李漢華助理教授

Dr. Hon Wah LEE

Assistant Professor

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Lab website:  https://sites.google.com/view/dcnlab/english

Bio

Dr Hon Wah Lee is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Education / Center for Teacher Education, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University. He is one of the few researchers who is both a trained cognitive neuroscientist and a qualified teacher with extensive classroom teaching experience. Having previously taught in different educational settings in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Bolivia and Australia and worked with students of a range of ages, abilities and backgrounds, he has become interested in the question of how to help people learn in order to achieve their full potential. He adopts a cross-disciplinary approach to studying the relationship between cognition, learning and the developing brain, with an ultimate goal of translating research findings into practical applications. In his 2013 paper entitled “What can cognitive neuroscience do to enhance our understanding of education and learning?”, he examines some previous attempts to connect the brain and education and discusses the implications of this merge for scientists and educators.

Qualifications

  • PhD in Learning and Instruction (with co-supervision in Cognitive Neuroscience), National Central University, Taiwan
  • MA in Linguistics for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Newcastle University, United Kingdom
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Special Education (Behaviour Problems), Macquarie University, Australia
  • Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA), University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Previous key positions

  • Assistant Professor, Institute of Education, National Chiao Tung University
  • Research Fellow, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, National Central University
  • Lecturer I & Self-Access Language Learning Co-ordinator, Language Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University
  • Instructor, English Language Centre, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Teaching

  • Cognitive Neuroscience (I): Attention, Development and Learning
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Experimental Design
  • Attention and Learning

Publications

期刊著作
Lee, K., & Lee, H.W. (2019). Inhibition and mathematical performance: Poorly correlated, poorly measured, or poorly matched?. Child Development Perspectives, 13(1), 28-33.
Lee, H.W., Lu, M.S., Chen, C.Y., Muggleton, N.G., Hsu, T.Y., & Juan, C.H. (2016). Roles of the pre-SMA and rIFG in conditional stopping revealed by transcranial magnetic stimulation. Behavioural Brain Research, 296, 459-467.
Lee, H.W., Lo, Y.H., Li, K.H., Sung, W.S., & Juan, C.H. (2015). The relationship between the development of response inhibition and intelligence in preschool children. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 802.
Lee, H.W.*, & Juan, C.H.* (2013). What can cognitive neuroscience do to enhance our understanding of education and learning? Journal of Neuroscience and Neuroengineering, 2(4), 393-399. *Corresponding Author
Lo, Y.H., Liang, W.K., Lee, H.W., Wang, C.H., Tzeng, O.J.L., Hung, D.L., Cheng, S.K., & Juan, C.H. (2013). The neural development of response inhibition in 5- and 6-year-old preschoolers: an ERP and EEG study. Developmental Neuropsychology, 38(5), 301-316.
專書論文
Lee, I. (2014). Managing self-access language learning at Hong Kong Baptist University. In D. Gardner & L. Miller, Managing Self-Access Language Learning (pp.101-110). Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press.
研討會論文
Lee, H.W., & Juan, C.H. (2017, September). Using the drift diffusion model to overcome the limitations of the difference scores in studying children’s attention development. Poster presented at the British Psychological Society Cognitive Psychology Section Annual Conference, Newcastle, The United Kingdom.
Lee, H.W., Wang, C.H., & Juan, C.H. (2015, March). Longitudinal development of attention in middle childhood and its relationship to mathematics achievement. Poster presented at the Inaugural International Convention of Psychological Science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Lee, H.W., Lu, M.S., Chen, C.Y., Muggleton, N.G., Hsu, T.Y., Juan, C.H. (2015, January). Roles of the pre-SMA and rIFG in the selective stop-signal task: A TMS Study. Poster presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Taiwan Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Taipei, Taiwan.
Lee, H.W., Lo, Y.H., & Juan, C.H. (2013, October). What develops in the development of attention in early childhood? Paper presented at the 52th Annual Meeting of the Taiwanese Psychological Association, Taipei, Taiwan.
Lee, H.W., Lo, Y.H., Li, K.H., Sung, W.S., Lin, Y.C., Ko, H.W., Tzeng, O.J.L., Hung, D.L., & Juan, C.H. (2013, September). The distracted mind: The developmental relationship between attention and intelligence. Poster presented at the Joint Cognitive Psychology Section & Developmental Psychology Section Annual Conference 2013 of the British Psychological Society, Reading, The United Kingdom.
Lee, H.W., Lo, Y.H., Li, K.H., Sung, W.S., Lin, Y.C., Ko, H.W., Tzeng, O.J.L., Hung, D.L., & Juan, C.H. (2013, January). Inhibition and intelligence: Their relationship in early childhood development. Poster presented at the Inaugural Meeting of the Taiwan Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Taipei, Taiwan.
Lee, H.W., Lo, Y.H., Li, K.H., Sung, W.S., Lin, Y.C., Ko, H.W., Tzeng, O.J.L., Hung, D.L., & Juan, C.H. (2012, August). The relationship between the development of motor response inhibition and intelligence in preschool children. Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction SIG 5 Learning and Development in Early Childhood. Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Lee, H.W., Li, K.H., Lo, Y.H., Sung, W.S., Lin, Y.C., Ko, H.W., Tzeng, O.J.L., Hung, D.L., Shih, C.M., & Juan, C.H. (2011, October). Using the stop-signal task to investigate the relationship between the development of motor response inhibition and the development of intelligence in preschool children. Paper presented at the 50th Annual Meeting of the Taiwanese Psychological Association, Taichung, Taiwan.

 


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