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Hon Wah Lee

  • PhD, MA, PGCertSpEd, CELTA
  • Research Fellow
  • National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University
  • 12PublicationsNumber of items in Hon Wah's My Publications folder on Mendeley.

Research interests

Education and learning Cognitive psychology Developmental cognitive neuroscience Conceptual change

About

Hon Wah is a research fellow and an experienced trained English language teacher who has taught extensively at secondary, post-secondary and tertiary levels in Hong Kong as well as in Bolivia, Australia and Taiwan. Given his background, Hon Wah is particularly interested in using a cross-disciplinary approach to studying the relationship between cognition, learning and the developing brain. He is keen on finding ways to help people learn so as to achieve their full potential.

Publications (5)

  • Inhibition and intelligence: Their relationship in early childhood development

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  • The distracted mind: The developmental relationship between attention and intelligence

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  • What develops in the development of attention in early childhood?

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  • Using the stop-signal task to investigate the relationship between the development of motor response inhibition and the development of intelligence in preschool children

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  • Analysis of students’ needs in learning English at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

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Professional experience

Research Fellow

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University

July 2016 - Present