Publications

I. REFERRED JOURNAL ARTICLES

Ćwiek, Aleksandra, Susanne Fuchs, Christoph Draxler, Eva Liina Asu, Dan Dediu, Katri Hiovain, Shigeto Kawahara, Sofia Koutalidis, Manfred Krifka, Pärtel Lippus, Gary Lupyan, Grace E. Oh, Jing Paul, Caterina Petrone, Rachid Ridouane, Sabine Reiter, Nathalie Schümchen, Ádám Szalontai, Özlem Ünal-Logacev, Jochen Zeller, Marcus Perlman, & Bodo Winter (forthcoming). Crossmodal correspondence between voice and shape is robust across cultures and writing systems. Philosophical Transactions B.

Perlman, Marcus, Jing Paul & Gary Lupyan (in press). Vocal communication of magnitude across language, age, and auditory experience. Journal of Experimental Psychology

Ćwiek, Aleksandra, Susanne Fuchs, Christoph Draxler, Eva Liina Asu, Dan Dediu, Katri Hiovain, Shigeto Kawahara, Sofia Koutalidis, Manfred Krifka, Pärtel Lippus, Gary Lupyan, Grace E. Oh, Jing Paul, Caterina Petrone, Rachid Ridouane, Sabine Reiter, Nathalie Schümchen, Ádám Szalontai, Özlem Ünal-Logacev, Jochen Zeller, Bodo Winter & Marcus Perlman (2021). Novel vocalization are understood across cultures. Scientific Reports, 11, 10108. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-89445-4 (download and print PDF at https://rdcu.be/cktAG)

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. 

https://doi.org/10.1080/09588221.2018.1527364

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.

III. TEXTBOOKS

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.