Dr Jinxing Yue
Research fellow (visiting)
My primary research interest is to study spoken word perception with EEG. I have been working on developing a novel paradigm based on short-term habituation, which serves as a tool to study the cognitive processing of spoken words in the pre-attentive processing stage. This paradigm has the potential to be developed into an electrophysiological index to measure the cortical functionality of speech perception and learning in adults, children, the elderly people, and the population with neurological or psychiatric diseases.
Associated News Items
Yue J (2019), “Neurophysiological Indicators of the Linguistic Components of Language Aptitude” Language aptitude: Advancing theory, testing, research and practice 259-76
Yue J, Alter K, Howard D, Bastiaanse R (2017), “. Early access to lexical-level phonological representations of Mandarin word-forms: evidence from auditory N1 habituation. ” Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 32(9):1148-63.
Yue JX, Bastiaanse R, Alter K (2014), “Cortical plasticity induced by rapid Hebbian learning of novel tonal word-forms: evidence from mismatch negativity” Brain and Language 139, pp 10-22