- & Chan, S. (In prep.). Processing past time reference in a tenseless language: An ERP study on the Mandarin aspectual morphemes -le and -guo. (working title)
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Accepted presentations (to be presented)
- (2020, December). Des surfaces similaires pour des sens différents : une analyse contrastive de l’auxiliaire avoir du passé composé en français et de you + verbe du mandarin de Taïwan (Similar surface interpretations for different meanings: a contrastive analysis of the past auxiliary 'avoir' to have in French and you + verb in Taiwan Mandarin). Paper to be presented at the Assises des études taïwanaises francophones. Venue TBA, Paris, France.
- & Chan, S. (2020, TBA). Aspect, mood and time in Mandarin: ERPs reveal counter-evidence for discourse linking hypothesis. Paper to be presented at the 2nd Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Asia (AMLaP Asia). Venue TBA, Macao, China. (Conference postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak)
- & Chan, S. (2020, March). Not all the pasts are the same: An ERP study of the temporal constraints of the Mandarin aspectual markers -le and -guo. Paper presented at the 33rd CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing. University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst (Massachusetts), USA. (Online presentation due to the COVID-19 outbreak)
- (2019, October). Temporal relations electrified: An ERP study on the perfective marker -le in Mandarin Chinese. Paper presented at the 20th National Conference on Linguistics. National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan.
- & Chan, S. (2019, March). Aspect is distinct from time reference: An ERP study of the perfective marker -le in Mandarin Chinese. Paper presented at the 32nd CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing. University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder (Colorado), USA.
- (2018, October). Same interpretation, different process? The case of verbal-le and You+VP in Taiwan Mandarin. Paper presented at the joint conference ICPEAL 17 – CLDC 9 (the 17th International Conference on the Processing of East Asian Languages and the 9th Conference on Language, Discourse, and Cognition). National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.
- (2018, May). When Time is a Fact: A Semantic and Time-Relational Analysis of ‘You + VP’ in Taiwan Mandarin. Paper presented at the 19th Chinese Lexical Semantics Workshop (CLSW-19). National Chung Cheng University, Chiayi, Taiwan.