Graduate Students

Chan Yee Pei
Graduate Student
Division of Psychology
School of Social Sciences
Nanyang Technological University

Yee Pei is a practicing educational psychologist who has been involved in both assessment and intervention for children with ASD as well as other developmental difficulties.

Education

Masters in Educational Psychology from the University of Queensland, Australia

Neurological underpinnings of developmental disabilities, especially for individuals with autism.

Tan Jiat Chow
Graduate Student
Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
Nanyang Technology University

Employment History

2003-2009 Research Fellow, Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, Singapore

2005-2006 Associate Lecturer, James Cook University, Singapore

2010 Associate Lecturer, Singapore Institute of Management University, Singapore

Education

2000-2003 Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

1995-1998 Diploma in Information Technology, Temasek Polytechinic, Singapore

Human computer interaction and aging

Anything and everything about humans!

Chee MWL & Tan JC. (2010). Lapsing when sleep deprived: neural activation characteristics of resistant and vulnerable individuals. Neuroimage, 51(2): 835-43.
Chee MWL, Tan JC, Zheng H, Sarayu P, Weismann DH, Vitali Z, & Dinges DF. (2008). Lapsing during sleep deprivation is associated with distributed changes in brain activation. Journal of Neuroscience, 28(21), 5519-5528.
Chee MWL & Tan JC. (2007). Inter-relationships between attention, activation, fMRI adaptation and long-term memory. Neuroimage, 37(4), 1487-1495.
Eng Goi Khia
Graduate Student
Division of Psychology
School of Social Sciences
Nanyang Technological University
Education

2005-2009 Bachelor of Social Sciences, Department of Psychology, National University of Singapore

Employment History

2013 Research Psychologist, Institute of Mental Health, Research Division

2009-2012 Assistant Psychologist, Institute of Mental Health, Research Division

Cognition and neuropsychology

Application of neuroimaging techniques to investigate neural substrates and cognition in patients with psychiatric disorders.

Eng, GK, Lam, M, Bong, YL, Subramaniam, M, Bautista, D, Rapisarda, A, Kraus, M, Lee, J, Collinson, SL, Chong, SA, & Keefe, RSE. (2013) Brief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia: Normative Data in an English Speaking Ethnic Chinese Sample. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, Epub ahead of print.
Vaingankar, JA, Subramaniam, M, Louisa, P, Eng, GK, Shafie, S, Sambasivam, R, Zhang, YJ, Sagayadevan, V, & Chong, SA. (2013) Perceived unmet needs of informal caregivers of people with dementia in Singapore. International Psychogeriatrics, Epub ahead of print.
Lam, M, Eng, G.K., Rapisarda, A, Subramaniam, M, Kraus, M, Keefe, RSE, & Collinson, SL. (2013). Formulation of the age-education index: Measuring age and education effects in neuropsychological performance. Psychological Assessment, 25(1), 61-70.
Gladys Heng
Graduate Student
Division of Psychology
School of Social Sciences
Nanyang Technological University
Education

2009-2013 Bachelor of Arts, Division of Psychology, Nanyang Technological University

Understanding the brain processes underlying the perception, listening and engagement of music using neuroimaging techniques, with the aim of extending this knowledge to better inform music therapy practices.

Chen, SHA, Heng, JMG, Ng, HBT, Eng, GK, Kwok, FY, Lim, JYY, Chan, YC, & Chew, E. (2015). Involvement of the inferior cerebellum in working memory: An fMRI-guided TMS study. Abstracts / Brain Stimulation, 8, 375-76.

Heng, JMG, Wu, C-Y, Archer, JA, Miyakoshi, M, Nakai, T, & Chen, S-HA. (2015). Age-related changes in functional hemispheric asymmetry and default mode network: An fMRI study. Magnetic Resonance in South East Asia Workshop, Singapore.

Kwok Fu Yu
Graduate Student
Division of Psychology
School of Social Sciences
Nanyang Technological University
Education

Masters of Arts (Psychology)

Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)

Neuropsychology and language

Particularly interested in applying neuroimaging technique to understand the underlying neural network of reading disability such as dyslexia

Dayton Leow
Graduate Student
Division of Psychology
School of Social Sciences
Nanyang Technological University
Education

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Psychology, Nanyang Technological University

Bachelor of Science in Life Sciences, National University of Singapore

My general research interest resides in neurocriminology and the social neuroscience of deception.

Currently, I am using neuroimaging techniques to examine the neural basis of deception.

Liu Hengshuang
Graduate Student
Division of Psychology
School of Social Sciences
Nanyang Technological University
Education

2012-present Ph.D Candidate, Division of Psychology, Nanyang Technology University

2009-2012 National Key Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning, Beijing Normal University

Using fMRI to investigate semantic processing of different languages, particularly Chinese and Japanese and at the effects of aging on these processes

Wang, W, & Liu, H. (2012). Improve Foreign Language Instruction in Primary and Secondary Schools Effectively with Textual Enhancement. Journal of The Chinese Society of Education (CSSCI), 12,64-68.Liu, H, & Chou, J., Chapter 1 (pp.7-22), Chapter 3 (pp.42-56), Chapter 8 (pp.117-138). In Chou et al. (2011), The Educated Brain- essays in Neuroeducation (Eds). Beijing: Educational Science Publishing House.
Chou, J, & Liu, H., Chapter 3: Learning to look (pp.45-65). In Chou et al. (2011), Educating the Human Brain (Eds). Beijing: Educational Science Publishing House.
Fischer, KW, Chou, J, Liu, H., & Wang, H. (2011). The Future of the Educational Neuroscience: Building Tools for Learning Pathways. Global Education (CSSCI), 290, 44-49.
Wang, M, & Liu, H. (2011). A Book reviewing: Neuroscience Introduction. Exploring Education Development (CSSCI), 18, 78-79.