Yi-Chia Chen, Ph.D.

2008-2012 Psychology National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taipei City, Taiwan 
 2012-2017 Psychology Yale University, New Haven, CT 
 2017-2020 Psychology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
 2020- Psychology University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
"Yi-Chia Chen"
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Suling Yeh research assistant 2010-2012 National Taiwan University
Brian J. Scholl grad student 2012-2017 Yale
Hongjing Lu post-doc 2020- UCLA
George A. Alvarez post-doc 2017-2020 Harvard
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Chen YC, Pollick F, Lu H. (2022) Aesthetic preferences for causality in biological movements arise from visual processes. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Chen YC, Chang A, Rosenberg MD, et al. (2022) "Taste typicality" is a foundational and multi-modal dimension of ordinary aesthetic experience. Current Biology : Cb
Forman IR, Chen YC, Scholl BJ, et al. (2021) The center cannot hold: Variations of frame width help to explain the "inward bias" in aesthetic preferences. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Colombatto C, Chen YC, Scholl BJ. (2020) Gaze deflection reveals how gaze cueing is tuned to extract the mind behind the eyes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Yousif SR, Chen YC, Scholl BJ. (2020) Systematic angular biases in the representation of visual space. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Yousif SR, Chen Y, Scholl B. (2019) Systematic biases in the representation of visual space Journal of Vision. 19: 202b
Chen Y, Chang A, Rosenberg M, et al. (2019) Are you the sort of person who would like this? Quantifying the typicality of aesthetic taste across seeing and hearing Journal of Vision. 19: 174b
Chen YC, Colombatto C, Scholl BJ. (2018) Looking into the future: An inward bias in aesthetic experience driven only by gaze cues. Cognition. 176: 209-214
Colombatto C, Chen Y, Scholl B. (2018) Gaze cueing is tuned to extract the mind behind the gaze: Investigations of 'gaze deflection' Journal of Vision. 18: 197
Yousif S, Chen Y, Scholl B. (2018) The origin of spatial biases: Memory, perception, or action? Journal of Vision. 18: 1324
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