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The University of Hong Kong155
Feature development in Cantonese173
Validating a language scale for Cantonese Chinese preschool children48
Speech and Language Screening for School Children95
The Topography of Stuttering in Cantonese33
Temporal Coordination and Prosodic Structure in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Timing Across Speech and Non-speech Motor Domains47
Evidence-based practice (EBP) in speech therapy: A Hong Kong Perspective104
Pitch Perception in Tone Language-Speaking Adults With and Without Autism Spectrum Disorders67
Effect of prenatal maternal depression on early speech sound acquisition37
Does multilingualism facilitate language acquisition in children with language disorders?106
Assessing semantic knowledge in Cantonese-speaking Adolescents72
Cross-linguistic & multilingual aspects of speech & sound disorders in children168
Role of sentence final particles and prosodic cues in irony comprehension in Cantonese-speaking Children with and without ASD56
Technical Manual of the Hong Kong Test of Preschool Oral Language (Cantonese) (TOPOL)606
Effect of prenatal maternal depression on early speech sound acquisition: a preliminary study96
Development of a Language Assessment Scale for Cantonese Chinese Preschool children: The Norming Phase45
Developmental Speech and Language Disorders82
Relationship between riddle appreciation and reading comprehension in Chinese children69
A Randomized Controlled Trial of Two Syntactic Treatment Procedures With Cantonese-Speaking, School-Age Children With Language Disorders140
Rhythmic speech and stuttering reduction in a syllable-timed language32
Use of reference in Cantonese narratives: a developmental study660
Development of lingual articulations among Cantonese-speaking children77
Level of complexity in processing figurative languages in children249
The Test of Preschool Oral Language (TOPOL) for Cantonese-Chinese speaking Preschool children: Diagnostic accuracy370
Persuasion in Chinese School-Age Children With and Without Autism Spectrum Disorders53
Development of a Language Assessment Scale for Cantonese Chinese Preschool Children49
Treatment effectiveness of two syntactic treatment approaches32
A Review of Phonological Development of Mandarin-Speaking Children72
Is Reading Aloud Semantically Mediated in Chinese Hyperlexia?43
Validation of the Intelligibility in Context Scale as a screening tool for preschoolers in Hong Kong163
Lexical tone and stuttering in Cantonese33
Acquired dyslexia in bilingual speakers: Implications for models of oral reading78
Do individuals with high-functioning autism who speak a tone language show intonation deficits?71
Speech sound development in Cantonese-speaking children in relation to demographic factors98
Feature development in Cantonese90
Multilingualism acquisition and disorders21
Auditory cues that drive language development are language specific: Evidence from Cantonese62
The influence of additional language learning on first language learning in children with language disorders.186
A preliminary examination of the diagnostic accuracy of a new test of oral language for Cantonese-Chinese speaking preschool children 47
Speech sound disorders or differences: Insights from bilingual children speaking two Chinese languages34
Assessing vocabulary skills in Cantonese-speaking adolescents78
The development of Urdu speech assessment test (USAT): Conceptualization & pilot study22
Atypical context-dependent speech processing in autism41
Narrative assessment for cantonese-speaking children296
Is reading aloud semantically mediated in Chinese hyperlexia?67
Mandarin Tone Perception in Cantonese Children49
Phonological Acquisition Studies in First Languages: A Review72
Level of complexity in processing figurative languages in children130
Comparing the treatment outcomes of two syntactic treatment approaches in school-age children81
Translation to practice: assessment of children's speech sound production in Hong Kong184
Effects of L1 tone on perception of L2 tone - a study of Mandarin tone learning by native Cantonese children107
An Analysis of Noun Definition in Cantonese68
Is prenatal mental health problem a risk factor of language impairment of the offspring?49
Phonetic variations and sound changes in Hong Kong Cantonese: Diachronic review, synchronic study and implications for speech sound assessment171
The impact of extrinsic demographic factors on Cantonese speech acquisition156
Treatment intensity in everyday clinical management of speech sound disorders in Hong Kong86
A population study of children's acquisition of Hong Kong Cantonese consonants, vowels, and tones.350
Hyperlexia in a Chinese speaking child125