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Publications of Gary Feng    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

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Journal Articles

  1. Feng, G., Miller, K. F., Shu, H., & Zhang, H.-C. (2009). Orthography and the Development of Reading Processes: An Eye Movement Study of Chinese and English. Child Development, 80, 720-735.
  2. Feng, G. (2009). Time course and hazard function: A distributional analysis of fixation duration in reading. Journal of Eye Movement Research,, 3(2;2), 1-22.
  3. Feng, G. (2009). Why Readers Spend Less Time at Unfavorable Landing Positions. Journal of Eye Movement Research,, 3(2;3), 1-26.
  4. Feng, G. (2006). Reading Eye Movements as Time-series Random Variables: A Stochastic Model. Cognitive Systems Research, 7(1), 70-95.
  5. Feng, G. (2003). From Eye Movement to Cognition: Toward a General Framework of Inference. Psychometrika, 68, 551-556.
  6. Feng, G. (2003). Throwing the baby out with the bath water: Problems in modeling aggregated eye-movement data. Brain and Behavioral Sciences, 26, 482.
  7. Feng, G., Miller, K., Shu, H., & Zhang, H. (2001). Rowed to recovery: The use of phonological and orthographic information in reading Chinese and English. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 27, 1079-1100.
  8. Kelly, M., Miller, K., Fang, G. & Feng, G (1999). When Days Are Numbered: Calendar Structure and the Development of Calendar Processing in English and Chinese. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 73, 289-314.
  9. Fang, G., Fang, F. & Feng, G (1995). A comparative study of elementary school students' mathematics achievement and motivations. Chinese University of Hong Kong Elementary Education, 2, 51-56.
  10. Fang, G., Feng, G.,Fang, F. & Jiang, T (1994). Preschoolers' estimation of time duration and their cognitive strategies. Psychological Science (China), 17, 3-9.
  11. Fang, G., Feng, G., Jiang, T. & Fang, F. (1993). Time duration estimated by preschoolers and their strategies. Acta Psychologica Sinica, 25, 346-352.

Chapters in Books

  1. Moreton, E., Feng, G., & Smith, L. "Syllabification, sonority, and perception: new evidence from a language game.." Chicago Linguistic Society 41: The Main Session. Ed. R. L. Edwards, P. J. Midtlyng, C. L. Sprague, & K. G. Stensrud CLS, 2008: 341-355.
  2. G. Feng "Theory of Mind." International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd edition. 2008
  3. G. Feng "Orthography and Eye Movements: The Paraorthographic Linkage Hypothesis." Cognitive and Cultural Influences on Eye Movements. Ed. K. Rayner, D. Shen, X. Bai, & G. Yan Psychology Press, 2008
  4. Feng, G. "Eye movements in Chinese reading." Handbook of East Asian Psycholinguistics, Vol. 1: Chinese Psycholinguistics. Ed. P. Li, et al. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University, 2006

Articles Submitted

  1. Feng, G., Miller, K.F. Shu, H & Zhang, H-C (2007). Orthography and the Development of Reading Processes: An Eye Movement Study of Chinese and English. Child Development.
  2. Kaefer, T. & G. Feng (2007). From Symbols to Symbol Systems: Pre-reading Children's Emergent Understanding of Print.. Child Development.

Other

  1. Moreton, E., Feng, G., and Smith, L. (2006). Syllabification, sonority, and perception: new evidence from a language game. Rutgers Optimality Archive, 829-0506.

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