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Aubrey (Sin Hang) Lau
I work in the area of psycholinguistics and am particularly interested in sentence processing in language production. My primary research lines involve using speech error elicitation techniques and artificial language learning paradigms to study a few broad questions: What cognitive mechanisms support syntactic processing, resulting in the process being fast, subconscious, and relatively error-free? How do learners acquire syntactic structures based on limited input in a constrained manner, such that they do not over- or under-generalize? What are the planning units in speech? My secondary interest is in using corpus studies to complement my behavioral work. The goal is to infer processing constraints and communication principles from diachronic patterns in language use.
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Lau, S. H.*, Huang, Y.*, Ferreira, V. S., & Vul, E. (2019). Perceptual features predict word frequency asymmetry across modalities. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 81(4), 1076-1087. [pdf]
*This work is the extension of a class project for a graduate statistics course and is co-first authored by Lau and Huang.
Lau, S. H., & Hwang, H. (2016). The Effects of Frequency on Pronoun Production. Journal of Cognitive Science, 17(4), 547-569. [pdf]
Lau, S. H., Momma, S., & Ferreira, V. S. (2020). Learning Structural Alternations: What tells learners how to generalize?. Upcoming poster at the 33rd Annual CUNY Human Sentence Processing Conference in Amherst, MA.
*This poster has one more experiment than the previous version with the same title.
Lau, S. H., Ferreira, V.S., & Momma, S. (2019). Do people structure sentences and words using shared mechanisms?. Poster presented at Psychonomics 2019 in Montreal, Quebec [pdf]
Lau, S. H., Momma, S., & Ferreira, V. S. (2018). Learning Structural Alternations: What tells learners how to generalize?. Poster presented at the International Workshop on Language production in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. [pdf]
*Runner-up for the Student Poster Award (100 euro)
Lau, S. H., & Hwang, H. (2016). The Effects of Frequency on Pronoun Production. Poster presented at the International Workshop on Language production in La Jolla, CA. [pdf]
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