The Archives - The LCL’s Journal
- May 2023: A long overdue update is needed!
- The LCL’s research on Singapore English has been featured in The Business Times!
- Preliminary results from the Small World of Singlish Words project will be presented as a poster at CogSci 2023 (Cynthia also presented at the FASS Brown Bag Seminar and at the Singapore Psychological Society’s AGM in March 2023).
- Our research on the L2 lexicon and phonological communities will be presented at ISB 14 and CogSci 2023 respectively this summer.
- Hot off the press: The first paper in the “Phonological Distance series” was just accepted at JEP:LMC - stay tuned for more details!
- August 2022: The LCL’s research on Singlish word
associations has been featured in Channel
News Asia and The
- June 2022: New publications in Scientific
Reports and Memory and Cognition!
- Cynthia collaborated with Dr. Nala Lee to apply network analysis to language endangerment data. This paper is published in Scientific Reports.
- Cynthia collaborated with Dr. Ying
Li on a project investigating how the semantic histories
of words affect (and is affected by) people’s language
processing. Click here
to read the preprint!
- Cynthia will present a talk at the James Cook University Brown Bag Series on the 29th of April 2022. Details and the Zoom link can be found here.
- April 2022: New publications in Journal of
Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, &
Cognition, Big Data and Cognitive Computing,
and Memory & Cognition!
- Our paper on the humor of word pairs is published in JEP:LMC. Click here to read the preprint!
- Our paper about conceptual representations of domain-specific knowledge among university and high school students is published in M&C. Click here to read the preprint and here to listen a podcast about this work!
- Our paper about gender stereotypes in word co-occurrence
networks of movie plots is published in BDCC. Click here to
read the article!
- March 2022: New publication - Commentary in the Journal of Learning Analytics about how Cognitive Network Science can be useful for the field of Learning Analytics. Click here to read the article.
- November 2021: Cynthia received the Promising Researcher Award from NUS FASS! Check out her interview here.