Connie S.-H. Ho
Connie S.-H. Ho
Department of Psychology, University of Hong Kong
Adresse e-mail validée de hku.hk
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Phonological skills are important in learning to read Chinese.
CSH Ho, P Bryant
Developmental psychology 33 (6), 946, 1997
4691997
Cognitive profiling and preliminary subtyping in Chinese developmental dyslexia
CSH Ho, DWO Chan, SH Lee, SM Tsang, VH Luan
Cognition 91 (1), 43-75, 2004
4122004
Learning to read Chinese beyond the logographic phase
CSH Ho, P Bryant
Reading research quarterly 32 (3), 276-289, 1997
3721997
The cognitive profile and multiple-deficit hypothesis in Chinese developmental dyslexia.
CSH Ho, DWO Chan, SM Tsang, SH Lee
Developmental psychology 38 (4), 543, 2002
3542002
Developmental issues in Chinese children's character acquisition.
C McBride-Chang, CSH Ho
Journal of Educational Psychology 92 (1), 50, 2000
2592000
Development of Stroop interference in Chinese-English bilinguals.
H Chen, C Ho
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 12 (3), 397, 1986
2191986
A “radical” approach to reading development in Chinese: The role of semantic radicals and phonetic radicals
CSH Ho, TT Ng, WK Ng
Journal of literacy research 35 (3), 849-878, 2003
2012003
Predictors of beginning reading in Chinese and English: A 2-year longitudinal study of Chinese kindergartners
C McBride-Chang, C Suk-Han Ho
Scientific studies of Reading 9 (2), 117-144, 2005
1962005
Naming-speed deficits and phonological memory deficits in Chinese developmental dyslexia
CSH Ho, DNC Lai
Learning and Individual Differences 11 (2), 173-186, 1999
1951999
The Hong Kong test of specific learning difficulties in reading and writing
CSH Ho, DWO Chan, SM Tsang, SH Lee
Hong Kong: Hong Kong Specific Learning Difficulties Research Team, 2000
1892000
The phonological deficit hypothesis in Chinese developmental dyslexia
CSH Ho, TPS Law, PM Ng
Reading and Writing 13 (1-2), 57-79, 2000
1852000
Development of phonological awareness of Chinese children in Hong Kong
CSH Ho, P Bryant
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 26 (1), 109-126, 1997
1601997
Prevalence, gender ratio and gender differences in reading‐related cognitive abilities among Chinese children with dyslexia in Hong Kong
DW Chan, CS Ho, S Tsang, S Lee, KKH Chung
Educational Studies 33 (2), 249-265, 2007
1302007
The use of orthographic analogies in learning to read Chinese
C Suk‐Han Ho, WL Wong, WS Chan
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 40 (3), 393-403, 1999
1191999
The role of visual and auditory temporal processing for Chinese children with developmental dyslexia
KKH Chung, C McBride-Chang, SWL Wong, H Cheung, TB Penney, ...
Annals of dyslexia 58 (1), 15, 2008
1132008
In search of subtypes of Chinese developmental dyslexia
CSH Ho, DW Chan, KKH Chung, SH Lee, SM Tsang
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 97 (1), 61-83, 2007
1132007
Reading and spelling Chinese among beginning readers: What skills make a difference?
P Yeung, CS Ho, PP Chik, L Lo, H Luan, DW Chan, KK Chung
Scientific Studies of Reading 15 (4), 285-313, 2011
1102011
Exploring the reading–writing connection in Chinese children with dyslexia in Hong Kong
DW Chan, CSH Ho, SM Tsang, SH Lee, KKH Chung
Reading and Writing 19 (6), 543-561, 2006
1082006
Development of orthographic knowledge and its relationship with reading and spelling among Chinese kindergarten and primary school children
CSH Ho, PWY Yau, A Au
Greenwood, 2003
1072003
Second language learning difficulties in Chinese children with dyslexia: What are the reading-related cognitive skills that contribute to English and Chinese word reading?
KKH Chung, CSH Ho
Journal of Learning Disabilities 43 (3), 195-211, 2010
1002010
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