專任教授

汪勁安

助理教授

joshwang@ncu.edu.tw
研究室: 中央大學科五館617
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眼睛為靈魂之窗,實驗室使用眼球運動,微小眼動和瞳孔大小來研究大腦認知神經與情緒功能

有意願加入實驗室的大學生或研究生,來一起探索大腦的奧秘

學歷 

陽明大學神經科學研究所博士

Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience, National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan

經歷 

醫學研究員,雙和醫院,台北醫學大學

博士後,女皇大學,加拿大

訪問學生,紐約州賓漢頓大學,美國

Medical Researcher, Department of Anesthesiology, Shuang Ho Hospital, Taipei Medical University
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Center for Neuroscience Studies, Queen’s University, Canada
Research Visit, Department of Psychology, Binghamton University, NY 

 

學術專長 

瞳孔控制,眼球運動,注意力,工作記憶,語言閱讀,情緒如何影響認知與運動歷程

Pupillometry
Eye movements
attention, working memory, motor planning, reading
Coordination between eye movements and pupil size 

目前研究方向 

瞳孔大小如何受到感知覺與認知情緒歷程調節?又如何影響我們的的視覺處理歷程.

如何使用瞳孔與眼球運動來探索認知情緒歷程.

1.Pupillometry in vision, arousal and cognition using oculomotor and autonomic responses (heart and skin conductance responses), brain stimulation (TMS, tDCS), EEG/ERP, and computational modeling
2.Investigating attentional control of saliency using eye movements, pupillometry, and microsaccades 

期刊論文

(*corresponding author)

  1. Chen J-T, Yep R, Hsu Y-H, *Cherng Y-G and *Wang C-A. (2021). Investigating arousal, saccade preparation, and global luminance effects on microsaccade behavior. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
  2. *Wang C-A, *Munoz DP. Coordination of pupil and saccade responses by the superior colliculus (in press). Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.    
  3. Cherng Y-G, Crevecoeur F, and *Wang C-A. (2020). Effects of pupillary light and darkness reflex on the generation of pro- and anti-saccades. European Journal of Neuroscience.    
  4. Cherng Y-G, Baird T, Chen J-T and *Wang C-A. (2020). Background luminance effects on pupil size associated with emotion and saccade preparation, Scientific Reports, 10:15718.    
  5. *Wang C-A, Huang J, Brien DC, & Munoz DP. (2020). Saliency and priority modulation in a popout paradigm: pupil size and microsaccade rate, Biological Psychology, 153. 107901.    
  6. Hsu Y-F, Baird T, *Wang C-A. (2020). Investigating cognitive load modulation on distractor processing using pupillary luminance responses in the anti-saccade paradigm. European Journal of Neuroscience, 52(3):3061-3073.    
  7. *Wang C-A, Baird T, Huang J, Coutinho J, Brien DC, Munoz DP. (2018). Arousal effects in pupil size, heart rate and skin conductance at an emotional face task. Frontiers in Neurology, 9, 1029. (special issue: The Pupil: Behavior, Anatomy, Physiology and Clinical Biomarkers).     
  8. *Wang C-A, Tworzyanski L, Huang J, *Munoz DP. (2018). Response anisocoria in the pupillary light and darkness reflex. European Journal of Neuroscience, 48(11):3379-3388.    
  9. *Wang C-A, Munoz DP. (2018). Neural basis of location-specific pupil luminance modulation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115(41):10446-10451.    
  10. *Wang C-A, Huang J, Yep R, Munoz DP. (2018) Comparing pupil light response modulation between saccade planning and working memory. Journal of Cognition, 1(1), 33. (Special Issue: What can pupils tell us about cognition?)    
  11.  *Wang C-A, Blohm G, Huang J, Boehnke SE, Munoz DP. (2017) Multisensory integration in orienting behavior: pupil size, microsaccades and saccades. Biological Psychology, 129:36-44.    
  12.  *Wang C-A, McInnis H, Brien DC, Pari G, *Munoz DP. (2016). Disruption of pupil size modulation correlates with voluntary saccade deficits in Parkinson’s disease. Neuropsychologia, 80(8):176-184.    
  13.  Wang C-A, *Munoz DP. (2015). A circuit for pupil orienting responses: implications for cognitive modulation of pupil size. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 33:134-140.    
  14.  *Wang C-A, Brien DC, *Munoz DP. (2015). Pupil size reveals preparatory processes in the generation of pro- and anti-saccades. European Journal of Neuroscience, 41(8):1102-1110.    
  15.  Ikeda T, Boehnke SE, Marino RA, White BJ, Wang C-A, Levy R, *Munoz, DP. (2015) Spatio-temporal response properties of local field potentials in the primate superior colliculus. European Journal of Neuroscience, 41(6): 856-865.    
  16.  *Wang C-A, Munoz, D.P. (2014). Modulation of stimulus contrast on the human pupil orienting response. European Journal of Neuroscience, 40(5):2822-2832.    
  17.  *Wang C-A, Boehnke SE, Itti L, Munoz DP. (2014). Transient pupil response is modulated by contrast-based saliency. Journal of Neuroscience, 34(2):408-417.    
  18.  Wang C-A, *Inhoff AW. (2013). Extraction of linguistic information from successive words during reading: evidence for spatially distributed lexical processing. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 35, 1571-1584.    
  19.  Wang C-A, Boehnke SE, White BJ, *Munoz DP. (2012). Microstimulation of the primate superior colliculus induces pupil dilation without evoking saccades. Journal of Neuroscience, 32, 3269-3236.    
  20.  *Wang C-A, Inhoff AW. (2010). The influence of visual contrast and case changes on parafoveal preview benefits during reading. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 63, 805-817.    
  21.  *Inhoff AW, Greenberg SN, Solomon M, Wang C-A. (2009). Word integration and regression programming during reading: A test of the E-Z Reader 10 model. Journal of Experimental Psychology:Human Perception and Performance, 35,1571-1584.    
  22.  Wang C-A, *Inhoff AW, Radach R. (2009). Is attention confined to one word at a time? The spatial distribution of parafoveal preview benefits during reading. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 71, 1487-1494.    
  23.  Wang C-A, *Tsai J-L, Inhoff AW, Tzeng OJL. (2009). Acquisition of linguistic information to the left of fixation during the reading of Chinese text. Language and Cognitive Processes, 24, 1097-1123.    

會議論文

(*talks)

*Wang C-A. Linking the superior colliculus to pupil size. Taiwan Society for Neuroscience, 2020.

Wang C-A, Hsu Y-F. Investigating distractor interference by cognitive load using pupillary luminance responses in the anti-saccade paradigm. Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2019.

*Munoz DP, Wang C-A. A circuit for pupil control during orienting. European Conference on Eye Movements, 2019.

Wang C-A, Munoz DP. Neural substrate for coordinated and uncoordinated pupil and saccade responses. Neural Control of Movement, 2019.

*Munoz DP, Wang C-A. Neural basis of location-specific pupil luminance modulation. Neural Control of Movement, 2019.

*Wang C-A, Munoz DP. The role of the superior colliculus in pupillary responses to saliency. International Conference on Cognitive Science, 2017.

Wang C-A, Munoz DP. Coordinated pupillary and saccadic responses through the superior colliculus. Gordon Research Conference on Eye Movements, 2017.

*Wang C-A, Munoz DP. Superior colliculus coordinates pupillary and saccadic responses. Vision Sciences Society, 2017.

Wang C-A, Munoz DP. Modulation of pupillary light responses by saccade preparation, working memory, and microstimulation of the superior colliculus. Society for Neuroscience, 2016.

Huang J, Smorenburg M, Wang C-A, Munoz DP. Using pupil response to assess cognitive function across the healthy lifespan. Canadian Association for Neuroscience, 2016.

*Wang C-A, Munoz DP. Attentional modulation of pupillary light responses by microstimulation of the superior colliculus. Vision Sciences Society, 2016.

Kan JY, White BJ, Wang C-A, Itti, L, Munoz, DP. Visual saliency response in the superficial and intermediate superior colliculus and the pupil. Vision Sciences Society, 2016.

*Wang C-A, Munoz DP. Microstimulation of the superior colliculus produces coordinated saccade and pupil responses. Society for Neuroscience, 2015.

*Wang C-A, Munoz DP. Pupil orienting responses coordinated by the superior colliculus. International Pupil Colloquium, 2015.

*Wang C-A, Munoz DP. The role of the superior colliculus in the coordination of the pupil orienting response. European Conference on Eye Movements, 2015.

Huang J, Wang C-A, Munoz DP. Multisensory integration in human pupil orienting response. Canadian Association for Neuroscience, 2015.

*Wang C-A, Brien DC, Munoz DP. Pupil size reveals preparatory processes in the generation of pro- and anti-saccades. Vision Sciences Society, 2015.

Wang C-A, Munoz DP. The role of the superior colliculus in the coordination of the pupil orienting response. Society for Neuroscience, 2014.

Wang C-A, Munoz DP. Modulation of stimulus saliency on human pupil orienting response. Canadian Association for Neuroscience, 2014.

*Wang C-A, Munoz DP. The role of the superior colliculus in the coordination of the pupil orienting response. Canadian Association for Neuroscience (satellite on Brain Circuits and Behaviour), 2014.

Ikeda T, Boehnke SE, White BJ, Wang C-A, Marino RA, Levy R, Munoz DP. Visuomotor processing in the Superior Colliculus: Comparison between single unit activity and local field potentials. Society for Neuroscience, 2013.

Wang C-A, Boehnke SE, Itti L, Munoz DP. Modulation of stimulus saliency and modality on transient pupil responses. Society for Neuroscience, 2013.

Ikeda T, Boehnke SE, Wang C-A, White BJ, Marino RA, Levy R, Munoz DP. Comparison of single unit and local field potential visual responses in the Superior Colliculus. Gordon Research Conference on Eye Movements, 2013.

Wang C-A, Boehnke SE, Munoz DP. Transient pupil response is evoked by a salient stimulus and superior colliculus microstimulation. Gordon Research Conference on Eye Movements, 2013.

Wang C-A, Boehnke SE, Munoz DP. Transient pupil dilation is evoked by salient visual stimulation and superior colliculus microstimulation. Canadian Association for Neuroscience, 2013.

*Wang C-A, Boehnke SE, Munoz DP. The role of the superior colliculus in salience-driven pupil dilation. Society for Neuroscience, 2012.

*Wang C-A, Boehnke SE, White BJ, Munoz DP. Pupil dilation is evoked by visual stimulus salience and microstimulation of the superior colliculus. Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science meeting, 2012.

Wang C-A, Boehnke SE, Munoz DP. Pupil dilation evoked by a salient auditory stimulus facilitates saccade reaction times to a visual stimulus. Vision Sciences Society, 2012.

*Wang C-A, Boehnke SE, White BJ, Munoz DP. Microstimulation of the primate superior colliculus induces pupil dilation without evoking saccades. European Conference on Eye Movements, 2011.

Wang C-A, Boehnke SE, White BJ, Munoz DP. Subthreshold microstimulation of the superior colliculus induces pupil dilation. Vision Sciences Society, 2011.

Wang C-A, Boehnke SE, Munoz DP. Pupil modulation during visual and oculomotor tasks. Society for Neuroscience. 2010.

*Inhoff AW, Seymour BA, Wang C-A, Fleischer J, Radach R. Words are spatially indexed during reading. Psychonomic Society, 2009.

*Inhoff AW, Wang C-A. Information acquisition after the skipping of words during reading. European Conference on Eye Movements, 2009.

Seymour BA, Inhoff AW, Wang C-A. Saccade Trajectory Deviations in Van der Stigchel & Theeuwes (2007): General Inhibition, or Inhibition-of-Return? Eastern Psychological Association, 2009.

Wang C-A, Inhoff AW, Seymour BA, Solomon MJ. The influence of parafoveal word N-1 visibility on word N+1 recognition during reading. Psychonomic Society, 2008.

Inhoff AW, Wang CA, Solomon M, Seymour BA. Is the processing of successive words strictly serial during reading? Psychonomic Society, 2007.

Wang C-A, Tsai J-L, Inhoff AW, Lee C-Y, Hung DL, Tzeng OJL. Parafoveal-on-foveal effects in Chinese Reading: an Eye-Movements Study. European Conference on Eye Movements, 2007.

*Inhoff AW, Solomon MJ, Seymour BA, Wang C-A. Does saccade targeting determine the acquisition of parafoveal word information? European Conference on Eye Movements, 2007.

Wang C-A, Tsai J-L, Tzeng OJL, Hung DL. Retrieving word information in the left of fixation during Chinese sentence reading. Annual Conference on Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, 2006.

Wang C-A, Tsai J-L, Tzeng OJL, Hung DL. Word identification in the left of fixation during Chinese sentence reading: An eye movement study. International Conference on Processing Chinese and Other East Asian Languages, 2005.

Wang C-A, Tsai J-L, Tzeng OJL, Hung DL. Using saccadic inhibition to investigate attentional control in reading Chinese: an oculomotor study. Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2005.

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•MOST Columbus research grant (年輕學者養成計畫)
•Postdoctoral Research Fellowship from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
•Germany Humboldt Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
•Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation Scholarship for Doctoral Students Short-Term Research Overseas (Taiwan)
•Fulbright Scholarship for Doctoral Students Research Overseas (USA)