Hakwan Lau, Ph.D.


Associate Professor, Psychology

Member, Brain Research Institute

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Peters Megan, Lau Hakwan   Bayesian ideal observer predicts weak forms of blindsight in normal observers Journal of vision, 2015; 15(12): 181.
Rahnev Dobromir, Koizumi Ai, Lau Hakwan, D'Esposito Mark   Confidence leak between independent tasks Journal of vision, 2015; 15(12): 973.
Morales Jorge, Solovey Guillermo, Maniscalco Brian, Rahnev Dobromir, de Lange Floris P, Lau Hakwan   Low attention impairs optimal incorporation of prior knowledge in perceptual decisions Attention, perception & psychophysics, 2015; 77(6): 2021-36.
Grimaldi Piercesare, Lau Hakwan, Basso Michele A   There are things that we know that we know, and there are things that we do not know we do not know: Confidence in decision-making Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews, 2015; 55(6): 88-97.
Koizumi Ai, Maniscalco Brian, Lau Hakwan   Does perceptual confidence facilitate cognitive control? Attention, perception & psychophysics, 2015; 77(4): 1295-306.
Solovey Guillermo, Graney Guy Gerard, Lau Hakwan   A decisional account of subjective inflation of visual perception at the periphery Attention, perception & psychophysics, 2015; 77(1): 258-71.
Fleming Stephen M, Maniscalco Brian, Ko Yoshiaki, Amendi Namema, Ro Tony, Lau Hakwan   Action-specific disruption of perceptual confidence Psychological science, 2015; 26(1): 89-98.
St John-Saaltink Elexa, Utzerath Christian, Kok Peter, Lau Hakwan C, de Lange Floris P   Expectation Suppression in Early Visual Cortex Depends on Task Set PloS one, 2015; 10(6): e0131172.
Block Ned, Carmel David, Fleming Stephen M, Kentridge Robert W, Koch Christof, Lamme Victor A F, Lau Hakwan, Rosenthal David   Consciousness science: real progress and lingering misconceptions Trends in cognitive sciences, 2014; 18(11): 556-7.
Fleming Stephen M, Lau Hakwan C   How to measure metacognition Frontiers in human neuroscience, 2014; 8(11): 443.
Rahnev Dobromir, Kok Peter, Munneke Moniek, Bahdo Linda, de Lange Floris P, Lau Hakwan   Continuous theta burst transcranial magnetic stimulation reduces resting state connectivity between visual areas Journal of neurophysiology, 2013; 110(8): 1811-21.