Appointment: Associate Dean (Graduate Education), College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences
Associate Professor

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Ng Bee Chin works in the area of child language acquisition and semantics. Her primary area of research is in psycholinguistics and sociolinguistics aspects of language acquisition in multilingual contexts. Topics which she has worked on include bilingual acquisition, language identity and attitudes, semantic and conceptual acquisition, interpretation and translation, language and gender, speech pathology in multilingual settings. Given the multilingual context she works in, she is interested in any aspect of language enquiry which explores the interaction between the speaker and the enviroment.

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Mar 27, 2019
Ng, Bee Chin; Tay, Rosabel Yu Ling, 2019, "Replication data for Effects of affective priming through music on the use of emotion words: Music primes on use of emotion words",, DR-NTU (Data), V1
This dataset accompanies the article entitled "Effects of affective priming through music on the use of emotion words: Music primes on use of emotion words." S1 Dataset contains the complete data of the experiment, including participants' language background and questionnaire res...
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