1.12.1 Psycho- und Neurolinguistik des Chinesischen

1.12.1 Psycho- und Neurolinguistik des Chinesischen

1.12.1.1 Einführende Darstellungen


  • Chen, Hsuan-Chih; Tzeng Ovid J. L. (Hg.) (1992): Language processing in Chinese. Amsterdam: New Holland (Advances in Psychology, 90).
  • Cui Xiliang u.a. 崔希亮 等 (2008): Hanyu zuowei di er yuyan de xide yu renzhi yanjiu 汉语作为第二语言的习得与认知研究. Beijing 北京. Beijing daxue chubanshe 北京大学出版社. ISBN: 9787301132159.
  • Gui Shichun 桂诗春 (1994): Yingyong yuyanxue yu xinli yuyanxue zai woguo de fazhan 应用语言学与心理语言学在我国的发展. In: Yuyan jiaoxue yu yanjiu 语言教学与研究 , Nr. 3.
  • Kao, Henry S. R. (1986): Linguistics, psychology, and the Chinese language. Hong Kong.
  • Kao, Henry S. R.; Leong, Che Kan; Geo, Ding-Guo (2002): Cognitive and Neuroscience Studies of the Chinese Language. Hong Kong University Press. ISBN: 9622095682.
  • Leong, Che Kan (1998): Cognitive processing of the Chinese and the Japanese languages. Dordrecht [u.a.]. Kluwer. ISBN: 0-7923-5479-6.
  • Wang, Jiang (1999): Reading Chinese Script: A cognitive analysis: Laurence Erlbaum Association.

1.12.1.2 Einzelaspekte


  • Bassetti, B. (2009): Effects of adding interword spacing on Chinese reading: A comparison of Chinese native readers and English readers of Chinese as a second language. In: Applied Psycholinguistics 30 (4), S. 757–775.
  • Chang, Hsing-Wu et al (Hg.) (1994): Advances in the study of Chinese language processing. Selected Writings from the Sixth International Symposium on Cognitive Aspects of the Chinese Language. Department of Psychology, National Taiwan University (Taipei). Taipei: Department of Psychology, National Taiwan University.
  • Chen, Hsuan-Chih (Hg.) (1997): Cognitive processing of Chinese and related languages. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press.
  • Chiang, Cecilia (2010): See How They Read: An Investigation Into the Cognitive and Metacognitive Strategies of Nonnative Readers of Chinese. In: Everson, M.E; Shen H.H.: Research among learners of Chinese as a Foreign Language (2010), S. 93–116.
  • Chief, Liancheng (2011): Applying Cognitive Semantics to Pedagogical Grammar:The Case of the Chinese Converb Construction. In: Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association, Jg. 46, H. 3, S. 1–19.
  • Diercke, Michaela (2010): Zur Verarbeitung von gesprochenem und geschriebenen Chinesisch im Gehirn. Ein Überblick über aktuelle neurolinguistische Studien. In: CHUN – Chinesischunterricht (25), S. 88–104.
  • Dong, Yinghong (1997): Agrammatismus im Chinesischen. Lang. ISBN: 3631325940. http://www.lob.de/cgi-bin/work/suche2?titnr=216224163&flag=citavi
  • Everson, Michael E. (1986): The effect of word-unit spacing upon the reading strategies of native and non-native readers of Chinese: An eye-tracking study. Ohio: The Ohio State University.
  • Everson, Michael E.: „Developing Orthographic Awareness Among CFL Learners: What the Research Tells Us“. In: Guder, Andreas/Jiang, Xin 江新/Wan, Yexin 万业馨 (Hrsg.): Hanzi de renzhi yu jiaoxue: Xifang xuexizhe hanzi renzhi guoji yantaohui. The cognition, learning and teaching of Chinese characters. 汉字的认知与教学:西方学习者汉字认知国际研讨会, S. 33–50.
  • Everson, Michael E. (1994): Toward a process view of teaching reading in the second language Chinese curriculum. In: Theory Into Practice (1/33), S. 4–9.
  • Fang, Huanhai (2012): Hanyu eryu xide zhongjieci de cilei shuxing ji qi renzhi jizhi 汉语二语习得中介词的词类属性及其认知机制. Cognitive analysis on the syntactic property of prepositions in Chinese as a second language. In: Chinese as a Second Language Research 1 (1), S. 105–125.
  • Feldman, L. B.; Siok, W. W. T. (1999): Semantic radicals contribute to the visual identification of Chinese characters. In: Journal of Memory and Language 40, S. 559–576.
  • Feng, Gary: „Eye movement in Chinese reading: basic processes and crosslinguistic differences“. In: Li, Ping et al. (Hrsg.): The handbook of East Asian psycholinguistics. Volume 1: Chinese, S. 187–194.
  • Führer, Bernhard (Hg.) (2005): Aspekte des Lesens in China in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart. Referate der Jahrestagung 2001 der Deutschen Vereinigung für China-Studien (DVCS). Bochum: projekt verlag.
  • Huang, Juren (1997): Readings in Chinese natural language processing. Berkeley, Calif. Band 9.
  • Huo, Qiang; Ma, Bin; Chng, Eng-Siong; Li, H. (2006): Chinese Spoken Language Processing. 5th International Symposium, ISCSLP 2006, Singapore. Springer Berlin. ISBN: 3540496653.
  • Jin, Hong Gang (2006): Multimedia Effects and Chinese Character Processing: An Empirical Study of CFL Learners from Three Different Orthographic Backgrounds. In: Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association 41, Nr. 3, S. 35-56.
  • Li, H.; Chen, H.-C (1999): Radical processing in Chinese character recognition: Evidence from lexical decision. In: Psychologia 42, S. 199–208.
  • Li, Ping et al (Hg.) (2006): The handbook of East Asian psycholinguistics. Volume 1: Chinese. Cambridge, New York, Melbourne u.a.: Cambridge University Press.
  • Marie, C. Delogu F. Lampis G. Belardinelli M. O. &. Besson M. (2011): Influence of musical expertise on segmental and tonal processing in Mandarin Chinese. In: Journal of cognitive neuroscience 23 (10), S. 2701–2715.
  • Shen, H. H. (2004): Level of cognitive processing: Effects on character learning among non-native learners of Chinese as a foreign language. In: Language & Education: An International Journal 18 (2), S. 167–182.
  • Shen, H. H.; Ke, C. (2007): Radical awareness and word acquisition among non-native learners of Chinese. In: Modern Language Journal 91 (1), S. 97–111.
  • Shu, H.; Richard, C. A.: Learning to read Chinese: The development of metalinguistic awareness. In: J. Wang, A. W. Inhoff, & H. -C. Chen (Eds.), Reading Chinese script: A cognitive analysis. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum., S. 37–64.
  • Suchenwirth, Richard M. (1989): Optical recognition of Chinese characters. With 73 fig. Braunschweig. Vieweg. ISBN: 3528063394. Band 8.
  • Sun, Lin (2004): Oumei xuesheng rumen jieduan Hanzi shijue yu bihua shunxu luoji zhi xinli chengxu de suzao欧美学生入门阶段汉字视觉与笔画顺序逻辑之心理程序的塑造. In: di qi jie guoji hanyu jiaoxue taolunhui lunwen xuan bianweihui《第七届国际汉语教学讨论会论文选》编辑委员会 (Hg.): di qi jie guoji hanyu jiaoxue taolunhui lunwen xuan 第七届国际汉语教学讨论会论文选. Beijing : Beijing daxue chubanshe, S. 656–664.
  • Taft, M.; Zhu, X.; Peng, D. (1999): Positional specificity of radicals in Chinese character recognition. In: Journal of Memory and Language 40, S. 498–519.
  • Wang, M.; Yang, C.: Learning to read Chinese: Cognitive consequences of cross-language and writing system differences. In: K. Koda, & A.M. Zehler (Eds.), Learning to read across languages: Cross-linguistic relationships in first- and second-language literacy development. New York: Routledge.
  • Wang, M.; Perfetti, C.; Liu, Y. (2003): Alphabetic readers quickly acquire orthographic structure in learning to read Chinese. In: Scientific Studies of Reading (7), S. 183–208.
  • Wang, J.; Inhoff, A. W.; Chen, H.-C (Hg.) (1999): Reading Chinese script: A cognitive analysis. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  • Wen, Xiaohong (2006): Acquisition Sequence of Three Constructions: An Analysis of the Interlanguage of learners of Chinese as a Foreign Language. In: Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association 41, Nr. 3, S. 89-113.
  • Xu Ziliang 徐子亮 (2000): hanyu zuowei weiyu jiaoxue de renzhi lilun yanjiu 汉语作为外语教学的认知理论研究. Beijing 北京. Huayu jiaoxue chubanshe 华语教学出版社 Sinolingua.
  • Yang, J. (2000): Orthographic effect on word recognition by learners of Chinese as a foreign language. In: Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association 35, S. 1–18.
  • Yaxu, Z.; Hua, S.; Houcan, Z.; Xiaolin, Z. (2002): The processing of ambiguous phrases in referential discourse context in Chinese. In: Acta Psychologica Sinica 34 (2), S. 126–134.
  • Zhou, X.; Marslen-Wilson, W.: Sublexical processing in reading Chinese. In: J. Wang, A. W. Inhoff, & H. -C. Chen (Eds.), Reading Chinese script: A cognitive analysis. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum., S. 37–64.