Angeline Tsui is an international graduate student in the Experimental Psychology program. Her doctoral research will focus on monolinguals’and bilinguals’ speech segmentation. She is also interested in conducting research on infant word learning. She is currently working on a meta-analysis on the Switch-task paradigm and has presented her findings at the International Conference on Infant Studies in Berlin, Germany. Additionally, Angeline is interested in cognitive development, such as young children’s future thinking ability, executive function development and its impact on other cognitive tasks.
Angeline is originally from Hong Kong and attended the University of Hong Kong for her degrees in Economics and Finance and Psychology. During her Psychology degree, Angeline’s Honours Thesis focused on bimodal infant abstract rule learning from emotional stimuli.