研究成果(Publications)

2018-

  • Zhou, J., Ma, G., Li, X., & Taft M. (2018). The time course of incremental word processing during Chinese reading. Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal. 31(3), 607-625. 
  • Zhuang, X., & Wu, C. (2018). Display of required crossing speed improves pedestrian judgment of crossing possibility at clearance phase. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 112, 15-20. 
  • Zhuang, X., Wu, C., & Ma, S. (2018). Cross or wait? Pedestrian decision making during clearance phase at signalized intersections. Accident Analysis and Prevention111, 115-124. 

2017 

  • Yi, W., Lu, S., & Ma, G. (2017). Frequency, contingency and online processing of multiword sequences: An eye-tracking study. Second Language Research33(4), 519-549
  • Ma, G. (2017). Does interword spacing influence lexical processing in Chinese reading? Visual Cognition. 25(7-8), 815-824.
  • Ma, G., Pollatsek, A., Li, Y., & Li, X. (2017). Chinese readers can perceive a word even when it’s composed of noncontiguous characters. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition. 43,158-166.

2016 BEF

  • Sun, R., Zhuang, X., Wu, C., Zhao, G., Zhang, K., (2015). The estimation of vehicle speed and stopping distance by pedestrians crossing streets in a naturalistic traffic environment. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 30, 97-106
  • Zhuang, X., & Wu, C. (2014). Pedestrian gestures increase driver yielding at uncontrolled mid-block road crossings. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 70, 235-244.
  • Zhuang, X., & Wu, C. (2014). Saving energy when using air conditioners in Offices—Behavioral pattern and design indications, Energy and Buildings.76:661-668.
  • Zhuang, X., & Wu, C. (2013) Modeling pedestrian crossing paths at unmarked roadways,  IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 14(3), 1438-1448.
  • 吴昌旭, 马舒, & 庄想灵. (2013). 行人过街的认知心理过程和模型.心理科学进展,21(7),1141-1149
  • Zhuang, X., & Wu, C. (2012). The safety margin and perceived safety of pedestrians at unmarked roadway. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 15(2), 119-131.
  • Zhuang, X., & Wu, C. (2011). Pedestrians' crossing behaviors and safety at unmarked roadway in China. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 43(6), 1927-1936
  • Zhuang, X., & Wu, C., (2011). Modeling of pedestrian crossing behavior at unmarked roadway in China. Proc. in the 1st International Conference on Transportation Information and Safety. Wuhan, China: ASCE
  • Ma, G., Li, X., & Rayner, K. (2015). Readers extract character frequency information from nonfixated-target word at long pre-target fixations during Chinese reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance41, 1409-1419.
  • Ma, G., & Li, X. (2015). How character complexity modulates eye movement control in Chinese reading. Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal28(6): 747-761.
  • Ma, G., Li, X., & Pollatsek, A. (2015). There is no relationship between the preferred viewing location and word segmentation in Chinese reading. Visual Cognition23, 399-414.
  • Ma, G., Li, X., & Rayner, K. (2014). Word segmentation of overlapping ambiguous strings during Chinese reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance40, 1046-1059.
  • Li X., & Ma, G. (2012) Word boundaries affect visual attention in Chinese reading. PLoS ONE. 7(11): e48905. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0048905.
  • 马国杰, & 李兴珊. (2012). 阅读中的注意分配: 序列与平行之争. 心理科学进展20(11), 1755-1767.
 
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