Dr. TSANG, Yiu Kei

BSSc The Chinese University of Hong Kong
PhD The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Assistant Professor, Department of Education Studies

Academic & Professional Experience

2012 – Present Assistant Professor, Department of Education Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University
2009 – 2012 Instructor I, Department of Psychology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Research Interests

  • Chinese Language Processing;
  • Language Education;
  • Morphology;
  • Cognition and Emotion;
  • Decision Making

Research Grants

Sources 3-way Partnership Research Grant, Faculty’s Research Incentives Scheme
Name of the Project  Chinese two-character word behavior database
Duration Sept 2015 to Aug 2016
Total grant sought HK$ 199,720.00
Team members Tsang Yiu Kei as PI; with Chen H.-C., Wang S.-P., Huang, J., & Chan Y.-W. as CI

 

Sources General Research Fund, Research Grants Council
Name of the Project  Tonal processing in the brain: A Cantonese study
Duration 2012 to Dec 2013
Total grant sought HK$ 543,269.00
Team members Tsang Yiu Kei as CI; with Chen H.-C. as PI

Consultancy/Professional/Community Services

Ad hoc reviewers for the following journals:

  • PsyCh Journal;
  • Cognition and Emotion;
  • Journal of Research in Reading;
  • Developmental Psychology;
  • Psychological Reports

Selected Publications

  • Tsang, Y.-K., & Chen, H.-C. (2014). Activation of morphemic meanings in processing opaque words. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 21, 1281-1286.
  • Tsang, Y.-K., Wong, A. W.-K., Huang, J. & Chen, H.-C. (2014). Morpho-orthographic and morpho-semantic processing in word recognition and production: Evidence from ambiguous morphemes. Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience, 29, 543-560.
  • Jia, S., Tsang, Y.-K., Huang, J., & Chen, H.-C. (2013). Right hemisphere advantage in processing Cantonese level and contour tones: Evidence from dichotic listening. Neuroscience Letters, 556, 135-139.
  • Tsang, Y.-K., & Chen, H.-C. (2013). Morpho-semantic processing in word recognition: Evidence from balanced and biased ambiguous morphemes. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 39, 1990-2001.
  • Tsang, Y.-K., & Chen, H.-C. (2013). Early morphological processing is sensitive to morphemic meanings: Evidence from processing ambiguous morphemes. Journal of Memory and Language, 68, 223-239.
  • Tsang, Y.-K., & Chen, H.-C. (2012). Eye movement control in reading: Logographic Chinese versus alphabetic scripts. PsyCh Journal, 1, 128-142.
  • Wu, Y., Mo, D., Tsang, Y.-K., & Chen, H.-C. (2012). ERPs reveal sub-lexical processing in Chinese character recognition. Neuroscience Letters, 514, 164-168.
  • Tsang, Y.-K., Jia, S., Huang, J., & Chen, H.-C. (2011). ERP correlates of pre-attentive processing of Cantonese lexical tones: The effects of pitch contour and pitch height. Neuroscience Letters, 487, 268-272.
  • Tsang, Y.-K., & Chen, H.-C. (2010). Morphemic ambiguity resolution in Chinese: Activation of the subordinate meaning with a prior dominant-biased context. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 17, 875-881.
  • Tsang, Y.-K., & Chen, H.-C. (2009). Do position-general radicals have a role to play in processing Chinese characters? Language and Cognitive Processes, 24, 947-966.
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