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PhD student Shulin Zhang publishes article in Brain and Language

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PhD student Shulin Zhang is the co-author (with John Hale, Jixing Li, and Yiming Yang) of an article "Decoding the silence: Neural bases of zero pronoun resolution in Chinese" in the January 2022 issue of Brain and Language (available online now). Chinese, like many other languages, allows speakers to drop subject pronouns. This article uses fMRI data to study how speakers resolve referential expressions, including unspoken ones, in naturalistic language comprehension.

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