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Journal articles:

2024 and in press

Qiu, X., Kan, M., Zhou, Y., Bi, Y., & Shan, S. (2024). Shape-Biased CNNs Are Not Always Superior in Out-of-Distribution Robustness. In Proceedings of the IEEE/CVF Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision (pp. 2326-2335). pdf


Tian, S., Chen, Y., Fu, Z., Wang, X., & Bi, Y. (2023). Simple shape feature computation across modalities: convergence and divergence between the ventral and dorsal visual streams. Cerebral Cortex, bhad200. pdf

Ruttorf, M., Tal, Z., Amaral, L., Fang, F., Bi, Y., & Almeida, J. (2023). Neuroplastic changes in functional wiring in sensory cortices of the congenitally deaf: A network analysis. Human Brain Mapping, 1–14. pdf

Wang, J., Wang, X., Zou, J., Duan, J., Shen, Z., Xu, N., Chen, Y., Zhang, J., He, H., Bi, Y., & Ding, N. (2023). Neural substrate underlying the learning of a passage with unfamiliar vocabulary and syntax. Cerebral Cortex33(18), 10036-10046. pdf

Zhang, G., Xu, Y., Wang, X., Li, J., Shi, W., Bi, Y., & Lin, N. (2023). A social-semantic-working-memory account for two canonical language areas. Nat Hum Behav. pdf

Wang, X., Wang, B., & Bi, Y. (2023). Early language exposure affects neural mechanisms of semantic representations. eLife12, e81681. pdf (eLife digest:

Seydell-Greenwald, A., Wang, X., Newport, E. L., Bi, Y., Striem-Amit, E. (2023). Spoken language processing activates the primary visual cortex. PLOS ONE, 18(8): e0289671. pdf

Xiong, Z., Chen, H., & Bi, Y. (2023). Not clear what properties are found or should be: a commentary on Calzavarini (2023). Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 1-3. pdf

Xiong, Z., Tian, Y., Wang, X., Wei, K., & Bi, Y. (2023). Gravity matters for the neural representations of action semantics. Cerebral Cortex, bhad006. pdf

Wen, H., Song, Y., Liang, M., Zhang, P., Wang, X., & Bi, Y. (2023). Pulvinar Response Profiles and Connectivity Patterns to Object Domains. Journal of Neuroscience, 43(5): 812-826. pdf


Wen, H., Xu, T., Wang, X., Yu, X., & Bi, Y. (2022). Brain intrinsic connection patterns underlying tool processing in human adults are present in neonates and not in macaques. NeuroImage, 119339. pdf

Fu, Z., Wang, X., Wang, X., Yang, H., Wang, J., Wei, T., Liao, X., Liu, Z., Chen, H., & Bi,Y. (2022). Different computational relations in language are captured by distinct brain systems. Cerebral Cortex, bhac117. pdf

Sen, S., Khalsa, N. N., Tong, N., Ovadia-Caro, S., Wang, X., Bi, Y., & Striem-Amit, E. (2022). The role of visual experience in individual differences of brain connectivity. Journal of Neuroscience42(25), 5070-5084. pdf

Yang, H., & Bi, Y. (2022). From words to phrases: neural basis of social event semantic composition. Brain Struct Funct, 1-13. pdf

Bola, Ł., Yang, H., Caramazzza, A., & Bi, Y. (2022). Preference for Animate Domain Sounds in the Fusiform Gyrus of Blind Individuals Is Modulated by Shape–Action Mapping. Cerebral Cortex, bhab524. pdf


Wang, X., Li, G., Zhao, G., Li, Y., Wang, B., Lin, C, Liu, X., & Bi, Y. (2021). Social and emotion dimensional organizations in the abstract semantic space: the neuropsychological evidence. Sci Rep, 11, 23572  pdf

Wang, X., & Bi, Y. (2021). Idiosyncratic Tower of Babel: Individual Differences in Word-Meaning Representation Increase as Word Abstractness Increases. Psychological science, 32(10), 1617-1635. pdf

Bi, Y. (2021). Dual coding of knowledge in the human brain. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 25(10). pdf

Fan, S., Wang, X., Wang, X., Wei, T., & Bi, Y. (2021). Visual featural topography in the human ventral visual pathway. Neurosci. Bull, 37(10), 1454-1468 . pdf


BI, Y. Concepts and Object Domains. In: Poeppel, D., Mangun, G. R., & Gazzaniga, M. S. (Eds.) The cognitive neurosciences. MIT Press; 2020. pdf

Hung, J., Wang, X., Wang, X., & Bi, Y. (2020). Functional subdivisions in the anterior temporal lobes: a large scale meta-analytic investigation. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 115, 134-145. pdf

Wang, X., Men, W., Gao, J., Caramazza, A., & Bi, Y. (2020). Two Forms of Knowledge Representations in the Human Brain. Neuron, 107, 383-393. pdf

Yang, H., He, C., Han, Z., & Bi, Y. (2020). Domain-specific functional coupling between dorsal and ventral systems during action perception. Sci Rep, 10, 21200. pdf

Wu, W., Wang, X., Wei, T., He, C., & Bi, Y. (2020). Object parsing in the left lateral occipitotemporal cortex: Whole shape, part shape, and graspability. Neuropsychologia, 138, 1-12. pdf


Wang, X. , Wang, B., & Bi, Y. (2019). Close yet independent: dissociation of social from valence and abstract semantic dimensions in the left anterior temporal lobe. Human Brain Mapping, 1–18.  pdf

王晓莎,毕彦超。(2019)。 抽象概念语义表征的认知神经基础研究。生理学报,71 (1), 117-126。 pdf


Striem-Amit, E., Wang, X., Bi, Y., & Caramazza, A. (2018). Neural representation of visual concepts in people born blind. Nature communications, 9(1), 5250. pdf (Editor Highlights)

Wang, X., Zhuang, T., Shen, J., & Bi, Y. (2018). Disentangling representations of shape and action components in the tool network. Neuropsychologia, 117, 119-210. pdf

Fang, Y., Wang, X., Zhong, S., Song, L., Han, Z., Gong, G., & Bi, Y. (2018). Semantic representation in the white matter pathway. PLoS biology, 16(4), e2003993. pdf (Primer by Pestilli, F., 2018 pLos Biology)

Li, Y., Fang, Y., Wang, X., Song, L., Huang, R., Han, Z., Gong, G., & Bi, Y. (2018). Connectivity of the ventral visual cortex is necessary for object recognition in patients. Human brain mapping, 39(7), 2786-2799. pdf

Wang, X., Xu, Y., Wang, Y., Zeng, Y., Zhang, J., Ling, Z., & Bi, Y. (2018). Representational similarity analysis reveals task-dependent semantic influence of the visual word form area. Scientific reports, 8(1), 3047. pdf

Xu, Y., Wang, X., Wang, X., Men, W., Gao, J. H., & Bi, Y. (2018). Doctor, Teacher, and Stethoscope: Neural Representation of Different Types of Semantic Relations. Journal of Neuroscience, 38(13), 3303-3317. pdf (Journal Club Commentary by Mills-Finnerty, C., 2018 J Neurosci)

Wang, X., Wu, W., Ling, Z., Xu, Y., Fang, Y., Wang, X., Binder, J., Men, W., Gao, J., & Bi, Y. (2018). Organizational Principles of Abstract Words in the Human Brain. Cerebral Cortex, 28(12), 4305-4318. pdf

Chen, K., Ding, J., Lin, B., Huang, L., Tang, L., Bi, Y., Han, Z., Lv Y., & Guo Q. (2018). The neuropsychological profiles and semantic-critical regions of right semantic dementia. NeuroImage: Clinical, 19, 767-774. pdf


Wang, X., He, C., Peelen, M. V., Zhong, S., Gong, G., Caramazza, A., & Bi, Y. (2017). Domain selectivity in the parahippocampal gyrus is predicted by the same structural connectivity patterns in blind and sighted individuals. Journal of Neuroscience, 37(18), 4705-4716. pdf

Yang, H., Lin, Q., Han, Z., Li, H., Song, L., Chen, L., He, Y., & Bi, Y. (2017). Dissociable intrinsic functional networks support noun-object and verb-action processing. Brain and Language, 175, 29-41. pdf

Xu, Y., He, Y., & Bi, Y. (2017). A Tri-network Model of Human Semantic Processing. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1538. pdf

Yuan, B., Fang, Y., Han, Z., Song, L., He, Y., & Bi, Y. (2017). Brain hubs in lesion models: Predicting functional network topology with lesion patterns in patients. Scientific reports, 7(1), 17908. pdf

Cao, M., He, Y., Dai, Z., Liao, X., Jeon, T., Ouyang, M., Chalak, L., Bi, Y., Rollins, N., Dong, Q., Huang, H. (2017). Early Development of Functional Network Segregation Revealed by Connectomic Analysis of the Preterm Human Brain. Cerebral Cortex, 27(3), 1949–1963. pdf

Xie, S., Yang, J., Zhang, Z., Zhao, C., Bi, Y., Zhao, Q., Pan, H., Gong, G. (2017). The Effects of the X Chromosome on Intrinsic Functional Connectivity in the Human Brain: Evidence from Turner Syndrome Patients. Cerebral Cortex, 27(1), 474–484. pdf

Liu, J. , Xia, M. , Dai, Z. , Wang, X. , Liao, X. , & Bi, Y. , et al. (2017). Intrinsic brain hub connectivity underlies individual differences in spatial working memory. Cerebral Cortex, 27, 5496-5508. pdf


Bi, Y., Wang, X., Caramazza, A. (2016). Object domain and modality in the ventral visual pathway. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 20(4), 282-290. pdf

Xu, Y., Lin, Q., Han, Z., He, Y., Bi, Y. (2016). Intrinsic Functional Network Architecture of Human Semantic Processing: Modules and Hubs. NeuroImage, 132, 542-555. pdf

Wang, X., Fang, Y., Cui, Z., Xu, Y., He, Y., Guo, Q., & Bi, Y. (2016). Representing object categories by connections: Evidence from a mutivariate connectivity pattern classification approach. Human brain mapping, 37(10), 3685-3697. pdf

Striem-Amit, E., Almeida, J., Belledonne, M., Chen, Q., Fang, Y., Han, Z., Caramazza, A., & Bi, Y. (2016). Topographical functional connectivity patterns exist in the congenitally, prelingually deaf. Scientific Reports, 6, 29375 . pdf (Reported by Eurekalert! & AAAS science update podcast)

Wang, X., Peelen, M. V., Han, Z., Caramazza, A., & Bi, Y. (2016). The role of vision in the neural representation of unique entities. Neuropsychologia, 87, 144-156. pdf

Fang, Y., Chen, Q., Lingnau, A., Han, Z., Bi, Y. (2016). Areas recruited during action understanding are not modulated by auditory or sign language experience. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10, 94. pdf

Bi, Y. (2016). Nominal classification is not positive evidence for language relativity: a commentary on Kemmerer. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 32(4), 428-432. pdf

Qian, Y., Bi, Y., Wang, X., Zhang, Y. W., & Bi, H. Y. (2016). Visual dorsal stream is associated with Chinese reading skills: A resting-state fMRI study. Brain and Language, 160, 42-49. pdf

Zhou, W., Wang, X., Xia, Z., Bi, Y., Li, P., & Shu, H. (2016). Neural mechanisms of dorsal and ventral visual regions during text reading. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 1399. pdf

Ding, J., Chen, K., Chen, Y., Fang, Y., Yang, Q., Lv, Y., Lin, N., Bi, Y., Guo, Q., & Han, Z. (2016). The Left Fusiform Gyrus is a Critical Region Contributing to the Core Behavioral Profile of Semantic Dementia. Frontiers in human neuroscience, 10, 215. pdf

Xia, M., Lin, Q., Bi, Y., He, Y. (2016). Connectomic insights into topologically centralized network edges and relevant motifs in the human brain. Front Hum Neurosci, 10, 158. pdf

Han, Z., Ma, Y., Gong, G., Huang, R., Song, L., Bi, Y. (2016). White matter pathway supporting phonological encoding in speech production: a multi-modal imaging study of brain damage patients. Brain Structure and Function, 221(1), 577-589. pdf

Chen, Y. , Wang, C. , Liang, H. , Chen, H. , Bi, Y. , & Sun, H. , et al. (2016). Resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging in patients with leukoaraiosis-associated subcortical vascular cognitive impairment: a cross-sectional study. Neurological Research, 38(6), 510-517. pdf


Wang, X., Caramazza, A., Han, Z., Bi, Y. (2015). Reading without speech sounds: VWFA and its connectivity in the congenitally deaf. Cerebral Cortex, 25, 2416-2426. pdf

Bi, Y., Han, Z., Zhong, S., Ma, Y., Gong, G., Huang, R., Song, L., Fang, Y., He, Y., Caramazza, A. (2015). The White Matter Structural Network Underlying Human Tool Use and Tool Understanding.The Journal of Neuroscience, 35(17), 6822-6835. pdf  (Journal Club Commentary by Vonk, J. M. J., 2015 J Neurosci)

Wang, X., Peelen, M., Han, Z., He, C., Caramazza, A., Bi, Y. (2015). How Visual Is the Visual Cortex? Comparing Connectional and Functional Fingerprints between Congenitally Blind and Sighted Individuals.The Journal of Neuroscience, 35(36), 12545-12559. pdf

Fang, Y., Han, Z., Zhong, S., Gong, G., Song, L., Liu, F., Huang, R., Du, X., Sun, R., Wang, Q., He, Y., Bi, Y. (2015). The semantic anatomical network: Evidence from healthy and brain‐damaged patient populations. Human brain mapping, 36(9), 3499-3515. pdf

Lin, N., Wang, X., Zhao, Y., Liu, Y., Li, X., Bi, Y. (2015). Premotor cortex activation elicited during word comprehension relies on access of specific action concepts. Journal of cognitive neuroscience, 27(10), 2051-2062.pdf

Almeida, J., He, D., Chen, Q., Mahon, B. Z., Zhang, F., Goncalves, ó., Fang, Y., Bi, Y. (2015). Decoding visual location from neural patterns in the auditory cortex of the congenitally deaf. Psychological Science, 26, 1771-1782. pdf

Yang, Q., Guo, Q., Bi, Y. (2015). The Brain Connectivity Basis of Semantic Dementia: A Selective Review. CNS neuroscience & therapeutics, 21(10), 784-792. pdf

Lin, N., Bi, Y., Zhao, Y., Luo, C., Li, X. (2015). The theory-of-mind network in support of action verb comprehension: Evidence from an fMRI study. Brain and language, 141, 1-10. pdf

Dai, Z. J., Bi, Y., He, Y. (2015). With Great Brain Hub Connectivity Comes Great Vulnerability. CNS neuroscience & therapeutics, 21(7), 541-542. pdf

Zhou, W., Xia, Z., Bi, Y., Shu, H. (2015). Altered connectivity of the dorsal and ventral visual regions in dyslexic children: a resting-state fMRI study. Frontiers in human neuroscience, 9, 495. pdf

Lin, Q., Dai, Z., Xia, M., Han, Z., Huang, R., Gong, G., Liu, C., Bi, Y., He, Y. (2015). A connectivity-based test-retest dataset of multi-modal magnetic resonance imaging in young healthy adults. Scientific Data, 2, 150056. pdf

Xie, S., Zhang, Z., Zhao, Q., Zhang, J., Zhong, S., Bi, Y., He, Y., Pan, H., Gong, G. (2015). The effects of X chromosome loss on neuroanatomical and cognitive phenotypes during adolescence: a multi-modal structural MRI and diffusion tensor imaging study. Cerebral Cortex, 25(9), 2842-2853. pdf

Dai, Z., Yan, C., Li, K., Wang, Z., Wang, J., Cao, M., Lin, Q., Shu, N., Xia, M., Bi, Y., He, Y. (2015). Identifying and mapping connectivity patterns of brain network hubs in Alzheimer’s disease. Cerebral Cortex, 25(10), 3723-3742. pdf


Peelen, M., He, C., Han, Z, Caramazza, A., Bi, Y. (2014).Nonvisual and visual object shape representations in occipitotemporal cortex: evidence from congenitally blind and sighted adults.The Journal of Neuroscience, 34(1), 163-170. pdf

Bi, Y., He, Y. (2014). Connectomics Reveals Faulty Wiring Patterns for Depressed Brain. Biological Psychiatry, 76(7), 515-516. pdf

Lingnau, A. , Strnad, L. , He, C. , Fabbri, S. , Han, Z. , & Bi, Y. , et al. (2014). Cross-modal plasticity preserves functional specialization in posterior parietal cortex. Cerebral Cortex, 24(2), 541-549. pdf


Han, Z., Ma, Y., Gong, G., He, Y., Caramazza, A., Bi, Y. (2013). White matter structural connectivity underlying semantic processing: Evidence from brain damaged patients. Brain, 136, 2952-2965. pdf

Han, Z., Bi, Y., Chen, J., Chen, Q., He, Y., Caramazza, A. (2013). Distinct regions of right temporal cortex are associated with biological and human-agent motion: fmri and neuropsychological evidence. The Journal of Neuroscience, 33(39), 15442-15453. pdf

Wang, X., Han, Z., He, Y., Caramazza, A., Song, L., Bi, Y. (2013). Where color rests: Spontaneous brain activity of bilateral fusiform and lingual regions predicts object color knowledge performance. NeuroImage, 76(2013), 252-263. pdf

He, C., Peelen, M., Han, Z., Lin, N., Caramazza, A., Bi, Y. (2013). Selectivity for large nonmanipulable objects in scene-selective visual cortex does not require visual experience. NeuroImage, 79, 1-9. pdf

Peelen, M., Bracci, S., Lu, X., He, C., Caramazza, A., Bi, Y. (2013). Tool Selectivity in Left Occipitotemporal Cortex Develops without Vision. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 25(8), 1225-1234. pdf

Guo, Q., He, C., Wen, X., Song, L., Han, Z., Bi, Y. (2013). Adapting the Pyramids and Palm Trees Test, the Kissing and Dancing Test and developing other semantic tests for the Chinese population. Applied Psycholinguistics, 35(6), 1001-1019. pdf [Appendix.docx]

Yu, X., Bi, Y., Han, Z., Law, S. P. (2013). An fMRI study of grammatical morpheme processing associated with nouns and verbs in Chinese. PloS one, 8(10), e74952. pdf


Wei, T., Liang, X., He, Y., Zang, Y., Han, Z., Caramazza, A., Bi, Y. (2012). Predicting Conceptual Processing Capacity from Spontaneous Neuronal Activity of the Left Middle Temporal Gyrus. The Journal of Neuroscience, 32(2), 481-489. pdf

Wang, X., Han, Z., He, Y., Liu, L., Bi, Y. (2012). Resting-State Functional Connectivity Patterns Predict Chinese Word Reading Competency. PLOS one, 7(9), e44848. pdf

Zhang, X., Han, Z., Bi, Y. (2012). Are abstract and concrete concepts organized differently? Evidence from the blocked translation paradigm. Applied Psycholinguistics, 34(5), 1059-1092.pdf

Han, Z., Song, L., Bi, Y. (2012). Cognitive mechanism of writing to dictation of logographic characters. Applied Psycholinguistics, 33(3), 517-537.pdf

Lingnau, A., Strnad L., He, C., Fabbri, S., Han Z. , Bi, Y., Caramazza A. (2012) Cross-modal plasticity preserves functional specialization in posterior parietal cortex. Cerebral Cortex, 24(2), 541-549. pdf

Yu, X., Bi. Y., Han, Z., Zhu, C., Law, S. -P. (2012).Neural correlates of comprehension and production of nouns and verbs in Chinese. Brain and Language, 122(2), 126-31.pdf


Yu, X., Law, S. -P., Han, Z., Zhu, C., Bi, Y. (2011). Dissociative neural correlates of semantic processing of nouns and verbs in Chinese: A language with minimal inflectional morphology. Neuroimage, 58 (3), 912–922. pdf

Bi, Y., Wei, T., Wu, C., Han, Z., Jiang, T., Caramazza, A. (2011). The role of the left anterior temporal lobe in language processing revisited: Evidence from an individual with ATL resection. Cortex, 47(5), 575-587. pdf

Lin, N., Lu, X., Fang, F., Han, Z., & Bi, Y. (2011). Is the semantic category effect in the lateral temporal cortex due to motion property differences? NeuroImage, 55(4), 1853-1864. pdf

Lin, N., Guo, Q., Han, Z., Bi, Y. (2011). Motor knowledge is one dimension for concept organization: Further evidence from a Chinese semantic dementia case. Brain and Language, 119(2), 110-118. pdf

Han, Z., Song, L., Bi, Y. (2011). Cognitive mechanism of writing-to-dictation of logographic characters. Applied Psycholinguistics, 33(3), 517-537. pdf [For the norm of writing-to-dictation of Chinese syllables: pdf  excel ]

Han, Z., Shao, A., Bi, Y. (2011). Double dissociations of word and number processing in auditory and written modalities: A case study. Neurocase, 17(5), 418-424 pdf

Yang, J., Shu, H., Bi, Y., Liu, Y., Wang, X. (2011). Dissociation and association of the embodied representation of tool-use verbs and hand verbs: An fMRI study. Brain and Language, 119(3), 167-174. pdf

王晓莎,王效莹,韩在柱,毕彦超。(2011)。 语义范畴特异性损伤原因探索:物体可操作性的作用。中国卒中杂志,6 (08), 609-614。 pdf

陈静,柳妍,刘方松,宋鲁平,韩在柱,毕彦超。(2011)。物体的颜色知识和运动知识的独立性表征。 中国康复理论与实践,17(3), 201-203。 pdf

刘方松,王强,柳妍,陈静,宋鲁平,韩在柱,毕彦超。(2011)。非言语声音和言语声音表征关系的研究。中国康复理论与实践,17(3), 204-206。 pdf


Bi, Y., Yu, X., Geng, J., Alario, F.-X. (2010). The role of visual form in lexical access: Evidence from Chinese classifier production. Cognition, 116, 101-109. pdf


Bi, Y., Han, Z., & Zhang, Y. (2009). Reading does not depend on writing, even in Chinese. Neuropsychologia, 47, 1193-1199. pdf

Han, Z., & Bi, Y. (2009). Oral spelling and writing in a logographic language: Insights from a Chinese dysgraphic individual. Brain and Language, 110(1), 23-28. pdf

Bi, Y., Wei, T., Janssen, N., & Han, Z. (2009). The contribution of orthography to spoken word production: Evidence from Chinese. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 16 (3), 555-560. pdf

Bi, Y., Xu, Y., & Caramazza, A. (2009). Orthographic and phonological effects in picture-word interference paradigm: Evidence from a logographic language. Applied Psycholinguistics, 30, 637–658. pdf

Han, Z., & Bi, Y. (2009). Reading comprehension without phonological mediation: Further evidence from a Chinese aphasic individual. Science in China Series C: Life Sciences, 52(5), 492-499. pdf


Janssen, N., Bi, Y., & Caramazza, A. (2008). A tale of two frequencies: Determining the speed of lexical access for Mandarin Chinese and English compounds. Language and Cognitive Processes, 23(7-8), 1191-1223. pdf

邵爱惠,郁曦,谭勇,韩在柱,毕彦超。(2008)。复述存在非语义通路:来自一例脑损伤患者的证据。中国全科医学,11(10), 1859-1861。pdf

韩在柱,舒华,毕彦超。(2008)。汉语的认知神经心理学研究。心理科学进展 ,16 (01), 18-25。pdf

刘洁,毕彦超,韩在柱。(2008)。语言书写机制的研究进展:来自失写症的证据。心理科学进展,16 (01), 26-31。pdf


Bi, Y., Han, Z., Shu, H. (2007). Compound frequency effect in word production: Evidence from anomia. Brain and Language, 103, 55-56. pdf

Bi, Y., Han, Z., Shu, H., Caramazza, A. (2007). Nouns, Verbs, Objects, Actions, and the Animate/Inanimate effect. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 24(5), 485-504. pdf

Bi, Y., Han, Z., Shu, H., Weekes, B. (2007). The interaction between the semantic and the nonsemantic routes of reading: Evidence from Chinese. Neuropsychologia, 45, 2660-2673. pdf

Han, Z., Zhang, Y., Shu, H., Bi, Y. (2007). The Orthographic Buffer in Writing Chinese Characters: Evidence from a Dysgraphic Patient. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 24(4), 431–450. pdf

Han, Z., Bi, Y., Zhou, Y., Shu, H. (2007). Does real grammatical class effect in word production exist in isolating languages? Brain and Language, 103(1-2), 65-66. pdf


Bi, Y., Han, Z., Shu, H., Caramazza, A. (2005). Are verbs like inanimate objects? Brain and Language, 95(1), 28-29. pdf

Han, Z., Bi, Y., Shu, H., Weekes, B. (2005). The interaction between the semantic and the nonsemantic routes of reading: Evidence from Chinese. Brain and Language, 95(1), 235-236. pdf

Shu, H., Xiong, H., Han, Z., Bi, Y. (2005). The selective impairment of the phonological output buffer: Evidence from a Chinese patient. Behavioral Neurology, 16(2, 3), 179-189pdf

Caramazza, A., Bi, Y., Costa, A., Miozzo, M. (2004). What determines the speed of lexical access: homophone or specific-word frequency? A reply to Jescheniak et al. (2003). Journal of Experimental PsychologyLearning, emory, and Cognition, 30, 278-282. pdf

Han, Z.,Shu, H., Bai, X., & Bi, Y. (2003). Category-specific semantic deficits: A case study. Acta Psychologia Sinica35, 23-28. pdf

Caramazza, A., Costa, A., Miozzo, M., Bi, Y. (2001). The Specific-Word Frequency Effect: Implications for the epresentation of Homophones in Speech Production. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and cognition, 27(6), 1430–1450. pdf




柏晓利,熊汉忠,徐忠宝,毕彦超,韩在柱,舒华。 (2004)。失语症患者口语命名障碍中语义错误的原因初探。中华神经科杂志,37(4),311-314。


Material appendix

Book chapters

BI, Y. Concepts and Object Domains. In: Poeppel, D., Mangun, G. R., & Gazzaniga, M. S. (Eds.) The cognitive neurosciences. MIT Press; 2020. pdf

HAN, Z., & BI, Y. (2009). Selective Grammatical Class Deficits: Implications for the Representation of Grammatical Information in Chinese. Language Disorders in Speakers of Chinese, 184. pdf

舒华、毕彦超 (2006) 语言损伤与语言表征及加工,罗跃嘉等编辑《汉语认知神经科学》,北京大学出版社

Zhou, X., Shu, H., Bi, Y. & Shi, D. Is there phonological mediated access to lexical semantics in reading Chinese? In Wang, Inhoff & Chen (Eds.), Reading Chinese Script: A Cognitive Analysis. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1998, 135-172