Charles B. Chang, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2015- Department of Linguistics Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
Area:
phonetics, phonology, psycholinguistics, second language acquisition, bilingualism
Website:
https://cbchang.com
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Bio:

Interested in the effects of linguistic experience on speech production and perception. Research is concerned with the cognitive organization of multiple phonological systems, especially the cross-language interactions that occur during second-language learning and first-language attrition.

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Parents

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Javier Martin-Gonzalez research assistant 1999-2003 Harvard
 (A.M. committee member)
Bert Vaux research assistant 1999-2003 Harvard
 (undergraduate advisor)
Jie Zhang research assistant 2001-2003 Harvard
 (A.M. committee member)
Susanne Gahl grad student 2000-2010 UC Berkeley
 (Ph.D. committee member, undergraduate instructor at Harvard)
Sharon Inkelas grad student 2005-2010 UC Berkeley
 (Ph.D. committee member)
Keith Johnson grad student 2005-2010 UC Berkeley
 (First Language Phonetic Drift During Second Language Acquisition.)
Carla L. Hudson Kam grad student 2008-2010 UC Berkeley
 (Ph.D. committee member)

Children

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Jaime Lambert research assistant 2008-2009 UC Berkeley
Isabelle Morse research assistant 2008-2009 UC Berkeley
Rachel Olvera research assistant 2008-2009 UC Berkeley
Bryant Wang research assistant 2008-2009 UC Berkeley
Kevin Sitek research assistant 2009-2010 UC Berkeley
Ryan P. Corbett research assistant 2011-2012 University of Maryland
Sheri-Ann Peckham research assistant 2013-2014 Rice University

Collaborators

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Marta Piqueras-Brunet collaborator 2006-2008 UC Berkeley
Erin F. Haynes collaborator 2004-2010 UC Berkeley
Yao Yao collaborator 2004-2010 UC Berkeley
Shira E. Katseff collaborator 2005-2010 UC Berkeley
Russell Lee-Goldman collaborator 2005-2010 UC Berkeley
Russell M. Rhodes collaborator 2006-2010 UC Berkeley
Ewa M. Golonka collaborator 2011-2014 University of Maryland (EduTree)
Medha P. Tare collaborator 2011-2014 University of Maryland (Neurotree)
Karen L. Vatz collaborator 2011-2014 University of Vermont
Daniel Wall collaborator 2011-2014 Rutgers, New Brunswick
Anita R. Bowles collaborator 2011-2016 Rosetta Stone (Neurotree)
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Tang K, Chang CB, Green S, et al. (2022) Intoxication and pitch control in tonal and non-tonal language speakers. Jasa Express Letters. 2: 065202
Fang M, Chang CB. (2020) Acoustic measures of glottalization in native and nonnative English connected speech The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 148: 2658-2658
Chan IL, Chang CB. (2019) Perception of nonnative tonal contrasts by Mandarin-English and English-Mandarin sequential bilinguals. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 146: 956
Chang CB. (2019) Language change and linguistic inquiry in a world of multicompetence: Sustained phonetic drift and its implications for behavioral linguistic research Journal of Phonetics. 74: 96–113
Chang CB. (2018) Perceptual attention as the locus of transfer to nonnative speech perception Journal of Phonetics. 68: 85–102
Chang CB, Jeon H. (2017) Effects of age, sex, context, and lexicality on hyperarticulation of Korean fricatives Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 141: 3983-3983
Ahn S, Chang CB, DeKeyser R, et al. (2017) Age effects in first language attrition: Speech perception by Korean-English bilinguals Language Learning. 67: 694–733
Chang C, Yao Y. (2016) Toward an Understanding of Heritage Prosody Heritage Language Journal. 13: 134-160
Yao Y, Chang CB. (2016) On the cognitive basis of contact-induced sound change: Vowel merger reversal in Shanghainese Language. 92: 433–467
Yao Y, Chang CB. (2016) On the cognitive basis of contact-induced sound change: Vowel merger reversal in Shanghainese: Online Appendices Language. 92: s1-s9
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