am interested in the learning and processing of tones and stress. Currently, I am working on a longitudinal project that compare monolingual Mandarin, monolingual English, and Mandarin-English bilingual infant’s development of sensitivity to lexical tones from 6 to 20 months.

About Me

  1. 2013 PhD., Human Development.  University of Maryland, College Park.  Specialization: Educational Psychology.  Advisor: Dr. Min Wang
  2. 2008 B.A., Psychology and East Asian Language and Culture with honors.   University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

Education

  1. 2013 – present Post-doctoral Fellow, Program in Hearing and Communication Neuroscience, University of Southern California, Advisor: Dr. Toben Mintz

Employment

  1. 2012 – 2014 National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant – Linguistics Program ($13482) (BCS-1251589)
  2. 2010 – 2012 NSF IGERT fellowship (DGE-0801465) ($60,000)
  3. Summer 2009 Selection to the East Asia Pacific Summer Institute sponsored by the National Science Foundation (OISE-0913126) ($5000)
  4. 2008-2010 University of Maryland Block Grant Fellowship
  5. 2008 Undergraduate Research Fellowship, University of Southern California ($1000)
  6. 2007 Undergraduate Research Fellowship, University of Southern California ($1000)
  7. 2007 Summer Program for Undergraduate Research, University of California, Los Angeles ($2500)
  8. 2006 Ronald E. McNair Summer Research Institute, University of Southern California ($2000)

Grants & Fellowships

  1. 2012 Best Student Paper Award, Speech Prosody, 6th International Conference, Shanghai, China
  2. 2012 First Prize, Poster Session in the Human Behavior and the Cognitive Mind Category ($500), University of Maryland Graduate Research Interactive Day, College Park, MD
  3. 2012 Goldhaber Travel Award ($600), University of Maryland, The Graduate School College Park, MD
  4. 2012 International Conference Student Support Award ($500) University of Maryland, The Graduate School, College Park, MD
  5. 2011 Graduate Student Scholarship ($1000) University of Maryland, College of Education, College Park, MD
  6. 2011 Finalist for Poster Prize The 8th International Symposium on Bilingualism, Oslo, Norway
  7. 2011 Second Prize, Oral Presentation in The Human Behavior and the Cognitive Mind Category ($400), University of Maryland Graduate Research Interactive Day, College Park, MD
  8. 2011 International Conference Student Support Award ($500), University of Maryland, The Graduate School, College Park, MD
  9. 2011 International Travel Award ($800,) University of Maryland, College of Education, College Park, MD
  10. 2010 International Travel Award ($500), University of Maryland, College of Education, College Park, MD
  11. 2009 Graduate Student Scholarship ($1000), University of Maryland, College of Education, College Park, MD
  12. 2009 International Travel Award ($500), University of Maryland, College of Education, College Park, MD
  13. 2008 First Prize, Undergraduate Research Symposium Social Sciences, Category II ($1000), University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

Honors & Awards

PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS

 

  1. Lin, C. Y., Wang, M., Idsardi, W., & Xu, Y. (in press). Stress Sensitivity in Mandarin-English and Korean-English Bilinguals. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.
  2. Li, C., Lin, C. Y., Wang, M., & Jiang, N. (in press). The activation of segmental and tonal information invisual word recognition. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. doi:10.3758/s13423-013-0395-2
  3. Anderson, A., Lin, C. Y., & Wang, M. (2013) Sensitivity to native and novel language prosody in English-speaking children with and without dyslexia. Dyslexia, 19, 92-112.
  4. Lin, C. Y., Wang, M., & Shu, H. (in press). Development of tone sensitivity in young Chinese children. Journal of Child Language. doi:10.1017/S0305000912000281
  5. Wang, M., Lin, C. Y., & Gao, W. (2010). Bilingual compound processing: The effects of constituent frequency and transparency. Writing Systems Research, 2, 117-137.
  6. Chen., C. Y. (2007). The critical period hypothesis: Differential influences on aspects of second language acquisition. Citation, the USC McNair Scholars Research Journal, 3, 45-65.

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

 

  1. Wang, M., Lin, C.Y., & Yang C. (in press). Contribution of phonology, orthography, and morphology in Chinese-English biliteracy acquisition: A one-year longitudinal study. In X. Chen, Q. Wang, & Y. C. Luo (Eds.), Reading Development in Monolingual and Bilingual Chinese Children. New York: Springer.
  2. Lin, C. Y. & Wang, M. (2012). Cross-language transfer in bilingual and biliteracy development. In B. J. Irby, B. Brown, & R. Lara-Alecio (Eds.), The Handbook of Educational Theories (pp. 367-381). North Carolina: Information Age Publishing Inc.

Publications

家长您好, 诚意邀请您和您的宝宝参加研究,帮助我们了解孩子学习语言的过程!

 

目前我们的研究对象是6-24个月的宝宝。

  • 我们的研究室位于南加大洛杉矶市中心校园。
  • 研究过程只需10-15分钟。
  • 我们会和宝宝玩游戏,让宝宝坐在您的怀中听声音和看影像。
  • 我们会提供全天免费停车证。您可以借此机会和宝宝参观校园旁边的自然历史博物馆。
  • 研究时间是周一至周六,早上11点至下午3点。
  • 研究完成后,我们会送T-shirt或玩具给宝宝。
  • 您有机会得到现金报酬(最高$50美元)。
  • 我们会定期给家长发送新闻简报,跟您分享我们的研究成果。

 

电话  (213)740-2936

 

邮件地址 langdev@usc.edu

 

我们的研究人员精通国语和粤语。

USC 研究项目