Mengtian Chen

Lecturer of Chinese Language, Duke Kunshan University

Her research focus lies in the intersection among psychology, language learning and teaching. She is especially interested in how the acquisitional processes of Chinese as a second language can be explained from a psychology perspective. Recently, her research interests have expanded into multilingual identities of learners and foreign language teacher education.
Chen has a B.A. in teaching Chinese to speakers of other languages and a M.A. in linguistics and applied linguistics from Beijing Language and Culture University, and a Ph.D. in second language acquisition, specializing in speech processing and phonetics, from the University of Iowa. She has been teaching and tutoring Chinese at universities and summer intensive programs since 2011.



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