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Dr. WONG Wing Kuen (黃永權博士)

Ph.D. in Psychology (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Assistant Professor

Contact Information

Office: Y7405 AC1
Phone: 34428957
Fax: 34420283
Email: andus.wong@cityu.edu.hk

Research Interests

  • Language processing
  • Speech planning and production
  • Speech motor learning and control
  • Visual word recognition
  • Communication disorders
  • Second language acquisition
I obtained my Doctoral degree (Ph.D. in Psychology) from Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2010. After that I worked as a Post-Doctoral Fellow in both Faculty of Education (Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences) and Institute of Human Performance at the University of Hong Kong. I joined the Department of Applied Social Studies at City University of Hong Kong in Sep 2013. My research interests include 1) Language processing, 2) Speech production, 3) Speech motor learning and control, 4) Stress and speech performance, 5) Visual word recognition, and 6) Communication disorders.


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Journal

  • Wu, Y. , Tsang, YK. , Wong, A. W.K. & Chen, H.-C. (in press). The processing of homographic morphemes in Chinese: An ERP study. Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience.
  • Tse, A. CY. , Wong, A. W.K. , Whitehill, T. , Ma, E. PM. & Masters, R. SW. (2016). Examining the cognitive demands of analogy instructions compared to explicit instructions. International Journal of Speech- Language Pathology.
  • Wong, A. W.K. , Wang, J. , Ng, TY. & Chen, H.-C. (2016). Syllabic encoding during overt speech production in Cantonese: Evidence from temporal brain responses. Brain Research. 1648. 101 - 109.
  • Wong, A.W.K. & Chen, H.C. (2015). Processing segmental and prosodic information in spoken word planning: Further evidence from Cantonese Chinese. Japanese Psychological Research. 57. 69 - 80.
  • Tse, A.C.Y. , Wong, A.W.K. , Ma, E.P.M. , Whitehill, T.L. & Masters, R. (2014). Analogy instruction and speech performance under psychological stress. Journal of Voice. 28. 196 - 202.
  • Wong, A.W.K. , Wu, Y. & Chen, H.C. (2014). Limited role of phonology in reading Chinese two-character compounds: Evidence from an ERP study. Neuroscience. 256. 342 - 351.
  • Tsang, Y.K. , Wong, A.W.K. , Huang, J. & Chen, H.C. (2014). Morpho-orthographic and morpho-semantic processing of ambiguous morphemes: Evidence in word recognition and production. Language and Cognitive Processes. 29. 543 - 560.
  • Wong, A.W.K. , Tes, A.C.Y. , Ma, E.P.M. , Whitehill, T.L. & Masters, R. (2013). Effects of error experience when learning to simulate hypernasality. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 15. 511 - 523.
  • Wong, A.W.K. , Whitehill, T.L. , Ma, E.P.M. & Masters, R. (2013). Effects of practice schedules on speech motor learning. International Journal of Speech- Language Pathology. 15. 511 - 523.
  • Tse, A.C.Y. , Wong, A.W.K. , Ma, E.P.M. , Whitehill, T. & Masters, R.S.W. (2013). Influence of analogy instruction for pitch variation on perceptual ratings of other speech parameters. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 56. 906 - 912.
  • Wong, A.W.K. & Chen, H.C. (2012). Is syntactic-category processing obligatory in visual word recognition? Evidence from Chinese. Language and Cognitive Processes. 27. 1334 - 1360.
  • Wong, A.W.K. , Huang, J. & Chen, H.C. (2012). Phonological units in spoken word production: Insights from Cantonese. PLoS One. 7(11): e48776. doi:10.1371/journal.pone. 0048776
  • Wong, A.W.K. & Chen, H.C. (2009). What are effective phonological units in Cantonese spoken word planning?. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 16. 888 - 892.
  • Wong, A.W.K. & Chen, H.C. (2008). Processing segmental and prosodic information in Cantonese word production. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition. 34. 1172 - 1190.


Last update date : 10 Jan 2017