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Hui Chen, PhD
Department of Psychology, Zhejiang University, China


Hui Chen, Ph.D. (Download CV)

Employment History:

04/2016-                Distinguished Research Fellow (Hundred Talents Program)

                              Department of Psychology, Zhejiang University, China

2013-04/2016        Postdoctoral Fellow (Brad Wyble Lab)

                              Department of Psychology, Pennsylvania State University, USA 



2012          Visiting Student, Dept. of Psychology, Yale University (Brian Scholl Lab)

2010-2013   Ph.D.,Dept. of Psychology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, HK

2007-2010   M.A., Dept. of Psychology, Zhejiang University, China

2003-2007   B.A.,    Dept. of Psychology,  Sun Yat-sen University, China


Research Interests:

Using a combination of EEG, Behavioral, and Eye-tracking methods to study human attention, memory, awareness and their interactions. 


Awards and Grants:

  • Funds for “Hundred Talents Program” of the Zhejiang University (PI)
  • Global Scholarship for Research Excellence, Hong Kong Government, 2012
  • Best Graduate Student in Zhejiang University and Zhejiang Province
  • Best Graduation Thesis in Zhejiang University and Zhejiang Province
  • Triple-A Student, Zhejiang University, 2009
  • Academic Excellence Scholarship, 1st degree, Zhejiang University, 2008, 2009


Professional Society Membership

Association for Psychological Science

The Psychonomic Society

Vision Science Society


Editorial Position

Editorial board for International Journal of Behavioral Research & Psychology  (2015-)


Ad-Hoc Reviewer for Journals

  • Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
  • American Journal of Psychology
  • International Journal of Stress Management
  • I-perception
  • Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance
  • Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition (co-reviewer)
  • Psychonomic bulletin & review

Refereed Publications

* I am the corresponding author

Wyble, B & Chen, H*(in press)Memory Consolidation of Attended Information Is Optional Comment on Jiang et al. (2016). Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.

Chen, H*. Swan, G., & Wyble, B. (2016). Prolonged focal attention without binding:Tracking a ball for half a minute without remembering its color. Cognition, 147:144-148

Chen, H*. & Wyble, B. (2016). Attribute amnesia reflects a lack of memory consolidation for attended information. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 42: 225-234.

Chen, H*. & Wyble, B. (2015). Amnesia for object attributes: Failure to report attended information that had just reached conscious awareness. Psychological Science, 26, 203-210.   

Chen, H*. & Huang, L. (2015). Solving the paradox of same-object advantage and different-object advantage. Vision Research, 115, 128-134.   

Chen, H. & Wyble, B. (2015). The location but not the attributes of visual cues are automatically encoded into working memory. Vision Research, 107, 76-85. 

Chen, H., Bukach, C.M., Wong, A.C.-N. (2013). Early electrophysiological basis of experience-associated holistic processing of Chinese characters. PLoS ONE 8(4):  e61221.

Liang, J., Yin, J., Chen, T., Chen, H., Ding, X., & Shen, M. (2012). Number  representation is influenced by numerical processing level: an ERP  study. Experimental Brain Research, 218(1):27-39.   

Chen, H., Gao, Z., Yin, J., Liang, J., Shen, M. (2009). Non-abstract representation for number-Evidence from event-related potentials. Neuroreport20(14): 1240- 1244.  

Gao, Z., Li, J., Liang, J., Chen, H., Yin, J., & Shen, M. (2009). Storing fine detailed information in visual working memory—Evidence from event-related  potentials. Journal of Vision9(7), 17, 1-12. 

Chen, H*. & Chen, S. (2009). The review of usability studies of user interface or interactive television. Chinese Journal of Ergonomics, 16(3): 83-85.