Change of the lab face over the years...
Alan Wong - Principal investigator
I got my PhD in Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience at Vanderbilt University's Department of Psychology under the supervision of Isabel Gauthier and Tom Palmeri. While I was a student I also worked with and learned from Will Hayward and T.-C. Chan. Now I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. My research interest concerns with perceptual expertise, object recognition, digital experience, consciousness, etc.
vita | email: alancnwong et gmail.com
Kelvin Lui - PhD student
I got an M.Phil. degree at the psychology department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2013. My undergraduate and M.Phil. theses were about the effect of media multitasking on cognitive control. My research interest mainly concerns with consciousness, attention and perception.
vita | email: f2a8kelvin et yahoo.com.hk
Nicolson Siu - PhD student
I obtained my Bachelor Degree in Psychology from The Chinese
University of Hong Kong. I am interested in exploring the relationship
between the human brain and behaviors, especially the abnormal cognitive
associated with brain impairments. Therefore, I am now doing research on various type of training to enhance cognitive functions of individuals. Recently, I am also interested in studying the lifespan development of human time perception.
vita | email: siuyatfan et hotmail.com
Vince Ngan - MPhil student
I acquired my Bachelor Degree in Psychology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. During my undergraduate study, I became increasingly interested in how experiences interact with our underlying cognitive architecture and subsequently the fundamental limits in perception and attention. My undergraduate thesis, under the supervision of Alan, concerns the potential relationship between creativity and multitasking.
vita | email: vince.ngansh et gmail.com
Terri Ng – Research Assistant
In past few years, I was responsible for data collection by behavioral and brain imaging methods (functional MRI and EEG). I love to get involve in scientific studies because I am curious to understand how our brain processes under certain circumstances. It can help to explain the human behaviors from the point of view in cognitive psychology.
vita | email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lizhuang Yang - Started postdoctoral fellow job at University of Science and Technology of China in 2012.
Zhiyi Qu - Started instructor job at Tianjin Medical University, China in 2011.
Aiden Tong - Started further study in the field of architecture in the USA in 2014.
Crystal Yuen - Continued with instructor jobs in 2012
Yi Chit Yuen - Started graduate study at the Department of Psychology at West Virginia Univerisity, USA in 2010.