Organization profile

Organisation profile

Established in 2017, MA Program in Drama, NCKU, has collaborated with Drama Program of College of Liberal Arts, and has integrated all relevant faculty in drama from College of Liberal Arts and Department of Psychology. The features of the curriculum are to train students both in theories and producing creative works, to study both the traditional and modern works, and to explore both the arts from the East and the West. Founded on solid and firm humanities, the program offers a balanced drama education to cultivate students fully in various fields, including history, theories, criticism, dramaturgy, performing and directing practice. As for the curriculum design, Theatre Practices and Methodology of Theatre/Drama are required courses, and the selective courses are divided into four categories: Literature, Xiqu, Drama, and Interdisciplinary Research.

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    Projects

    一加一大於二?團體決策的動態歷程(2)

    Yang, C.

    19-08-0120-07-31

    Project: Research project

    以數理模型分析使用者行為並優化用戶體驗

    Yang, C.

    18-11-0119-10-31

    Project: Research project

    一加一大於二?團體決策的動態歷程(2)

    Yang, C.

    18-08-0119-07-31

    Project: Research project

    Research Output

  • ERP correlates of a flanker task with varying levels of analytic-holistic cognitive style

    Hsieh, S., Yu, Y. T., Chen, E. H., Yang, C. T. & Wang, C. H., 2020 Jan 15, In : Personality and Individual Differences. 153, 109673.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 1 Citation (Scopus)
  • Student theses

    Liking What I Remember: Examining Perceptual Distinctiveness on Mere Exposure Effect and Recognition Memory

    Author: 宜成, 蔡., 2011

    Supervisor: Yang, C. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Master's Thesis

    Revisiting the whole-display superiority in change detection

    Author: 宜蓉, 吳., 2012

    Supervisor: Yang, C. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Master's Thesis

    Systems Factorial Technology provides new insights on Chinese and English visual word processing

    Author: 佩誼, 林., 2018

    Supervisor: Yang, C. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Master's Thesis