Jia Hoong Ong
Jia Hoong Ong
Department of Psychology, Nottingham Trent University
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Distributional learning of lexical tones: A comparison of attended vs. unattended listening
JH Ong, D Burnham, P Escudero
PloS one 10 (7), e0133446, 2015
Musicians are better at learning non-native sound contrasts even in non-tonal languages
A Perfors, J Ong
Cognitive Science Society, 2012
Effect of linguistic and musical experience on distributional learning of nonnative lexical tones
JH Ong, D Burnham, P Escudero, CJ Stevens
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 60 (10), 2769-2780, 2017
Learning novel musical pitch via distributional learning.
JH Ong, D Burnham, CJ Stevens
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (1), 150, 2017
Naïve learners show cross-domain transfer after distributional learning: The case of lexical and musical pitch
JH Ong, D Burnham, CJ Stevens, P Escudero
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1189, 2016
One way or another: Evidence for perceptual asymmetry in pre-attentive learning of non-native contrasts
L Liu, JH Ong, A Tuninetti, P Escudero
Frontiers in psychology 9, 162, 2018
Passive distributional learning of non-native vowel contrasts does not work for all listeners.
J Terry, JH Ong, P Escudero
ICPhS, 2015
Emotion recognition across visual and auditory modalities in autism spectrum disorder: A systematic review and meta-analysis
FYN Leung, J Sin, C Dawson, JH Ong, C Zhao, A Veić, F Liu
Developmental Review 63, 101000, 2022
Musicians show enhanced perception, but not production, of native lexical tones
JH Ong, PCM Wong, F Liu
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 148 (6), 3443-3454, 2020
The influence of referent type and familiarity on word-referent mapping
JH Ong, AHD Chan
Plos one 14 (7), e0219552, 2019
Revisiting infant distributional learning using event-related potentials: Does unimodal always inhibit and bimodal always facilitate?
L Liu1234, V Peter, JH Ong, P Escudero23
Can Australian English listeners learn non-native vowels via distributional learning?
J Ong, J Terry, P Escudero
Sixteenth Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and …, 2016
Mandarin listeners can learn non-native lexical tones through distributional learning.
JH Ong, D Burnham, P Escudero
ICPhS, 2015
Probabilistic learning of cue-outcome associations is not influenced by autistic traits
JH Ong, F Liu
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 1-13, 2022
The effect of musical experience and congenital amusia on lexical tone perception, production, and learning: a review
JH Ong, SH Tan, AHD Chan, FCK Wong
Speech Perception, Production and Acquisition: Multidisciplinary approaches …, 2020
Statistical learning among young and older adults: Similar yet different?
JH Ong, AHD Chan
Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences …, 2019
The Reading Everyday Emotion Database (REED): A set of audio-visual recordings of emotions in music and language
JH Ong, FYN Leung, F Liu
Working memory modulates the effect of music on word learning
JH Ong, AHD Chan
Language and Cognition 15 (1), 131-147, 2023
Frequent experience with face coverings for 10 months improves emotion perception among individuals with high autistic traits: A repeated cross-sectional study
JH Ong, F Liu
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 17470218221135585, 2022
Learning to perceive non-native tones via distributional training: Effects of task and acoustic cue weighting
L Liu, C Yuan, JH Ong, A Tuninetti, M Antoniou, A Cutler, P Escudero
Brain Sciences 12 (5), 559, 2022
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