last updated: Feb 22, 2020
Mok, P. P. K., Li, V. G., & Fung, H. S. H. (2020). Development of Phonetic Contrasts in Cantonese Tone Acquisition. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 1-14. doi:10.1044/2019_jslhr-19-00152
Luo, J., Li, V. G., & Mok, P. P. K. (2019). The Perception of Cantonese Vowel Length Contrast by Mandarin Speakers. Language and Speech, 1-25. doi:10.1177/0023830919879471
Mok, P., Fung, H. S. H., & Li, V. G. (2019). Assessing the Link Between Perception and Production in Cantonese Tone Acquisition. J Speech Lang Hear Res, 62(5), 1243-1257. doi:10.1044/2018_JSLHR-S-17-0430
Mok, P., Li, V. G., Li, J. J., Ng, H. T. Y., & Cheung, H. (2019). Cross-modal association between vowels and colours: A cross-linguistic perspective. J Acoust Soc Am, 145, 2265-2276. doi:10.1121/1.5096632
Refereed Conference Proceedings
Li, V. G. & Mok, P. (2019) /a-a/ and /i-i/ at three junctures in Cantonese. In Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS 2019). Melbourne.
Li, V. G., Li, X., Luo, J. & Mok, P. (2018) L1 and L2 phonetic reduction in quiet and noisy environments. In Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2018, 848-852. Poznán.
Li, V. G. (2016) Pitching in tone and non-tone second languages: Cantonese, Mandarin and English produced by Mandarin and Cantonese speakers. In Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2016, 548-552. Boston.
Li, G. & Mok, P. (2015) Interlanguage Speech Intelligibility Benefit for Mandarin: Is it from shared phonological knowledge or exposure to accented speech. In Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), Glasgow.
Li, G. & Peng, G. (2014) The influence of sensory memory and attention on the context effect in talker normalization. In Proceedings of the 15th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech), Singapore.
Li, G. & Mok, P. (2012) A preliminary study on the interlanguage speech intelligibility benefit for English-Mandarin bilingual L2 learners. In Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Chinese Spoken Language Processing (ISCSLP), 409-412. Hong Kong.
Li, V. G. & Shi, X. (2018). The effect of boundary on syllable duration in Mandarin: a preliminary study. The 30th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics. Columbus, Ohio. Oral presentation.
Li, V. G. & Lau, C. W-Y. (2017). Phonetic cues for meaning differentiation in sentence final particles: The production and perception of lu in Cantonese. The 22nd International Conference on Yue Dialects. Hong Kong. Oral presentation.
Mok, P., Li, G., Luo, J. & Li, X. (2017). Phonetic reduction in clear and Lombard speech. Seoul International Conference on Speech Sciences (SICSS) 2017. Seoul. Oral Presentation.
Mok, P., Li, G. & Yu, A. C. L. (2016). Cantonese tone change in old speakers. The 21st International Conference on Yue Dialects. Macau. Oral presentation.
Li, G. (2016) Speech rhythm of L2 Mandarin by L1 Cantonese speakers. The 1st International Symposium of Applied Phonetics (ISAPh). Nagoya. Oral presentation.
Mok, P., Li, G. & Xu, B. (2015) Revisiting Cantonese Tone Change (Pinjam). The 20th International Conference on Yue Dialects. Hong Kong. Oral presentation.
Li, V. G. (2017). A preliminary study of final lengthening in Cantonese. Poster Session at the Linguistic Summer Institute 2017. University of Kentucky. Poster presentation.
Li, V. G. & Mok, P. (2017). Effects of prosodic structure on juncture realization and coarticulation in Cantonese. UChicago Linguistic Research Forum. Hong Kong. Poster presentation.
Li, V. G. & Lau, C. W-Y. (2016). Phonetic cues for meaning differentiation in sentence final particles: the case of lu in Cantonese. Annual Research Forum of the Linguistic Society of Hong Kong. Hong Kong. Oral presentation.
Chen, S. & Li, G. (2015) Interaction of First and Second Language in Speech Accommodation: A pilot study of speech accommodation by speakers with different language backgrounds. Poster Session at the LSA summer institute 2015. University of Chicago. Poster presentation.
Li, G. & Xia, Q. (2014) Report of The 5th International Conference in Evolutionary Linguistics. Journal of Chinese Linguistics, 42, 1.