Hui Chen, Professor
Hui Chen, Professor
Department of Psychology, Zhejiang University, China
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Storing fine detailed information in visual working memory—Evidence from event-related potentials
Z Gao, J Li, J Liang, H Chen, J Yin, M Shen
Journal of Vision 9 (7), 17-17, 2009
Amnesia for Object Attributes: Failure to Report Attended Information That Had Just Reached Conscious Awareness
H Chen, B Wyble
Psychological Science 26 (2), 203-210, 2015
The location but not the attributes of visual cues are automatically encoded into working memory
H Chen, B Wyble
Vision Research 107, 76-85, 2015
Attribute amnesia reflects a lack of memory consolidation for attended information
H Chen, B Wyble
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2015
Prolonged focal attention without binding: Tracking a ball for half a minute without remembering its color
H Chen, G Swan, B Wyble
Cognition, 2015
Early Electrophysiological Basis of Experience-Associated Holistic Processing of Chinese Characters
H Chen, CM Bukach, ACN Wong
PloS ONE 8 (4), e6122e, 2013
Working memory representations persist in the face of unexpected task alteration
G Swan, B Wyble, H Chen
Attention Perception & Psychophysics, 2017
Learning how to exploit sources of information
B Wyble, M Hess, RE O’Donnell, H Chen, B Eitam
Memory & cognition 47 (4), 696-705, 2019
The neglected contribution of memory encoding in spatial cueing: A new theory of costs and benefits.
H Chen, B Wyble
Psychological review 125 (6), 936, 2018
Does attribute amnesia occur with the presentation of complex, meaningful stimuli? The answer is,“it depends”
H Chen, J Yu, Y Fu, P Zhu, W Li, J Zhou, M Shen
Memory & cognition 47 (6), 1133-1144, 2019
Understanding visual attention with RAGNAROC: A reflexive attention gradient through neural AttRactOr competition.
B Wyble, C Callahan-Flintoft, H Chen, T Marinov, A Sarkar, H Bowman
Psychological Review 127 (6), 1163, 2020
A hierarchical model of visual processing simulates neural mechanisms underlying reflexive attention.
C Callahan-Flintoft, H Chen, B Wyble
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 147 (9), 1273, 2018
Number representation is influenced by numerical processing level: An ERP study
J Liang, J Yin, T Chen, H Chen, X Ding, M Shen
Experimental Brain Research 218 (1), 27-39, 2012
Expecting the unexpected: Violation of expectation shifts strategies toward information exploration.
H Chen, N Yan, P Zhu, B Wyble, B Eitam, M Shen
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 45 (4), 513, 2019
Is source information automatically available in working memory?
H Chen, RA Carlson, B Wyble
Psychological science 29 (4), 645-655, 2018
Using attribute amnesia to test the limits of hyper-binding and associative deficits in working memory.
JM McCormick-Huhn, H Chen, BP Wyble, NA Dennis
Psychology and aging 33 (1), 165, 2018
Solving the paradox between same-object advantage and different-object advantage
H Chen, L Huang
Vision Research 115, 128-134, 2015
Memory consolidation of attended information is optional: Comment on Jiang et al.(2016).
B Wyble, H Chen
American Psychological Association 43 (6), 997, 2017
Congruence with items held in visual working memory boosts invisible stimuli into awareness: Evidence from motion-induced blindness
H Chen, B Scholl
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 808-808, 2013
Nonabstract representation for number–evidence from event-related potentials
H Chen, Z Gao, J Yin, J Liang, M Shen
NeuroReport 20 (14), 1240-1244, 2009
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