Jerome L Packard
Jerome Packard specializes in Chinese word structure, Chinese psycholinguistics, and Chinese language learning. Professor Packard has performed research on Chinese aphasia and dyslexia, the first-language acquisition of Chinese, and the acquisition of Chinese as a second language. Dr. Packard is the author of numerous publications on the Chinese language, including the books New Approaches to Chinese Word Formation, The Morphology of Chinese and Chinese Children's Reading Acquisition (with W. Li and J. Gaffney). Dr. Packard is also a contributor to Huang, C. and Shi, D. (Eds.). The Cambridge Grammar of the Chinese Language,and Wang, W. S-Y. and Sun, C. (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Chinese Linguistics.
- Chinese word structure, Chinese psycholinguistics, and Chinese language learning
Professor Packard has performed research on Chinese aphasia and dyslexia, the first-language acquisition of Chinese, and the acquisition of Chinese as a second language.
- BA Chinese Language and Literature, University of Massachusetts (1976)
- MA Linguistics, Cornell University (1982)
- PhD Linguistics, Cornell University (1984)
Distinctions / Awards
- 2/05 Faculty Research Exchange Fellow, UIUC/Peking University Exchange Program.
- 6//05 Keynote Lecture, Thirteenth International Conference on Chinese Linguistics, Leiden, The Netherlands.
- 5/12 Faculty Research Exchange Fellow, Center for Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Peking University.
- 10/02 ‘English Sentence Processing in Chinese Speakers of English as a Second Language’. UIUC Research Board ($14,391).
- 9/04 ‘The Effect of Orthographic Density on Word Reading Speed in Chinese’. UIUC Research Board ($7,407).
- 12/04 ‘ERP Correlates of Sentence Processing in Mandarin’. UIUC Research Board ($7,715).
- 12/06 Co-principal investigator (with Hiroko Yamashita and Yuki Hirose) NSF Conference Grant for International Conference on Head-final Structures ($17,915), convened at Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, September, 2007)
- 3/10 ‘The Processing of Complex Structures by Second-language Learners’. UIUC Research Board ($20,350).
- 5/10 Higher Education Partner, US Department of Education Foreign Language Assistance Program (FLAP) grant awarded to Barrington 220 School District, Barrington Illinois. ($1,500,000).
- 5/12 ‘Neurophysiological Evidence of Gaps in Relative Clauses’. UIUC Research Board ($9,470).
- Intermediate Chinese
- The Chinese Language
- Introduction to Chinese Linguistics
- East Asian Language Pedagogy
- History of the Chinese Language
- Morphology of Chinese
- Topics in Chinese Linguistics
- Chinese Grammar and Orthography