Dr WANG, Jie   王洁
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
Phone No: (852) 2948 8673
Email: jwang@eduhk.hk
Contact
ORCiD
0000-0001-6423-826X
Phone
(852) 2948 8673
Email
jwang@eduhk.hk
Scopus ID
57190394256
Selected Output

Journal Publications
Huo, S., Wu, K. C., Mo, J., Wang, J., & Maurer, U. (2021). Children with Chinese dyslexia acquiring English literacy: Interaction between cognitive subtypes of dyslexia and orthographies. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 0, 0-0.
Wang, L., Wang, J., Liu, D., & Lin, D. (2021). The role of metalinguistic awareness and character properties in early Chinese reading. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 210, .-.
Wang, J., Wu, K. C., Mo, J., Wong, W. L., Siu, T. S. C., McBride, C., . . . Maurer, U. (2021). Remediation of a phonological representation deficit in Chinese children with dyslexia: A comparison between metalinguistic training and working memory training. Developmental Science, 24(3), 00-00.
Wang, J., Wong, A. W.-K., Tsang, Y.-K., Wang, S., & Chen, H.-C. (2019). Behavioural evidence for segments as subordinate units in Chinese spoken word production: The form-preparation paradigm revisited. PLoS ONE, 14(11), e0225718.
Wong, A. W.-K., Chiu, H.-C., Wang, J., Wong, S.-S., & Chen, H.-C. (2019). Electrophysiological evidence for the time course of syllabic and sub-syllabic encoding in Cantonese spoken word production. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 34(6), 677-688.
Wong, A. W.-K., Wang, J., Wong, S.-S., & Chen, H.-C. (2018). Syllable retrieval precedes sub-syllabic encoding in Cantonese spoken word production. PLoS ONE, 13(11), e0207617.

Project

A Computerized Adaptive Lexical Test for Chinese Readers at Different Proficiency Levels: A Pilot Study
To design different tasks to tap on phonological, orthographic, and morphological aspects of Chinese lexical knowledge; To develop a lexical test that can efficiently estimate Chinese readers’ proficiency level.
Project Start Year: 2021, Principal Investigator(s): WANG, Jie 王洁
 
Cultural influences on emotional and cognitive processing: a neuroscience perspective
online self-learning module on Cultural influences on emotional and cognitive processing
Project Start Year: 2021, Principal Investigator(s): YEE, Ting Sum Lydia 余婷琛 (WANG, Jie 王洁 as Co-Investigator)
 
Implicit Learning: From Theory to Application
To increase students’ awareness and understanding of the implicit learning mechanism through participation in a series of experiential activities; To guide students’ application of the implicit learning mechanism to real educational context so as to facilitate their own learning in the future.
Project Start Year: 2021, Principal Investigator(s): WANG, Jie 王洁, TONG, Xiuhong 佟秀紅
 
Word-Form Encoding in Chinese Handwriting: Examining the Roles of Radicals and Logographemes
This project aims to investigate the cognitive mechanisms underlying Chinese handwritten word production. Understanding the roles of radicals and logographemes in Chinese handwritten word production is necessary to improve the teaching and learning of Chinese.
Project Start Year: 2021, Principal Investigator(s): WANG, Jie 王洁
 
Cognate effects in trilingual speakers of Cantonese, Mandarin and English
To investigate the influences of language similarity and age of acquisition on lexical access in trilingual speakers
Project Start Year: 2020, Principal Investigator(s): WANG, Jie 王洁
 
Concept Learning in a Second Language: Effects of Multimodal Contexts and First Language Transfer
Concept Learning in a Second Language: Effects of Multimodal Contexts and First Language Transfer
Project Start Year: 2020, Principal Investigator(s): YUM, Yen Na Cherry 任演納 (WANG, Jie 王洁 as Co-Investigator)
 
Word-form Encoding in Chinese Handwriting: A Pilot Study Examining the Roles of Radicals and Logographemes
To investigate the roles of radicals and logographemes in planning Chinese handwritten word production
Project Start Year: 2020, Principal Investigator(s): WANG, Jie 王洁
 
Picture Naming of Bilingual Adults: The Role of Language Background and Executive Functions
To examine the relationship of executive function and picture naming in bilingual adults
Project Start Year: 2019, Principal Investigator(s): YEUNG, Siu Sze 楊少詩, KRAUTZ, Agnieszka Ewa (WANG, Jie 王洁 as Co-Investigator)
 
Stroop Effects in Chinese and English: A Comparison between Dyslexic and Normal Children
This study aims to compare the extent of automatized phonological processing in a Stroop task between Chinese normal and dyslexic children.
Project Start Year: 2019, Principal Investigator(s): WANG, Jie 王洁
 
Talk Me Into It: Theory of Mind Training Study with Kindergarten Children in Hong Kong
This project is an intervention project aimed to promote Hong Kong children's Theory of mind development through picture book reading in the classroom.
Project Start Year: 2019, Principal Investigator(s): WANG, Zhenlin 王貞琳 (WANG, Jie 王洁 as Co-Investigator)
 
Effects of orthographic overlap on Chinese handwritten word production
Most Chinese characters are composed of two or more radicals. It has been heatedly debated whether Chinese character recognition involves representations of position-general radicals. A similar issue remains largely unexplored in the domain of handwritten word production. If participants are able to prepare the shared radical in different positions in the proposed study, it would lend strong support to the psychological reality of position-general radicals during handwritten word production.
Project Start Year: 2018, Principal Investigator(s): WANG, Jie 王洁
 
Effects of phonological overlap on Cantonese spoken word production
The proposed study aims to investigate the fundamental cognitive mechanisms underlying Cantonese speech production. Speech production is one of the most important tasks in people’s daily life. Unfolding the fundamental mechanisms underlying speech production will ultimately help to develop effective strategies for better speech production in second language learners or in children with specific language impairment (SLI). The proposed study will systematically compare the effects of phonological . . .
Project Start Year: 2018, Principal Investigator(s): WANG, Jie 王洁
 
Language and Literacy Cluster
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Project Start Year: 2018, Principal Investigator(s): YIP, Chi Wing Michael 葉志榮 (WANG, Jie 王洁 as Team Member)
 
Measuring Brain Activity in Dyslexia: Contributions to Training Evaluation, Prediction, and Identification of Underlying Neural Deficits
In an ongoing HMRF-funded study we apply two types of dyslexia trainings (meta-linguistic vs. working memory) and evaluate them at the behavioral and neural levels with EEG. The current proposal intends to add a waiting control group to the HMRF study design in order to better evaluate the behavioral gains of the programs, and at the same time investigate neurocognitive mechanisms of phonological deficits in Chinese dyslexia, as well as use powerful machine learning algorithms to predict dyslexi . . .
Project Start Year: 2018, Principal Investigator(s): MAURER, Urs (WANG, Jie 王洁 as Co-Investigator)