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Name: Liang  Chen
Institution: University of Georgia
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State and/or Country: GA
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Specialty: Chinese linguistics, functional linguistics, pragmatics, language acquisition
Selected Publications: *Oller, J. W, Jr. and Chen, L. (2007). Episodic organization and valid measurement. Manuscript accepted for publication. Journal of Quantitative Linguistics, 42, 127-144.

* Chen, L. and Whittington, D. (2006). Organizing intervention relative to the client’s personal experience: A clinical case study. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 20(7-8), 563 - 571.

* Chen, L. and Oller, J. W., Jr. (2005). Using well-chosen motion pictures in L2 classrooms. Canadian Modern Language Review, 62(2), 263-284.

* Oller, J. W., Jr., Chen, L., Oller, S. D. and Pan, N. (2005). Empirical results from a general theory of signs. Discourse Processes, 40(2): 115-144.

* Pan, N. and Chen, L. (2005). Phonological/phonemic awareness and reading: A crosslinguistic perspective. Journal of Multilingual Communication Disorders, 3(2): 145-152.

*Chen, L. (2004). On text structure, language proficiency, and reading comprehension test format interactions: A reply to Kobayashi. Language Testing, 21(2): 228-234.

*Chen, L. and Pan, N. (2003). Negative effect, LF subjacency and feature movement: A comparison between French and Chinese. Journal of Cognitive Sciences 1, 124-144.

Chen, L. (2004). Review of Nunes, T. and Bryant, P. (2004) (eds.). Handbook of Children's Literacy. Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Chen, L. (2004). Review of Achard, M. and Niemeier, S. (2004) (eds.). Cognitive Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition, and Foreign Language Teaching. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Chen, L. (2003). Review of Papathanasiou, I. and De Bleser, R. (2003) (eds.). The Sciences of Aphasia: From Therapy to Theory. Amsterdam/London: Elsevier Science Ltd..

Chen, L. (2003). Review of Taylor, John R. (2002). Cognitive Grammar. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Oxford Textbooks in Linguistics.
Announced on LINGUIST :  The Acquisition and Use of Motion Event Expressions in Chinese
Courses Taught: Language Development
Language Science
Multicultural Issues in SLP
Dissertation Director * of: An Investigation of Native Language Vocabulary and Topic Knowledge as Predictors of Foreign Language Vocabulary Learning in Healthcare Providers
(Marcia Drumhiller, Author)
Reviewer of: Applied Linguistics: Nunes & Bryant, eds. (2004) (LL Issue 15.1228)
Socioling/Multilingualism: De Bot & Makoni (2005) (LL Issue 17.384)
Cognitive Sci/Neuroling: Papathanasiou & De Bleser (2003) (LL Issue 14.2170)
Linguistic Theories: Taylor (2002) (LL Issue 14.2587)
Applied Linguistics/Language Acquisition: Achard & Niemeier, eds. (2004) (LL Issue 15.1868)
Academic Paper Abstract: Development of English referring expressions in the narratives of Chinese–English bilinguals

* This information has been submitted by the dissertation author.

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