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Thomas Law

Thomas Law

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Hong Kong
Shatin
Hong Kong
http://www.ent.cuhk.edu.hk/staff-profiles/prof-law-thomas-ka-tung

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  • Stuttering in Children
  • Stuttering in Adults
  • Evidence-based Treatment of Stuttering
Lidcombe Program
Stuttering in Asian population (Chinese)
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Law, T., Packman, A. Onslow, M., To, C.K.-S., Tong, M.C.-F., Lee, K.Y.-S. (2018). Rhythmic speech and stuttering reduction in a syllable-timed language. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics 32(10): 932-949.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29873568

Law, T., Packman, A. Onslow, M., To, C.K.-S., Tong, M.C.-F., Lee, K.Y.-S. (2018). Lexical tone and stuttering in Cantonese. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics 32(4): 285-297.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28853955

Law, T., Packman, A., Onslow, M., To, C.K.-S., Tong, M.C.-F., Lee, K.Y-S. (2017). The topography of stuttering in Cantonese. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica. 69:110-117.
https://www.karger.com/Article/PDF/481254
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Dr Thomas Law is a speech-language pathologist registered in Hong Kong and Australia. He specialises in voice disorders, fluency disorders, and multilingual acquisition and its disorders. He is currently the Deputy Chief of Division of Speech Therapy. Thomas’ research includes inDr Thomas Law is a speech-language pathologist registered in Hong Kong and Australia. He specialises in voice disorders, fluency disorders, and multilingual acquisition and its disorders. He is currently the Deputy Chief of Division of Speech Therapy. Thomas’ research includes intervention outcomes and epidemiology in both stuttering and voice disorders, linguistic factors affecting stuttering, issues regarding perceptual evaluation of voice and clinical education in speech-language pathology.

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