Detailed table of contents
Chapter 1: Chinese character grammar: The very idea
Chapter 2: Character morphology
Chapter 3: Character phonology and phonetics
Chapter 4: Corpus-based evidence for character grammar
Chapter 5: Experimental evidence for character grammar
Chapter 6: Implications and applications
Some related material:
Myers, J. (2021). Levels of structure within Chinese character constituents. In Y. Haralambous (Ed.) Grapholinguistics in the 21st Century: From graphemes to knowledge, Part II (pp. 645-582). Paris: Fluxus Editions.
Myers, J. (forthcoming). Areal script form patterns with Chinese characteristics. To appear in Written Language & Literacy.
Myers, J., & Chen, T.-Y. (2018, October). Productive knowledge of formal regularities in Chinese characters. ICPEAL 17 - CLDC 9, Taipei. (Warning: conference link may automatically open/download a PDF file, depending on your browser)
Myers, J. (2018). The influence of Chinese character form regularities on other orthographic systems. National Chung Cheng University ms. [rejected conference abstract: reviews]
Myers, J. (2017, October). Prosodic structure in Chinese characters, revisited. 2017 ILAS Workshop on Phonetics and Phonology, Taipei.
Myers, J. (2017, June). Grammaticalization frozen in ink: Chinese character semantic radicals as proto-affixes. The 25th meething of the International Association of Chinese Linguistics (IACL25), Budapest.
Myers, J. (2017). The time course of metalinguistic well-formedness judgments in a natural visual system. National Chung Cheng University ms (draft of withdrawn conference talk).
Myers, J. (2016, December). Chinese character form and the mathematics of productivity. International Conference on Asian Linguistics 2016, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Myers, J. (2012, August). Levels of analysis in the generalization of Chinese character regularities. Presented at CogSci 2012: The 34th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Sapporo, Japan.
Myers, J. (2011, September). The psychological reality of formal regularities in Chinese characters. Talk presented at the 7th Conference of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics, Venice, Italy.
Myers, J. (1996, June). Prosodic structure in Chinese characters. Poster presented at the Fifth International Conference on Chinese Linguistics, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan.