Janet Hsiao, Ph.D

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Psychology University of Hong Kong, Downingtown, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong 
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Hsiao JHW, Cheung K. (2016) Visual Similarity of Words Alone Can Modulate Hemispheric Lateralization in Visual Word Recognition: Evidence From Modeling Chinese Character Recognition Cognitive Science. 40: 351-372
Kanan C, Bseiso DN, Ray NA, et al. (2015) Humans have idiosyncratic and task-specific scanpaths for judging faces. Vision Research. 108: 67-76
Chuk T, Chan AB, Hsiao JH. (2014) Understanding eye movements in face recognition using hidden Markov models. Journal of Vision. 14
Tso RVy, Au TKf, Hsiao JHw. (2014) Perceptual Expertise: Can Sensorimotor Experience Change Holistic Processing and Left-Side Bias? Psychological Science. 25: 1757-1767
Kanan C, Ray NA, Bseiso DNF, et al. (2014) Predicting an observer's task using multi-fixation pattern analysis Eye Tracking Research and Applications Symposium (Etra). 287-290
Lam SM, Hsiao JH. (2014) Bilingual experience modulates hemispheric lateralization in visual word processing Bilingualism. 17: 589-609
Hsiao JH, Lam SM. (2013) The modulation of visual and task characteristics of a writing system on hemispheric lateralization in visual word recognition-A computational exploration Cognitive Science. 37: 861-890
Hsiao JH, Cipollini B, Cottrell GW. (2013) Hemispheric asymmetry in perception: a differential encoding account. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 25: 998-1007
Hsiao JH, Cheng L. (2013) The modulation of stimulus structure on visual field asymmetry effects: The case of Chinese character recognition Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 66: 1739-1755
Chan KW, Hsiao JH. (2013) Hemispheric asymmetry in processing low- and high-pass filtered Cantonese speech in tonal and non-tonal language speakers Language and Cognitive Processes. 28: 1224-1243
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