王穗苹

王穗苹
  • 姓名:王穗苹
  • 学历:博 士
  • 职称:
  • 职务:
  • 研究方向:汉语高级语言理解的认知与认知神经机制;语言加工与一般认知加工的关系;语言学习与教学心理。
  • 联系电话:
  • 电子邮箱:suiping@scnu.edu.cn
  • 通讯地址:华南师范大学心理学院(510631)
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王穗苹,心理学博士,博士生导师。教育部“新世纪优秀人才”,广东省“珠江学者”特聘教授,全国百篇优秀博士学位论文奖获得者。中国心理学会普通与实验心理学分会委员、中国神经科学学会神经科学技术分会委员、中国英汉语比较研究会心理语言学分会常务理事。曾作为访问教授于2008年11月至2009年11月间在美国Tufts大学开展合作研究一年。10余年来一直从事语言理解与加工的认知与脑基础研究工作,先后承担国家自然科学基金三项、教育部全国优秀博士论文作者专项基金,广东省“珠江学者”特聘教授岗位支持计划、广东省自然科学基金,广东省创新团队项目核心团队课题、全国教育科学规划“十五”重点项目等多项国家和省部级项目。研究成果曾获“第三届全国教育科学研究优秀成果一等奖”(教育部颁发)和广东省哲学社会科学优秀成果一等奖、三等奖(广东省人民政府颁发)。在《Neuroimage》、《Neuropsychologia》、《Language and Cognitive Processing》、《Journal of Experiment Psychology: Human Perception and Performance》、《Brain Research》、《Child Development》等SCI、SSCI收录的心理学、认知神经科学重要国际学术期刊以及国内重要学术刊物上发表论文与研究报告70余篇,同时,担任多个国际学术期刊,如《Neuroimage》等的审稿人。

学习经历

1995-2000.华南师范大学心理学系硕博连读,获博士学位

1991-1995.华南师范大学心理学系本科,获学士学位

工作经历

2011-至今,广东省“珠江学者”特聘教授

2006-至今,中国广州华南师范大学心理系教授、博士生导师

2005-至今,中国广州华南师范大学心理系教授

2002-2005,中国广州华南师范大学心理系副教授

2000-2002,中国广州华南师范大学心理系讲师

学术兼职

2001年3月-2001年5月,2007年2月-2007年6月,香港中文大学,脑与认知中心访问学者

2008年11月-2009年11月,(美)Tufts University,心理系访问教授

2007-  中国心理学会普通与实验心理学专业委员会委员

2009-  中国神经科学学会神经科学技术分会委员

2011-  中国英汉语比较研究会心理语言学分会常务理事

国内外重要学术杂志审稿人:
《Neuroimage》、《Neuropsychologia》、《Journal of Experiment Psychology: Human Perception and Performance》、《PloS ONE》、《Brain and Language》、《Brain Research》、《Memory and Cognition》、《International Journal of Psychophysiology》、《心理学报》、《心理科学》等 


Wang, X., Wang, S.*, Fan, Y., Huang, D., & Zhang, Y.* (2017). Speech-specific categorical perception deficit in autism: An Event-Related Potential study of lexical tone processing in Mandarin-speaking children. Scientific Reports, 7, 43254.

Feng, G, Chen, Q., Zhu, Z., & Wang, S.* (2016).Separate Brain Circuits Support Integrative and Semantic Priming in the Human Language System. Cerebral Cortex, 26(7) , 3169-3182

Deng, Z., Chandrasekaran, B., Wang, S.*, & Wong, P.* (2016).Resting-state low-frequency fluctuations reflect individual differences in spoken language learning. Cortex, 76:63-78.

Huang, J., Pickering, M., Yang, J., Wang, S.*, & Branigan, H.* (2016). The independence of syntactic processing in Mandarin: Evidence from structural priming. Journal of Memory and Language. 91: 81-98. 

Feng, G, Chen, H.-C., Zhu, Z., He, Y., & Wang, S.* (2015). Dynamic brain architectures in local brain activity and functional network efficiency associate with efficient reading in bilinguals. Neuroimage. 119, 103-118.

Li, N., Niefind, F., Wang, S.*, Sommer, W.*, & Dimigen, O. (2015) Parafoveal processing in reading Chinese sentences: Evidence from event-related brain potentials. Psychophysiology. 52(10), 1361-1374.

Xiang, M., Wang, S., & Cui, Y. (2015). Constructing covert dependencies—the case of wh-in-situ processing. Journal of Memory and Language. 84, 139-166.

Yu, L., Fan, Y., Deng, Z., Huang, D., Wang, S.*, & Zhang, Y.* (2015). Pitch processing in tonal-language-speaking children with autism: An event-related potential study. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.45(11), 3656-3667

Antoniou, M., Wong, P., & Wang, S*. (2015). The effect of intensified language exposure on accommodating talker variability. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 58, 722-727.

Zhang, W., Li, N., Wang, X., Wang, S.* (2015). Integration of Sentence-Level Semantic Information in Parafovea: Evidence from the RSVP-Flanker Paradigm. PloS One. DOI:  10.1371/journal.pone.0139016

Wang, F., Ouyang, G., Zhou, C., & Wang, S.* (2015). Re-Examination of Chinese Semantic Processing and Syntactic Processing: Evidence from Conventional ERPs and Reconstructed ERPs by Residue Iteration Decomposition (RIDE). PloS One, 10(1), e0117324. doi:  10.1371/journal.pone.0117324

Zhao, J., Liang, W.-K., Juan, C.-H., Wang, L., Wang, S., & Zhu, Z. (2015). Dissociated stimulus and response conflict effect in Stroop task: Evidence from evoked brain potentials and brain oscillations. Biological Psychology. 104: 130-138

Zhu, Z., Gold, B., Chang, C.-F., Wang, S.*, & Juan C.-H.* (2014). Left middle temporal and inferior frontal regions contribute to speed of lexical decision: A TMS study. Brain and Cognition. DOI: 10.1016/j.bandc.2014.11.002

Yang, J.,Li, N., Wang, S., Slattery, T., Rayner, K. (2014). Encoding the target or the plausible preview word? The nature of the plausibility preview benefit in reading Chinese. Visual Cognition, 22(2):193-213.

Zhu, Z., Fan, Y., Feng, G., Huang, R., & Wang, S.* (2013). Large Scale Brain Functional Networks Support Sentence Comprehension: Evidence from Both Explicit and Implicit Language Tasks. PLoS ONE 8(11): e80214, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0080214

Huang, J., Wang, S*, Mo, D., Jia, S., &Chen, H.-C.* (2013). Cortical Dynamics of Semantic Processing during Sentence Comprehension: Evidence from Event-Related Optical Signals. PLOS ONE. 8(8): e70671, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0070671

Zhu, Z., Feng, G., Zhang, J. X., Li, G., Li, H.,& Wang, S*. (2013). The role of the left prefrontal cortex in sentence-level semantic integration. NeuroImage. 76:325-31

Jia, X., Wang, S., Zhang, B., & Zhang, J.X. (2013). Electrophysiological evidence for relation information activation in Chinese compound word comprehension. Neuropsychologia. 51(7), 1296–1301

Li, G., Wang, S., Duan, Y., & Zhu, Z. (2013). Perceptual conflict-induced late positive complex in a modified Stroop task. Neuroscience Letters. 542(10):76-80

Wang, S., Mo, D., Xiang, M., Xu, R., & Chen, H.-C. (2013). The Time Course of Semantic and Syntactic Processing in Reading Chinese: Evidence from ERPs. Language & Cognitive processing. 28(4): 577-596

Cui, L., Yan, G., Bai, X., Hyönä, J., Wang, S., Liversedge, S. (2013). Parallel Processing of Compound Word Characters in Reading Chinese: An Eye Movement Contingent Display Change Study. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 66(3): 527-547

Wang, S., Mo, D., Xiang, M., Xu, R., & Chen, H.-C. (2012). The Time Course of Semantic and Syntactic Processing in Reading Chinese: Evidence from ERPs. Language & Cognitive processing.Huang, J.,

Zhu, Z., Hagoort, P., Zhang, J. X., Feng, G., Chen H.-C., Bastiaansen, M., Wang, S.* (2012). The anterior left inferior frontal gyrus contributes to semantic unification. Neuroimage. 60 ( 4 ): 2230-7

Qiu,l., Swaab, T., Chen, H.-C., Wang, S.* (2012). The Role of Gender Information in Pronoun Resolution: Evidence from Chinese. PLoS ONE. http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/ journal.pone. 0036156

Huang, J., Zhu. Z, Zhang, J. X., Wu, M, Che, H.-C., Wang, S*. (2012). The role of left inferior frontal gyrus in explicit and implicit semantic processing. Brain Research, 1440, 56-64.

Cheung, H., Chen, L., Szeto, C.-Y., Feng, G., Lu, G., Zhang, Z., Zhu, Z., Wang, S*. (2012). False belief and verb non-factivity: A common neural basis? International Journal of Psychophysiology. 83 ( 3 ): 357-64

Chen, L.,  Cheung, H., Szeto, C.-Y., Zhu, Z., Wang, S*.(2012). Do false belief and verb non-factivity share similar neural circuits? Nuroscience Letters, 510(1), 38-42

Deng, Z., Yu, R., Chen, X., & Wang, S*. (2012). Feedback-related negativity encodes outcome uncertainty in the gain domain but not in the loss domain. Neuroscience Letters. 526(1):5-9

Yang,J., Staub, A., Li, N., Wang, S., & Rayner, K. (2012). Plausibility effects when reading one-and two-character words in Chinese: Evidence from Eye Movements. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 38(6):1801-1809

Cui. L., Yan, G., Bai, X., Hyönä, J., Wang, S., Liversedge, S. (in press).Parallel Processing of Compound Word Characters in Reading Chinese: An Eye Movement Contingent Display Change Study. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. doi:10.1080/17470218. 2012.667423

Yang, J., Wang, S., Tong, X., & Rayner, K. (2012). Semantic and plausibility effects on preview benefit during eye fixations in Chinese reading. Reading and Writing, 25, 1031-1052.

Yang, J., Rayner, K., Li, N., & Wang, S. (2012). Is Preview Benefit from Word n+2 a Common Effect in Reading Chinese? Evidence from eye movements. Reading and Writing, 25, 1079-1091.

Zhang, B., Zhang, John X., Huang, S., Kong, L.Y., Wang, S*. (2011). Effects of load on the guidance of visual attention from working memory. Vision Research, 51,2356-2361

Zhang, B., Zhang, John X., Kong, L.Y., Huang, S., Yue, Zhen., Wang, S*. (2010). Guidance of visual attention from working memory contents depends on stimulus attributes. Neuroscience Letters ,,  2010,486(3): 202-206

Kong,L.Y., Zhang, J., Kang, C., Du, Y., Zhang, B., Wang, S. * (2010). P200 and phonological processing in Chinese word recognition. Neuroscience Letters , Vol. 473 (1), 37-41

Wang, R., Mo, L., He, X., Smythe, I., & Wang, S. (2010). Resolution of activated background information in text comprehension. International Journal of  Psychology, Vol. 45(4):241 - 249

Yang, J.,Wang, S. *, Chen, H.-C.,& Rayner, K. (2009). The time course of semantic and syntactic processing in Chinese sentence comprehension: Evidence from eye movements. Memory & Cognition ,37(8), 1164-1176

Zhu Z., Zhang J.X., Wang S., Xiao Z., Huang J., & Chen H.C. (2009) Involvement of left inferior frontal gyrus in sentence-level semantic integration. NeuroImage,47(2): 756-763.

Yang, J., Wang, S., Xu, Y. & Rayner, K. (2009). Do Chinese readers obtain preview benefit from word n+2? Evidence from eye movements. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 35(4), 1192-1204.

Wang, S., Chen, H.-C., Yang, J., & Mo, L. (2008). Immediacy of integration in discourse comprehension: Evidence from Chinese readers’ eye movements. Language and Cognitive Processes (SSCI), 23:2, 241 -257.

Wang, S., Zhu, Z., Zhang, J. X., Wang, Z., Xiao Z., Xiang H., & Chen, H.-C. (2008). Broca’s area plays a role in syntactic processing during Chinese reading comprehension. Neuropsychologia,(SCI & SSCI),46(5):1371-1378.

Wang, S., Yang, J., & Chen, H.-C. Immediacy of processing intra-sentential and inter-sentential information in reading Chinese. In K. Rayner, D. Shen, X. Bai, and G. Yan (Eds). Cognitive and Cultural Influences on Eye Movements, Tianjin People's Press (China) / Psychology Press (UK), 2008

Cheung, H., Chen, H.-C., Creed, N., Ng, L., Wang. S., & Mo, L. (2004). Relative roles of general and complementation language in theory-of-mind development: Evidence from Cantonese and English. Child Development (SSCI), Vol. 75, No. 4, 1155-1170.

中文论文

张文嘉,陈晓,樊阳,黄健,王穗苹*. (2015). 语义整合的早期加工:来自ERPs的证据. 心理科学. 38(2): 303-308.

张芬, 王穗苹*, 杨娟华, 冯刚毅. (2015). 自闭症谱系障碍者异常的大脑功能连接. 心理科学进展. 23(7):1196-1204.

张文嘉,李楠,关少伟,王穗苹*. (2014). 中文阅读中副中央凹语义信息的提取:来自ERPs的证据. 心理学报, 46(9),1261−1270.

陈欣欣,余荣军,邓志洲,王穗苹*.(2014).概率贴现和时间贴现在人脑中的分离. 心理科学. 37(6):1313-1320

许丽玲、王穗苹*. (2014). 双语者句子产生机制研究. 华南师范大学学报(社会科学版), 2:58-63

邱丽景,王穗苹*,陈烜之. (2012). 阅读理解中的代词加工:先行词的距离与性别刻板印象的作用. 心理学报. Vol 44(10): 1-10

王穗苹,黄健. (2012). 句子理解中的语义加工回路— —研究热点与未来的展望. 华南师范大学学报(社会科学版). No. 6: 44-55

朱祖德,王穗苹*, 冯刚毅,李国超. (2011). 语言理解中语义整合的神经机制,心理科学, 34 (5): 1062-1067

朱祖德,王穗苹*, 冯刚毅,刘颖. (2011). 左侧额下回在句子语义整合加工中的作用,心理科学进展, 19(8),1147–1157

崔 磊, 王穗苹*, 闫国利, 白学军. (2010). 中文阅读中副中央凹与中央凹相互影响的眼动实验. 心理学报,42 (05): 547-558

王穗苹*, 佟秀红, 杨锦绵, & 冷英. (2009). 中文句子阅读中语义信息对眼动预视效应的影响.心理学报,41(3):220-232.

邱丽景, 王穗苹, & 关心.(2009).口语理解的视觉-情境范式研究. 华南师范大学学报(社科版),第1期:130-136.

冷英, 莫雷, 吴俊, & 王穗苹.(2007).目标包含结构的文本阅读中目标信息的激活. 心理学报,39,1,27-34.

王穗苹, 陈烜之, 杨锦绵, 吴岩, & 王瑞明.(2006). 阅读中文时信息整合的即时性. 心理学报,38, 5, 645-653.

王穗苹, 黄时华, & 杨锦绵.(2006). 语言理解眼动研究的争论与趋势. 华东师范大学学报(教育科学版), 2,59-65.

莫雷, 王穗苹, & 王瑞明.(2006). 文本阅读研究百年回顾. 华南师范大学学报(社会科学版), 5, 128-140.

崔磊, 王穗苹, 赵娟, & 杨晓映.(2006). 不同结构文章重复阅读时主题转换效应的眼动研究. 心理发展与教育, 4, 77-82.

朱祖德, 王穗苹, & 吴岩.(2006). 语言理解中语义与句法加工的脑功能定位研究. 华南师范大学学报(社会科学版), 2,117-

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袁晓琳, 刘畅, 王穗苹, & 肖少北.(2006). 大学生的语言学习观念与英语学习策略研究.心理与行为研究,4,2,154-159.

王穗苹, 黄红清, & 吴烈坚.(2005). 大脑两半球在语言加工中的作用. 华南师范大学学报(社会科学版),5,115-121.

王穗苹, 黄红清, 甄霜菊, & 黄佳琳.(2005). 语篇主题表征在大脑两半球的存贮.心理科学,28,4,912-916.

王穗苹,迟毓凯, 王瑞明, & 吴岩.(2005). 不同性质语篇背景信息的激活与抑制. 心理科学, 28,2,342-346.

袁晓琳, 王穗苹, 朱彬彬, & 徐小红.(2005).中学生心目中的教师形象研究. 心理发展与教育, 3,89-93.

迟毓凯, 莫雷, & 王穗苹.(2005). 角色目标对空间维度非线索更新的影响. 心理科学, 28,1,72-75.

王瑞明, 莫雷, 李利, 王穗苹, & 吴俊.(2005). 言语理解中的知觉符号表征与命题符号表征. 心理学报, 37,2,143-150.

王穗苹, 杨锦绵, 黄时华, & 崔磊.(2005). 多线索语篇阅读中影响背景信息通达的因素. 心理发展与教育, 1,65-68.

王穗苹, 陈烜之, 邹艳春, & 莫雷.(2004). 语篇理解中背景信息的激活:情景限制的共振过程. 心理学报,36,6,644-653.

王穗苹, 莫雷, & 郭淑斌.(2004). 精细阐述在先行信息通达中的作用. 心理科学, 27,6,1300-1303.

王穗苹, 黄时华, & 杨锦绵.(2004). 语言理解的ERP研究. 华南师范大学学报(社会科学版), 6,107-113.

王穗苹 & 杨锦绵.(2004). 精细阐述与先行信息激活水平的动态变化. 心理行为与研究, 2,2,425-429.

杨锦绵, 王穗苹, & 黄时华.(2004). 语篇阅读理解中人物性格模型的建构. 心理科学, 27,5,1146-1149.

迟毓凯, 莫雷, 管延华, & 王穗苹.(2004). 当前西方文本阅读研究的主要共识与争议. 心理科学,27,4,937-939.

迟毓凯, 莫雷, 管延华, & 王穗苹.(2004). 文本表述结构对空间维度非线索更新的影响. 心理学探新, 24,2,34-37.

王穗苹, 陈新葵, & 张卫.(2003). 动态测验:当代智力测验的新进展. 教育理论与实践,23,11,50-53.

莫雷, 邹艳春,  Chen Zhe, 王穗苹, & 温忠麟. (2003). 3-5岁幼儿一位数大小比较的信息加工模式. 心理学报,35,4,520-526.

莫雷, 王穗苹, & Chen Zhe.(2002). 中国幼儿数数过程信息加工活动研究. 心理科学,25,6,641-644.

张卫, 莫雷, 许尚侠, & 王穗苹. (2002). 不同负载条件对序列位置内隐学习的影响. 心理学报,34,5,480-486.

王穗苹 & 莫雷. (2001). 系统智力观及其对教育的启示.教育理论与实践,21,8,11-14.

王穗苹, 莫雷, & 肖信. (2001). 篇章阅读中先行信息通达的若干影响因素. 心理学报,33,6,509-517.

王穗苹 & 莫雷.(2001). 篇章阅读理解中背景信息的通达. 心理学报,33,4,312-319.

王穗苹 & 莫雷.(2001). 篇章阅读理解的认知研究. 华南师范大学学报(社会科学版),4,101-108.

王穗苹.(2001). 当前篇章阅读研究的争论与分歧. 心理科学,24,3,338-341.

王穗苹 & 莫雷.(2001). 当前篇章阅读研究的进展. 心理学探新,21,3,20-25.

张卫, 王穗苹, & 杨宁.(2001). 当代西方国家早期儿童教育方案之比较. 比较教育研究,22,6,11-15.

王穗苹.(2000). 凯罗的认知能力模型述评. 心理科学,23,5,634-635.

王穗苹,何先友, 郭淑斌,& 莫雷.(1999). 论认知科学对文章阅读研究的影响. 心理科学,22,6,525-528.

王穗苹,莫雷, & 张卫.(1999). 当代智力测验的进展及特点. 华南师范大学学报(社会科学版),16,69-73.

张卫,郭淑斌,& 王穗苹.(1999). 论发展不成熟及其价值. 华东师范大学学报(教育科学版),4,70-74.

张卫, 王穗苹, & 莫雷.(1998). 西方智力测验的现状与趋势. 心理科学,21,6,556-557.

王穗苹, 张卫, & 莫雷.(1997). 学习潜能评估:一种动态的智力观. 心理科学,20,4,347-351.

王穗苹.(1997). 动作技能学习的迁移研究. 华南师范大学学报(社会科学版),6,65-70. 


参编著作
王穗苹.(2007). 认知发展. 陈烜之(主编).认知心理学, 五南出版社,中国台湾.

《中小学生心理教育的基本原理》(第四著者)暨南大学出版社,1997

《青少年教育心理学》(参编)  马来西亚董总出版局,1997

青少年发展与教育心理学》(参编)暨南大学出版社,1997 


国家哲学社会科学重点研究项目 “汉语概念表征与语义整合研究”, 2016-2018, (15AZD048),35万

国家自然科学基金面上项目“6-12岁自闭症谱系障碍儿童音调感知的认知神经机制:横向与纵向追踪研究”,2016-2019,(31571136),77.5万元

美国国家自然科学基金项目“Computational and psycholinguistic investigations of covert dependencies”(1451635), 2015.6-2018.12,与美国芝加哥大学Ming Xiang教授联合主持,US$318,133

广东省自然科学基金重点项目“语言理解的动态脑网络研究”(2014A030311016),2014-2016,30万元

国家自然科学基金委员会与英国爱丁堡皇家学会合作交流项目“多语者句法和词汇的表征与加工”,(3141101016),与英国爱丁堡大学Branigan Holly教授联合主持,2014-2016,20万元

国家自然科学基金面上项目“左侧颞叶前部在语义加工中的作用”,2013-2016,(31271086),80万元

教育部人文社科重点研究基地重大项目“汉语理解中信息整合的认知与脑机制”(10JJDXLX005),2011-2013,10万元

国家自然科学基金面上项目“汉语句子理解中语义和句法整合的认知神经机制”,2010-2012,(30970894),30万元

广东省高等学校珠江学者岗位计划资助项目,“中文语义加工的认知机制和大脑功能网络”,2012-2014 80万元。

教育部新世纪优秀人才支持项目,“汉语句子理解的认知与脑机制”, 2009-2011,(NCET-08-0645),20万元。

国家自然科学基金面上项目“中文文本阅读中预视信息加工的眼动与ERP研究”,2007-2009,(30670700),15万元

广东省自然科学基金创新团队项目“中文自然语言理解的信息加工模式与机制研究”核心成员课题,2006-2010,(06200524),28万元(团队总经费140万元)

广东省哲学社会科学“十一五”规划重点课题“中文句子理解中的语义加工”,2009-2011,2万元

教育部全国优秀博士学位论文作者专项基金项目“自然语言理解的认知过程及其神经机制”, 2003-2007,60万元

广东省自然科学基金面上项目“中文信息加工中预视效应的眼动与事件相关电位研究”,2006-2008,5万元

全国教育科学规划“十五”重点项目“汉语阅读理解中心理表征的构建及其脑机制”2003-2005,3万元


1、博士学位论文“篇章阅读理解中背景信息通达过程的实验研究”2002年被国务院学位委员会、教育部评为全国优秀博士学位论文。

2、论文“Broca’s area plays a role in syntactic processing during Chinese reading comprehension”2011年获广东省哲学社会科学优秀成果一等奖(第一作者)

3、论文“阅读中文时信息整合的即时性”2009年获广东省哲学社会科学优秀成果三等奖(第一作者)。

4、文本阅读双加工理论系列实验研究 2006年 获第三届全国教育科学研究优秀成果一等奖(第三作者)。

5、广东省委宣传部授予的第二届广东省宣传思想战线“千百十工程”先进个人奖(2008)

6、广东省教育厅授予的第三届广东省高等学校“千百十工程”先进个人奖(2008)。

7、华南师范大学“为了明天”教学奖中青年教师课堂教学优秀奖一等奖(2001)。 


近三年国际会议论文


Wang, S., Wang, F., Ouyang, G., & Zhou, C. (2014). The time course of semantic and syntactic processing in reading Chinese: A demonstration of using residue iteration decomposition (RIDE) in a rapid serial visual presentation (RSVP) paradigm. Talk presented in the Symposium  "RIDE - A New Method for the Decomposition of ERPs Based on Latency Variability: Principles and Applications" on the 17th World Congress of Psychophysiology, Hiroshima, Japan

Huang, J., Wang, S.*, & Chen, H.-C. (2014). Different brain dynamics for the late anterior and posterior positivity in semantic processing. Poster presented on the 6th Neurobiology of Language Conference. Amsterdam, Netherlands

Feng, G., Chen, Q., Huang, J., Wang, S*. (2014). Dissociating semantic representation and combinatorial processing in human ventral pathway. Poster presented on the 21th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting. Boston, USA

Huang, J., Wang, S., & Chen, H.-C. (2013). The role of left anterior temporal lobe in semantic integration: Evidence from Event-Related Optical Signals, Poster presented on the 5th Neurobiology of Language Conference. San Diego, USA

Yu, L., FAN, Y., Deng Z., Huang, D., Fan, Y., & Wang, S. (2013). Superior Pitch Perception in Autism? Evidence of Auditory Mismatch Negativity from Chinese . Poster presented on the 20th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting. San Francisco, USA

Huang, J., Wang, S., Chen, H.-C. (2013). Dynamics of Brain Activation in Semantic Priming: A Study Combining ERP and Event-Related Optical Signals. Poster presented on the 20th Anniversary meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. San Francisco, CA.

Yu, L., Fan, Y.,Deng, Z., Huang, D., Fan, Y., Wang, S. (2013). Superior Pitch Perception in Autism? Evidence of Auditory Mismatch Negativity from Chinese. Poster presented on 2013 SRCD(the Society for Research in Child Development) Biennial Meeting. Seattle, WA.

Chow, W.-Y., Wang, S., Lau, E., & Phillips, C. (2013). Predictive computations underlie the N400's Sensitivity to Thematic Role-reversals. Poster presented on the 26th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing Meeting. The University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.

Chow, W.-Y., Phillips, C., & Wang, S. (2013). Are our eyes really faster than our brains? Aligning eye-tracking and ERP time estimates. Poster presented on the 26th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing Meeting. The University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.

Xiang, M., Cui, Y., & Wang, S. (2013). Interference in covert dependencies. Oral presented on the 26th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing Meeting. The University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.

Huang, J., Wang, S., Jia, S., Chen, H.-C. (2012). The dynamics of brain activation in semantic integration: A study combining ERP and Event-Related Optical Signal, Poster presented on the 19th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting. Chicago, USA

Chow, W.-Y., Phillips, C., & Wang, S. (2012)Turning the ‘Dumb N400’ into the ‘smart N400’: What role-reversed sentences tell us about the time course of predictions. Poster presented on the 19th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting. Chicago, USA

Feng, G., Chen, H.-C., Wang, S., (2012). Processing intra-sentential and inter-sentential code switches in comprehension: An fMRI study,19th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, Chicago, USA

Chow, W.-Y., Phillips, C., & Wang, S.  (2012). Turning the ‘Dumb N400’ into the ‘smart N400’: What role-reversed sentences tell us about the time course of predictions. Poster presented on the 25th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing Meeting. CUNY Graduate School and University Center.

Chow, W.-Y., Phillips,  C., & Wang, S. (2012). When having more times don't help:Predictions are necessary for "smart"N400s. Poster presented on the Neurobiology of Language Conference Meeting. San Sebastian, Spain.

Wang, S., Li, N., Chen, H-C. (2012). Semantic Parafoveal Processing in Reading Chinese: An ERP. Poster presented on the 5th China International Conference on Eye Movements, Dalian, China.

Li, N., Wang, S., Sun, D. (2012). Activation of word modulates semantic preview effect. Poster presented on the International Conference on Bilingualism and Comparative Linguistics Meeting . The Chinese University of Hong Kong,CUHK

Li, N., Wang, S. (2012). Semantic Context Affects Preview Benefit during Chinese Sentence Reading. Poster presented on The Fourth Annual Neurobiology of Language Conference. Kursaal Congress Centre,San Sebastian,Spain 


CURRICULUM VITAE

Suiping Wang

School of Psychology

South China Normal University

Shipai, Guangzhou

P. R. China, 510631

Office: +86-20- 85216510

Fax: +86-20- 85216412

Email: suiping@scnu.edu.cn




RESEARCH INTERESTS

Cognitive / neurocognitive basis of reading and language

Higher-order language processing (sentence processing, coreferential resolution, text integration)

Second language learning



EDUCATION

2000, Ph.D. in Psychology, South China Normal University, Guangzhou, China

Dissertation Title: Accessing of Backgrounded Information in Discourse Comprehension

1995, B. A. in Psychology, South China Normal University, Guangzhou, China



ACADEMIC POSITIONS

2011-present "Pearl River Scholar" Distinguished University Professor of Guangdong Province in China

2005-present Professor, Department of Psychology, South China Normal University, Guangzhou, China

2002-2005   Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, South China Normal University, Guangzhou, China

2000-2002   Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, South China Normal University, Guangzhou, China



OTHER POSITIONS

March 2001-May 2001 / January 2007- June 2007  Visiting Scholar, Center of Cognitive and Brain Research, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China,

November 2008 - November 2009 Visiting professor, Department of Psychology, Tufts University,U.S.A.

2007-  Committee member of experimental psychology branch of Chinese Psychological Society

2009- Committee member of Neuroscience technology branch of Chinese Society for Neuroscience



HONORS AND AWARDS

Article “Broca’s area plays a role in syntactic processing during Chinese reading comprehension” is awarded the first prize of the excellent achievements of Philosophy and the Social Sciences from Guangdong Province in the year 2008-2009.

Article “Immediacy of integration in reading Chinese” is awarded the third prize of the excellent achievements of Philosophy and the Social Sciences from Guangdong Province in the year 2006-2007.

Award from National Educational Committee for Excellent Achievements in Educational Science, 2006 (the third author).

PhD dissertation was selected as Annual Top 100 Doctoral Dissertations in 2002 by the Educational Minister of China

Distinguished Teaching Award for Young and Middle-aged Teachers in 2001, South China Normal University



GRANTS

National Natural Science Foundation of China (31571136),“The Cognitive Neural Basis of Pitch Perception in 6- to 12-year-old Mandarin-speaking Children with Autism Spectrum Dsorder: A Cross-sectional and Longitudinal Tracking Study”, PI: 2016-2019
National Natural Science Foundation of U.S.“Computational and psycholinguistic investigations of covert dependencies”(1451635), Co-PI: 2015.6-2018.12
Key Project of National Natural Science Foundation of Guangdong Province, China “The Dynamic Brain Network of Language Comprehension”(2014A030311016),PI: 2014-2016
Joint Project of National Natural Science Foundation of China-Royal Society of Edinburgh“Syntactic and lexical representation and processing in multilingual speakers”(3141101016),PI: 2014-2016

National Natural Science Foundation of China (31271086), Semantic processing in the left anterior temporal lobes. (PI 2013-2016 )

MOE Project of Key Research Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences in Universities(10JJDXLX005),Cognitive and Neural Correlates of Chinese comprehension(PI 2011-2013)

National Natural Science Foundation of China (30970894), Cognitive and Neural Correlates of Semantic and Syntactic Unification in Chinese Sentence Comprehension. (PI 2010-2012 )

Program for New Century Excellent Talents in University in China (No. NCET-08-0645). Cognitive and Neural Correlates of Chinese Sentence Comprehension.(PI 2009-2011)

The key projects of “The 11th Five-year Plan” of Philosophy and Social Sciences in Guangdong. The Integration of Semantic Information from Different Source and its Mechanism during Chinese Sentence Comprehension(PI 2009-2011)

National Natural Science Foundation of China (30670700), Preview effect on Chinese text reading: Eye movement and EEG research (PI 2007-2009 )

Guangdong Province Universities and Colleges Pearl River Scholar Funded Scheme (GDUPS 2011) “cognitive mechanism and Brain network of Chinese semantic processing.(PI 2012-1014)

Guangdong Natural Science Foundation, China (06200524), Chinese natural language processing: Behavioral and neuron-cognitive research (Co-PI 2007-2010)

Guangdong Natural Science Foundation, China (06025045): Preview effect on Chinese reading (PI 2007-2008)

Foundation for the Author of National Excellent Doctoral Dissertation of P. R. China (FANEDD 200208): The cognitive processes and the brain mechanism of natural language processing (PI 2003-2007)

Key State Education Sciences Projects of the “Tenth Five-Year Plan”: The construction of mental representation of Chinese discourse comprehension (PI 2003-2005)



PUBLICATIONS

Feng, G, Chen, Q., Zhu, Z., & Wang, S.* (in press). Separate Brain Circuits Support Integrative and Semantic Priming in the Human Language System. Cerebral Cortex. doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhv148
Antoniou, M., Wong, P., & Wang, S*. (in press). The availability of working memory resources contributes to resolving talker variability. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
Feng, G, Chen, H.-C., Zhu, Z., He, Y., & Wang, S.* (2015). Dynamic brain architectures in local brain activity and functional network efficiency associate with efficient reading in bilinguals. Neuroimage. 119, 103-118.
Li, N., Niefind, F., Wang, S.*, Sommer, W.*, & Dimigen, O. (2015) Parafoveal processing in reading Chinese sentences: Evidence from event-related brain potentials. Psychophysiology. 52(10), 1361-1374.
Xiang, M., Wang, S., & Cui, Y. (2015). Constructing covert dependencies—the case of wh-in-situ processing. Journal of Memory and Language. 84, 139-166.
Yu, L., Fan, Y., Deng, Z., Huang, D., Wang, S.*, & Zhang, Y.* (2015). Pitch processing in tonal-language-speaking children with autism: An event-related potential study. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.45(11), 3656-3667
Zhang, W., Li, N., Wang, X., Wang, S.* (2015). Integration of Sentence-Level Semantic Information in Parafovea: Evidence from the RSVP-Flanker Paradigm. PloS One. DOI:  10.1371/journal.pone.0139016
Wang, F., Ouyang, G., Zhou, C., & Wang, S.* (2015). Re-Examination of Chinese Semantic Processing and Syntactic Processing: Evidence from Conventional ERPs and Reconstructed ERPs by Residue Iteration Decomposition (RIDE). PloS One, 10(1), e0117324. doi:  10.1371/journal.pone.0117324
Zhao, J., Liang, W.-K., Juan, C.-H., Wang, L., Wang, S., & Zhu, Z. (2015). Dissociated stimulus and response conflict effect in Stroop task: Evidence from evoked brain potentials and brain oscillations. Biological Psychology. 104: 130-138
Zhu, Z., Gold, B., Chang, C.-F., Wang, S.*, & Juan C.-H.* (2014). Left middle temporal and inferior frontal regions contribute to speed of lexical decision: A TMS study. Brain and Cognition. DOI: 10.1016/j.bandc.2014.11.002
Yang, J.,Li, N., Wang, S., Slattery, T., Rayner, K. (2014). Encoding the target or the plausible preview word? The nature of the plausibility preview benefit in reading Chinese. Visual Cognition, 22(2):193-213. 
Zhu, Z., Fan, Y., Feng, G., Huang, R.*, & Wang, S.* (2013). Large Scale Brain Functional Networks Support Sentence Comprehension: Evidence from Both Explicit and Implicit Language Tasks. PLoS ONE 8(11): e80214, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0080214
Huang, J., Wang, S*, Mo, D., Jia, S., &Chen, H.-C. (2013). Cortical Dynamics of Semantic Processing during Sentence Comprehension: Evidence from Event-Related Optical Signals. PLOS ONE. 8(8): e70671, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0070671
Zhu, Z., Feng, G., Zhang, J. X., Li, G., Li, H.,& Wang, S*. (2013). The role of the left prefrontal cortex in sentence-level semantic integration. NeuroImage. 76:325-31
Jia, X., Wang, S., Zhang, B., & Zhang, J.X. (2013). Electrophysiological evidence for relation information activation in Chinese compound word comprehension. Neuropsychologia. 51(7), 1296–1301
Li, G., Wang, S., Duan, Y., & Zhu, Z. (2013). Perceptual conflict-induced late positive complex in a modified Stroop task. Neuroscience Letters.542(10):76-80
Wang, S., Mo, D., Xiang, M., Xu, R., & Chen, H.-C. (2013). The Time Course of Semantic and Syntactic Processing in Reading Chinese: Evidence from ERPs. Language & Cognitive processing.28(4): 577-596
Cui, L., Yan, G., Bai, X., Hyönä, J., Wang, S., Liversedge, S. (in press).Parallel Processing of Compound Word Characters in Reading Chinese: An Eye Movement Contingent Display Change Study. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. doi:10.1080/17470218. 2012.667423

Deng, Z., Yu, R., Chen, X., & Wang, S.* (2012). Feedback-related negativity encodes outcome uncertainty in the gain domain but not in the loss domain. Neuroscience Letters. 526(1):5-9

Yang, J., Staub, A., Li, N., Wang, S., & Rayner, K. (2012). Plausibility effects when reading one-and two-character words in Chinese: Evidence from Eye Movements. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 38(6):1801-1809

Zhu, Z., Hagoort, P., Zhang, J. X., Feng, G., Chen H.-C., Bastiaansen, M., Wang, S.* (2012). The anterior left inferior frontal gyrus contributes to semantic unification. Neuroimage. 60 ( 4 ): 2230-7

Qiu, L., Swaab, T., Chen, H.-C., Wang, S.* (2012). The Role of Gender Information in Pronoun Resolution: Evidence from Chinese. PLoS ONE. 7(5): e36156. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0036156

Huang, J., Zhu. Z, Zhang, J. X., Wu, M, Che, H.-C., Wang, S*. (2012). The role of left inferior frontal gyrus in explicit and implicit semantic processing. Brain Research, 1440, 56-64.

Cheung, H., Chen, L., Szeto, C.-Y., Feng, G., Lu, G., Zhang, Z., Zhu, Z., Wang, S*. (2012). False belief and verb non-factivity: A common neural basis? International Journal of Psychophysiology. 83 ( 3 ): 357-64

Chen, L.,  Cheung, H., Szeto, C.-Y., Zhu, Z., Wang, S*. (2012). Do false belief and verb non-factivity share similar neural circuits? Nuroscience Letters, 510(1), 38-42

Yang, J., Wang, S., Tong, X., & Rayner, K. (2012). Semantic and plausibility effects on preview benefit during eye fixations in Chinese reading. Reading and Writing, 25, 1031-1052.

Yang, J., Rayner, K., Li, N., & Wang, S. (2012). Is Preview Benefit from Word n+2 a Common Effect in Reading Chinese? Evidence from eye movements. Reading and Writing, 25, 1079-1091.


Zhang, B., Zhang, John X., Huang, S., Kong, L.Y., Wang, S*. (2011). Effects of load on the guidance of visual attention from working memory. Vision Research, 51,2356-2361

Zhu, Z., Wang, S.*, Feng, G., Li, G.(2011). The neural basis of semantic unification, Psychological Science (in Chinese), 34 (5): 1062-1067

Zhu, Z., Wang, S.*, Feng, G., Liu, Y. (2011). Inferior Frontal Gyrus and Semantic Unification in Sentence Comprehension. Advances in Psychological Science (in Chinese), 19(8),1147–1157.

Deng, Z., Wang, S., Yu, L.(2011). Autistic People’s Enhanced Ability: Superior Pitch Perception. Journal of South China Normal University (Social Science Edition. In Chinese) , 1: 95-99


Zhang, B., Zhang, John X., Kong, L.Y., Huang, S., Zhen,Y., Wang, S*. (2010). Guidance of visual attention from working memory contents depends on stimulus attributes. Neuroscience Letters, 2010,486(3):202-206

Kong, L.Y., Zhang, J., Kang, C., Du, Y., Zhang, B., Wang, S*. (2010). P200 and phonological processing in Chinese word recognition. Neuroscience Letters, Vol. 473 (1), 37-41

Cui, L., Wang, S*., Yan, G., Bai X. (2010). Parafoveal-on-foveal Interactions in Chinese Normal Reading. Acta Psychologica Sinica (Chinese), 42(05): 547-558

Wang, R.,  Mo, L., He, X., Smythe, I., & Wang, S. (2010). Resolution of activated background information in text comprehension. International Journal of Psychology (SSCI), Vol. 45(4): 241 - 249


Zhu, Z., Zhang, J.X., Wang, S., Xiao, Z., Huang, J., & Chen, H.-C. (2009) Involvement of left inferior frontal gyrus in sentence-level semantic integration. NeuroImage 47(2): 756-763. .

Yang, J., Wang, S., Xu, Y., & Rayner, K. (2009). Do Chinese readers obtain preview benefit from word n+2? Evidence from eye movements. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 35(4), 1192-1204.

Yang, J., Wang, S.*, Chen, H.-C., Rayner, K. (2009). The time course of semantic and syntactic processing in Chinese sentence comprehension: Evidence from eye movements. Memory & Cognition , 37(8), 1164-1176

Wang, S., Tong, X., Yang, J., & Leng, Y. (2009). Semantic preview effect on eye movements in Chinese sentence reading. Acta Psychologica Sinica (Chinese) , Vol. 41, No. 3, 201-215.

Qiu, L., Wang, S., Guan, X. (2009). Research on spoken-language comprehension with visual-world paradigm. Journal of South China Normal University (Social Science Edition. In Chinese) , No. 1, 130-136.


Wang, S., Chen, H.-C., Yang, J., & Mo, L. (2008). Immediacy of integration in discourse comprehension: Evidence from Chinese readers’ eye movements. Language and Cognitive Processes , 23:2, 241 -257.

Wang, S., Zhu, Z., Zhang, J. X., Wang, Z., Xiao Z., Xiang H., & Chen, H.-C.(2008). Broca’s area plays a role in syntactic processing during Chinese reading comprehension. Neuropsychologia,46(5):1371-1378.


Wang. S. (2007). Cognitive Development. In H. -C. Chen (Ed). Cognitive Psychology, Wunan Book Company, Taiwan, China

Leng,Y., Mo, L., Wu, J., & Wang. S. (2007). Reactivation and integration of goal information in text comprehension with inclusive relations. Acta Psychologica Sinica (Chinese) , Vol. 39, No. 1, 27-34.


Wang. S., Chen, H.-C., Yang, J., Wu, Y., & Wang, R. (2006). Immediacy of integtation in reading Chinese. Acta Psychologica Sinica (Chinese) , Vol. 38, No. 5, 645-653.

Wang. S., Huang, S., & Yang, J. (2006).The argument and tendency of eye movement studies on language comprehension. Journal of East China Normal University (Educational Sciences, Chinese) , No. 2, 59-65.

Mo, L., Wang. S., & Wang, R. (2006). A review on the researches of text-reading in the past century. Journal of South China Normal University (Social Science Edition, in Chinese) , No. 5, 128-140.

Cui, L., Wang. S., Zhao, J., & Yang, X. (2006). Topic-shift effect during repeated reading: An eye movement study on text of different structure. Psychological Development and Education (Chinese) , No. 4, 77-82.

Zhu, Z., Wang. S., & Wu, Y. (2006).  Semantic and syntactic processing in the brain during sentence comprehension. Journal of South China Normal University (Social Science Edition, Chinese) , No. 2, 117-124.

Yuan, X., Liu, C., Wang. S., & Xiao, S. (2006). Beliefs of language learning and English learning strategies of university students. Studies of Psychology and Behavior (Chinese), Vol. 4, No. 2, 154-159.


Wang. S., Huang, H., & Wu, L. (2005). The language processing function in human cerebral hemispheres. Journal of South China Normal University (Social Science Edition, in Chinese) , No. 5, 115-121.

Wang. S., Huang, H., Zhen, S., & Huang, J. (2005). The storing of discourse topic presentation in the two hemispheres. Psychological Science (Chinese) , Vol. 28, No. 4,912-916.

Wang. S., Chi, Y., Wang, R., & Wu, Y. (2005). The activation and suppression of different anaphoric referents during discourse comprehension. Psychological Science (Chinese), Vol. 28, No. 2,342-346.

Yuan, X., Wang. S., Zhu, B., & Xu, X. (2005). A research on the images of teachers in the eyes of middle school students. Psychological Development and Education (Chinese) , No.3, 89-93.

Chi, Y., Mo, L., & Wang. S. (2005). The effect of roles’ goal on the updating of spatial situation models without clue. Psychological Science (Chinese) , Vol. 28, No. 1, 72-75.

Wang, R., Mo, L., Li, L., Wang. S., & Wu, J. (2005). Perceptual symbol representation and propositional symbol representation in language comprehension. Acta Psychologica Sinica (Chinese) , Vol. 37, No. 2, 143-150.

Wang. S., Yang, J., Huang, S., & Cui, L. (2005). Factors affecting the accessing of backgrounded information in multi-clue discourse comprehension. Psychological Development and Education (Chinese) , No.1, 65-68.


Cheung, H., Chen, H.-C., Creed, N., Ng, L., Wang. S., & Mo, L. (2004). Relative roles of general and complementation language in theory-of-mind development: Evidence from Cantonese and English. Child Development , Vol. 75, No. 4, 1155-1170.

Wang. S., Chen, H.-C., Zou, Y. C.,& Mo, L. (2004). Accessing backgrounded information in text comprehension: A situation-constrained resonance process. Acta Psychologica Sinica (Chinese) , Vol. 36, No. 6, 644-653.

Wang. S., Mo, L. & Guo, S. (2004). The role of elaboration in accessing antecedents in text comprehension. Psychological Science (Chinese) , Vol. 27, No. 6,1300-1303.

Wang. S., Huang, S., & Yang, J. (2004). Event - related potential studies of language comprehension. Journal of South China Normal University (Social Science Edition, in Chinese) , No. 6, 107-113.

Wang. S. & Yang, J. (2004). Activation and suppression of antecedents with elaboration during discourse comprehension. Studies of Psychology and Behavior (Chinese), Vol. 2, No. 2, 425-429.

Yang, J., Wang. S., & Huang, S. (2004). Readers’ construction of trait-based model of character in discourse comprehension. Psychological Science (Chinese), Vol. 27, No. 5, 1146-1149.

Chi, Y., Mo, L., Guan, Y., & Wang. S. (2004). The agreement and argument in the research on text-reading in the west. Psychological Science (Chinese) , Vol. 27, No. 4, 937-939.

Chi, Y., Mo, L., Guan, Y., & Wang. S. (2004). The effect of structure of narrative on updating of spatial situation models without clue. Psychological Exploration (Chinese) , Vol. 24, No. 2, 34-37.


Wang. S., Chen, X., & Zhang, W. (2003). Dynamic test: New development in the modern intelligence test. Theory and Practice of Education (Chinese) , Vol. 23, No. 11, 50-53.

Mo, L., Zou, Y. C., Chen Z., Wang. S., & Wen, Z. (2003). Cognitive development of Chinese children from 3 to 5 years of age in magnitude comparisons of one-figure number. Acta Psychologica Sinica (Chinese), Vol. 35, No. 4, 520-526.


Mo, L., Wang. S., & Chen Z. (2002). A study of the characteristics of information processing of Chinese children’s counting. Psychological Science (Chinese) , Vol. 25, No.6, 641-644.

Zhang, W., Mo, L., Xu, S., & Wang. S. (2002). The effect of different cognitive loads on implicit learning. Acta Psychologica Sinica (Chinese) , Vol. 34, No. 5, 480-486.


Wang. S. & Mo, L. (2001). System-intelligence idea and its enlightenment to education. Theory and Practice of Education (Chinese) , Vol. 21, No. 8, 11-14.

Wang. S., Mo, L., & Xiao, X. (2001). The influence of features of antecedent information on its access during discourse comprehension. Acta Psychologica Sinica (Chinese) , Vol. 33, No. 6, 509-517.

Wang. S. & Mo, L. (2001). Accessing of backgrounded information in discourse comprehension. Acta Psychologica Sinica (Chinese) , Vol. 33, No. 4, 312-319.

Wang. S. & Mo, L. (2001). Cognitive research on discourse comprehension. Journal of South China Normal University (Social Science Edition, in Chinese) , No. 4, 101-108.

Wang. S. (2001). The contention in the study of discourse comprehension and differences concerned. Psychological Science (Chinese), Vol. 24, No. 3, 338-341.

Wang. S. & Mo, L. (2001). Progresses of research on discourse comprehension. Psychological Exploration (Chinese) , Vol. 21, No. 3, 20-25.

Zhang, W., Wang. S., & Yang, N. (2001). Comparisons of programs of early childhood education in the contemporary western countries. Comparative Education Review (Chinese), Vol.22, No.6, 11-15.


Wang. S. (2000). An introduction and evaluation of Carroll's model of cognitive abilities. Psychological Science (Chinese) , Vol. 23, No. 5, 634-635.


Wang. S., He, X., Guo, S., & Mo, L. (1999). The influences of cognitive science on the study of text comprehension. Psychological Science (Chinese) , Vol. 22, No.6, 525-528.

Wang. S., Mo, L., & Zhang, W. (1999). The development and characteristic of contemporary intelligence tests. Journal of South China Normal University (Social Science Edition, in Chinese) , No. 16, 69-73.

Zhang, W., Guo, S., & Wang. S. (1999).Under development and its value. Journal of East China Normal University (Educational Sciences, in Chinese) , No. 4, 70-74.


Zhang, W.,Wang. S. ,& Mo, L. (1998). The status and tendency of intelligence tests. Psychological Science (Chinese), Vol. 21, No. 6, 556-557.


Wang. S.,Zhang, W.,& Mo, L. (1997). The evaluation of learning potential: An dynamic idea on intelligence. Psychological Science (Chinese) , Vol. 20, No. 4, 347-351.

Wang. S. (1997). The research on the transfer of motor-skill learning. Journal of South China Normal University (Social Science Edition, in Chinese) , No. 6, 65-70.


INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS


Wang, S. (2013). Pitch Perception and Phonetic Acquisition in Children with Autism: Evidence from Chinese. Invitied talk to “The 1st International Symposium of Autism”. Guangzhou, China

Wang, S. (2013). Semantic Processing in Chinese Sentence Reading: Evidence from Multi-methodologies. Invited talk to 2013 NSFC - RSE Workshop on Cognitive Neuroscience. Beijing, China

Huang, J., Wang, S., & Chen, H.-C. (2013). The role of left anterior temporal lobe in semantic integration: Evidence from Event-Related Optical Signals, Poster presented on the 5th Neurobiology of Language Conference. San Diego, USA

Huang, J., Wang, S., Chen, H.C. (2013). Dynamics of Brain Activation in Semantic Priming: A Study Combining ERP and EventRelated Optical Signals. Poster presented on the 20th Anniversary meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. Haytt Regency Hotel, San Francisco, CA.

Yu, L., Fan, Y.,Deng, Z., Huang, D., Fan, Y., Wang, S. (2013). Superior Pitch Perception in Autism? Evidence of Auditory Mismatch Negativity from Chinese. Poster presented on the 20th Anniversary meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. San Francisco, CA.

Yu, L., Fan, Y.,Deng, Z., Huang, D., Fan, Y., Wang, S. (2013). Superior Pitch Perception in Autism? Evidence of Auditory Mismatch Negativity from Chinese. Poster presented on 2013 SRC)(the Society for Research in Child Development) Biennial Meeting. Seattle, WA.

Chow, W.-Y., Wang, S., Lau, E., & Phillips, C. (2013). Predictive computations underlie the N400's Sensitivity to Thematic Role-reversals. Poster presented on the 26th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing Meeting. The University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.

Chow, W.-Y., Phillips, C., & Wang, S. (2013). Are our eyes really faster than our brains? Aligning eye-tracking and ERP time estimates. Poster presented on the 26th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing Meeting. The University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.

Xiang, M., Cui, Y., & Wang, S. (2013). Interference in covert dependencies. Oral presented on the 26th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing Meeting. The University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.


Feng, G., Wang, S., & Chen, H.-C. (2012). Processing intra-sentential and inter-sentential code switches in comprehension: An fMRI study. Poster presented on the 19th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting. Chicago, USA

Huang, J., Wang, S., Jia, S., Chen, H.-C. (2012). The dynamics of brain activation in semantic integration: A study combining ERP and Event-Related Optical Signal, Poster presented on the 19th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting. Chicago, USA

Chow, W.-Y., Phillips, C., & Wang, S. (2012). Turning the ‘Dumb N400’ into the ‘smart N400’: What role-reversed sentences tell us about the time course of predictions. Poster presented on the 19th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting. Chicago, USA

Chow, W.-Y., Phillips, C., & Wang, S. (2012). Turning the ‘Dumb N400’ into the ‘smart N400’: What role-reversed sentences tell us about the time course of predictions. Oral presented on the 25th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing Meeting. CUNY Graduate School and University Center.

Chow, W.-Y., Phillips, C., & Wang, S. (2012). When having more times don't help:Predictions are necessary for "smart"N400s. Poster presented on the Neurobiology of Language Conference Meeting. San Sebastian, Spain.

Zhang, W., Wang, S., Li, N., Chen, H-C. (2012). Semantic Parafoveal Processing in Reading Chinese: An ERP.  Poster presented on the 5th China International Conference on Eye Movements, Dalian, China.

Wang, S., Li, N. (2012).Semantic Context Affects Preview Benefit during Chinese Sentence Reading. Poster presented on The 5th China International Conference on Eye Movements, Dalian, China.

Li, N., Wang, S., Sun, D. (2012). Activation of word modulates semantic preview effect. Poster presented on the International Conference on Bilingualism and Comparative Linguistics  Meeting . The Chinese University of Hong Kong,CUHK

Li, N., Wang, S. (2012). Semantic Context Affects Preview Benefit during Chinese Sentence ReadingThe Fourth Annual Neurobiology of Language Conference. Kursaal Congress Centre,San Sebastian,Spain


Wang, S., Zhang, W., Li, N., Chen, H.-C. (2011). Semantic parafoveal processing in Chinese sentence reading: An ERP study. Poster presented on the 3rd Annual Neurobiology of Language Conference. Annapolis, USA

Li, N., Wang, S., Yang, J., Sun, D., & Rayner, K. (2011). Contextual constraint effects on parafovea process in Chinese sentence reading. The 24th Annual Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Stanford University, USA.

Zhu, Z., Feng, G., Hagoort, P., Chen, H.-C., Bastiaansen, M., & Wang, S., (2011). Connectivity within language network was modulated by language task. Poster presented on the 18th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting. San Francisco, USA

Zhu, Z, Wang, S., Hagoort, P., Feng, G., Chen, H.-C., Bastiaansen, M. (2011). Inferior Frontal Gyrus Is Activated During Sentence-level Semantic Unification in Both Explicit and Implicit Reading Tasks. Poster presented on the Second Annual Neurobiology of Language Conference. San Diego, USA


Qiu, L., Wang, S., Swaab, T. Y., Chen, H.-C. (2010). The effect of world knowledge is modulated by distance during pronoun resolution. Poster presented on the Second Annual Neurobiology of Language Conference. San Diego, USA