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Organisation profileThe Institute of Cognitive Science in National Cheng Kung University was founded in 2006, and the Department of Psychology was started in 2008. The institute of Cognitive Science was merged into the Department of Psychology in 2011. With a unique view of combining interdisciplinary perspectives from social sciences, humanities, medical and engineering sciences in teaching and research, we devote to develop interdisciplinary experts in different areas, such as basic research, real-life applications and mental health. We currently has two development priorities: Mind Neuroscience National Cheng Kung University established a mental image interdisciplinary research center for the aim of inviting nearly twenty one hundred researchers of social humanities, biomedicine, imaging engineering, statistical analysis and other related fields, to involve the study of brain and mind neuroscience. The Development of Psychology particularly focuses on the issues of ‘cognitive neuroscience’, ‘emotional neuroscience,’ and ‘aging neuroscience’ research fields as the core facets to long-term foster the investigations of brain science of psychology. Applied Psychology In addition to brain activity, how mental developments and in what way that the people interact with situational context and culture must also be implemented in a variety of life applications and practice. In order to achieve the promotion of life quality of life and well-being, faculties of the Department of Psychology intend to link the basic research to practice applications for the areas of industry and psychometric applications, as well as child development.
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Crossmodal selection in attention and action: Age related changes in cognitive preparation of crossmodal processing & neural underpinnings
22-12-01 → 23-11-30
Project: Research project
Using Systems Factoril Techonology to Study the Emergent Protperties of Decision-Making Process: from Individual Decisions to Joint Decisions
22-08-01 → 23-07-31
Project: Research project
Age differences in the functional organization of the prefrontal cortex: analyses of competing hypothesesHsieh, S., Yang, M. H. & Yao, Z. F., 2023 Apr 1, In: Cerebral Cortex. 33, 7, p. 4040-4055 16 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen Access
Corrigendum to “In memoriam: Rolf Verleger (1951–2021)” [Biological Psychology 171 (2022) 108343] (Biological Psychology (2022) 171, (S0301051122000850), (10.1016/j.biopsycho.2022.108343))Dien, J. & Hsieh, S., 2023 Jan, In: Biological Psychology. 176, 108474.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Comment/debate › peer-reviewOpen Access
Culture, Family Problems, Emotion Dysregulation and Nonsuicidal Self-injury: Differences among Taiwanese and AmericansYeh, Y. J., Tsai, W., Chen, J. H. & Kimel, S., 2023, (Accepted/In press) In: Current Psychology.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
A(n) (in)direct support for the perceptual expertise hypothesis of FFA: neural adaptation effects on bird expertsAuthor: 念庭, 楊., 2019
Supervisor: Kung, C. (Supervisor)
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis
2014 Sept 11
Supervisor: Yang, C. (Supervisor)
Student thesis: Master's Thesis