Fang Liu
Fang Liu
Associate Professor, School of Psychology & Clinical Language Sciences, University of Reading
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Parallel encoding of focus and interrogative meaning in Mandarin intonation
F Liu, Y Xu
Phonetica 62 (2-4), 70-87, 2005
Intonation processing in congenital amusia: discrimination, identification and imitation
F Liu, AD Patel, A Fourcin, L Stewart
Brain 133 (6), 1682-1693, 2010
Tonal alignment, syllable structure and coarticulation: Toward an integrated model
Y Xu, F Liu
Italian Journal of Linguistics 18 (1), 125-159, 2006
The mechanism of speech processing in congenital amusia: Evidence from Mandarin speakers
F Liu, C Jiang, WF Thompson, Y Xu, Y Yang, L Stewart
PLos one 7 (2), e30374, 2012
Perception of melodic contour and intonation in autism spectrum disorder: Evidence from Mandarin speakers
J Jiang, F Liu, X Wan, C Jiang
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 45, 2067-2075, 2015
Brainstem encoding of speech and musical stimuli in congenital amusia: Evidence from Cantonese speakers
F Liu, AR Maggu, JC Lau, PC Wong
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8: 1029, 2015
A music perception disorder (congenital amusia) influences speech comprehension
F Liu, C Jiang, B Wang, Y Xu, AD Patel
Neuropsychologia 66, 111-118, 2015
Question intonation as affected by word stress and focus in English
F Liu, Y Xu
Proceedings of the 16th international congress of phonetic sciences, 1189-1192, 2007
Intonation systems of Mandarin and English: A functional approach
F Liu
Ph.D. dissertation, University of Chicago, 2009
Post-low bouncing in Mandarin Chinese: Acoustic analysis and computational modeling.
S Prom-On, F Liu, Y Xu
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 132 (1), 421-432, 2012
Differential recognition of pitch patterns in discrete and gliding stimuli in congenital amusia: Evidence from Mandarin speakers
F Liu, Y Xu, A Patel, T Francart, C Jiang
Brain and cognition 79, 209-215, 2012
Morpheme-like prosodic functions: Evidence from acoustic analysis and computational modeling
F Liu, Y Xu, S Prom-on, ACL Yu
Journal of Speech Sciences 3 (1), 85-140, 2013
Individuals with congenital amusia imitate pitches more accurately in singing than in speaking: Implications for music and language processing
F Liu, C Jiang, PQ Pfordresher, JT Mantell, Y Xu, Y Yang, L Stewart
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 75, 1783-1798, 2013
Yeyi clicks: Acoustic description and analysis
SA Fulop, P Ladefoged, F Liu, R Vossen
Phonetica 60 (4), 231-260, 2003
Pitch perception and production in congenital amusia: Evidence from Cantonese speakers
F Liu, AHD Chan, V Ciocca, C Roquet, I Peretz, PCM Wong
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 140, 563-575, 2016
Perception and action de-coupling in congenital amusia: Sensitivity to task demands
VJ Williamson, F Liu, G Peryer, M Grierson, L Stewart
Neuropsychologia 50 (1), 172-180, 2012
Explaining the PENTA model: A reply to Arvaniti & Ladd (2009)
Y Xu, A Lee, S Prom-on, F Liu
Phonology 32, 505-535, 2015
Determining the temporal interval of segments with the help of F0 contours
Y Xu, F Liu
Journal of Phonetics 35 (3), 398-420, 2007
Intonation processing deficits of emotional words among Mandarin Chinese speakers with congenital amusia: an ERP study
X Lu, HT Ho, F Liu, D Wu, WF Thompson
Frontiers in psychology 6, 385, 2015
Perceptual learning of pitch direction in congenital amusia: Evidence from Chinese speakers.
F Liu, C Jiang, T Francart, AHD Chan, PCM Wong
Music Perception 34, 335-351, 2017
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