Seth Wiener

Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 
Psycholinguistics, Chinese linguistics, second language acquisition
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Sinagra C, Wiener S. (2022) The perception of intonational and emotional speech prosody produced with and without a face mask: an exploratory individual differences study. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 7: 89
Wiener S, Liu J. (2022) Effects of perceptual abilities and lexical knowledge on the phonetic categorization of second language speech. Jasa Express Letters. 1: 045202
Zhang H, Wiener S, Holt LL. (2022) Adjustment of cue weighting in speech by speakers and listeners: Evidence from amplitude and duration modifications of Mandarin Chinese tone. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 151: 992
Zhu J, Chen X, Chen F, et al. (2021) Individuals With Congenital Amusia Show Degraded Speech Perception but Preserved Statistical Learning for Tone Languages. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 1-17
Wiener S, Lee CY. (2020) Multi-Talker Speech Promotes Greater Knowledge-Based Spoken Mandarin Word Recognition in First and Second Language Listeners. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 214
WIENER S, CHAN MKM, ITO K. (2020) Do Explicit Instruction and High Variability Phonetic Training Improve Nonnative Speakers’ Mandarin Tone Productions? The Modern Language Journal. 104: 152-168
Liu J, Wiener S. (2020) Homophones facilitate lexical development in a second language System. 91: 102249
Chen T, Koda K, Wiener S. (2020) Word-meaning inference in L2 Chinese: an interactive effect of learners’ linguistic knowledge and words’ semantic transparency Reading and Writing. 33: 2639-2660
Wiener S, Tokowicz N. (2019) Language proficiency is only part of the story: Lexical access in heritage and non-heritage bilinguals: Second Language Research. 26765831987766
Wiener S, Lee C, Tao L. (2019) Statistical Regularities Affect the Perception of Second Language Speech: Evidence From Adult Classroom Learners of Mandarin Chinese Language Learning. 69: 527-558
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