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CUI, Gang  
Professor

Education

Sep. 1995—July, 1998:

Ph.D., Research Institute of Foreign Languages, Beijing Foreign Studies University

Sep, 1990—March, 1993:

M.A., English Department, Beijing Foreign Studies University

Sep. 1985—July, 1988:

B.A., Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, Qufu Normal University

Sep. 1984—Aug. 1985:

Undergraduate, Department of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine, Shandong Agriculture University

Work Experience

Aug. 2001—:

Professor, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Tsinghua University

Aug. 1998—July, 2001:

Associate Professor, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Tsinghua University

March, 1993—Aug. 1995:

Associate Professor, Department of Basic Education, Shandong Agriculture University

Aug. 1988—Aug. 1990:

Teaching Assistant, Department of Basic Education, Shandong Agriculture University

Research Interests

Foreign Language Teaching, Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics

Courses Taught

Undergraduate Courses: English Listening, Readings in English Prose, Introduction to Linguistics (II), Introduction to Psycholinguistics

Graduate Courses: Syntax, Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics

Publications

Books

1.    Cui Gang, 1993, English for Advertisement, Beijing Institute of Technology Press

2.    Cui Gang, 1993, 3000 Sentences from English Advertisement: Selection, Analysis and Appreciation, Beijing Institute of Technology Press

3.    Cui Gang, 2001, Speech Disorders of Chinese Aphasics, Aviation Industrial Press

4.    Cui Gang, 2002, A Linguistic Study on Aphasia, Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

5.    Cui Gang, Luo Lisheng, 2006, Theories and Practices of English Teaching, University of International Business and Economics Press

6.    Cui Gang, 2009, 16 Lectures on English Teaching, Tsinghua University Press

7.    Liu Runqing, Cui Gang, 2009, Readings in Modern Linguistics (I), Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

8.    Liu Runqing, Cui Gang, 2010, Readings in Modern Linguistics (II), Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

9.    Cui Gang, 2014, Studies on English Teaching in China, Tsinghua University Press

10.   Cui Gang, 2015, Neurolinguistics, Tsinghua University Press

11.   Cui Gang, Liu Xinmiao & Yang Li, 2016, A Study of Foreign Language Learners’ Individual Differences from the Perspective of Complex Dynamic Systems Theory, Tsinghua University Press

Textbooks & Dictionaries

1.    An Introductory English Course to Traditional Chinese Culture, Tsinghua University Press, 2015

2.    English for E-business (New Version) (Editor-in-chief), (Textbook for National Self-taught Higher Education Examinations), Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, 2013

3.    All-star English (Adapted Edition) (Book, 1, 2, 3, 4) (Editor-in-general) (Textbook for Higher Vocational Education), Higher Education Press

4.    A Training Course of English Pronunciation (Textbook for English Teachers’ Training), Tsinghua University Press, 2009

5.    English (Book 1, 2 )(Editor-in-chief) (Textbook for Secondary Vocational Schools), Higher Education Press, 2007

6.    New Century Standard College English (Editor/Vice-editor-in-chief), Higher Education Press, 2007

7.    English for E-business (Editor-in-chief) (Textbook for National Self-taught Higher Education of E-business Major), Liaojing Educational Press, 2004

8.    Tsinghua English (Book, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8) (Executive Vice Editor-in-general), Tsinghua University Press, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004

9.    Advanced English (Editor-in-chief) (Textbook for Distance Education of Tsinghua University), Tsinghua University Press, 2001

10.   Comprehensive English (Book 1, 2) (Editor-in-chief) (Textbook for Distance Education of Tsinghua University), Tsinghua University Press, 2000

11.   Experimental English Textbook Serial for High School Students in Beijing (Vice editor-in-chief) (Including listening, speaking, reading and writing), Beijing Publishing House, 1998

12.   English-Chinese Dictionary for Middle School Students (Editor-in-chief), Hainan Press, 1998

13.   Larrouse English-Chinese Dictionary (Translator-in-chief), Beijing Publishing House, 2005

14.   New Curriculum English Study Dictionary for Middle School Students (Editor-in-chief), Renmin University Press, 2005

Articles

1.    Cui Gang, 1994, Case studies of Broca’s aphasia, Foreign Language Teaching and Research, 1: 27-33

2.    Cui Gang, 1995, A Critical Review of the Studies on Mental Lexicon, Journal of Shandong Agricultural University (Social Sciences Edition), 1, 4-7

3.    Cui Gang, 1998, Linguistics and Aphasiology, Foreign Language Teaching and Research, 1, 12-18

4.    Cui Gang, 1999, Phonological disorders of Broca’s and conduction aphasics, Foreign Language Teaching and Research, 3, 22-28

5.    Cui Gang, 1999, Syntactic disorders of Broca’s and conduction aphasics, Modern Foreign Languages, 3, 296-307

6.   Cui Gang, 1999, Word frequency report based on the core corpus of COBUILD, Foreign Languages and Their Teaching, 8(Sup.), 25-29

7.    Cui Gang, Sheng Yongmei, 2000, Annotation in language corpus, Journal of Tsinghua University (Philosophy and Social Sciences), 15(1), 8-13

8.    Dai Manchun, Cui Gang, 2000, Two issues in the study of existential sentences, Foreign Languages and Their Teaching, 9(9): 42-46

9     Cui Gang, 2000, Programmatic disorders of Broca’s and conduction aphasics, In Zhang Houchen (ed.) Doctors’ Forum of Foreign Languages in China, Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

10.   Cui Gang, 2001, Introduction to computational psycholinguistics, Foreign Languages and Their Teaching, 10(2): 41-45

11    Cui Gang, 2001, Morphological disorders of Broca’s and conduction aphasics, Acta Psychologica Sinica, 32(Sup.): 65-69

12.  Cui Gang, Zhang Wei, 2002, Broca’s study on aphasia and his contributions to neurolinguistics, Journal of Tsinghua University (Philosophy and Social Sciences), 17(S1), 73-77

13. Cui Gang, Zhang Yue, 2002, The linguistic studies on children’s speech disorders, Foreign Languages and Their Teaching, 11(11): 9-12

14.  Dai Manchun, Cui Gang, 2002, The Null Operator Theory and English Parasitic Gaps, Journal of Foreign Languages, 5, 31-39

15.  Cui Gang, Gu Wei, 2003, The integration of cooperative learning and CAI in language teaching, Tsinghua Journal of Education, 24(1), 104-108

16.  Liu Zhengguang, Cui Gang, 2003, Three processing hypotheses of irony, Journal of Foreign Languages, 2, 32-38

17.  Cui Gang, Duan Jun, 2003, Computational simulation of psycholinguistic models of language production, Tsinghua Journal of Education, 24(Sup.), 48-52

18.  Cui Gang, 2004, Computational simulation of psycholinguistic models of language comprehension, Journal of Tsinghua University (Philosophy and Social Sciences), 19(2), 10-16

19.  Cui Gang, 2004, A few noteworthy issues in English teaching, Foreign Language Teaching and Research in Basic Education, 11, 27-31

20.  Liu Zhengguang, Cui Gang, 2005, Decategorization and the perfect aspect meaning of V2 in the V-V structure. Foreign Language Research, 6, 29-36

21.  Liu Zhengguang, Cui Gang, 2005, Decategorization and the Adv+N construction, Journal of Foreign Languages, 6, 37-44

22.  Liu Zhengguang, Cui Gang, 2005, Grammatical prototype and transitivity, Foreign Languages and Their Teaching, 2, 8-12

23.  Cui Gang, 2005, A study of learners’ autonomy in distance education. In Gu Yueguo (ed.) Studies on Education through Internet. Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

24.  Cui Gang, 2006, Introduction to Connectionism, Foreign Languages and Their Teaching, 2, 4-8

25.  Cui Gang, 2006, The cognitive theory of language learning. In Xu Jianping (ed.) College Foreign Language Teaching and Research, Beijing: Tsinghua University Press

26.  Cui Gang, 2007, Creation and integration: Establishing an English teaching theory system with Chinese characteristics. Foreign Languages in China, 4(1), 57-61

27.  Cui Gang, 2007, English grammar teaching theories and practice, Foreign Language Teaching and Research in Basic Education, 3, 24-29

28.  Cui Gang, 2007, A criticism on connectionism based on the efficiency and complexity of language processing. Foreign Languages and Their Teaching, 5, 1-4

29.  Cui Gang, 2007, Oral English teaching theories and practice. Foreign Language Teaching and Research in Basic Education, 10, 21-26

30.  Cui Gang, 2007, Guidance for the readers of An Introduction to Psycholinguistics by D. D. Steinberg & N. V. Sciarini. World Publishing Corporation

31.  Cui Gang, 2007, Guidance for the readers of Teaching Writing in Second and Foreign Language Classrooms by J. Williams. World Publishing Corporation

32.  Sun Wei, Cui Gang, 2007, An investigation into the in-service English training models for the teachers in higher education in an E-learning environment. Vocational Education in China, 10, 29-31

33.  Liu Runqing, Cui Gang, 2008, A talk about English teaching classroom interaction. Foreign Language Teaching and Research in Basic Education, 1, 36-39

34.  Cui Gang, 2008, A talk about English teaching researches. Foreign Language Teaching and Research in Basic Education, 6, 18-20

35.  Cui Gang, 2008, A critical review about the studies on language learning strategies. Foreign Language Teaching and Research in Basic Education, 7, 25-31

36.  Cui Gang, 2008, Language learning theories and their implications for English learning. In Wu Hongyun (ed.) Theories and Strategies of English Learning. Beijing: China Radio and TV Publishing House

37.  Cui Gang, 2008, Guidance for the readers of Learning Strategies in Foreign and Second Language Classrooms by E. Macaro. World Publishing Corporation

38.  Cui Gang, Huang Wenhong, 2009, The psycholinguistic studies on the syntactic parsing in language comprehension. Foreign Languages and Their Teaching, 2, 1-5

39.  Cui Gang, 2009, A few problems in English classroom in China. Foreign Language Teaching and Research in Basic Education, 2, 26-29

40.  Cui Gang, 2009, The integration of Chinese culture in college English teaching. China University Teaching, 3, 86-89

41.  Cui Gang, Yang Li, 2009, Connectionist models of speech perception. Foreign Language Education, 30(5), 1-4

42.  Zhang Xiuyuan, Cui Gang, 2010, Learning beliefs of distance foreign language learners in China: A survey study, System, 38, 30-40

43.  Cui Gang, 2010. The integration of Chinese culture in middle school English teaching. Foreign Language Teaching and Research in Basic Education, 1, 30-34

44.  Huang Wenhong, Cui Gang, 2010. The past tense debate in psycholinguistic studies. Journal of Foreign Languages, 33(3), 23-31

45.  Cui Gang, 2010. The Foreign Language Education Guided by National Outline for Medium and Long-term Education Reform and Development in China, Tsinghua Journal of Education, 31(Sup.), 45-48

46.  Cui Gang, 2011. A Critical Review of the Studies on the Critical Period Hypothesis of Language Acquisition. Foreign Language Teaching, 32(3), 48-51

47.  Cui Gang, 2011. The Doctrine of the Mean in EFL Teaching in China. Curriculum, Teaching Material and Method, 31(6), 55-60

48. Cui Gang, 2011. The Language Functions of the Right Hemisphere of the Brain. In Shaojie Zhang (ed.) New Horizons in Linguistic Research: Theory and Application. (75-83) Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

49.  Cui Gang, 2011. Theories and Practice of English Vocabulary Teaching. In Exploring the Theory and Practice of Basic Foreign Language Education in China: Articles for the 30th Anniversary of the Founding of the National Association of Foreign Language Education, China Education Society. (384-398). Beijing: People’s Education Press

50.  Cui Gang, 2012. The Studies of Sonority of Aphasics’ Phonological Disorders. Journal of Xi’an International Studies University, 20(1), 34-37, 63

51.  Cui Gang, 2012. The Status Quo, Content and Principles for College English Teaching Research. China University Teaching, 2, 33-38

52.  Cui Gang, 2012. Neurolinguistics: The exploration to the inside of the brain. China Social Sciences Paper, 2012/7/2

53.  Cui Gang, 2012. The professional requirements for middle school English teachers. Foreign Language Teaching and Research in Basic Education, 7, 13-15

54.  Cui Gang, Ma Fengyang, 2012. A critical review of the Tree Pruning Hypothesis of agrammatism. Journal of Foreign Languages, 35(6), 69-76

55.  Cui Gang, 2012. Pronunciation teaching in primary education. Foreign Language Teaching and Research in Basic Education, 8, 3-5

56.   Cui Gang, 2013. Levels of reading and their teaching. Foreign Language Teaching and Research in Basic Education, 7, 3-6

57.   Cui Gang, 2013. The causes of the Junior-2 phenomena and its possible solutions. Foreign Language Teaching and Research in Basic Education, 8, 16-18

58.   Cui Gang, Liu Xinmiao, 2013, A new phase of studies on language learners’ individual differences. Foreign Languages in China, 10(4), 61-68

59.   Cui Gang, Wang Xiaoli, 2014, The studies on the aphasics’ syntactic disorder under the framework of generative grammar. Journal of Xi’an International Studies University, 22(3), 38-41

60.   Cui Gang, Wang Haiyan, 2014, Three major problems and possible solutions in neurolinguistic studies, Journal of Tsinghua University (Philosophy and Social Sciences), 29(5), 148-155

61.   Cui Gang, 2014,The complicatedness of neurolinguistic studies, China Social Sciences Paper, 2014/5/21

62.   Cui Gang, 2014, Two major schools in neurolinguistics, China Social Sciences Paper, 2014/12/17

63.   Cui Gang, Yang Yongjun, 2015, Some reflections on the design and use of English micro-course in middle school. Foreign Language Teaching and Research in Basic Education, 4, 3-7

64.   Wu Wei, Cui Gang, 2016, A study on the process genre approach to teaching literature review writing, Journal of PLA University of Foreign Languages, 39(2), 73-81

65.   Huang Wenhong, Cui Gang, 2016, A critical review about the concept of foreign language learning culture, Modern Foreign Languages, (1), 128-136

66.   Cui Gang, 2017, Theoretical Explanation of the Sentence Comprehension Disorders of Broca’s Aphasics, Journal of Beijing International Studies University, 39(1), 18-29

Educational Reviews

1.    English is not fashion. Shopping Guide, March, 11, 2003

2.    English teaching should not go to extremes. Guangming Daily, Feb. 27, 2003

3.    Teaching English in primary school should not go astray, Guangming Daily, April, 24, 2004

4.    What hinder our steps towards Nobel prize, People’s Daily, Aug. 9, 2007

5.    The internal rules of English learning should be respected, Guangming Daily, Feb. 14, 2008

6.    The special Chinese environment should be taken into consideration in English teaching. China Education Daily, Aug. 8, 2008

7.    Scholarship for the students who got high score in National College Entrance Examinations should be moderate. People’s Daily, July, 24, 2009

8.    2009. The spiritual heritage left by Prof. Zhang Zhengdong. Foreign Language Teaching and Research in Basic Education, 103: 20-22

9.    What can “being hot-potted” tell us? People’s Daily, Feb. 26, 2010/6/12

Interviews

1.    The greatest wish is to get rid of the fickleness in education and academic research—An interview with Prof. Cui Gang of Tsinghua University, Crazy English (Teachers’ Edition), 2006(7)

2.    Reading classics hasn’t to be done wearing ancient clothes and Chinese civilization should not be taught behind closed doors, People’s Daily, 2006/8/18

3.    An interview with Prof. Cui Gang, Foreign Language Teaching and Research in Basic Education, 2007(2)

4.    The craze for the universities in Hong Kong: Competition bring about vitality. People’s Daily, 2007/7/23

5.    Responsibilities and missions—An interview with Prof. Cui Gang of Tsinghua University at the Fourth International Conference of English Language Teaching in China. Test and Assessment, 2009(1)

6.    Experts’ comment about this year’s essay questions of college entrance examination: Variety of topics and attention to reality, People’s Daily, 2009/6/8

7.    Will exams not decide your life when synthetic quality evaluation is integrated with the college entrance examination? People’s Daily, 2009/9/9

8.    Life is the best topic, People’s Daily, 2010/6/9

9.    Neurolinguistics: The brain science based on speech—An interview with Prof. Cui Gang of Tsinghua University, China Social Sciences Paper, 2011/8/25

10.   The Localization of English language teaching in China—An interview with Prof. Cui Gang, Language Teaching and Research in Basic Education, 2016(3)

Research Grants

The Study of Foreign Language Learners’ Individual Differences from the Perspective of Complex Dynamic Systems Theory (Ministry of Education Humanities and social sciences research project, 12YJA740009)

The Study of Aphasics’ Syntactic Disorders in the Framework of Generative Linguistics (National Social Sciences Funding Project, 14BYY065)

 

Contact Information

Address:  Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Tsinghua University

Zip Code: 100084

Email: cuigang@tsinghua.edu.cn

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