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Professor Brendan Stuart Weekes (26/8/61, Sydney) Australian/British Citizen

Chair in Communication Science at the University of Hong Kong (HKU)


Director of the Language, Science and Disorders Laboratory HKU.
Education
Professor Brendan Weekes gained a first degree in Psychology from the University of Melbourne (1986) and qualified as a clinical psychologist (1988) and then clinical neuropsychologist (1990) at Macquarie University in Sydney. While at Macquarie (now MACCS) he began his research career under the supervision of Professor Max Coltheart, first working as a clinical psychologist, research associate and finally completing a PhD in 1992.
Employment

Brendan began his research career in cognitive neuropsychology in 1988 mentored by Professor Max Coltheart and then Professor Glyn Humphreys at the University of Birmingham (UK), with whom he worked as a British Council postdoctoral fellow (1990). In 1991, Brendan returned to Australia to take up a Lectureship in Clinical Psychology at the Australian National University where he began his long-lasting research collaboration in the field of Chinese language processing with Dr May Jane Chen. In 1994, Brendan returned to the UK to take up a lectureship and then a senior lectureship in Clinical Psychology at the University of Kent and in 1999 he worked at the University of Hong Kong as an Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology. Brendan returned to the UK to take up his Readership in the Laboratory of Experimental Psychology at the University of Sussex. Although based in the UK, Brendan continued his collaborative work in East Asia (Hong Kong, Singapore and Beijing) most notably with Professor Yin Wengang at the Key State Laboratory of Mental Health, Chinese Academy of Science. At Sussex, Brendan began research in the field of cognitive neuroscience by establishing the first Human Psychophysiology Laboratory (HPL) at Sussex with competitive funding. As Co-director of the HPL, he supervised research projects using EEG, TMS, fMRI and eye tracking methods with psychology colleagues (Drs Hutton, Ferstl, Reby, Garnham and Oakhill). Some 50 students and post-doctoral colleagues from Belgium, China, France, Italy, Spain, US and the UK have carried out published research projects in the HPL since 2004.


Postdoctoral and Postgraduate Research Interests
Professor Weekes is an internationally recognized expert in the field of language and memory processing in individuals who have communication disorders as well as the application of cognitive neuroscience methods to the diagnosis and treatment of language impairment.
Postdoctoral colleagues
Dr. Liu Youyi (2007) Beijing Normal University.
Dr. Zhang Qingfang (2007) Chinese Academy of Science.
Dr. Steve Majerus (2006) FNRS, Belgium Permanent Scientist.
Dr. Martine Poncelet (2006) University of Liege.
Dr. Robert Davies (2002) Sussex then UCL, Oviedo and Oxford.
Current Students
Francesca Citron, 2008-2010: Emotion word processing: Behavioural, EEG and fMRI.
Kathrin Klingebiel, 2007-2010: Memory for serial order: bilingual speaking children.
Stephen Hamilton, 2005-2010: Reading comprehension disorders in adult readers.
Clare Jonas, 2008-2010: Letter and number processing in syneasthesia.
Chiara Mazzi, 2008-2010: Count and mass noun processing: An EEG study.
Previous Students
Dr. Samantha Otero, 2005-2010: False memory in normal ageing.
Dr. I Fan Su, 2005-2009: Processing semantic radicals in Chinese.

Dr. Antonio Ibanez Molina, 2005-2009: False memory in Spanish-English bilinguals.

Dr. Javier Ferriero, 2007-2008: Emotion and motion verb processing in Spanish.
Dr. Ben Parris, 2002-2006: Is word recognition automatic?
Dr. Caroline Castel, 2005-2006: Word recognition in French-English bilinguals.
Awards/External Committees
Professor Weekes is on the editorial boards of Aphasiology and Psicologia reflecting his interests in communication disorders and experimental psychology in different languages. He has also served on expert review panels for the Australian Research Council, British Academy, BBSRC, the Economic and Social Research Council, RGC, Royal Society, UK Medical Research Council and the National Institute for Health Research, USA. He holds an honorary (visiting) appointment at the Chinese Academy of Science.
Brendan has served on many committees including the Academy of Aphasia and the ESRC and has been the Director of Laboratories and Technical Equipment, Ethics (Sussex), Undergraduate Studies, Ethics, and Clinical programmes (Kent).
Books
Weekes, B.S. (Editor). Acquired Dyslexia and Dysgraphia across scripts: Volume II. IOS press, in prep.
Weekes, B.S. (Editor). Issues in Bilingual Aphasia. 2010, Psychology Press. Hove, UK. ISBN 1848727321
Law, S.P., & Weekes, B.S., & Wong, A. (Editors). Language Disorders in Speakers of Chinese. 2009, Multilingual Matters, Clevedon, UK. ISBN: 1847691161
Weekes, B.S. (Editor). Acquired Dyslexia and Dysgraphia across scripts. Volume 1, 2005. IOS press, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN 1-58603-592-4.

Book Chapters

Weekes, B.S., (in press). Lexical retrieval in alphabetic and non-alphabetic scripts: Evidence from brain imaging. In N. Brunswick (Ed). The role of orthographies in reading and spelling. Psychology Press, Hove, UK.
Su I.F., Klingebiel, K., & Weekes, B.S. (in press). Dyslexia and dysgraphia in Chinese: A cognitive neuropsychological approach. In N. Brunswick (Ed). The role of orthographies in reading and spelling. Psychology Press, Hove, UK.
Weekes, B.S., Su I.F., & Yin W.G. (2009). Disorders of reading in Chinese. In S. Law, B. Weekes, & A. Wong (Eds). Language Disorders in Speakers of Chinese. Multilingual Matters, Clevedon, UK.
Klingebiel, K., & Weekes, B.S. (2009). Developmental dyslexia in Chinese: behavioural, genetic and neuropsychological issues. In S. Law, B. Weekes, & A. Wong (Eds). Language Disorders in Speakers of Chinese. Multilingual Matters, Clevedon, UK.
Weekes, B.S., Su I.F., & Yin W.G. (2009). Acquired dyslexia in Mongolian and Chinese. In S. Law, B. Weekes, & A. Wong (Editors). Language Disorders in Speakers of Chinese. Multilingual Matters, Clevedon, UK.
Robinson, G.E. & Weekes, B.S. (2007). Rehabilitation in clinical neuropsychology. In G. Davey (Ed.). Clinical Psychology. Hodder Arnold, London. pp 207-228.
Weekes, B.S. (2007). The cognitive neuropsychology of language disorders among Spanish speakers. In J.G. Centeno, L.K. Obler & R. Anderson (Eds.), Studying Communication Disorders in Spanish Speakers: Theoretical, Research & Clinical Aspects. Multilingual Matters. Clevedon, UK. pp 91-98.
Referred publications (up to 2007)

Bi Y.C., Han, B.Z., Shu, H. & Weekes, B.S., (2007). The interaction between semantic and nonsemantic systems in reading: Converging evidence from Chinese. Neuropsychologia, 45(12), 2660-2673.

Hutton, S. & Weekes, B.S. (2007). Low frequency rTMS over posterior parietal cortex impairs smooth pursuit eye tracking. Experimental Brain Research, 183, 195-200.
Parris, B.A. & Weekes, B.S. (2007). An Optimal Viewing Position effect in the Stroop Task when only one letter is the colour carrier? Experimental Psychology, 54(4), 273-280.
Weekes, B.S., Hua, S. Hao, M.L., Liu Y.Y., & Tan, L-H. (2007). Predictors of timed picture naming in Chinese. Behaviour Research Methods Instruments and Computers, 39(2), 335-342.
Weekes, B.S., Su I.F., Yin W.G. & Zhang X.H. (2007). Oral reading in bilingual aphasia: evidence from Mongolian and Chinese. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 10(2), 201-210.
Weekes, B.S., Klingebiel, K., Su, I-F., Zhang, Q.F., Zhang, X.H., & Yin, W.G. (2007). Acquired dyslexia in Mongolian. Brain and Language, 103, 109-110.
Law, S.P., Yeung, O., Wong, W. & Weekes, B.S. (2007). Age of acquisition effects on reading aloud in two Chinese dyslexic individuals, Brain and Language, 103, 107-108.

Poncelet, M., Majerus, S., Raman, I., Warginaire, S., & Weekes, B.S. (2007). Naming actions and objects in bilingual aphasia. Brain and Language, 103, 158-159.

Su, I.F. & Weekes, B.S. (2007). Effects of frequency and semantic radical combinability on reading in Chinese: An ERP study. Brain and Language, 103, 111-112.
Liu, Y.Y., Shu, H., & Weekes, B.S. (2007). Differences in neural processing between nouns and verbs in Chinese: Evidence from EEG. Brain and Language, 103, 75-77.
Wilson, M.A., Martinez-Cuitino, M., Defior, S., & Weekes, B.S. (2007). Dissociable effects of grammatical class in acquired dysgraphia: Evidence from Spanish. Brain and Language, 103, 103-104.
Zhang, Q.F., Weekes, B.S. & Yang, Y.F. (2007). Electrophysiological estimates of the time course of orthographic and metrical encoding in Chinese speech production. Brain and Language, 103, 124-125.
Holliday, R.E. & Weekes, B.S. (2006). Dissociated developmental trajectories for semantic and phonological false memories. Memory, 14(5), 624-636.
Weekes, B.S., Yin W.G., Su, I.F. & Chen, M.J. (2006). The cognitive neuropsychology of reading and writing in Chinese. Language and Linguistics, 7(3), 595-617.

Weekes, B.S., Castles, A.E., & Davies, R.A. (2006). Effects of consistency and age of acquisition on reading and spelling in developing readers. Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 19(2), 132-169.

Hamilton, S., Holliday, R., Hutton, S., Johnson, F., & Weekes, B.S. (2006). Hybrid false recollection: Evidence from ERP. Psychophysiology, 20(4), 324-324.
Hutton, S., Otero, S., & Weekes B. (2006). The effects of low frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on smooth pursuit and saccadic eye movements. Psychophysiology, 20(4), 325-325.
Weekes, B.S. (2006). Deep dysgraphia: Evidence for a summation account of written word production. Brain and Language, 99, 30-31.
Law, S-P., Weekes, B.S. & Wong, W. (2006). Naming of real and pseudo-characters with free-standing and non-free-standing phonetic radicals by Cantonese dyslexic individuals. Brain and Language, 99, 38-39.
Ibanez-Molina, A., Su, I-F., Knight, C., Holliday, R., & Weekes, B.S. (2006). False recollection among bilingual speakers: Evidence from EEG. Brain and Language, 99, 180-182.
Bradley, V., Davies, R.A., Parris, B.A., Su, I.F., & Weekes, B.S. (2006). Age of acquisition effects on action naming in fluent progressive aphasia. Brain and Language, 99, 128-129.
Parris, B.A., & Weekes, B.S. (2006). Action and object naming in dementia. Brain and Language, 99, 130-131.

Senaha, M.L., Caramelli, P., Nitrini, R., Charchat-Fichman, H., & Weekes B.S. (2006). Semantic dementia without surface dyslexia: Evidence from Portuguese. Brain and Language, 99, 42-43.

He, S-X., Yin, W-G., Luo, Y-J., & Weekes, B.S. (2006). The neuropsychological basis of word recognition in Chinese: An ERP study. Brain and Language, 99, 201-203.
Davies, R.A., & Weekes, B.S. (2005). Effects of feedforward and feedback consistency on reading and spelling in dyslexia. Dyslexia, 11, 233-252.
Weekes, B.S. (2005). Acquired disorders of reading and writing: cross-script comparisons. Behavioural Neurology, 16(2-3), 51-57.
Raman, I. & Weekes, B.S. (2005). Deep dysgraphia in Turkish. Behavioural Neurology, 16(2-3), 59-69.
Yin W.G., He, S.X., & Weekes, B.S. (2005). Acquired dyslexia and dysgraphia in Chinese. Behavioural Neurology, 16(2-3), 159-167.
Raman, I. & Weekes, B.S. (2005). Acquired dyslexia in a Turkish-English speaker. Annals of Dyslexia, 55(1), 71-96.
Han, B.Z., Bi Y.C., Shu, H., & Weekes, B.S. (2005). The interaction between semantic and sublexical routes in reading: Converging evidence from Chinese. Brain and Language, 95(1), 235-236.

Weekes, B., Birley, M., Stein, K. & Holliday, R. (2005). Relative false recollection in dementia: A cross linguistic comparison in English and Portuguese. Brain and Language, 95(1), 145-146.

Holliday, R. Hamilton, S., Luthra, A., Oddy, M. & Weekes, B. (2005). Impaired comprehension of text following traumatic brain injury: Missing the gist? Brain and Language, 95(1), 74-75.
Weekes, B., McMahon, K., Eastburn, M., Bryant, D., Wang, D-M., & De Zubicaray, G. (2005). Orthographic effects on picture naming in Chinese: A4T erfMRI Study. Brain and Language, 95(1), 14-15.
Chen, M.J. & Weekes, B.S. (2004). Effects of semantic radicals on Chinese character categorization and character decision. Chinese Journal of Psychology, 46(2), 179-195.
Weekes, B.S. Davies, R.A., Wadey, A. & Bradley, V. (2004). Verb transformation in non-fluent progressive aphasia. Brain and Language, 91(1), 108-109.
Luo, Q. & Weekes, B.S. (2004) Tonal dyslexia in Chinese. Brain and Language, 91(1), 102-103.
Weekes, B.S., Chan, A., Jin, Z., Kwok, J.S.W., & Tan, L.H. (2004). AoA effects on Chinese language processing: An fMRI study. Brain and Language, 91(1), 33-34.
Yin W.G. & Weekes, B.S. (2003). Dyslexia in Chinese. Annals of Dyslexia, 53, 255-275.

Weekes, B.S. Davies, R.A. Parris, B.A. & Robinson, G.A. (2003). Age of acquisition effects on spelling in surface dysgraphia. Aphasiology, 17(6/7), 563-584.

Raman, I. & Weekes, B.S. (2003). Deep dysphasia in Turkish. Brain and Language, 87(1), 38-39.
Parris, B.A. & Weekes, B.S. (2001). Action naming in dementia. Neurocase, 7(6), 459-471.
Chee, M.W.L., Weekes, B.S., Lee K.M., Soon, C.S., Schreiber, A., Hoon, J.J. Chee, M. (2000). Overlap and dissociation of semantic processing of characters English words and pictures: Evidence from fMRI. NeuroImage, 12, 392-403.
Weekes, B.S. (2000). Oral reading in Chinese: evidence from patients with dementia of the Alzheimer’s type. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 35(4), 543-559.
Weekes, B.S. & Chen, H-Q. (1999). Surface dyslexia in Chinese. Neurocase, 5(2), 161-172.
Chee, M., Caplan, D., Soon C., Sriram, N., Tan E., Thiel, T., & Weekes B.S. (1999). Processing of visually presented sentences in Mandarin and English studied with fMRI. Neuron, 23(1), 127-137.
Luo, Y-J., Wei, J-H., & Weekes, B.S. (1999). A comparison of auditory mismatch negativity and P300 in normal children with musical meditation training. Chinese Medical Sciences Journal, 14(2), 75-79.

Weekes, B.S., Teh, S., Leck, K-J., & Lee, W-L. (1999). Oral reading by Chinese speakers with dementia of the Alzheimer’s type. Brain and Language, 69(3), 466-469.

Weekes, B.S. & Zhang, B-Y. (1999). Chinese character recognition in the left and right visual fields. Brain and Cognition, 40(1), 269-272.
Weekes, B. & Chen, M.J. (1998). Issues in Chinese aphasia. Aphasiology, 12(1), 1-3.
Weekes, B.S., Chen, M.J. & Yu, B-L. (1998). Phonological priming of character recognition. In C.K. Leong, & K. Tamaoka (Eds.). Cognitive Processing of the Chinese and Japanese Languages. Dordrecht: Kluwer. p.p. 47-68.
Donnelly, N., Weekes, B.S., Humphreys, G.W., & Albon, A. (1998). Processes involved in the computation of a shape description. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 24(4), 1-12.
Weekes, B.S., Chen, M.J. & Yu, B-L. (1998). Differential effects of phonological priming on Chinese word recognition. Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 10(3-5), 47-68.
Weekes, B.S., Chen, M-J., Hu, C-Q., Yu, B-L., Xie, Y-X., & Cui, Y. (1998). Anomia and dyslexia in Chinese: A familiar story? Aphasiology, 12(1), 77-98.
Weekes, B.S. (1997). Differential effects of number of letters on word and nonword naming. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology; Human Experimental Psychology, 50A(2), 439-456.

Weekes, B.S., Coltheart, M., & Gordon, E.V. (1997). Deep dyslexia and right hemisphere reading: A regional cerebral blood-flow study. Aphasiology, 11(12), 1139-1158.

Weekes, B.S., Chen, M.J. & Yin, W-G. (1997a). Anomia without dyslexia in Chinese. Neurocase, 3, 51-60.
Weekes, B.S., Chen, M.J., & Yin, W-G. (1997b). Anomia without surface dyslexia in Chinese. Brain and Language, 60(1), 140-143.
Weekes, B.S. & Robinson, G.A. (1997). Semantic anomia without surface dyslexia. Aphasiology, 11(8), 813-825.
Weekes, B.S., Chen, M.J., Yu, B-L. (1997). Repetition priming of Chinese characters and pseudocharacters. In H-C. Chen (Ed.). Cognitive Processing of Chinese and related Asian Languages. Hong Kong; Chinese University Press. pp. 161-170.
Weekes, B.S. & Coltheart, M. (1996). Surface dyslexia and surface dysgraphia: Treatment studies and their theoretical implications. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 13(2), 277-315.
Donnelly, N., Wilkinson, D. & Weekes, B.S. (1996). Computing spatial relations in the left and right visual fields. Brain and Cognition, 32, 180-183.
Weekes, B.S. (1996). The cognitive neuropsychology of Chinese language processing. In D. Peng, H. Shu & H. Chen (Eds.). Cognitive Processing of the Chinese Language. Beijing; Shandong Educational Publishing House (in Chinese). p.p. 400-420.

Leck, K.J., Weekes, B.S., & Chen, M.J. (1995). Visual and phonological pathways to the lexicon: Evidence from Chinese readers. Memory and Cognition, 23(4), 468-476.

Lloyd-Jones, T., Donnelly, N. & Weekes, B.S. (1995). Correlating mind and body. Behavioural and Brain Sciences, 18(4), 688-688.
Weekes, B.S. (1995). Right hemisphere writing. Aphasiology, 9(4), 305-315.
Robinson, G.A. & Weekes, B.S. (1995). Subtypes of developmental dysgraphia. In J. Fourez (Ed.), Brain impairment: Treatment issues and Long Term Outcomes. Australian Academic Press. pp. 65-71.
Haslam, C., Ewing, J., Johns, U., & Weekes, B.S. (Eds.). Cognitive Functioning in Health, Disease and Disorder. 1994, Sydney; Australian Academic Press.
Weekes, B.S. (1994a). Spelling skills of lexical readers. British Journal of Psychology, 85, 245-257.
Weekes, B.S. (1994b). A cognitive neuropsychological analysis of allograph errors from a patient with acquired dysgraphia. Aphasiology, 8(5), 409-425.
Weekes, B.S., & Ogden, J.A. (1994). Spelling with the right hemisphere. In C. Haslam, J. Ewing, U. Johns & B. Weekes, (Eds.). Cognitive Functioning in Health, Disease and Disorder. Sydney; Australian Academic Press, pp. 83-87.

Weekes, B.S., Thomas, S.J. & Robinson, G.E. (1994). Constraining models of naming: evidence from anomia. In C. Haslam, J. Ewing, U. Johns & B.S. Weekes, (Eds.). Cognitive Functioning in Health, Disease and Disorder. Sydney: Australian Academic Press, pp. 91-97.

Weekes, B.S. (1993). A test of episodic visual memory. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 77(3), 1091-1096.
Weekes, B.S. (1993). Criterion-related validity of the Responsibility scale of the California Psychological Inventory. Psychological Reports, 73(1), 315-320.
Weekes, B.S. (1993). Cognitive theories of reading aloud and rehabilitation of acquired surface dyslexia. In J.A. Hendy, D. Caine, A. Pfaff, & E. Hannan (Eds.). The Life Cycle: Development, Maturation and Senescence. Sydney: Australian Academic Press, pp. 44-50.
Weekes, B.S. & Waterhouse, I.K. (1991). Hostile attitudes and the coronary prone personality. Australian Psychologist, 26(1), 33-36.
Other publications (including refereed conference abstracts)
Citron, F., Weekes, B.S., & Ferstl, E. (2009). Disentangling valence and arousal effects during emotion word processing. Psychophysiology, 46, 86-87.
Rodriguez-Ferreiro, J., Davies, R., Ceutos, F., & Weekes, B.S. (2009). ERP correlates of verb processing: a comparison of motion and emotion verbs. Psychophysiology, 46, 59-60.

Mazzi, C., Eve, M., & Weekes, B.S. (2009). Neural processing of mass, count and dual nouns: An ERP investigation. Psychophysiology, 46, 138-139.

Klingebiel, K., Majerus, S. & Weekes, B.S. (2009). Serial order and item memory in mono and bilingual speakers. Psychophysiology, 46, 84-85.
Su, I-F., & Weekes, B.S. (2008). The role of semantic radicals in Chinese character recognition: Behavioural and electrophysiological findings. International Journal Of Psychology, 43(3-4), 713.
Hutton, S. & Weekes, B.S. (2008). Pupil dilation and false recollection. International Journal Of Psychology, 43(3-4), 371.
Hutton, S., Weekes, B.S. & Merrifield, S. (2006). The effects of repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation on smooth pursuit and saccadic eye movements. Proceedings of the 2nd Cognitive Science Conference, St Petersburg.
Weekes, B.S, Chan, A., Jin, Z., Kwok, J.S.W., & Tan, L.H. (2006). Effects of age limited learning on language processing in Chinese: An fMRI study. Proceedings of the 2nd Cognitive Science Conference, St Petersburg.
Weekes, B.S, De Zubicaray, G., McMahon, K., Eastburn, M., Bryant, D., & Wang, D-M. (2006). A 4TefMRI study of orthographic effects on picture naming in Chinese. Proceedings of the 2nd Cognitive Science Conference, St Petersburg.
Otero, S., Weekes B.S., & Hutton, S. (2006). Pictures, words and structural similarity: Enhanced false recognition and the effects of age. Proceedings of the 2nd Cognitive Science Conference, St Petersburg.

Hutton, S., & Weekes B.S. (2005). The role of attention in smooth pursuit eye tracking: Evidence from dual task and TMS. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 51.

Weekes B, Chan A, Kwok J, et al. (2005). Effects of age limited learning on word recognition in Chinese: Evidence from imaging. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 51.
Weekes, B.S., & Yin, W.G. (2004). Dyslexia in Chinese: Evidence from Putonghua speakers. International Journal of Psychology, 39(5-6), 37.
Weekes, B.S., Chan, A., Jin, Z., et al. (2004). A functional MRI study of AOA effects on Chinese language processing. International Journal of Psychology, 39(5-6), 140.
Yin, W.G. & Weekes, B.S. (2004). A case study of Chinese developmental dyslexia – a neuropsychological approach. International Journal of Psychology, 39(5-6), 413.
Parris, B. & Weekes, B.S. (2001). Do actions speak louder than words? A case study of action naming in dementia. Australian Journal of Psychology, 53(2), 124.
Weekes, B.S. (1998). Normal and impaired oral reading in Chinese aphasic patients. Asia Pacific Journal of Speech and Hearing Sciences, 3(3), 163-164.
Chen, M-J. & Weekes, B.S. (1998). How special are pictographs? In H.S.R. Kao & D.G. Gao (Eds.). Advances in Theoretical Issues and Cognitive Neuroscience Research on the Chinese Language. University of Hong Kong. pp. 6-16.

Weekes, B.S. & Zhang, B-Y. (1998). Chinese character recognition in left and right visual fields. In H.S.R. Kao & D.G. Gao (Eds.). Advances in Theoretical Issues and Cognitive Neuroscience Research on the Chinese Language. University of Hong Kong. pp. 68-78.

Weekes, B.S. Chen, H-Q, & Chen, M-J. (1998). Surface dyslexia in Chinese speakers. In H.S.R. Kao & D.G. Gao (Eds.). Advances in Theoretical Issues and Cognitive Neuroscience Research on the Chinese Language. University of Hong Kong. pp. 131-139.
Weekes, B.S., Chen, M.J., & Lin, Y.B. (1996). Orthographic, phonological and semantic priming of Chinese character recognition. International Journal of Psychology, 31(3-4), 1483.
Weekes, B.S. (1995). Mental Lives. Australian Journal of Psychology, 47(2), 119.
Robinson G.A., & Weekes, B.S. (1993). Word length effects on the process of oral reading. Australian Journal of Psychology 45(2), 124.

Weekes, B.S., Donnelly, N., & Humphreys, G.W. (1993). Computation of primitive shape descriptions. Australian Journal of Psychology, 45(2), 127.


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