Chih Yeh

Chih Yeh

Doctoral Candidate
Research interests: • hemispheric differences and lateralization • inter-hemispheric interactions • artificial grammar learning and statistical learning • language acquisition and processing • individual difference in language learning

 

Academic education

since 2021    Doctoral candidate, Max Planck School of Cognition, Leipzig, Germany
                        Doctoral research performed at Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, the Netherlands
                        Supervisor: Caroline Rowland
                        Lab rotations in the orientation year: Lars Meyer, Caroline Rowland and Peter Hagoort

2015–2018   Master of Linguistics, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

2011–2015   Bachelor of Humanities and Social Science, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

 

Teaching

2016 Trainer in the Training Camp for the International Linguistics Olympiad (July 11–15)

2018 Teaching assistant in the Seminar of Neurolinguistics Studies (Autumn semester)

2017, 2019 & 2020 Trainer of the Neurobiology and Cognitive Science summer program (July to September)

 

Publications

Yeh, C., Chen, M. H., Chen, P. H., & Lee, C. L. (2022). Lateralization as a symphony: Joint influence of interhemispheric inhibition and transmission on brain asymmetry and syntactic processing. Brain and Language, 228:105095. doi:10.1016/j.bandl.2022.105095

Chen, P.-H., Yeh, C., Lu, C.-R., Hsieh, S.-K., Chou, T.-L., Su, L. I.-W., & Lee, C.-L. (2018). Multiple scaffolding mechanisms for L2 syntactic processing: An event-related potential study. Journal of Chinese Language Teaching, 15(2), 63–93.

 

Poster presentations and talks

Ko, Y.-C., Yeh, C., Hsu, H.-J., and Lee, C. L. (2022). Age-related differences in statistical learning of non-adjacent dependencies – Evidence from ERPs. Poster presented at the 29th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, USA, 23–26  April.

Lo, C.-W., Yeh, C., Meyer, L. (2022). Do Segment Boundaries Disrupt the Processing of Non-Adjacent Dependencies? Evidence from Neural Frequency Tagging and ERPs. Poster presented at the 29th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, USA, 23–26  April.

Ko, Y.-C., Yeh, C., Yen, S.-H., Tang, L., Hsu, H.-J., & Lee, C. L. (2021). Right hemisphere syntactic processing in demanding conditions – An event-related potential study. Poster presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, virtual conference, 13–16 March.

Yeh, C., & Ko, Y.-C. (2020). Right hemisphere at the right time: Electrophysiological evidence for right hemispheric syntactic processing in demanding condition. Poster presented at NTU-UT Linguistics Festa 2020, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, 7 February.

Yeh, C., Yen, H.-H., Hsu, H. J., & Lee, C. L. (2019). Linking lateralized syntactic processing, inter-hemispheric communication, and language performance — An event-related potential study. Poster presented at NTU-UT Linguistics Festa 2019, University of Tokyo Komaba, Tokyo, Japan, 12–13 January.

Yeh, C., Yen, H.-H., Hsu, H. J., & Lee, C. L. (2018). Linking lateralized syntactic processing, inter-hemispheric communication, and language performance — An event-related potential study. Poster presented at the joint conference of the 17th Conference on the Processing of East Asian Languages and the 9th Conference on Language, Discourse, and Cognition, Taipei, Taiwan (ICPEAL 17 – CLDC 9), 19–21 October.

Yeh, C., Yen, H.-H., Hsu, H. J., & Lee, C. L. (2018). Right hemisphere syntactic processing suppressed for native language is seen for a newly learned grammar: Evidence from event-related potentials. Poster presented at the International Max Planck Research School for the Language Sciences Conference, Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 5–7 June.

Lai, C.-H., Yeh, C., Chen, P.-H., Lee, C. L., Hsieh, S.-K., Su, I-W., Liu, T.-H., Lu, C.-R., Tsai, I-N., & Chou, T.-L. (2017). Right hemisphere contribution in syntactic category processing in L2 — ERP and fMRI data from learners of Mandarin Chinese. Abstract of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, 61.
 

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