Yunlong Huang

Department of Chinese Language and Literature, School of Humanities

Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

Yunlong Huang
PhD candidate

Yunlong Huang is presently a PhD candidate at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. He has been trained in Linguistics since undergraduate and is now majoring in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics.

His research interests include the cognitive mechanism and neural basis of sentence comprehension, and computational cognitive modeling of language understanding. Presently, he is interested in the brain’s processing of both semantic and syntactic information, their interplay with each other and with some more general cognitive systems such as memory in Chinese sentence comprehension, and establishing computational cognitive models of Chinese semantic and syntactic information processing. He mainly uses ERP and fMRI techniques to explore the language information processing of normal human participants.


Dissociation of the Confounding Influences of Expectancy and Integrative Difficulty Residing in Anomalous Sentences in Event-related Potential Studies

1Center for Psychology and Cognitive Science, School of Humanities, Tsinghua University, 2Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, School of Humanities, Tsinghua University, 3Center for Cognition and Mind Sciences, Lab for Language and Cognitive Neurology, National TsingHua University

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