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Dr. Wong Hoo Keat graduated from the University of Nottingham with a Bsc(Hons), and a PhD in Psychology, investigating human face recognition with the use of eye trackers. After obtaining his Doctorate, he worked as lecturer in Cognitive Neuroscience (2019-2020) at HELP University Subang 2 Campus and started at UNM as an Assistant Professor in the School of Psychology in May 2020.
I am currently teaching:
In my past institution, I also taught:
Biopsychology (BSc in Psychology)
Learning and Cognition (BSc in Psychology)
Neuropsychology (BSc in Psychology)
Clinical Neuropsychology (Master in Clinical Psychology)
Dr. Hoo Keat's research focuses on cross-cultural face perception, more specifically on the own-race bias in face memory (i.e. poorer recognition of other-race faces compared to own-race faces). He… read more
Dr. Hoo Keat's research focuses on cross-cultural face perception, more specifically on the own-race bias in face memory (i.e. poorer recognition of other-race faces compared to own-race faces). He also applies eye-tracking technique to further investigate how interracial contact and cultural factors may interact to influence the underlying mechanisms of human face processing. Currently, he is interested in utilising encephalography (EEG) measures to study the underlying processing of self-face recognition as well as the effect of mindfulness meditation on executive functions.
Please visit this website for more details: https://www.nottingham.edu.my/Psychology/Research/Visual-Cognition.aspx
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