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Professor STOKES, Stephanie

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Professor STOKES, Stephanie

PhD (Curtin University of Technology), PGDipHealth (Curtin University of Technology) BAppSciSHS (Western Australian Institute of Technology)

Professor

Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences

Tel: (852) 3917 7626

Location: Room 769, Meng Wah Complex

Areas of Expertise:

Speech and language development and disorders

Areas of Expertise

Research Interests:
Relationships among cognitive abilities, psycholinguistic processing and speech/language development in young children; Early identification of speech/language impairment in children; Phonological disorders in children

Awards
  1. 2017-05-01: HKU Overseas Fellowship Award 2017-2018
  2. 2013-11-01: Distinguished Service Award: American Association of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research
  3. : Adjunct Professor: Curtin University of Technology, Western Australia 2010-2015
  4. : Senior Visiting Research Fellow, 2013: Collegium de Lyon France
Projects
Principal investigator
  1. 1997/1998: Language development in Cantonese-speaking children with specific language impairment, General Research Fund (GRF) ($563,890)
Co-Investigator
  1. 2017/2018: Using Differential Response-to-Treatment to Inform Diagnosis of Childhood Apraxia of Speech – Evidence from Chinese, General Research Fund (GRF) ($768,790)
  2. 2000/2001: Late talkers in Chinese: a longitudinal study, General Research Fund (GRF) ($675,817)
  3. 2000/2001: The acquisition of the perception of lexical tone contrasts in Cantonese, General Research Fund (GRF) ($1,007,817)
  4. : Community based rehabilitation for communication disorders, Collaborating Project Fund
Publications
Articles
  1. Stokes, SF., Klee, TM., Kornisch, M., Furlong, L. (2017). Visuospatial and Verbal Short-Term Memory Correlates of Vocabulary Ability in Preschool Children. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
  2. Másdóttir, T., Stokes, SF. (2016). Influence of consonant frequency on Icelandic-speaking children's speech acquisition. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology.
  3. Newbury, J., Klee, TM., Stokes, SF., Moran, C. (2016). Interrelationships Between Working Memory, Processing Speed, and Language Development in the Age Range 2-4 years. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
  4. Sultana, A., Stokes, SF., Klee, TM., Fletcher, P. (2016). Morphosyntactic development of Bangla-speaking preschool children. First Language.
  5. TAKAC, M., KNOTT, A., Stokes, SF. (2016). What can Neighbourhood Density effects tell us about word learning? Insights from a connectionist model of vocabulary development. Journal of Child Language.
  6. Newbury, J., Klee, T., Stokes, SF., Moran, C. (2015). Exploring Expressive Vocabulary Variability in Two-Year-Olds: The Role of Working Memory. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
  7. Stokes, Stephanie F. (2014). The impact of phonological neighborhood density on typical and atypical emerging lexicons. Journal of Child Language.
  8. To, Carol Kit Sum., Stokes, Stephanie., Man, Yonnie., T'sou, Benjamin. (2013). An Analysis of Noun Definition in Cantonese. Language and Speech.
  9. Stokes, Stephanie F., Moran, Catherine., George, Anjali. (2013). Nonword repetition and vocabulary use in toddlers. Topics in Language Disorders.
  10. Ciccone, Natalie., Hennessey, Neville., Stokes, Stephanie F. (2012). Community-based early intervention for language delay: A preliminary investigation. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders.
  11. Stokes, Stephanie F., Kern, Sophie., Santos, Christophe Dos. (2012). Extended statistical learning as an account for slow vocabulary growth. Journal of Child Language.
  12. Stokes, Stephanie F., Bleses, Dorthe., Basbøll, Hans., Lambertsen, Claus. (2012). Statistical learning in emerging Lexicons: The case of Danish. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
  13. Moyle, J., Stokes, SF., Klee, T. (2011). Early language delay and specific language impairment. Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews.
  14. Wong, AMY., Klee, T., Stokes, SF., Fletcher, P., Leonard, LB. (2010). Differentiating cantonese-speaking preschool children with and without SLI using MLU and lexical diversity (D). Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
  15. Liu, PD., McBrideChang, C., Wong, AMY., Tardif, T., Stokes, SF., Fletcher, P., Shu, H. (2010). Early oral language markers of poor reading performance in Hong Kong Chinese children. Journal of Learning Disabilities.
  16. To, CKS., Stokes, SF., Cheung, HT., T'sou, B. (2010). Narrative assessment for cantonese-speaking children. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
  17. Marks, Ian., Stokes, Stephanie F. (2010). Narrative-based intervention for word-finding difficulties: A case study. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders.
  18. Stokes, Stephanie F. (2010). Neighborhood density and word frequency predict vocabulary size in toddlers. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
  19. Wong, AMY., Chow, DCC., McbrideCheng, C., Stokes, SF. (2010). Optional elements and variant structures in the productions of bei2 to give dative constructions in Cantonese-speaking adults and three-year-old children. Journal of Child Language.
  20. Stokes, Stephanie F., Griffiths, Rebecca. (2010). The use of facilitative vowel contexts in the treatment of post-alveolar fronting: A case study. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders.
  21. Stokes, SF., Klee, T. (2009). Factors that influence vocabulary development in two-year-old children. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines.
  22. Stokes, SF., Klee, T. (2009). The diagnostic accuracy of a new test of early nonword repetition for differentiating late talking and typically developing children. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
  23. McBrideChang, C., Tardif, T., Cho, JR., Shu, H., Fletcher, P., Stokes, SF., Wong, A., Leung, K. (2008). What's in a word? Morphological awareness and vocabulary knowledge in three languages. Applied Psycholinguistics.
  24. Leonard, LB., Deevy, P., Wong, AMY., Stokes, SF., Fletcher, P. (2007). Modal verbs with and without tense: A study of English- and Cantonese-speaking children with specific language impairment. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders.
  25. Stokes, SF., Wong, AMY., Fletcher, P., Leonard, LB. (2006). Nonword repetition and sentence repetition as clinical markers of specific language impairment: The case of cantonese. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
  26. Leonard, LB., Wong, AMY., Deevy, P., Stokes, SF., Fletcher, P. (2006). The production of passives by children with specific language impairment: Acquiring English or Cantonese. Applied Psycholinguistics.
  27. Stokes, SF., Klee, T., Carson, CP., Carson, D. (2005). A phonemic implicational feature hierarchy of phonological contrasts for english-speaking children. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
  28. Stokes, Stephanie F., Surendran, Dinoj. (2005). Articulatory complexity, ambient frequency, and functional load as predictors of consonant development in children. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
  29. Fletcher, P., Leonard, LB., Stokes, SF., Wong, AMY. (2005). The expression of aspect in Cantonese-speaking children with specific language impairment. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
  30. Wong, AMY., Leonard, LB., Fletcher, P., Stokes, SF. (2004). Questions without movement: A study of Cantonese-speaking children with and without specific language impairment. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
  31. Fletcher, Paul., Chan, Cathy W Y., Wong, Peony T T., Stokes, Stephanie., Tardif, Twila., Leung, Shirley C S. (2004). The interface between phonetic and lexical abilities in early Cantonese language development. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics.
  32. Wong, AMY., Au, CWS., Stokes, SF. (2004). Three measures of language production for Cantonese-speaking school-age children in a story-retelling task. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
  33. Klee, T., Stokes, SF., Wong, AMY., Fletcher, P., Gavin, WJ. (2004). Utterance length and lexical diversity in Cantonese-speaking children with and without specific language impairment. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
  34. Stokes, Stephanie., Fletcher, Paul. (2003). Aspectual forms in cantonese children with specific language impairment. Linguistics.
  35. Wong, AMY., Stokes, SF., Fletcher, P. (2003). Collocational Diversity in Perfective Aspect zo2 Use in Cantonese Children with SLI. Journal of Multilingual Communication Disorders.
  36. Stokes, SF., To, KS. (2002). Feature development in Cantonese. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics.
  37. Stokes, Stephanie F. (2002). Levels of complexity in phonological disorders: Evidence from Cantonese. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics.
  38. Stokes, Stephanie F., Lau, Jessica Tse Kay., Ciocca, Valter. (2002). The interaction of ambient frequency and feature complexity in the diphthong errors of children with phonological disorders. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
  39. Stokes, Stephanie F., Man Wong, I. (2002). Vowel and dipththong development in Cantonese-speaking children. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics.
  40. Wong, WY., Stokes, SF. (2001). Cantonese consonantal development: towards a nonlinear account.
  41. Tam, CW., Stokes, SF. (2001). Form and function of negation in early developmental Cantonese.
  42. Stokes, SF., Yiu, EML. (2001). Special Issue on Chinese. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders.
  43. Tsang, Kitty K S., Stokes, Stephanie F. (2001). Syntactic awareness of Cantonese-speaking children. Journal of Child Language.
  44. Tsang, KS., Stokes, SF. (2001). Syntactic awareness of Cantonese-speaking children.
  45. Yiu, EML., Stokes, SF. (2000). East meets West: the study of communication disorders in Chinese. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders.
  46. Stokes, SF., Yiu, EML. (2000). Language and communication disorders in Chinese. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders.
  47. Stokes, S. F., Fletcher, P. (2000). Lexical diversity and productivity in Cantonese-speaking children with specific language impairment. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders.
  48. Stokes, Stephanie F., Ciocca, Valter. (1999). The substitution of [s] for aspirated targets: Perceptual and acoustic evidence from Cantonese. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics.
  49. Stokes, SF., Fang, Z. (1998). An electropalatographic description of Putonghua fricatives and affricates. Asia Pacific Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing.
  50. Kwok, ICL., Stokes, SF. (1997). An electropalatographic description of Cantonese speech. Asia Pacific Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing.
  51. Stokes, SF., Whitehill, TL. (1997). Introducing problem based learning. Teaching Matters, CAUT.
  52. Stokes, S. F. (1997). Secondary prevention of paediatric language disability: A comparison of parents and nurses as screening agents. European Journal of Disorders of Communication.
  53. Stokes, SF., Yiu, E. (1997). Speech therapy and general practice in Hong Kong. Hong Kong Practitioner.
  54. Stokes, SF., MacKinnon, MM., Whitehill, TL. (1997). Students' experiences of PBL: Journal and questionnaire analysis. Austrian Journal for Higher Education.
  55. Stokes, SF., Whitehill, TL., Yuen, KCP., Tsui, AMY. (1996). EPG treatment of sibilants in two Cantonese-speaking children with cleft palate. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics.
  56. Whitehill, TL., Stokes, SF., Yonnie, MYH. (1996). Electropalatography treatment in an adult with late repair of cleft palate. Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal.
  57. Stokes, SF., Whitehill, TL. (1996). Speech error patterns in Cantonese-speaking children with cleft palate. European Journal of Disorders of Communication.
  58. Stokes, SF., Whitehill, TL. (1996). Speech error patterns in Cantonese-speaking children with cleft palate. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders.
  59. Whitehill, T., Stokes, S. (1995). II: EPG in the description of normal and disordered speech production electropalatographic and perceptual analysis of the speech of cantonese children with cleft palate. European Journal of Disorders of Communication.

 

Conference Papers
  1. Jones, G., Cabiddu, F., Stokes, SF. (2018). How An Associative Learning Account Of Language Exposure Predicts Vocabulary Growth By Word Length, Word Frequency, And Neighbourhood Density. Experimental Psychology Society (EPS) Meeting, London, January 2018.
  2. HUYNH, TTN., Stokes, SF., To, KS. (2018). Phonological Acquisition Studies in First Languages: A Review. 4th International Conference on Linguistics and Language Studies (ICLLS 2018).
  3. Buhler, D., Klee, TM., Stokes, SF., Dohmen, A. (2017). Associations between language and social competence. International Congress for the Study of Child Language (IASCL).
  4. Tin, CCY., Stokes, SF. (2017). Facilitating Students' Critical Appraisal And Reflective Practice Skills. ASHA (American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association) Annual Convention,2017.
  5. Klee, TM., Stokes, SF., Reese, E., Jorgensen, RN., Bleses, D., Gavin, WJ., Witchitaksorn, N. (2017). Factors associated with the early language development of New Zealand children. International Congress for the Study of Child Language (IASCL).
  6. Cheung, KYW., Stokes, SF., Wong, AMY., Chu, WSA., Tin, CCY. (2017). International Service Learning: Cultural Competence, Interdisciplinary Practice And Translational Learning Outcomes. ASHA (American Speech, Language, & Hearing Association) Annual Convention.
  7. Hansmann, D., Gavin, WJ., Stokes, SF. (2017). Neurophysiological Evidence For The Influence Of Phonological And Semantic Neighbourhood Densities On Word Production In Children. International Congress for the Study of Child Language (IASCL).
  8. Chu, WSA., Wong, AMY., Stokes, SF. (2017). Reflecting on students journal in promoting reflective practice in SLP education. ASHA (American Speech, Language, & Hearing Association) Annual Convention.
  9. Stokes, SF., Yao, Y., Chan, HS. (2017). Statistical Cues Affect Emerging Lexicons In Mandarin. ASHA (American Speech, Language, & Hearing Association) Annual Convention.
  10. Buhler, D., Klee, T., Stokes, SF., Gibson, E. (2016). Concurrent validity of the New Zealand MacArthur-Bates Communicative Development Inventory: words & sentences. World Congress of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics, IALP 2016.
  11. Stokes, SF. (2016). Cross-linguistic trends of research in language impairment in children. International Conference on Language Acquisition, Impairment, and Intervention.
  12. Newbury, J., Klee, T., Stokes, SF., Moran, C. (2016). Early processing measures as predictors of language outcomes from toddlerhood. Conference of the New Zealand Speech-language Therapists' Association, NZSTA 2016.
  13. Stokes, SF. (2016). From clinical observation to research outcome. Dissertation Presentation Day, Bachelor of Science Program (BSc), Division of Speech & Hearing Sciences, University of Hong Kong.
  14. Buhler, D., Klee, TM., Stokes, SF., Dohmen, A. (2016). How are language, false belief understanding and social competence related?. World Congress of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics, IALP.
  15. Klee, T., Stokes, SF. (2016). How well do parent-report measures predict toddlers’ short- and longer-term language outcomes?. Hong Kong Speech and Hearing Symposium, HKSHS 2016.
  16. Sultana, A., Stokes, SF., Klee, T., Fletcher, P. (2016). Morphosyntactic development of Bangla-speaking preschool children with language impairment. IAFOR International Conference on Language Learning (IICLLHawaii2016).
  17. Stokes, SF. (2016). Phonological Neighborhood Density Affects Word Production: Corpus, computational and neurophysiological evidence. Conference on Child Language Acquisition Research in Alberta (CLARA), 2016.
  18. D'Souza, D., Stokes, SF., Klee, T. (2016). Sub-lexical correlates of nonword production accuracy in preschool children. Conference of the New Zealand Speech-language Therapists' Association, NZSTA 2016.
  19. Sultana, A., Stokes, SF., Klee, T., Fletcher, P. (2016). Verb form use by Bangla-speaking preschool children. European Group of Child Language Disorders (EUCLDIS) Workshop.
  20. Klee, T., Newbury, J., Stokes, SF., Moran, C., Tillard, G., Ramsay, R., Cook, K. (2015). Associations between parent concern and clinical outcomes in children with and without early language delay at two points in development. Annual Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders, SRCLD 2015.
  21. Newbury, J., Klee, T., Stokes, SF., Moran, C. (2015). Early verbal working memory as a predictor of later language outcomes in toddlers. Convention of the American Speech Hearing Association, ASHA 2015.
  22. Hallowell, B., Drayton, K., Crowley, C., Ahmad, K., Fernandez, F., Stokes, SF. (2015). Global engagement initiatives in CAPSD. Annual Conference of the Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, CAPCSD 2015.
  23. Hansmann, D., Gavin, WJ., Stokes, SF. (2015). Influence of phonological neighborhood density on word production in children: an ERP study. Convention of the American Speech Hearing Association, ASHA 2015.
  24. Sultana, A., Stokes, SF., Klee, T., Fletcher, P. (2015). Morphosyntactic development of Bangla-speaking preschool children. International Conference of the Linguistic Society of India, ICOLSI-37.
  25. Stokes, SF., Klee, T., Newbury, J., Moran, C. (2015). Phonological characteristics of the lexicon at 2;0 years predict language outcomes at 3;6 years. Workshop on Infant Language Development, WILD 2015 Proceedings.
  26. Stokes, SF., Klee, T., Newbury, J., Moran, C. (2015). Relationships between phonological neighborhood density at two years and expressive language scores at two and 3;6 years in a longitudinal study. Annual Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders, SRCLD 2015.
  27. Stokes, SF. (2015). Speech and language therapy: Improving clinical practice. Seminar, Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Hong Kong, 6 February 2015.
  28. Timms, Lydia., Williams, Cori., Stokes, Stephanie F., Kane, Robert. (2014). Literacy skills of Australian Indigenous school children with and without otitis media and hearing loss. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology.
  29. Wong, AMY., Klee, T., Stokes, SF., Fletcher, P., Leonard, LB. (2006). Differentiating Cantonese-speaking children with and without SLI: A validation study. Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders.
  30. Wong, AMY., Stokes, SF., Fletcher, P. (2005). Is nonword repetition a developmentally sensitive measure of phonological working memory for Cantonese-speaking preschool children?. The International Congress for the Study of Child Language.
  31. Stokes, SF., Wong, AMY., Fletcher, PJ., Leonard, LB. (2005). Nonword Repetition and Sentence Repetition As Clinical Markers of SLI. The Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders.
  32. Wong, AMY., Fletcher, PJ., Stokes, SF., Leonard, LB. (2003). Verb Diversity and Finiteness Marking in Cantonese-speaking Children with and without SLI. Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders.
  33. Wong, AMY., Stokes, SF., Fletcher, PJ. (2002). Collocational diversity in perfective aspect Zo2 use in Cantonese-speaking children. Meeting of the International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics Association.
  34. Fletcher, PJ., Stokes, SF., Wong, AMY. (2002). Special Language Impairment in Cantonese-speaking Children. International Conference on Developmental Dyslexia in Children Using the Chinese Language MRI and Advocacy.
  35. Wong, AMY., Stokes, SF., Fletcher, PJ. (2002). The Development of the Perfective Aspect zo2 in Cantonese-speaking Children with and without SLI. Joint Meeting of the IX Congress of the International Association for the Stuy of Child Language and the Symposium for Research on Child Language Disorders.
  36. MacKinnon, MM., Whitehill, TL., Stokes, SF. (1999). Hybrid approaches to Problem-Based Learning: What works, what doesn't, and why?. Asia-Pacific Conference on Problem-based Learning.
  37. Gibbon, F., Hardcastle, WJ., Whitehill, TL., Stokes, SF. (1998). Cross-language studies of articulatory error patterns in cleft palate speech using EPG. Asia Pacific Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing.
  38. Whitehill, TL., Stokes, SF. (1998). Problem Based Learning: An innovative approach for communication disorders education. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention.
  39. Stokes, SF., So, LKH. (1997). Errors in noun phrase constituents as an indicator of SLI in Cantonese. The Wisconsin Symposium on Child Language Disorders.
  40. MacKinnon, MM., Whitehill, TL., Stokes, SF. (1997). PBL and the Chinese Learner. The Annual HERDSA International Conference, Advancing International Perspectives.
  41. Gibbon, F., Whitehill, TL., Hardcastle, WJ., Stokes, SF. (1996). Cross-language (Cantonese/English) study of articulatory error patterns in children with cleft palate using EPG. Annual Conference of the International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics Association.
  42. Whitehill, TL., Stokes, SF., Hardcastle, WJ., Gibbon, F. (1994). Application of EPG to Cantonese cleft-palate speech. Laryngograph/Electropalatography Symposium.

 

Books
  1. Clezy, G., Stokes, SF., Whitehill, TL., Zubrick, A. (1997). Introduction to communication disorders for community based rehabilitation workers. Hong Kong University Press.

 

Book Chapters
  1. Klee, TM., Stokes, SF. (2017). Language development. Language development. In Skuse, D; Bruce, H & Dowdney, L (Eds.), Child Psychology and Psychiatry: Frameworks for Clinical Training and Practice (3rd ed.), p. 71-76. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell, 2017
  2. Klee, T., Stokes, SF. (2011). Language Development. Child Psychology and Psychiatry: Frameworks for Practice: Second Edition, 2011, p. 45-50
  3. Wong, AMY., Stokes, S. F. (2008). A construction account of question acquisition in Cantonese-speaking children with SLI. A construction account of question acquisition in Cantonese-speaking children with SLI. In Language disorders in speakers of Chinese, p. 53 - 74. Bristol, UK: Multilingual matters, 2009
  4. Klee, T., Wong, AMY., Stokes, SF., Fletcher, P., Leonard, LB. (2008). Assessing Cantonese-speaking children with language difficulties from the perspective of evidence-based practice: Current practice and future directions. Assessing Cantonese-speaking children with language difficulties from the perspective of evidence-based practice: Current practice and future directions. In Language disorders in speakers of Chinese, p. 89-111. Bristol, UK: Multilingual matters, 2009
  5. Fletcher, P., Leonard, L. B., Stokes, S. F., Wong, AMY. (2008). Morphosyntactic Deficits in Cantonese-speaking children with Specific Language Impairment. Morphosyntactic Deficits in Cantonese-speaking children with Specific Language Impairment. In Language disorders in speakers of Chinese, p. 75-88. Bristol, UK: Multilingual matters, 2009
  6. Klee, T., Gavin, WJ., Stokes, SF. (2007). Utterance length and lexical diversity in American- and British-English speaking children : what is the evidence for a clinical marker of SLI?. Utterance length and lexical diversity in American- and British-English speaking children : what is the evidence for a clinical marker of SLI?. In Paul, R (Ed.), Language Disorders from a Developmental Perspective: Essays in Honor of Robin S. Chapman, p. 103-140. Mahwah, N.J. ; London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2007
  7. Stokes, S.F., Wong, AMY. (2006). Building Questions in Cantonese. Building Questions in Cantonese. In Constructions in Acquisition, p. 283 - 309. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications, 2005
  8. Fletcher, P., Stokes, S.F., Wong, AMY. (2006). Specific Language Impairment in Chinese. Specific Language Impairment in Chinese. In Handbook of East Asian Psycholinguistics, v. 1, p. 296 - 307. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006
  9. Fletcher, PJ., Stokes, SF., Wong, AMY. (2005). Constructions and Language Development: Implications for Language Impairment. Constructions and Language Development: Implications for Language Impairment. In Developmental Theory and Language Disorders - Trends in Language Acquisition Research, v. 4, p. 35-53. Amsterdam, Netherlands: John Benjamins, 2005
  10. Gibbon, F., Whitehill, TL., Hardcastle, WJ., Stokes, SF., Nairn, M. (1998). Cross-language (Cantonese/English) study of articulatory error patterns in children with cleft palate speech using electropalatography (EPG). Cross-language (Cantonese/English) study of articulatory error patterns in children with cleft palate speech using electropalatography (EPG). In Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics, p. 165-176. London: Whurr, 1998
  11. Whitehill, TL., Stokes, SF., MacKinnon, MM. (1997). Problem based learning and the Chinese learner. Problem based learning and the Chinese learner. In In: Murray-Harvey R. and Silins H.C. (eds.), Learning and teaching in higher education: Advancing international perspectives, p. 129-146. Adelaide: Flinders Press, 1997

 

Professional Community Services
Professional Societies
  1. 2016: Member, Hong Kong Association of Speech Therapists

 

Invited Lectures & Keynote Speeches
  1. 2017-08-01: What can research tell us about vocabulary therapy for preschool children?Edith Cowan University
  2. 2017-08-01: Word processing and word learning: The role of phonological neighbourhood densityEdith Cowan University
  3. 2017-06-01: What can research tell us about vocabulary therapy for preschool children?University of Zagreb
  4. 2017-06-01: Word processing and word learning: The role of phonological neighbourhood densityUniversity of Zagreb
  5. 2017-05-01: Word learning and word production: the role of phonological neighborhood densityInvited Seminar, Purdue University, USA
  6. : From clinical observation to research outcomeBSc Dissertation Presentation Day, Division of Speech & Hearing Sciences, University of Hong Kong, 27 May.
  7. : Global issues and practices across the discipline (declined, moving to Hong Kong)ASHA Annual Convention, Denver, Colorado, Nov 12- 14.
  8. : Improving clinical practiceClinical educator symposium, Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Hong Kong, December.
  9. : Keynote address: Cross-linguistic trends of research in language impairment in childrenBRAC International Conference on Language Acquisition, Impairment, and Intervention, Dhaka.
  10. : Speech and language therapy: Improving clinical practiceSeminar, Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Hong Kong, 6 February 2015

 

Editorship
  1. - : Associate Editor, Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research
  2. - : Editorial Board, Child Language, Teaching, and Therapy
  3. - : Editorial Board, Journal of Child Language

 

Others
Teaching List, Current
  1. 2017-18 Semester 2, SHSC1033, 2A, Introduction to Communication Disorders
  2. 2017-18 Semester 1, SHSC2038, 1A, Introduction to Clinical Practice I
  3. 2017-18 Semester 1, SHSC3031, 1A, Speech Development and Speech Sound Disorders
  4. 2017-18 Semester 1, SHSC3038, 1A, Paediatric Clinical Practicum I
  5. 2016-17 Semester 2, SHSC1033, 2A, Introduction to Communication Disorders
  6. 2016-17 Semester 2, SHSC2039, 2A, Introduction to Clinical Practice II
  7. 2016-17 Semester 2, SHSM6020, 2A, Research issues and methodology in language
  8. 2016-17 Semester 1, SHSC3031, 1A, Speech Development and Speech Sound Disorders
  9. 2016-17 Semester 1, SHSC3038, 1A, Paediatric Clinical Practicum I
  10. 2015-16 Semester 2, SHSC2022, 2A, Introduction to Communication Disorders II

 

Supervision of Research Postgraduate Students
  1. , Phonological Acquisition and Phonological Representations by Vietnamese Speaking Children
  2. , Syntactic Acquisition
  3. , The Interrelation of Structural, Functional and Contextual Properties of Conversational and Narrative Discourse in Cantonese-speaking Preschool Children
  4. , Phonemic Features Typology in Cantonese-speaking Children with Phonological Impairment, Outcomes of Nonlinear Phonological Intervention with Cantonese Phonologically Impaired Children
  5. , Use of Reference in Cantonese Narratives: A Developmental Study, Child Language

 

HKU Committee Appointments
  1. 2015-11-01 to Present: Faculty of Education, Board of the, The teachers who are members of the Faculty and who are full-time employees of the University
  2. 2001-08-27 to 2002-06-30: Curriculum Development Committee, A representative from each Faculty
  3. 2000-02-02 to 2002-08-31: Research and Conference Grants, Committee on, The Dean or Associate Dean of each Faculty, or their nominees
  4. 2000-01-01 to 2002-08-31: Senate, Associate Dean of each Faculty
  5. 1998-10-21 to 1999-12-31: Research and Conference Grants, Committee on, One other member (not being the Dean or Associate Dean) of each Faculty Board appointed by the Board, Education Faculty Board
  6. 1998-07-01 to 2002-10-13: Faculty of Education, Board of the, Senior Lecturers in Faculty
  7. 1997-02-28 to 1997-06-30: Library Committee, The Dean or Associate Dean of each Faculty, or his nominee
  8. 1996-09-01 to 1997-06-30: Senate, Associate Dean of each Faculty
  9. 1995-09-07 to 1997-06-30: Research and Conference Grants, Committee on, The Dean or Associate Dean of each Faculty, or their nominees
  10. 1995-06-30 to 1996-08-31: Library Committee, The Dean or Associate Dean of each Faculty, or his nominee
  11. 1995-06-30 to 1996-08-31: Senate, Associate Dean of each Faculty
  12. 1994-09-01 to 1995-06-29: Senate, Associate Dean of each Faculty
  13. 1994-07-01 to 1996-06-30: Discontinuation, Committee on, 1 member from each Faculty (Education) from a panel of three in order of precedence for a period of 2 years, renewable up to a maximum of 4 consecutive years, Education Faculty Board
  14. 1992-07-30 to 1995-06-29: Library Committee, The Dean or Associate Dean of each Faculty, or his nominee
  15. 1991-09-01 to 1998-06-30: Faculty of Education, Board of the, Lecturers in Faculty

 

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