Likan Zhan

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职业经历

  • 2018.12 ~ 现在,副教授,北京语言大学语言康复学院

  • 2016.06 ~ 2018.11,助理研究员,北京语言大学语言康复学院

  • 2014.10 ~ 2016.05,助理研究员,北京语言大学语言科学院

教育经历

  • 2010.10 ~ 2014.09,澳大利亚麦考瑞大学,认知科学专业,哲学博士

  • 2007.09 ~ 2010.07,北京语言大学,认知心理学专业,教育学硕士

  • 2000.09 ~ 2004.07,北京语言大学,对外汉语教学专业,文学学士

教学经历

  • 2019 ~ 现在,实验心理学,
    每周4课时,共68课时,言语听觉本科生

  • 2019 ~ 现在,神经语言学,
    每周2课时,共34课时,相关专业研究生

  • 2017 ~ 现在,行为科学统计学,
    每周2课时,共34课时,言语听觉本科生和相关专业硕士研究生

  • 2016 ~ 现在,R语言与数据统计和数据可视化,
    每周4课时,共68课时,相关专业硕士和博士研究生

  • 2015 ~ 现在,认知神经科学导论,
    每周2课时,共34课时,言语听觉本科生和相关专业硕博士研究生

  • 2015 ~ 现在,医学文献检索与阅读,
    每周3课时,共54课时,言语听觉本科生

  • 2015年秋,普通心理学,
    每周3课时,共54课时,言语听觉本科生

专业技能

  1. 实验技能
  1. 数据分析
  • R语言:除了 R 基本包外,擅长用 data.tabledplyr、和 tidyr 对数据进行预处理; 用 graphicslattice、和 ggplot2 等对数据进行可视化分析;用 carlme4、和 gam 等进行计算模型模拟;自己编写了R包 acqr 以辅助统计教学和数据可视化展示;

  • Julia语言:由于R语言在计算速度上的不足,近期开始使用 julia 语言,尤其是包 MixedModels 开展数据分析。

  1. 其他技能

科研项目、合作平台和奖励

  1. 项目
  • 2019 ~ 2023,现代汉语非现实句的在线加工和习得研究,国家社会科学基金一般项目,[批准号:19BYY087],20万,主持人

  • 2019 ~ 2020,语言理解中预测性加工的眼动和神经振荡模式研究,北京语言大学院级团队项目,[批准号:19YJ080002],7万,主持人

  • 2019 ~ 2023,生成语法的汉语研究与新时代汉语语法理论创新,国家社科基金重大项目,[批准号:18ZDA291],80万,参与者

  • 2019 ~ 2020,现代汉语声调加工和习得研究,北京语言大学校级一般项目,[批准号:18YBT15],7万,主持人

  • 2018 ~ 2023,句法制图视角下的语言习得与认知研究,北京语言大学校级重大项目,[批准号:18ZDJ06], 30万,子项目负责人

  • 2015 ~ 2016,可能世界语义学的实验研究,北京语言大学博士科研启动金,[批准号:15YBB29],2万,主持人

  • 2015 ~ 2016,普通心理学,北京语言大学新任教师支持基金,[批准号:FD201530],0.7万,主持人

  • 2015 ~ 2016,现代汉语声调习得研究,北京语言大学院级项目,[批准号:15YJ050003],7万,主持人

  • 2010 ~ 2014,自然语言中条件句的理解,麦考瑞大学认知科学博士生项目,1万澳元,主持人

  • 2013.10,自然语言中条件句假设特征研究,麦考瑞大学博士生研究基金,0.46万澳元, 主持人

  1. 合作平台
  • 2019 ~ 现在,汉语作为第二语言的习得和教学研究创新团队,北京语言大学一流学科团队建设计划(隽才计划),参与者

  • 2018 ~ 现在,特殊儿童青少年的心智发展和脑发育特征研究创新平台,北京语言大学梧桐创新平台,参与者

  1. 奖励
  • 2013.11:第38届波士顿儿童语言发展研讨会,旅行奖励 300 美元

  • 2013.04:第26届纽约城市大学句子加工会议,旅行奖励 350 美元

学术兼职

  1. 会议组织
  • 国际中国语言学会第24届年会,会务组和咨询委员会委员,2016年7月17日-19日, 中国北京,北京语言大学
  1. 匿名评审
  • Scientific Reports. (2018 - 2019)
  • Journal of visualized experiments. (2018 - 2019)
  • 语言教学与研究 (2016)
  • SAGE Open. (2016)
  1. 执业资格
  • 韦氏婴幼儿智力量表第四版(WPPSI-VI)中文版主试资格

  • 适应性行为评定量表第二版(ABAS-II)中文版主试资格

出版物

  1. 专著
  • Zhan, L. (2015). The Interpretation of Conditionals in Natural Language. Saarbrucken, Germany: Lap Lambert Academic Publishing.
  1. 杂志论文
  • Zhou, P., Ma, W., & Zhan, L. (2019). A deficit in using prosodic cues to understand communicative intentions by children with autism spectrum disorders: An eye-tracking study. First Language. doi: 10.1177/0142723719885270

  • Zhou, P., Zhan, L., & Ma, H. (2019). Understanding others’ minds: Social inference in preschool children with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 49(11), 4523-4534. doi: 10.1007/s10803-019-04167-x

  • Zhou, P., Zhan, L., & Ma, H. (2019). Predictive language processing in preschool children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: An eye-tracking study. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 48(2), 431-452. doi: 10.1007/s10936-018-9612-5

  • Zhan, L. (2018). Using eye movements recorded in the visual world paradigm to explore the online processing of spoken language. Journal of Visualized Experiments, 140, e58086. doi: 10.3791/58086

  • Zhou, P., Ma, W., Zhan, L., & Ma, H (2018). Using the visual world paradigm to study sentence comprehension in Mandarin-speaking children with autism. Journal of Visualized Experiments, 140, e58452. doi: 10.3791/58452

  • Zhan, L., Zhou, P., & Crain, S. (2018). Using the visual-world paradigm to explore the meaning of conditionals in natural language. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 33(8), 1049-1062. doi: 10.1080/23273798.2018.1448935

  • Zhan, L. (2018). Scalar and ignorance inferences are both computed immediately upon encountering the sentential connective: The online processing of sentences with disjunction using the visual world paradigm. Frontiers in Psychology, 9. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00061

  • Moscati, V., Zhan, L., & Zhou, P. (2017). Children’s on-line processing of epistemic modals. Journal of Child Language, 44(5), 1025-1040. doi: 10.1017/S0305000916000313

  • Zhan, L., Crain, S., & Zhou, P. (2015). The online processing of only if- and even if- conditional statements: Implications for mental models. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 26(7), 367-379. doi: 10.1080/20445911.2015.1016527

  • Zhou, P., Crain, S., & Zhan, L. (2014). Grammatical aspect and event recognition in children’s online sentence comprehension. Cognition, 133(1), 262-276. doi: 10.1016/j.cognition.2014.06.018

  • Zhou, P., Crain, S., & Zhan, L. (2012). Sometimes children are as good as adults: The pragmatic use of prosody in children’s on-line sentence processing. Journal of Memory and Language, 67(1), 149-164. doi: 10.1016/j.jml.2012.03.005

  • Zhou, P., Su, Y., Crain, S., Gao, L., & Zhan, L. (2012). Children’s use of phonological information in ambiguity resolution: A view from Mandarin Chinese. Journal of Child Language, 39(04), 687-730. doi: 10.1017/S0305000911000249

  1. 会议论文集或书的章节
  • Zhan, L. (2018). Magnetoencephalography (MEG) as a Technique for Imaging Brain Function and Dysfunction. In Top 10 Contributions on Psychology (Chapter 4, pp. 1-38). Telangana, India: Avid Science

  • Zhan, L., Crain, S., & Zhou, P. (2013). The anticipatory e ects of focus operators: A visual- world paradigm eye-tracking study of “only if” and “even if” conditionals. In N. Goto, K. Otaki, A. Sato, & K. Takita (Eds.), Proceedings of GLOW in Asia IX 2012. Mie University, Japan.

  1. 同行评审的大会报告
  • Zhan, L., & Zhou, P. (2019, June). Children differ from adults in interpreting disjunctions: Evidence from an eye-tracking study. Poster session presented at Psycholinguistics in Iceland - Parsing and Prediction, University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland.

  • Zhan, L. (2017, September). Scalar implicature and ignorance inference are both locally computed: Evidence from the online processing of disjunctions using the visual world paradigm. Oral session presented at the Second High-level Forum on Cognitive Linguistics, University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China.

  • Zhan, L., Crain, S., & Zhou, P. (2013, November). Going beyond the information that is perceived: The hypothetical property of if-conditionals in Mandarin Chinese. Oral session presented at the Second International Conference on Psycholinguistics in China, Fuzhou, China.

  • Moscati, V., Zhan, L., & Zhou, P. (2013, November). Reasoning on possibilities: An eye tracking study on modal knowledge. Poster session presented at the 38th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston University, MA.

  • Zhou, P., Crain, S., & Zhan, L. (2013, November). Anticipatory eye movements in children’s processing of grammatical aspect. Poster session presented at the 38th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston University, MA.

  • Zhan, L., Crain, S., & Zhou, P. (2013, March). The hypothetical property of “if”-statements: A visual- world paradigm eye-tracking study. Poster session presented at CUNY2013: The 26th annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference, Columbia, SC.

  • Zhan, L., Crain, S., & Zhou, P. (2012, July). The interpretation of conditionals. Oral session presented at the 7th International Conference on Thinking (ICT2012), Birkbeck/UCL, London, UK.

  • Zhou, P., Crain, S., & Zhan, L. (2012, March). Children’s pragmatic use of prosody in sentence processing. Poster session presented at the 35th Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW) Workshop: Production and Perception of Prosodically-Encoded Information Structure, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany.

  • Zhan, L., Crain, S., & Khlentzos, D. (2011, August). The basic semantics of conditionals in natural language. Oral session presented at the Harvard-Australia Workshop on Language, Learning and Logic, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.

  • Zhou, P., Crain, S., Gao, L., & Zhan, L. (2010, September). The role of prosody in children’s focus identification. Oral session presented at the Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition - North America 4 (GALANA-4), Toronto, Canada.

  • Zhou, P., Su, Y., Crain, S., Gao, L., & Zhan, L. (2010, August). Children’s use of prosodic information in ambiguity resolution. Oral session presented at the 8th Conference of Generative Linguistics in the Old World Asia (GLOW-in-Asia 8), Beijing, China.

  1. 受邀报告
  • Zhan, L. (2019, August). Gardener or carpenter: Some thoughts on nurturing a child. Invited presentation given at Smiland Daycare Center.

  • Zhan, L. (2018, December). Sentential reasoning and sentential connectives: Conditional, disjunction, negation, and modality. Invited presentation given at the Workshop of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.

  • Zhan, L. (2018, November). Methods of cognitive neuroscience: Focus on language. Invited presentation given at the Child Cognition Laboratory, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.

  • Zhan, L. (2018, November). Visual world paradigm: An eye-tracking technique to study the real time processing of spoken Language. Invited presentation given at the Center for Studies of Chinese as a Second Language, Beijing Language and Culture University, Beijing, China.

  • Zhan, L. (2018, October). Experimental Builder: A what-you-see-is-what-you-get tool to build experiment scripts. Invited presentation given at the Center for Studies of Chinese as a Second Language, Beijing Language and Culture University, Beijing, China.