I. REFERRED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Perlman, Marcus, Jing Paul & Gary Lupyan (forthcoming). Vocal communication of magnitude across language, age, and auditory experience. Journal of Experimental Psychology.
Paul, Jing & Eric Friginal (2019). The effects of symmetric and asymmetric social networks on second language communication. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 32(5-6), 587-618.
Paul, Jing & Theres Grüter (2016). Blocking effects in the learning of Chinese classifiers. Language Learning, 66(4), 972-999. https://doi.org/10.1111/lang.12197 (awarded an Open Materials badge).
Zhang, Jing (2010). Xiǎoxíng jiàoxué rènwu zài zhōngwén jiàoxué zhōng de shǐyòng [Incorporating small course projects into Chinese courses]. Fúdàn Dàxué Lùncóng [Fudan University Journal of Chinese Studies],7, 75-81. Shanghai: Fudan University Press. [written in Chinese]
Zhang, Jing (2001). Cóng “bǎ” zì jù hé “jiāng” zì jù de yǔyòng fēnbù kàn yǔtǐ lèixíng [Taxonomies of the genre on the basis of textual distributions of the BA and JIANG constructions]. Gāoděng Hánshòu Xuébào [Journal of Higher Correspondence Education, Philosophy and Social Sciences Edition], 14 (1), 24-25. [written in Chinese]
II. BOOK CHAPTERS & PROCEEDINGS PAPERS
Li, Hong & Jing Paul (2020). A usage-based approach to L2 grammar instruction delivered through the PACE model. In C. Shei, M. Zikpi, & D. Chao (Eds.) The Routledge handbook of Chinese language teaching (pp. 255-271). London & New York: Routledge.
Lupyan, Gary, Ashley Wendorf, Luis Miguel Berscia & Jing Paul (2018). Core Knowledge or language-augmented cognition? The case of geometric reasoning. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on the Evolution of Language (Evolang12) (pp. 252-254). https://doi.org/10.12775/3991-1.062 [pdf]
Paul, Jing, Hong Li & Abigail Holst (2018). Cultivating individualized lifelong learning in a complex system: A case study of a STARTALK Chinese summer camp participant. In X. Xiao-Desai, & K. Wang (Eds.), Explorations in teaching Chinese as a second language: Studies in honor of Professor Tao-chung "Ted" Yao (pp. 227-234). Boston, MA: Cheng & Tsui Company.
Perlman, Marcus, Jing Paul & Gary Lupyan (2015). Congenitally deaf children generate iconic vocalizations to communicate magnitude. In D. C. Noelle, R. Dale, A. S. Warlaumont, J. Yoshimi, T. Matlock, C. D. Jennings, & P. P. Maglio (Eds.), Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society, 1853-1858. [pdf]
Paul, Jing (2014). Expressing caused motion events in L2 Chinese: The case of learning a language that is typologically similar to the learners’ L1. In N. Jiang (Ed.), Advances in Chinese as a second language: Acquisition and processing (pp. 271-298). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Paul, Jing & Dongping Zheng (2014). Rethinking the current approaches in Chinese language teaching. In W. He (Ed.), The challenges and opportunities for teachers of Chinese as a foreign language: Proceeding of the 12th international conference on Chinese language pedagogy (pp. 173-182). Harbin: Heilongjiang People’s Publishing House.
Paul, Jing (2013). How to give a hand?: Using deictic gestures in teaching Chinese topic comment sentences. In S. Cao, & Z. Yu (Eds.), Proceedings of the 11th international conference on Chinese language pedagogy (pp. 772-779). Chengdu: Bashu Publishing.
Li, Yu & Jing Zhang (2010). Shìpín huìyì hànyǔ jiàoxué de yìngyòng yǔ sīkǎo (Videoconferencing in teaching Chinese as a foreign language: Applications and reflections). In P. Zhang, J., Song, & J., Xu (Eds.), Shùzì huà duìwài hànyǔ jiàoxué shíjiàn yǔ fǎnsī [Digitized teaching of Chinese as a foreign language: Practice and reflection] (pp. 151-157). Beijing: Tsinghua University Press. [written in Chinese]
Zhang, Jing (2008). Multiple technical supports in long-distance Courses. Collected essays of the fifth international conference and workshops on technology and Chinese language teaching in the 21st century (pp. 338-341). Hamilton College and the University of Macau.
Li, Hong & Jing Paul (2015), Fun with Chinese grammar: 35 humorous dialogues and comics (illustrated by Eric Reinders).
Nanjing, China: Nanjing University Press. (Reviewed by Cynthia Y. Ning in Chinese as a Second Language, 52(1), 106-112. doi:10.1075/csl.52.1.07nin)
Li, Hong, Wanli Ho & Jing Paul (2012). Access China: A classroom video course for Chinese learning (Intermediate Level), Volumes I, II, III, IV, V & VI (a series of six books). Nanchang, China: The 21st Century Publishing House.
IV. OTHER PUBLICATION
Paul, Jing, & Yan Yu (2014). Breaking the silence in the classroom and experiencing the language in real communication. Hawai’i TESOL Newsletter The Word, 24 (1), 7.