Attention and Perception Lab

Lab Members
 

Liqiang Huang

Liqiang Huang works in the Department of Psychology, Chinese University of Hong Kong. His primary research interests are in visual attention and its role in visual perception, representation, and awareness.
Click here to read his curriculum vitae
Email him at lqhuang@psy.cuhk.edu.hk

 
 

Hui Chen

Hui Chen obtained his BA in Psychology from the Sun Yat-Sen University in 2007and his M.E in Engineering Psychology from Zhejiang University in 2010. He then joined this lab as a phD student in August, 2010. His research interests lie in the neural basis of attention, working memory and number cognition, using both behavioral and ERP experiments. He enjoys doing sports in his free time.
Email him at huichen@psy.cuhk.edu.hk

 
 

John Shing-Yu Chan

John works as a research assistant in the lab, helping out daily lab operations. He obtained his BSSc in Psychology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2010. His research interests are cognition/action links and aging.
Email him at john.sychan@gmail.com

 
Alumni
 

Shiqi Li

Shiqi Li joined the lab in August 2009 as an MPhil student after gaining a BA in Psychology from Sun Yat-Sen University. During her undergraduate study, she worked with Guomei Zhou, focusing on object recognition. Her main interests lie in visual perception, working memory, and attention.
Email her at sqli@psy.cuhk.edu.hk

 
 

Zhongting Chen

Zhongting Chen obtained his BA in Psychology from East China Normal University in 2008 and his M.S in Psychology from Sun Yat-sen University in 2010. He joined this lab as a reseach assistant in September, 2010 and his main job is to read and present recent papers, whose topic is relative to our lab's work. His research interests lie in the motion perception, perceptual grouping and cognitive modeling.
Email him at lucifer_1004033@hotmail.com

 

Jonas Sin-Heng Lau

Jonas was the first ever student in the lab. His resarch interests lie in visual attention, particularly visual search. He majored in cognitive science at The University of Hong Kong, conducting an own-race bias study for his undergraduate thesis under the supervision of Professor William Hayward. He first discovered that being a cognitive psychologist can be a super cool job when he took part in an academic exchange program at the University of California, San Diego, in which he took a lab course with Professor Hal Pashler. He also worked in Professor Pashler's lab for one summer. Jonas enjoys cycling and joking around in his free time.
Email him at shlau@psy.cuhk.edu.hk

 
 

Siu Kwong Yeung

Siu Kwong Yeung was the lab's research assistant. He was a Japanese studies major, a subject totally unrelated to attention, perception, or even psychology. He maintained the daily operation of the lab, which includes carrying out experiments and administrative tasks.
Email him at skyeung@psy.cuhk.edu.hk