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  2. Wong, A.C.-N., Wong, Y.K., Lui, K.F.H., Ng, T.Y.K., & Ngan, V.S.H. (2019). Sensitivity to configural information in words predicts word recognition fluency. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 45(1), 82-99.
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  12. Wong, Y.K., & Wong, A.C.-N. (2014). Absolute pitch memory: Its prevalence among musicians and dependence on the testing context. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 21(2), 534-542.
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  17. Chan, J.S.Y., Wong, A.C.-N., Liu, Y., Yu, J., & Yan, J.H. (2011). Fencing Expertise and Physical Fitness Enhance Action Inhibition. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 12(5), 509-514.
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  24. Mack, M.L., Wong, A.C.-N., Gauthier, I., Tanaka, J.W., Palmeri, T.J. (2009). Time-course of visual object categorization: Fastest does not necessarily mean first. Vision Research, 49, 1961-1968.
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  32. Hayward, W.G., Wong, A.C.-N., & Spehar, B. (2005). When are viewpoint costs greater for silhouettes than for shaded images? Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 12, 321-327.
  33. Wong, A.C.-N., & Hayward, W.G. (2005). Constraints on view combination: Effects of self-occlusion and difference between familiar views. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 31, 110-121.
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