Franklin Chang

Psychology University of Liverpool, Liverpool, England, United Kingdom 
"Franklin Chang"


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Kathryn L. Bock grad student UIUC
Gary Dell grad student 2002 UIUC
 (Learning to speak: A connectionist approach to sentence production.)
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Chan A, Matthews S, Tse N, et al. (2021) Revisiting Subject-Object Asymmetry in the Production of Cantonese Relative Clauses: Evidence From Elicited Production in 3-Year-Olds. Frontiers in Psychology. 12: 679008
Tatsumi T, Chang F, Pine JM. (2020) Exploring the acquisition of verb inflections in Japanese: A probabilistic analysis of seven adult–child corpora: Language. 14272372092632
Yang W, Chan A, Chang F, et al. (2019) Four-year-old Mandarin-speaking children's online comprehension of relative clauses. Cognition. 196: 104103
Fitz H, Chang F. (2019) Language ERPs reflect learning through prediction error propagation. Cognitive Psychology. 111: 15-52
Abbot-Smith K, Chang F, Rowland C, et al. (2017) Do two and three year old children use an incremental first-NP-as-agent bias to process active transitive and passive sentences?: A permutation analysis. Plos One. 12: e0186129
Janciauskas M, Chang F. (2017) Input and Age-Dependent Variation in Second Language Learning: A Connectionist Account. Cognitive Science
Chan A, Yang W, Chang F, et al. (2017) Four-year-old Cantonese-speaking children's online processing of relative clauses: a permutation analysis. Journal of Child Language. 1-30
Fitz H, Chang F. (2017) Meaningful questions: The acquisition of auxiliary inversion in a connectionist model of sentence production. Cognition. 166: 225-250
Lawson R, Chang F, Wills AJ. (2016) Free classification of large sets of everyday objects is more thematic than taxonomic. Acta Psychologica. 172: 26-40
Twomey KE, Chang F, Ambridge B. (2016) Lexical distributional cues, but not situational cues, are readily used to learn abstract locative verb-structure associations. Cognition. 153: 124-139
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