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Chua, Fook Kee
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Chua, Fook Kee

Associate Professor

Ph.D. (UCLA), M.A. (Canterbury), B.A. (Victoria Wellington)

I trained in visual psychophysics in UCLA. My current research interests include examining how attention is deployed over time and space, and how attention might be "captured". I also work on problems relating to various forms of attentional "blindnesses", such as inattentional blindness, inattentional amnesia, and the attentional blink.

Research Interests:
  • Representation of languages in a bilingual
  • Selective attention
  • Visual processing of the logograph
Recent/ Representative Publications:
  • Wee, S., & Chua, F. K. (2004).
    Capturing attention when attention "blinks".
    Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 30, 598-612.
  • Chan, W. Y., & Chua, F. K. (2003).
    Grouping with and without attention.
    Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 10, 932-938.
  • Chua, F. K., Goh, J., & Hon, N. (2001).
    Nature of codes extracted during the attentional blink.
    Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 27, 1229-1242.