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Journal Publications

Archer J.A., Lee A., Qiu, A. & Chen S.H.A. (2016). A comprehensive analysis of connectivity and aging over the adult life span. Brain Connectivity, 6(2): 169-185 DOI: 10.1089/ brain.2015.0345
Archer, J. A., Lim, Z. T., Teh, H.C., Chang, W. C., & Chen, S.H.A. (2015). The effect of age on the relationship between stress, well-being and health in a Singaporean sample. Ageing International, 40 (4), 413-425.
Chen, S.H.A., Heng, G. J., Ng, T. H. B., Eng, G. K., Kwok, F. Y., Lim, J. Y. Y., & Chew, E. (2015). Involvement of the inferior cerebellum in working memory: An fMRI-guided TMS study. Brain Stimulation: Basic, Translational, and Clinical Research in Neuromodulation, 8(2), 375-376.
Hale, J. B., Chen, S.H.A., Tan, S. C., Poon, K., Fitzer, K.R., & Boyd, L.A. (2016). Reconciling individual differences with collective needs: The juxtaposition of socio-political and neuroscience perspectives on remediation and compensation of student skill deficits. Trends in Neuroscience & Education, 5, 41-51
Liu H.S., & Chen, S.H.A. (2015). Neural correlates of Chinese and Japanese semantic processing: A meta-analysis. Language and Cognitive Science, 1 (1), 77-107.
Mu, C., Zhang, L., Ehrich, J., & Hong, H. (2015). The use of meta-discourse for knowledge construction in Chinese and English research articles. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 20,135-148
Ng H.B.T., Kao K-L.C., Chan Y.C., Chew E., Chuang K.H., & Chen S.H.A. (2016). Modality specificity in the cerebrocerebellar neurocircuitry during working memory. Behavioural Brain Research, 305: 164–173
Ng, B. (2016). Promoting lifelong learning by building autonomous learners. [Review of the book Building Autonomous Learners: Perspectives from Research and Practice using Self-Determination Theory, by W. C. Liu, J. C. K. Wang & R. M. Ryan]. New Waves Educational Research and Development, 19(1), 57-58.
Sobczak-Edmans M., Ng H.T., Chan Y.C., Chew E., Chuang K.H. & Chen S.H.A. (2016). Temporal dynamics of visual working memory. NeuroImage, 124,1021-1030. DOI:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2015.09.038