Publications

Song, Y., Do, Y., Lee, J., Thompson, A. L., Waegemaekers, E. R. (2019). The Reality of hierarchical morphological structures of multimorphemic words. Cognition 182. [link]

Do, Y. and Lai, R. K. Y. (2019). Measuring phonological distance in a tonal language: an experimental and computational investigation with Cantonese. Proceedings of the Society for Computation in Linguistics (2). [link]

Thompson, A. L. (2018). Are tones in the expressive lexicon iconic? Evidence from three Chinese languages. PLoS ONE 13(12). [link]

Thompson, A. L. and Do, Y. (Submitted). Unconventional forms of Iconicity are Conventional: Evidence from Demonstrations in English Quotatives.

Do, Youngah. (2018). Paradigm uniformity bias in the acquisition of Korean verbal inflections. Phonology 35(4): 1-29. [link]

Lai, R. K. Y. (2018) Some notes on object preposing on Cantonese complex predicates. HKU working papers. [link]

Havenhill, J. and Do, Y. (2018). Visual speech cues constraint patterns of articulatory variation and sound change. Frontiers in Psychology [link]

Song, Y. and Do, Y. (2016) Cross-linguistic syntactic priming in bilinguals: priming of the subject-to-object raising construction between English and Korean. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 21(1): 47-62. [link]

Do, Y. Ito, C., Kenstowicz, M. (2015) The base of Korean noun paradigms: evidence from tone.  Korean Linguistics 16(2): 108-141. [link]

Do, Y. Ito, C., Kenstowicz, M. (2014) Accent Classes in South Kyungsang Korean: Lexical Drift, Wugwords, and Loanword.  Lingua 148: 147-182 [link]

Do, Y. and Kenstowicz, M. (2011) A Note on phonological phrasing in South Kyungsang. Studies in Phonetics, Phonology and Morphology 16(3): 371-382. [link]