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Patrick Chu
Education University of Hong Kong
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Aspectual asymmetries in the mental representation of events: Role of lexical and grammatical aspect
FH Yap, PCK Chu, ESM Yiu, SF Wong, SWM Kwan, S Matthews, LH Tan, ...
Memory & cognition 37, 587-595, 2009
562009
Conflict monitoring in multi-sensory flanker tasks: Effects of cross-modal distractors on the N2 component
MCM Fong, NY Hui, ESW Fung, PCK Chu, WSY Wang
Neuroscience Letters 670, 31-35, 2018
102018
Are there six or nine tones in Cantonese?
PCK Chu, M Taft
Proceedings of the Psycholinguistic Representation of Tone Conference, Hong …, 2011
92011
Aspectual asymmetries in the mental representation of events: significance of lexical aspect
PCK Chu, SWM Kwan, S Matthews, FH Yap, ES Man Yiu, SF Wong, ...
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 28 (28), 2006
52006
Towards a Model of Second Language Word Production and Recognition in Mandarin
PCK Chu
International Conference on Chinese Language Learning and Teaching in the …, 2011
32011
Regularity and Congruency effect in Cantonese speakers’ phonological knowledge of Mandarin words
PCK Chu, M Taft
38th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference, Auckland, April, 28-30, 2011
32011
How Cantonese listeners process Mandarin tones: Implications for the second-language phonological lexicon
PCK Chu, M Taft
8th International Symposium on Bilingualism, Oslo, June, 15-18, 2011
32011
Interlanguage Speech Intelligibility Benefit and the Mental Representation of Second Language Speech Sounds
PCK Chu, M Taft
Phonetica 65, 131-147, 2010
32010
The mental representation of second language phonological lexicons: Implications from the recognition of Mandarin mispronounced words by Cantonese and Mandarin speakers
PCK Chu, M Taft
Annual Research Forum of the Linguistic Society of HK, Hong Kong, 2010
32010
Do first‐language (L1) phonemic categories play a role in the perception of second‐language (L2) phonemic contrasts? A look from the perception of Cantonese codas by Mandarin …
PCK Chu
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125 (4), 2763-2763, 2009
12009
Positive and Negative Transfers in the Pronunciation Learning of Japanese Onyomi Kanji by Native Cantonese Speakers
PCK Chu
Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on Japanese Language …, 2009
12009
A Semantic Study of Container Classifiers in Cantonese
PCK Chu, F Wong
Poster presentation at the 12th International Conference on the Processing of, 2007
12007
Assessing aspectual asymmetries in human language processing
FH Yap, SWM Kwan, ESM Yiu, PCK Chu, SF Wong
ITRW on Experimental Linguistics, 2006
2006
Patrick Chu, PhD Research on Aspectual Asymmetry in the Human Mind
FH Yap, PCK Chu, LH Tan, P Li, Y Shirai
The interaction of lexical and grammatical aspect on language processing
FH YAP, S KWAN, P CHU, E YIU, S WONG, S RHEE, Y SHIRAI
Mutual Intelligibility of Cantonese-accented Mandarin speech among Cantonese and Mandarin Listeners
PCK Chu, M Taft
The Acquisition of Cantonese Container Classifiers by native Cantonese children
PCK Chu, F Wong
Interaction of Lexical and Grammatical Aspect in Language Processing
YAP Foong Ha, SWM KWAN, PCK CHU, ESM YIU, W Stella Fat, S RHEE, ...
Aspectual asymmetries in Cantonese: Does inherent aspect matter?
YF Ha, P Chu, S Wong, E Yiu, S Matthews, Y Shirai
Aspectual asymmetries in Cantonese: A perceptual symbols account
FH YAP, P CHU, E YIU, F WONG, S KWAN, S MATTHEWS, P LI, Y SHIRAI
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