Editor for this issue: Kevin Burrows
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I an searching for information on phonological neighborhood in Mandarin Chinese and its effects on production/perception, yet the studies I pulled up from databases related to Chinese are all examining orthographic neighborhood in word processing. Does anyone know if such research has been conducted on speech production/perception in Mandarin or if any research team is currently working on it?