Anthony Pak Hin Kong
Anthony Pak Hin Kong
Unit of Human Communication, Development, and Information Sciences, The University of Hong Kong
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Which outcomes are most important to people with aphasia and their families? An international nominal group technique study framed within the ICF
SJ Wallace, L Worrall, T Rose, G Le Dorze, M Cruice, J Isaksen, ...
Disability and rehabilitation 39 (14), 1364-1379, 2017
The use of main concept analysis to measure discourse production in Cantonese-speaking persons with aphasia: A preliminary report
APH Kong
Journal of Communication Disorders 42 (6), 442-464, 2009
A coding system with independent annotations of gesture forms and functions during verbal communication: Development of a database of speech and gesture (DoSaGE)
APH Kong, SP Law, CCY Kwan, C Lai, V Lam
Journal of nonverbal behavior 39, 93-111, 2015
Co-verbal gestures among speakers with aphasia: Influence of aphasia severity, linguistic and semantic skills, and hemiplegia on gesture employment in oral discourse
APH Kong, SP Law, WKC Wat, C Lai
Journal of communication disorders 56, 88-102, 2015
Automatic speech recognition for acoustical analysis and assessment of cantonese pathological voice and speech
T Lee, Y Liu, PW Huang, JT Chien, WK Lam, YT Yeung, TKT Law, ...
2016 IEEE international conference on acoustics, speech and signal …, 2016
The main concept analysis in Cantonese aphasic oral discourse: External validation and monitoring chronic aphasia
APH Kong
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2011
Executive and language control in the multilingual brain
APH Kong, J Abutalebi, KSY Lam, B Weekes
Behavioural neurology 2014, 2014
A Cantonese linguistic communication measure for evaluating aphasic narrative production: normative and preliminary aphasic data
AK Pak-Hin, SP Law
Journal of Multilingual Communication Disorders 2 (2), 124-146, 2004
The Hong Kong version of the Oxford Cognitive Screen (HK-OCS): validation study for Cantonese-speaking chronic stroke survivors
APH Kong, PHP Lam, DWL Ho, JK Lau, GW Humphreys, J Riddoch, ...
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 23 (5), 530-548, 2016
Analysis of neurogenic disordered discourse production: Theories, assessment and treatment
APH Kong
Routledge, 2022
Family members' report on speech-language pathology and community services for persons with aphasia in Hong Kong
APH Kong
Disability and Rehabilitation 33 (25-26), 2633-2645, 2011
The main concept analysis: Validation and sensitivity in differentiating discourse produced by unimpaired English speakers from individuals with aphasia and dementia of …
APH Kong, J Whiteside, P Bargmann
Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology 41 (3), 129-141, 2016
RELEASE: a protocol for a systematic review based, individual participant data, meta-and network meta-analysis, of complex speech-language therapy interventions for stroke …
MC Brady, M Ali, K VandenBerg, LJ Williams, LR Williams, M Abo, ...
Aphasiology 34 (2), 137-157, 2020
Measuring discourse coherence in anomic aphasia using Rhetorical Structure Theory
APH Kong, A Linnik, SP Law, WWM Shum
International journal of speech-language pathology 20 (4), 406-421, 2018
Students’ perceptions of using problem-based learning (PBL) in teaching cognitive communicative disorders
APH Kong
Clinical linguistics & phonetics 28 (1-2), 60-71, 2014
The impact of COVID-19 on speakers with aphasia: What is currently known and missing?
APH Kong
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 64 (1), 176-180, 2021
Let’s call it “aphasia”: Rationales for eliminating the term “dysphasia”
L Worrall, N Simmons-Mackie, SJ Wallace, T Rose, MC Brady, APH Kong, ...
International Journal of Stroke 11 (8), 848-851, 2016
A linguistic communication measure for monitoring changes in Chinese aphasic narrative production
APH Kong, SP Law
Clinical linguistics & phonetics 23 (4), 255-269, 2009
Automatic Speech Assessment for People with Aphasia Using TDNN-BLSTM with Multi-Task Learning.
Y Qin, T Lee, S Feng, APH Kong
Interspeech, 3418-3422, 2018
Effects of context and word class on lexical retrieval in Chinese speakers with anomic aphasia
SP Law, APH Kong, LWS Lai, C Lai
Aphasiology 29 (1), 81-100, 2015
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