Presentations

Refereed Papers

  1. Chang, C. B., Yao, Y. (2016). Intelligibility, nativeness, and identifiability of heritage Mandarin speakers. New Sounds 2016: The 8th International Conference on Second-Language Speech, Aarhus, Denmark, June 12. [slides]
  2. Chang, C. B., Fischer-Baum, S. (2015). The effect of semantic predictability on vowel production with pure word deafness. 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, UK, August 14. [slides]
  3. Biller, A. K., Karuzis, V. P., Corbett, R. P., Chang, C. B., & Bowles, A. R. (2013). Music experience predicts lexical tone learning. 2013 Meeting of the Society for Music Perception and Cognition, Toronto, Canada, August 9.
  4. Bowles, A., Chang, C., Corbett, R., Karuzis, V., Dien, J., & Donavos, D. (2013). Individual differences in tone perception best predict word learning in a tone language. New Sounds 2013: The 7th International Symposium on the Acquisition of Second Language Speech, Montreal, Canada, May 19. [slides]
  5. Chang, C. B. (2013). Towards a comprehensive typology of L1 transfer effects in L2 speech perception. New Sounds 2013: The 7th International Symposium on the Acquisition of Second Language Speech, Montreal, Canada, May 18. [slides]
  6. Chang, C. B. (2013). Benefits of L1 transfer for L2 speech perception. 87th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Boston, MA, January 5. [slides]
  7. Chang, C. B., & Mishler, A. (2012). The role of canonicity in shaping perceptual biases in speech processing. 13th Conference on Laboratory Phonology, Stuttgart, Germany, July 27. [slides]
  8. Chang, C. B. (2012). On the disparity between within- and cross-language segmental similarity. CUNY Conference on the Segment, New York, NY, January 11. [slides]
  9. Chang, C. B. (2012). Perseverance of second language learning effects on native language production. 86th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Portland, OR, January 7. [slides]
  10. Chang, C. B. (2011). Systemic drift of L1 vowels in novice L2 learners. 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Hong Kong, China, August 17. [slides]
  11. Chang, C. B. (2010). Learning to produce a multidimensional voicing contrast. New Sounds 2010: The 6th International Symposium on the Acquisition of Second Language Speech, Poznań, Poland, May 3. [slides]
  12. Chang, C. B. (2010). Tracking second language learning effects on native language production. 84th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Baltimore, MD, January 10. [slides]
  13. Chang, C. B. (2009). Perception vs. production in the development of L2 phonological categories. 2009 Second Language Research Forum, East Lansing, MI, October 31. [slides]
  14. Chang, C. B. (2009). The implementation of laryngeal contrast in L2 Korean. 13th Harvard International Symposium on Korean Linguistics, Cambridge, MA, August 9. [handout]
  15. Chang, C. B. (2009). Short-term phonetic drift in an L2 immersion environment. 2009 Seoul International Conference on Linguistic Interfaces, Seoul, South Korea, June 24. [handout]
  16. Chang, C. B. (2009). The locus of L1 constraints on L2 phonological acquisition. Multiple Perspectives on the Critical Period for Language Symposium, Columbus, OH, June 6. [handout]
  17. Chang, C. B. (2008). Extending the diachrony of palatals in Argentine Spanish. 18th International Congress of Linguists, Seoul, South Korea, July 24. [handout]
  18. Chang, C. B. (2008). Convergence and divergence in obsolescence: The case of Southeastern Pomo. 18th International Congress of Linguists, Seoul, South Korea, July 22. [handout]
  19. Chang, C. B., Katseff, S., Lee-Goldman, R., Piqueras-Brunet, M., & Yao, Y. (2008). A web-accessible dictionary of Southeastern Pomo. 18th International Congress of Linguists, Seoul, South Korea, July 21. [handout]
  20. Chang, C. B., Haynes, E., Rhodes, R., & Yao, Y. (2008). The phonetic space of phonological categories in heritage speakers of Mandarin. 44th Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, Chicago, IL, April 25. [handout]
  21. Chang, C. B. (2008). Variation in palatal production in Argentine Spanish. 4th International Workshop on Spanish Sociolinguistics, Albany, NY, April 18. [handout]
  22. Chang, C. B., Haynes, E., Rhodes, R., & Yao Y. (2008). A tale of two fricatives: Consonantal contrast in heritage speakers of Mandarin. 32nd Penn Linguistics Colloquium, Philadelphia, PA, February 23. [handout]
  23. Chang, C. B. (2008). Phonetic and phonological scansion in loanword adaptation. 32nd Penn Linguistics Colloquium, Philadelphia, PA, February 23. [handout]
  24. Chang, C. B. (2008). Phonetics vs. phonology in loanword adaptation: Revisiting the role of the bilingual. 34th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, Berkeley, CA, February 8. [handout]
  25. Chang, C. B. (2008). The variable nature of sound change in Southeastern Pomo. 2008 Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas, Chicago, IL, January 5. [handout]
  26. Chang, C. B. (2007). Accounting for the phonology of reduplication: Precedence vs. morphological doubling. 36th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest, Denver, CO, September 22. [handout]
  27. Chang, C. B. (2007). Phonological scansion in loanword adaptation: Evidence from English loans in Burmese. 17th Annual Conference of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, College Park, MD, September 2. [handout]
  28. Chang, C. B., & Yao, Y. (2007). Tone production in whispered Mandarin. 16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Saarbrücken, Germany, August 10. [handout]
  29. Chang, C. B. (2007). What the Korean fricative contrast tells us about laryngeal categories: Evidence from acoustic and perceptual data. 12th Harvard International Symposium on Korean Linguistics, Cambridge, MA, August 3. [handout]
  30. Chang, C. B. (2007). The status of voicing and aspiration in Korean laryngeal contrast. 43rd Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, Chicago, IL, May 5. [handout]
  31. Chang, C. B. (2007). Analyzing the Korean laryngeal contrast: Evidence from cross-linguistic perception. 2007 UNC-Chapel Hill Spring Linguistics Colloquium, Chapel Hill, NC, March 24. [handout]
  32. Chang, C. B. (2007). Perspectives on the Korean laryngeal contrast from cross-linguistic perceptual similarity. 5th Workshop in General Linguistics, Madison, WI, March 3. [handout]
  33. Chang, C. B. (2007). On Korean fricatives: Production, perception, and laryngeal typology. 81st Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Anaheim, CA, January 6. [handout]
  34. Chang, C. B. (2006). On activation and suppression in the dual-route model of reading: bass the fish or bass the guitar? 2006 LSK Seoul International Conference on Linguistics, Seoul, South Korea, July 26. [handout]
  35. Chang, C. B. (2006). On meaning activation in the dual-route model of reading: More on non-homophonous homographs. 1st University of Essex Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics, Colchester, UK, June 30. [handout]
  36. Chang, C. B. (2006). On meaning activation in the dual-route model of reading: The case of non-homophonous homographs. 1st Newcastle Postgraduate Conference in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, June 23. [handout]
  37. Chang, C. B. (2006). Tense consonants in Korean revisited: A crosslinguistic perceptual study. 4th University of Cambridge Postgraduate Conference in Language Research, Cambridge, UK, March 17. [handout]

Refereed Posters

  1. Chang, C. B., Jeon, H.-S. (2017). Effects of age, sex, context, and lexicality on hyperarticulation of Korean fricatives. 173rd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Boston, MA, June 29.
  2. Chang, C. B. (2015). Accounting for multicompetence and restructuring in the study of speech. 169th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Pittsburgh, PA, May 21. [poster]
  3. Chang, C. B. (2014). Transfer effects in perception of a familiar and unfamiliar language. 167th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Providence, RI, May 8. [poster]
  4. Chang, C. B. (2014). A novelty effect in phonetic drift of the native language. 88th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, January 4. [poster]
  5. Chang, C. B., Corbett, R. P., & Bowles, A. R. (2013). The influence of phonological context on L2 learning of tonal contrasts. 87th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Boston, MA, January 4. [poster]
  6. Yao, Y., & Chang, C. B. (2012). Reversal of a merger via cross-language influence: The case of Shanghainese and Mandarin. 13th Conference on Laboratory Phonology, Stuttgart, Germany, July 29. [poster]
  7. Chang, C. B. (2012). Acoustic characteristics of coronal fricatives in Seoul Korean. 163rd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Hong Kong, China, May 15. [poster]
  8. Chang, C. B. (2011). Rediscovering a childhood language: A case study of two Korean adoptees. 36th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA, November 4. [poster]
  9. Chang, C. B. (2009). Native language phonetic drift in beginning second language acquisition. 158th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, San Antonio, TX, October 30. [poster]
  10. Chang, C. B. (2009). Phonological categories in early L2 acquisition. 83rd Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, San Francisco, CA, January 10. [poster]
  11. Chang, C. B., & Yao, Y. (2008). Reexamining cue enhancement: The case of whispered tones in Mandarin Chinese. 82nd Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Chicago, IL, January 5. [poster]
  12. Chang, C. B. (2007). Acoustic measures of sound change in language obsolesence. 154th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, New Orleans, LA, November 28. [poster]

Invited Talks and Colloquia

  1. Chang, C. B. (2017). The extent and limits of rapid phonetic drift. 11th International Symposium on Bilingualism (colloquium: “Plasticity of native language phonetic and phonological domains in the context of bilingualism”), Limerick, Ireland, June 15.
  2. Chang, C. B. (2017). The state of the science in heritage language phonology. Tenth Heritage Language Research Institute, Urbana, IL, May 23.
  3. Chang, C. B. (2017). Language contact and phonological knowledge. Department of Linguistics, University of Alberta, March 1.
  4. Chang, C. B. (2017). Functional load as a guiding principle of cross-linguistic transfer. Department of Linguistics, University of Essex, February 22.
  5. Chang, C. B. (2017). What studying bilinguals tells us about phonological knowledge. Department of Linguistics, Queen Mary, University of London, February 13.
  6. Chang, C. B. (2016). Language memory and attrition in a mobile, multilingual world. Rhett Talks, Faculty-in-Residence Program, Boston University, September 29.
  7. Chang, C. B. (2016). Language change and linguistic inquiry in a world of multicompetence. 90th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (symposium: “Language contact in the mind and in the community: Insights from bilingual phonetics and phonology”), Washington, DC, January 8. [slides]
  8. Chang, C. B. (2015). Language dynamicity and the notion of ‘native speaker’. Linguistics Program, Boston University, October 29.
  9. Chang, C. B. (2015). Korean Americans as perceptual beneficiaries of experience with Korean. International Institute of Korean Studies, University of Central Lancashire, February 12.
  10. Chang, C. B. (2015). Cross-linguistic equivalence and the theory of bilingual phonology. Laboratory of Experimental Psycholinguistics, University of Geneva, February 9.
  11. Chang, C. B. (2015). Cross-linguistic equivalence and the theory of bilingual phonology. Department of Linguistics, SOAS, University of London, February 3.
  12. Chang, C. B. (2015). Informativeness, familiarity, and the modulation of perceptual biases. Department of Speech, Hearing and Phonetic Sciences, University College London, January 28.
  13. Chang, C. B. (2014). Revising the theory of second-language phonology. Department of Linguistics, University College London, November 24.
  14. Chang, C. B. (2014). Informativeness, familiarity, and the modulation of perceptual biases. Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge, November 6. [slides]
  15. Chang, C. B. (2014). Linguistics and the structure of language: How learning language systems can help in a globalized world. Rice University AP Summer Institute Advanced Topic Academy, Rice University, July 15.
  16. Chang, C. B. (2014). Three reasons to preserve (and develop) a heritage language. TEDxRiceU, Rice University, April 12. [slides]
  17. Chang, C. B. (2014). Toward a revised theory of second-language phonological learning. Department of Romance Studies, Boston University, February 27. [slides]
  18. Chang, C. B. (2014). Individual sources of contact-induced sound change: Findings from a recent merger reversal in Shanghainese. Department of Linguistics, Rice University, January 16. [slides]
  19. Chang, C. B. (2013). Phonetic restructuring in a foreign language environment and its implications for the empirical study of language. Department of Linguistics, Rice University, September 12. [slides]
  20. Chang, C. B. (2013). Phonological development in the early stages of acquiring Korean as L2. Department of Linguistics, SOAS, University of London, August 2. [slides]
  21. Chang, C. B. (2013). Bilingual perceptual benefits of experience with a heritage language. Seventh Heritage Language Research Institute, Chicago, IL, June 21. [slides]
  22. Chang, C. B. (2013). The multifaceted nature of second-language influences on first-language speech production. Program in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, February 27. [slides]
  23. Yao, Y., & Chang, C. B. (2012). An experimental investigation of contact-induced sound change in Shanghainese. International Conference on Bilingualism and Comparative Linguistics (invited panel: “The phonetics and phonology of language contact”), Hong Kong, China, May 16. [slides]
  24. Newby, G., & Chang, C. (2011). CASL overview. 2nd Annual Korean Language Education and Resources Network (LEARN) Conference, Honolulu, HI, July 21.
  25. Chang, C. B. (2010). Category equivalence in language contact: Theory, findings, and problems. Department of Linguistics and English Language, University of Edinburgh, June 21. [slides]
  26. Chang, C. B. (2010). Development of a multidimensional laryngeal contrast in novice L2 learners. Department of Linguistics, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, June 17. [slides]
  27. Chang, C. B. (2010). Learning to produce the Korean laryngeal contrast. Center for Advanced Study of Language, University of Maryland, College Park, April 9. [slides]
  28. Chang, C. B. (2010). The nature of change in a minority language. Department of Linguistics and Communication Disorders, Queens College, City University of New York, February 11. [slides]
  29. Chang, C. B. (2008). Second language acquisition and Korean linguistics. Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Orientation Program, Chuncheon, South Korea, July 28. [handout]
  30. Chang, C. B. (2006). Second language acquisition: English learners of Korean, Korean learners of English. Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Orientation Program, Chuncheon, South Korea, July 31. [handout]
  31. Beaver, D., Bouma, G., Bratkievich, A., Chang, C., Francez, I., García-Álvarez, I., Jaeger, T. F., Levinson, D., Mikkelsen, L., & Whitton, L. (2005). Existentials: Definiteness effects, anti-definiteness effects and beyond. S-TREND (Berkeley-Stanford-Santa Cruz Syntax Trilateral Weekend), Stanford, CA, April 16.