John Emmanuel Kiat
John Emmanuel Kiat
Postdoctoral Fellow : University of California, Davis
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Escalating Risk and the Moderating Effect of Resistance to Peer Influence on the P200 and Feedback Related Negativity
JE Kiat, B Straley, JE Cheadle
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience, nsv121, 2015
Strabismus-related prejudice in 5–6-year-old children
H Lukman, JE Kiat, A Ganesan, WL Chua, KL Khor, YF Choong
British journal of ophthalmology 94 (10), 1348-1351, 2010
The impact of social exclusion on anticipatory attentional processing
JE Kiat, JE Cheadle, BJ Goosby
International Journal of Psychophysiology 123, 48-57, 2018
Negative social reaction to strabismus in school children ages 8-12 years
H Lukman, JE Kiat, A Ganesan, WL Chua, KL Khor, YF Choong
Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus …, 2011
Investigating the pedagogical approaches related to changes in attitudes toward statistics in a quantitative methods course for psychology undergraduate students
AK Liau, JE Kiat, Y Nie
The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher 24, 319-327, 2015
Attentional demands of executive function tasks in indoor and outdoor settings: Behavioral and neuroelectrical evidence
J Torquati, A Schutte, J Kiat
Children, Youth and Environments 27 (2), 70-92, 2017
Linking patterns of infant eye movements to a neural network model of the ventral stream using representational similarity analysis
JE Kiat, SJ Luck, AG Beckner, TR Hayes, KI Pomaranski, JM Henderson, ...
Developmental science 25 (1), e13155, 2022
The role of individual differences in visual\verbal information processing preferences in visual\verbal source monitoring
JE Kiat, RF Belli
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 30 (7), 701-709, 2018
An exploratory high-density EEG investigation of the misinformation effect: Attentional and recollective differences between true and false perceptual memories
JE Kiat, RF Belli
Neurobiology of learning and memory 141, 199-208, 2017
Why won’t they sit with me? An exploratory investigation of stereotyped cues, social exclusion, and the P3b
JE Kiat, E Straley, JE Cheadle
Social Neuroscience 12 (5), 612-625, 2017
The influence of distractor strength and response order on MCQ responding
JE Kiat, AR Ong, A Ganesan
Educational Psychology 38 (3), 368-380, 2018
Rapid extraction of the spatial distribution of physical saliency and semantic informativeness from natural scenes in the human brain
JE Kiat, TR Hayes, JM Henderson, SJ Luck
Journal of Neuroscience 42 (1), 97-108, 2022
The Impact of Individuation on the Bases of Human Empathic Responding
JE Kiat, JE Cheadle
NeuroImage, 2017
Attentional responses on an auditory oddball predict false memory susceptibility
JE Kiat, D Long, RF Belli
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 18, 1000-1014, 2018
Impaired filtering and hyperfocusing: Neural evidence for distinct selective attention abnormalities in people with schizophrenia
B Hahn, BM Robinson, JE Kiat, J Geng, S Bansal, SJ Luck, JM Gold
Cerebral Cortex 32 (9), 1950-1964, 2022
Neural correlates of word representation vectors in natural language processing models: Evidence from representational similarity analysis of event‐related brain potentials
T He, MA Boudewyn, JE Kiat, K Sagae, SJ Luck
Psychophysiology 59 (3), e13976, 2022
Assessing cross-modal target transition effects with a visual-auditory oddball
JE Kiat
International Journal of Psychophysiology 129, 58-66, 2018
Neural basis of the visual working memory deficit in schizophrenia: merging evidence from fMRI and EEG
MA Erickson, B Hahn, JE Kiat, LM Alliende, SJ Luck, JM Gold
Schizophrenia research 236, 61-68, 2021
Tick-tock goes the croc: a high-density EEG study of risk-reactivity and binge-drinking
JE Kiat, JE Cheadle
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 1, 8, 2018
Transmission of disorder and etiological information: Effects on health knowledge recollection and health-related cognition
A Ganesan, Y Kashima, JE Kiat, I Dar-Nimrod
Plos one 14 (6), e0218703, 2019
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