Contact Information

Stephanie Lung Lock Man
 
M.A. candidate
 
School/Applied Child Psychology
 
McGill University
 

Research Interests

My research interests centered the perceptual and cognitive correlates of, and their relationships in individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). A wealth of evidence shows that individuals with ASD demonstrate heightened local perceptual functioning and cognitive fixations, as well as diminished global perception and cognitive integration. Hence, I aim to further investigate these unique perceptual and cognitive correlates in ASD and delineate a framework that marries both correlates.

Keywords:

autism, perseveration, enhanced perceptual functioning
 

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Lung, S (2018).Evidence-Based Practice and Practice-Based Evidence in School Psychology. NASP Communiqué, 47(1), 8-9.
  • Lung, S., Lee, E., Chen, E., Chan, S., Chang, W.C., Hui, C. (2018). Prevalence and Correlates of Antipsychotic Polypharmacy in Hong Kong. Asian Journal of Psychiatry, 33, DOI:10.1016/j.ajp.2018.03.012

Conference Presentations

  • Lung, S.L.M., & Bertone, A. (2018, November). Nonverbal strength without verbal weaknesses: Cognitive analysis of intellectually impaired adolescents with autism. Poster session presented at the Neuroscience Research Center of the Université du Québec à Montréal (NeuroQAM) Conference, Montréal, Canada.
  • Lung, S.L.M., & Bertone, A. (2018, October). Is perseveration a reliable marker of autism? Poster session presented at the Transforming Autism Care Consortium, Montréal, Canada.
  • Lung, S.L.M., Oh, H.J.J., & Bertone, A. (2018, May). Specificity of atypical sensory behaviors in autism – Examination of intellectually impaired adolescents with and without autism. Poster session presented at the McGill Summer Institute for School Psychology Conference, Montréal, Canada.
  • Lung, S.L.M., & Bertone, A. (2018, March). How do sensory patterns and cognitive flexibility contribute to the restricted, repetitive behaviors in school-aged children with autism? Oral session presented at the McGill Education Graduate Student Society Conference, Montréal, Canada.