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In press or under preparation

  • Peng, Gang and W.S-Y. Wang. Parallel tone score association method for tone language speech recognition. IEEE Transactions on Speech and Audio Processing.
  • Wang, Feng and W.S-Y. Wang. Language contact and tone evolution in Bai.
  • 鄧曉華 & 王士元. 壯侗語族語言的數理分類及其與漢語、南島語的關係的研究.45-75.
  • Minett, James W. & William S-Y. Wang. An analysis of the lexical skewing method for detecting language contact.
  • Wang, W.S Y. 2008. Preface to Experimental Phonology. Experimental Phonology, ed. by S. Feng.
  • Wong, Francis C. K. & William S-Y. Wang. 2008. Finding early brain signature to semantic processing — An ERP study on Chinese reading for comprehension. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.
  • Peng, Gang, James W. Minett & William S-Y. Wang. Under Review. Meaning and symmetry: liminal perception of Chinese characters. Brain and Language.
  • Zheng, H.Y., F. Wong & W. S-Y. Wang. under review. Language influences the perception of lexical tones in different ways under the preattentive and postperceptual stages. Brain and Language.
  • Wong, F. & W.S.Y. Wang. Under Review. Finding early brain signature to contextual influences during sentence comprehension: An ERP study on Chinese reading. Psychophysiology.
  • Zheng, Hong-Ying, James W. Minett, Gang Peng & William S-Y. Wang. The Impact of Tone Systems on the Categorical Perception of Lexical Tones: A Cross-linguistic Study. Brain and Language.
  • Wang 王士元 , W. S.-Y. 2010. A Billion Voices: Languages and Peoples of China. Singapore: World Scientific.
  • Shuai, L., Joyce P-K. Ho, Tao Gong and William S-Y. Wang. Exploring the existence of the contour feature of lexical tones.
  • Peng, Gang, Guangting Mai & William S-Y. Wang. 2010. How does brain process speech rhythm?
  • Wang, William S-Y. The peoples and languages of China: Evolutionary background. Oxford Handbook of Chinese Linguistics, ed. by C. F. Sun & W.S.-Y. Wang: Oxford University Press.
  • Ogura, Mieko, Takumi Inakazu & William S-Y. Wang. Evolution of tense and aspect.
  • Wang, William S-Y. 2014. Models - simple but not simpler. Comment on "Modelling language evolution: Examples and predictions" by Tao Gong et al. Physics of Life Reviews.
  • Zhou, Lin, Manson C-M. Fong, James W. Minett, Gang Peng & William S-Y. Wang. 2014. Pre-lexical phonological processing in reading Chinese characters: An ERP study. Journal of Neurolinguistics.


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