William S-Y. Wang 王士元
William S-Y. Wang 王士元
Chair Professor at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Professor Emeritus of Univeisty of california
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TitleCited byYear
Competing changes as a cause of residue
WSY Wang
Language, 9-25, 1969
829*1969
Sound change: actuation and implementation
MY Chen, WSY Wang
Language, 255-281, 1975
4921975
Phonological features of tone
WSY Wang
International Journal of American Linguistics 33 (2), 93-105, 1967
380*1967
Paternal population history of East Asia: sources, patterns, and microevolutionary processes
T Karafet, L Xu, R Du, WSY Wang
Am. J. Hum. Genet 69, 615-28, 2001
2722001
Individual Differences in Language Ability and Language Behavior (eds)
CJ Fillmore, D Kempler, WSY Wang
Academic Press: New York, 1979
270*1979
The Chinese language
WSY Wang
Scientific American 228, 53-62, 1973
2691973
Speech recoding in reading Chinese characters.
OJ Tzeng, DL Hung, WSY Wang
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory 3 (6), 621, 1977
2391977
Visual lateralisation effect in reading Chinese characters
OJL Tzeng, DL Hung, B Cotton, WSY Wang
Nature 282 (5738), 499, 1979
2251979
Two aspect markers in Mandarin
WSY Wang
Language, 457-470, 1965
196*1965
The lexicon in phonological change (ed)
WSY Wang
The Hague: Mouton, 1977
191*1977
The first two R's: The way different languages reduce speech to script affects how visual information is processed in the brain
OJL Tzeng, WSY Wang
American Scientist 71 (3), 238-43, Reprinted in Ruddell & Singer, 1983
1841983
Mesozoic tectonic regimes and regional ore-forming background in NE China: Constraints from spatial and temporal variations of Mesozoic volcanic rock associations
WL Xu, F Wang, FP Pei, E Meng, J Tang, MJ Xu, W Wang
Acta Petrologica Sinica 29 (2), 339-353, 2013
1832013
Language change
WSY Wang
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 280 (1), 61-72, 1976
1751976
Brain size does not predict general cognitive ability within families
PT Schoenemann, TF Budinger, VM Sarich, WSY Wang
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (9), 4932-4937, 2000
1662000
Vowel features, paired variables, and the English vowel shift
WSY Wang
Language, 695-708, 1968
1661968
Implementation of phonological change: the Shuang-feng Chinese case
WSY WANG, C Cheng
Papers from the Sixth Regional Meeting, Chicago Linguistic Society., 552-559, 1970
150*1970
Modelling endangered languages: The effects of bilingualism and social structure
JW Minett, WSY Wang
Lingua 118 (1), 19-45, 2008
1442008
Tone 3 in pekinese
WSY Wang, KP Li
Journal of speech and hearing research 10 (3), 629-636, 1967
1401967
Self‐organization and selection in the emergence of vocabulary
J Ke, JW Minett, CP Au, WSY Wang
Complexity 7 (3), 41-54, 2002
1382002
Language regions of brain are operative in color perception
WT Siok, P Kay, WSY Wang, AHD Chan, L Chen, KK Luke, LH Tan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (20), 8140-8145, 2009
1252009
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