Philip Li

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Hui Li is a Professor in Early Childhood at the University of Macquarie. His research interests lie in developmental cognitive neuroscience, developmental psycholinguistics, early literacy, early childhood curriculum and pedagogy, educational policy, teacher education, and multilingualism. He is the founding member of the Multilingualism Research Centre and that of the Centre for Research in Early Childhood Education at Macquarie University. He has published more than 210 academic works including books, book chapters, and journal and conference​ papers. He is the founding executive editor of  ​Human Behaviour and Brain, the associate editor of Early Education and Development, Early Child Development and CareFrontiers in Psychology, and Springer-Nature Social Sciences. He is also the editorial board member of  Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, International Journal of Child Care and Education Policy, & International Journal of Early Years Education.

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Early Childhood , PhD, The University of Hong Kong

Award Date: 13 Nov 2000


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