Publications

2024
Van Hoey, T., Yu, X., Pan, T.-L., & Do, Y. (2024). What ratings and corpus data reveal about the vividness of Mandarin ABB words. Language and Cognition, 1–23. open_in_newDOI

Yu, X., & Do, Y. (2024). Perceptual and featural measures of Mandarin consonant similarity: Confusion matrices and phonological features dataset. Data in Brief52, 109868. open_in_newDOI

2023
Huang, T., & Do, Y. (2023). Substantive bias and variation in the acquisition of vowel harmony. Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics, 8(1), Article 1. open_in_new DOI
Do, Y., Havenhill, J., & Sze, S. S. L. (2023). Variation learning in phonology and morphosyntax. Cognition, 239, 105573. open_in_new DOI
Yu, B., & Do, Y. (2023). The Transmission of Vowel Harmony and Vowel Disharmony: An Iterated Learning Study. Proceedings of the Annual Meetings on Phonology10(0). open_in_new DOI file_download PDF
Van Hoey, T. (2023). ABB, a salient prototype of collocate–ideophone constructions in Mandarin Chinese. Cognitive Linguistics. open_in_new DOI file_download PDF
Van Hoey, T., Thompson, A. L., Do, Y., & Dingemanse, M. (2023). Iconicity in Ideophones: Guessing, Memorizing, and Reassessing. Cognitive Science. open_in_new DOI
2022
Do, Y., & Lee, J.-Y. (2022). The effect of pragmatic cues on phoneme perception in  real word recognition. Studies in Phonetics, Phonology, and Morphology2, 193. open_in_new DOI
Lee, J.-Y., & Do, Y. (2022). The Syllable-onset Sibilant-Plosive Clusters Revisited. The New Studies of English Language and Literature81, 127. open_in_new DOI
Thompson, A. L., Chan, M. P. Y., Yeung, P. H., & Do, Y. (2022). Structural markedness and depiction: The case of lower sequential predictability in Cantonese ideophones. The Mental Lexicon. link hdl.handle
2021
Chan, M. P. Y., & Do, Y. (2021). Vowel Modification (Aggiustamento) in Soprano Voices. Music & Scienceopen_in_new DOI
Do, Y., & Havenhill, J. (2021). Production and Substantive Bias in Phonological Learning. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of Phonology 2020. Annual Meeting of Phonology 2020. open_in_new DOI
Do, Y., & Lai, R. K. Y. (2021). Incorporating tone in the modelling of wordlikeness judgements. Phonology, 37(4), 577–615. Cambridge Core.  open_in_new DOI
Do, Y., & Yeung, P. H. (2021). Evidence against the link between learning phonotactics and learning alternations. Linguistics Vanguard. open_in_new DOI
Do, Y., & Shannon, M. (2021). Variation Awaiting Bias: Substantively Biased Learning of Vowel Harmony. To appear in Journal of Child Language open_in_new DOI
Huang, T., & Do, Y. (2021). Directionality of Disyllabic Tone Sandhi Across Chinese Dialects is Conditioned by Phonetically-grounded Structural Simplicity. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of Phonology 2020. Annual Meeting of Phonology 2020. open_in_new DOI
Huang, T., & Do, Y. (2021). Phonetically Grounded Structural Bias in Learning Tonal Alternations. Frontiers in Psychology. open_in_new DOI
2020

Do, Y. (2020). Beyond simplicity: Linking phonological generalizations in acquisition and typology. Invited speaker series, Department of English, Seoul National University.

Do, Y. (2020). The acquisition of phonological variations: The role of inductive bias. Invited speakers series, Department of Linguistics, Seoul National University.

Do, Y., & Lai, R. K. Y. (2020). Accounting for lexical tones when modeling phonological distance. Language. open_in_new DOI
Lai, R. K. Y., & Do, Y. (2020). Large-sample confidence intervals of information-theoretic measures in linguistics. Journal of Research Design and Statistics in Linguistics and Communication Science, 6(1), 19–54. open_in_new DOI
Thompson, A. L., Akita, K., & Do, Y. (2020). Iconicity ratings across the Japanese lexicon: A comparative study with English. Linguistics Vanguard, 6(1). open_in_new DOI
Song, Y., Do, Y., Thompson, A. L., Waegemaekers, E. R., & Lee, J. (2020). Second Language Users show Shallow Morphological Processing. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 42(5), 1121–1136. Cambridge Core. open_in_new DOI
2019
Albright, A., & Do, Y. (2019). A substantive bias for perceptually minimal alternations in Artificial Grammar learning. Old World Conference on Phonology (OCP), 2017.  file_download PDF
Albright, A., & Do, Y. (2019). Paradigm uniformity in the lab: Prior bias, learned preference, or L1 transfer? Annual Meeting on Phonology.
Do, Y., & Lai, R. K. Y. (2019). Measuring Phonological Distance in a Tonal Language: An Experimental and Computational Study with Cantonese. Proceedings of the Society for Computation in Linguistics, 2(1), 371–372. open_in_new DOI

Do, Y., Havenhill, J., & Sevilla, R. M. (2019). Production vs. Perception in implicit learning of phonological alternations. 94th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America

Mooney, S., & Do, Y. (2019). Inductive bias in acquisition of phonological variation in artificial language. Linguistic Society of America (LSA) Annual Meeting. Linguistic Society of America (LSA) Annual Meeting.
Mooney, S., & Do, Y. (2019). Learners change artificial languages to constraint free variation in line with typological principles. Old World Conference on Phonology (OCP), University College London (UCL).
Song, Y., Do, Y., Lee, J., Thompson, A. L., & Waegemaekers, E. R. (2019). The reality of hierarchical morphological structure in multimorphemic words. Cognition, 183, 269–276. open_in_new DOI
Thompson, A. L., Collignon, N., & Do, Y. (2019). Articulatory features of phonemes pattern to iconic meanings: Evidence from cross-linguistic ideophones. Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 1104–1110. file_download PDF
Thompson, A. L., & Do, Y. (2019). Defining iconicity: An articulation-based methodology for explaining the phonological structure of ideophones. Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics, 4(1), 72. open_in_new DOI
Thompson, A. L., & Do, Y. (2019). Unconventional spoken iconicity follows a conventional structure: Evidence from demonstrations. Speech Communication, 113, 36–46. open_in_new DOI
Van Hoey, T., & Thompson, A. L. (2019). The Chinese Ideophone Database (CHIDEOD). Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale, 49(2), 136–167. open_in_new DOI
2018
Do, Y. (2018). Paradigm uniformity bias in the learning of Korean verbal inflections. Phonology, 35(4), 547–575. open_in_new DOI
Havenhill, J., & Do, Y. (2018). Visual Speech Perception Cues Constrain Patterns of Articulatory Variation and Sound Change. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 728. open_in_new DOI
Lai, R. K. Y. (2018). Factors affecting object preposing in Cantonese complex predicates. HKU Working Papers Issue, 87. file_download PDF
Thompson, A. L. (2018). Are tones in the expressive lexicon iconic? Evidence from three Chinese languages. PLOS ONE, 13(12). open_in_new DOI
2016
Do, Y. , Ito, C., & Kenstowicz, M. J. (2016). The base of Korean noun paradigm: Evidence from tone. Korean Linguistics16(2), 111–143. open_in_new DOI
Song, Y., & Do, Y. (2016). Cross-linguistic structural priming in bilinguals: Priming of the subject-to-object raising construction between English and Korean. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 21(1), 47–62. Cambridge Core. open_in_new DOI