PolyULCNCBS

On-going projects

Project title Grant PI
The effects of overnight consolidation on the generalization across talkers - a case study on Cantonese tones Language Learning Early Career Grant Dr. Quentin Qin
Bilinguals’ Use of Linguistic Cues for Prediction and Adaptation University Postdoctoral Fellowships Scheme Dr. Angel Chan (Chief supervisor)
A Functional Account of Chinese Relative Clauses: The Effects of Topichood on Cantonese-speaking Children’s Acquisition of Relative Clauses and Implications for Chinese Language Learning by South Asian Ethnic Minority Children in Hong Kong The HKPhD Fellowship Scheme Dr. Angel Chan (Chief supervisor)
Influence of Language on Speech Impairments in Parkinson's Disease: Adding Cantonese to the FRALUSOPARK Project RGC PROCORE France/HK Joint Research Scheme Dr. Angel Chan
Neural mechanisms for phonological alternation with high and low productivity – a case study on tone sandhi NSF Dr. Caicai Zhang (Co-PI)
Functional Connectome of Semantic Processing across the Adult Lifespan: A Multi-modal Investigation using EEG and fMRI GRF Prof. William S.Y. Wang
General auditory or speech-specific origin? Talker normalization revisited GRF Dr. Gang Peng
Relations between Theory of Mind, Mental State Terms, and Presuppositions in Cantonese-speaking Children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorders GRF Dr. Candice C.-H. Cheung
Semantic Processing across the Adult Lifespan - A Pilot Study GRF Prof. William S.Y. Wang
Asymmetries in Cantonese Children's Comprehension and Production of Relative Clauses: Structure, Typology and Processing GRF Dr. Angel Chan
A pilot study on the neural mechanisms of the encoding of tone sandhi with high vs. low productivity in Chinese dialects Fund for GRF Project Rated 3.5 (CRG) Dr. Caicai Zhang
Effect of musical disorder on the neural processing of lexical tone ECS Dr. Caicai Zhang
Impact of acquiring Jyutping on speech processing in Cantonese readers: A combined behavioral and event-related study. Departmental Dr. Caicai Zhang
Comprehension of Figurative Language in Cantonese-speaking Children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorders Departmental Dr. Candice C.-H. Cheung
The Sequence of Steps in Theory of Mind Development for Cantonese-speaking Children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder Departmental Dr. Candice C.-H. Cheung
Relative Clause Processing in Cantonese-Speaking Children with Specific Language Impairment: A Pilot Study Departmental Dr. Angel Chan
Psychological and Neural Bases of Tone Perception at Different Stages of Tone Development: The case of of Tibetan Dean's Reserve Dr. Gang Peng
Bilingual NCS children in Hong Kong: Learner Language Characteristics and Second Language Vulnerability Dean's Reserve Dr. Angel Chan