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Dr. HUANG, Hsu Wen  (黃緒文)

Assistant Professor

Contact Information

Office: AC1-B7626
Phone: (852) 3442 2579
Fax:
Email: hwhuang@cityu.edu.hk
Web: Personal Homepage
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Research Interests

  • Language comprehension across the adult lifespan
  • Hemispheric asymmetry
  • Event-related potentials (ERPs)

Teaching Interests

Last updated: 06 October 2016

Dr. HUANG received her PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience at National Yang Ming University, Taiwan. After working at University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, National Taiwan Normal University and National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan, she joined City University of Hong Kong in 2016.  Her research is centered on understanding how meaning is organized, accessed and constructed in the brain. She does this by measuring electrical brain activities millisecond by millisecond as people look, read, listen, interpret, and make decisions. 

Selected Publications (in recent 6 years)

Journal Articles

  • Huang, H.W., Federmeier K.D. (2015). Imaginative language: What event-related potentials have revealed about the nature and source of concreteness effects. Language and Linguistics.16(4):503-515
  • Huang, C.M., Huang, H.W., Hung, D. L., Tzeng, O. J.L. (2014). Insights into the healthy aging mind: a cognitive neuroscience perspective. Chinese Journal of Psychology, 56(3): 313-334
  • Chou, C.J., Huang, H.W., Lee, C.L., Lee, C.Y. (2014). Effects of semantic constraint and cloze probability on Chinese classifier-noun agreement. Journal of Neurolinguistics. 31: 42-54
  • Huang, H.W., Federmeier K.D. (2012). Dispreferred adjective orders elicit brain responses associated with lexico-semantic rather than syntactic processing. Brain Research. 1475: 62-70
  • Huang, H.W., Meyer, A.M., Federmeier K.D. (2012). A “concrete view” of aging: ERP reveal age-related changes in basic integrative processes in language. Neuropsychologia. 50(1): 26-35
  • Huang C.Y., Lee, C.Y., Huang, H.W., Chou, C. J. (2011). Number of sense effects of Chinese disyllabic compounds in the two hemispheres. Brain and Language. 119(2): 99-109
  • Huang, H.W., Lee, C.Y., Tsai, J.L., Tzeng, O. J.L. (2011). The sublexical semantic ambiguity effects for reading Chinese disyllabic compounds. Brain and Language. 117(2): 77-87
  • Huang, H.W., Lee, C.L. Federmeier, K.D. (2010). Imagine that! ERPs provide evidence for distinct hemispheric contributions to the processing of concrete and abstract concepts. NeuroImage.49(1): 1116-1123

Book Chapters

  • Huang, H.W. (forthcoming). Neuroimaging studies: Morphological processing of Chinese compounds. In R. Sybesma, W. Behr, Y. Gu, Z. Handel, C.-T. J. Huang, & J. Myers (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill.
Department of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics
Postal address: City University of Hong Kong B7704, 7/F, Blue Zone, Lift 3, Academic 1 83, Tat Chee Avenue Kowloon HK
Tel:(852)3442 8705, Fax:(852) 3442 0359 / 3442 0358, E-mail: ctlenq(at)cityu.edu.hk
2016/08/16 06 October 2016 Staff profile page contact Person description:
HUANG, Hsu Wen Assistant Professor hwhuang@cityu.edu.hk (852) 3442 2579
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