East Asian PsychLing Network
This site serves as the East Asian PsychLing Network homepage. Our purpose in creating this site is to promote cognitive research of the East Asian languages by scholars around the world. We hope that our site will provide an important avenue for researchers to share, integrate, and disseminate information in a timely and effortless manner, and that it will facilitate national and international collaboration among colleagues in the field. Please see the Handbook for more information on the project.
Note: Information posted on this website is provided on a voluntary basis, and could be collected by any researcher who wishes to do so. If you do not want your name or your information to be released here, please email and we will be glad to remove that information.
Chinese PsychLing Network
The info-psyling-cn mailing list is created in response to the rapid growth of interests in cognitive and psycholinguistic research from a crosslinguistic perspective (particularly Chinese). It aims at enhancing rapid exchange of information among researchers in the field. We anticipate a moderate amount of traffic on the mailing list (e.g., 1-2 messages per week on average). A few general rules and user privileges are:
- Users are encouraged to post inquiries or discussions regarding a research question in psycholinguistic/cognitive studies of Chinese or crosslinguistic studies of Chinese and other languages;
- Users are encouraged to request information about references for a specific research project related to psycholinguistics;
- Users are encouraged to announce conferences, workshops, job opportunities, or database and archival information related to psycholinguistic research;
- Users can announce their significant publications in academic journals and books or other scientific outlets;
- Users can post table of contents from their edited volumes or journals;
- Users will have access to a public database that contains APA-style references in Chinese psycholinguistics (under construction).
In order to block email spams or viruses, only subscribed users can post messages to the mailing list, and no attachments are allowed on the list. Commercial messages unrelated to scientific research will result in the permanent removal of the user from the list.
To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the psych-ling archives. (The current archive is only available to the list members.)
For more information and to subscribe to this list, click here.
Japanese and Korean PsychLing Networks
We have no information regarding the Japanese or Korean networks at this point. Please keep checking for updates in the near future. Thank you for your patience.