Name:Bai Chen
Department:Research Center for Linguistic Sciences
Professional Title:Associate Professor
Research Area:Linguistics Cognitive Neurosciences
 

 


1.Curriculum Vitae
CHEN BAI 
Associate Professor of Foreign Languages and Literature, Tianjin University
My research interest is focused on neurolinguistics, specifically on studies of Chinese semantic and syntax with the technique of Event-related potentials (ERPs).

2.Education Background 
1994/4—1998/3: Scholar of Psychology, Tsukuba University, Japan. 
1999/4—2001/3: Master of Information Sciences, Tohoku University, Japan.
2001/4—2004/3: PhD of Information Sciences, Tohoku University, Japan.

3.Positions & Employments
2011/10 -2016/6
Associate Professor Beijing International Studies University, China. 
2008/9 -2011/9 
Post-doctor, Tsinghua University, China.
2010/12-2011/3 
Visiting Scholar, Maiz University, Germany.
2007/4 -2008/3 
Research Assistant, Marberg University, Germany.
2004/4—2007/3 
Post-doctor, Tohoku University, Japan.

4.Courses
Introduction of Psycholinguistics
Introduction of Linguistics
Introduction of Second Language Acquisition

5.Academic achievements
1)Xue,J., Yang.J., Zhang,J., Qi,Z.H., Bai,C., Qiu,YC. (2013). An ERP study on Chinese native’s second language syntactic grammaticalization. Neuroscience Letterts,534,258-263.
2)Bai,C., Cai, Shushan & Shumacher, B. P. (2011). Reversibility in Chinese word formation influences target identification. Neuroscience Letters 499, 14-18. 
3)Bai, C. & Iwasaki, S. (2009). The influence of perceptual information on Kanji recognition. In: The COE research group of Tohoku Univesity(ed.)(2009). Language, brain and cognitive sciences for second language acquisition. Tokyo: Hituzi press. P183-194.
4)Bai, C., Bornkessel-Schlesewslky, I., Wang, L., Hung, Y., Schesewslky, M., Burkhardt, P. (2008) Semantic composition engenders N400: evidence from Chinese compounds. NeuroReport, 6, 16, 695-699. 
5)Yokoyama, S., Kim, J., Uchida, S. Y., Okamoto, H., Bai, C., Yusa, N., ... & Kawashima, R. (2007). A longitudinal fMRI study of neural plasticity in the second language lexical processing. Neuroscience Research, 58, S174.
6)Iwasaki, S., Kotosaki, Y., Bai, C. (2006). Working memory and persistent inhibitory set: an individual differences investigation. Proceeding of the Cognitive Science Society, Vancouver, Canada. 1151-1156.  
7)Bai, C., Iwasaki, S. (2005). Phonological codes are involved in access to meaning in reading Chinese characters: a study with Stroop paradigm. Acta Psychologica Sinica, 37, 897-902. 
8)Bai, C., Iwasaki, S. (2004). Kanji clarification test: a perceptual priming test for memory study with single Kanji characters. Interdisciplinary Information Sciences, Vol. 10. No. 2. pp. 169-178. 
9)Bai, C., & Iwasaki, S. (2004). Effect of meaningfulness of distractors on magnitude of attentional blink. International journal of psychology  Vol. 39, No. 5-6, pp. 67-67.

6.Honors & Awards
To be updated

7.Contact Information 
Tel: 022-27403691
Email: chen.bai@tju.edu.cn
Address: Room A 355, Building33, School of Foreign Languages and Literature, Tianjin University,Tianjin,300354, P.R.China
 
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