I am currently working at the School of Chinese as a Second Language, Peking University. I completed my Ph.D in linguistics at Utrecht Institute of Linguistics, Utrecht University in 2018.
My research focuses on language processing and use by both native and non-native speakers. Applying eye-tracking techniques (both online reading and visual world paradigms), behavioural and survey methods, as well as corpus-based analysis, I explore questions such as: (a) How subjectivity is constructed and comprehended in discourse; (b) How linguistic information interact with visual contexts and world knowledge in causal inference; (c) What are the influencing factors of perspective-taking in real-time language communication; (d) How Chinese constructions (e.g. Ba construction, result constructions, classifiers) are acquired and processed by L1 and L2 speakers?
- Applying Collocation Analysis to Chinese Discourse: A Case Study of Causal Connectives
- Effects of Coordination on Perspective-taking: Evidence from Eye-tracking
- The use of perspective markers and connectives in expressing subjectivity: Evidence from collocational analyses
- Causal connectives as indicators of source information: Evidence from the visual world paradigm
- Causal connectives and perspective markers in Chinese: The encoding and processing of subjectivity in discourse