2021-in press

(* = student author)

in press

  • de Leeuw, E., & Chang, C. B. (in press). Phonetic and phonological L1 attrition and drift in bilingual speech. In M. Amengual (Ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of Bilingual Phonetics and Phonology. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. [abstract | pdf]
  • *Kpogo, F., *Kohut, A., & Chang, C. B. (in press). Expressing diminutive meaning in heritage Twi: The role of complexity and language-specific preferences. In M. Polinsky & M. T. Putnam (Eds.), Formal Approaches to Complexity in Heritage Language Grammars. Berlin, Germany: Language Science Press. [pdf | materials | data]
  • Yao, Y., *Li, M., *Li, S., & Chang, C. B. (in press). Perceiving the social meanings of creaky voice in Mandarin Chinese. In Y. Chen, A. Arvaniti, & A. Chen (Eds.), Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Speech Prosody. [abstract | pdf]


  • Chang, C. B., & Yao, Y. (2024). An individual-differences perspective on variation in heritage Mandarin speakers. In R. Rao (Ed.), The Phonetics and Phonology of Heritage Languages (pp. 208-236). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. [doi | pdf | materials | data | visualizations & code]


  • *Brown-Bousfield, M. M., & Chang, C. B. (2023). Regressive cross-linguistic influence in multilingual speech rhythm: The role of language similarity. In M. M. Brown-Bousfield, S. Flynn, & É. Fernández-Berkes (Eds.), L3 Development After the Initial State (pp. 49-71). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: John Benjamins Publishing. [doi | pdf | materials | data]
  • Chang, C. B., Tang, K., & Nevins, A. (2023). Individual differences in vowel compactness persist under intoxication across first and second languages. In R. Skarnitzl & J. Volín (Eds.), Proceedings of the 20th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (pp. 1182-1186). Guarant International. [pdf | materials | data & supplementary material]
  • Chang, C. B., & Ahn, S. (2023). Examining the role of phoneme frequency in first language perceptual attrition. Languages, 8(1), article 53. [doi | pdf | data]
  • Chang, C. B., & *Fraser, K. (2023). On the auditory identifiability of Asian American identity in speech: The role of listener background, sociolinguistic awareness, and language ideologies. Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America, 8(1), article 5558. [doi | pdf | materials | data]
  • *Kellogg, J., & Chang, C. B. (2023). Exploring the onset of phonetic drift in voice onset time perception. Languages, 8(1), article 78. [doi | pdf | materials | data]


  • Chang, C. B., & *Dionne, D. (2022). Unity and diversity in Asian American language variation: Data from Chinese, Filipino, Korean, and Vietnamese Americans. Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, 46, 060002. [doi | pdf | materials | data]
  • Ahn, S., & Chang, C. B. (2022). Emotion word development in bilingual children living in majority and minority contexts. Applied Linguistics, 43(5), 845–866. [abstract | pdf | materials | data & supplementary material]
  • Tang, K., Chang, C. B., *Green, S., *Bao, K. X., *Hindley, M., *Kim, Y. S., & Nevins, A. (2022). Intoxication and pitch control in tonal and non-tonal language speakers. JASA Express Letters, 2(6), 065202. [abstract | pdf | materials | data | Scilight]


  • *Lopiccolo, D., & Chang, C. B. (2021). Cultural factors weaken but do not reverse left-to-right spatial biases in numerosity processing: Data from Arabic and English monoliterates and Arabic-English biliterates. PLoS ONE, 16(12), e0261146. [abstract | pdf | materials | data & supplementary analyses]
  • Chang, C. B. (2021). Phonetics and phonology of heritage languages. In S. Montrul & M. Polinsky (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Heritage Languages and Linguistics (pp. 581-612). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. [abstract | pdf]

Associate Professor of Linguistics, Boston University