Peng Li

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Visiting address Niels Henrik Abels vei 36 Henrik Wergelands hus 0313 Oslo
Postal address Postboks 1102 Blindern 0316 Oslo

Academic interests

Peng Li is a postdoc fellow of psycholinguistics at the University of Oslo. His current research interests include multilingualism, second language acquisition with a focus on speech production, and multimodality.


2018-2021  Ph.D. in Translation and Language Sciences,
                   Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Spain)

2017-2018  M.A. in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, 
                   Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Spain)

2010-2013  M.A. in Japanese Language and Literature,
                   Tianjin Foreign Studies University (China)

2006-2010  B.A. in Japanese, Dezhou University (China)

Courses taught

  • Japanese Linguistics, Hefei University (China)
  • Basic Japanese, Hefei University (China)
  • Japanese Writing, Hefei University (China)
  • Japanese Reading, Hefei University (China)
  • B.A. final projects in Japanese studies, Hefei University (China)

Positions held

  • 2013-2017  Assistant Lecturer of Japanese, Hefei University (China)


Tags: Second language acquisition, Multilingualism, Speech production, gestures, Multimodality

Selected publications

  • Ozakin, A., Xi, X., Li, P., & Prieto, P. (provisionally accepted). Thanks or tanks: Training with tactile cues facilitatesthe pronunciation of non-native English interdental consonants. Language, Learning and Development
  • Li, P., Xi, X., Baills, F. & Prieto, P. (2021).Training non-native aspirated plosives with hand gestures: Learners'gesture performance matters. Language Cognition and Neuroscience,36(10): 1313-1328.
  • Li, P., Baills, F. & Prieto, P. (2020). Observing and producing durational hand gestures facilitates the pronunciation of novel vowel-length contrasts. Studies in Second Language Acquisition,42(5):1015 - 1039.
  • Xi, X., Li, P., Baills, F. & Prieto, P. (2020). Hand gestures facilitate the acquisition of novel phonemic contrastswhen appropriately mimic target phonetic features. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research,63(11):3571-3585.
Published Feb. 4, 2022 1:57 PM - Last modified May 16, 2022 12:31 PM