Ruo Ying Feng

Ruo Ying Feng
McGill University | McGill · Department of Psychology

Bachelor of Arts (Honours)

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Introduction
I am a fourth-year undergraduate student at McGill, completing a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in Psychology with a minor in Computer Science. I am passionate about mental health advocacy and in the intersection between clinical, social and cultural psychology. After completing my BA, I plan on pursuing graduate studies in clinical or counselling psychology, with a focus on the sociocultural factors surrounding migration, mental health stigma and trauma.
Education
September 2017 - May 2021
McGill University
Field of study
  • Psychology - Minor in Computer Science

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Publications (4)
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Human cognition occurs within social contexts, and nowhere is this more evident than language behavior. Regularly using multiple languages is a globally ubiquitous individual experience that is shaped by social environmental forces, ranging from interpersonal interactions to ambient language exposure. Here, we develop a Systems Framework of Bilingu...
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Human cognition occurs within social contexts, and nowhere is this more evident than language behavior. Regularly using multiple languages is a globally ubiquitous, individual experience that is shaped by social environmental forces, ranging from interpersonal interactions to ambient language exposure. Here, we develop a Systems Framework of Biling...
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Recent work within the language sciences, particularly bilingualism, has sought new methods to evaluate and characterize how people differentially use language across different communicative contexts. These differences have thus far been linked to changes in cognitive control strategy, reading behavior, and brain organization. Here, we approach thi...
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Recent work within the language sciences, particularly bilingualism, has sought new methods to evaluate and characterize how people differentially use language across different communicative contexts. These differences have thus far been linked to changes in cognitive control strategy, reading behavior, and brain organization. Here, we approach thi...

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