DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY
HON, HSUEH HSIEN NICHOLAS
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Hon, Hsueh Hsien Nicholas

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. (Cambridge), B.Soc.Sci. (Hons.) (NUS)

My research interests include: 1) visual attention, 2) visual perception, and 3) the use of brain imaging techniques in the study of cognitive function.

Research Interests:
  • Visual attention
  • Visual perception
  • Use of brain imaging techniques in the study of cognitive function
Recent/ Representative Publications:
  • Hon, N. & Tan, C-H. (2013).
    Why Rare Targets are Slow: Evidence that the Target Probability Effect has an Attentional Locus.
    Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, In Press.
  • Hon, N., Yap, M-J. & Jabar, S. B. (2013).
    The Trajectory of the Target Probability Effect.
    Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, Advance Online Access
  • Hon, N., Ong, J., Tan, R. & Tang, H.Y. (2012).
    Different Types of Target Probability have Different Prefrontal Consequences.
    NeuroImage, 59, 655-662.