The sound of silence: Phonological coding used by deaf signers in Chinese and sign language processing

Project: Research project

Project Details


By employing techniques used in the behavioral and cognitive neuroscience studies, the project makes a further investigation on the nature and characteristics of deaf signer’s phonological coding. Via studying the issue of deaf signer’s phonological coding, the project is of essential theoretical value, propelling the current validating research to a new empirical altitude. Meanwhile, its practical value is shown by exploring a most suitable special educational mode for Chinese children who are suffering from language impediments, in particular, deaf children, so as to provide them with a more appropriate rehabilitation training.

Funding Source: Non-HK - Others^^
Effective start/end date01/01/1331/12/15


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