專任教授

阮啟弘

講座教授兼任生醫理工學院院長

chijuan@cc.ncu.edu.tw
研究室: 中央大學科五館 603-2
Tel: (03) 422-7151 # 65210
Fax: (03) 4263502
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EDUCATION

1998 –2002 (D. Phil)
Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, UK

(Supervised by Professors Vincent Walsh, Peter McLeod and Alan Cowey)
Doctor of Philosophy awarded March 2002.
1993 – 1995 (Master)
Graduate Institute of Behavioral Sciences, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan.

(Supervised by Dr Chih-Ta Tai)
Master of Science awarded July 1995.
1989 – 1993 (Bachelor)
School of Psychology, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan

Bachelor of Science awarded June 1993.

CURRENT POSITION

Dean, College of Health Sciences & Technology, National Central University
August 2020 et seq


Director, Cognitive Intelligence and Precision Healthcare Research Center (CIPH), National Central University
January 2020 et seq


University Chair Professor, National Central University
August 2014 et seq

EXPERIENCE

August 2020 et seq
Dean, College of Health Sciences and Technology, National Central University

January 2020 et seq

Director, Cognitive Intelligence and Precision Healthcare Research Center (CIPH), National Central University

April 2015~
January 2020
Director, Brain Research Center, College of Health Sciences and Technology, National Central University

August 2014 et seq

Chair Professor, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, National Central University

January 2012 et seq

Distinguished Professor, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, National Central University

August 2011 et seq
Professor
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, National Central University, Jhongli, Taiwan

August 2012~April 2013

Vice Dean, College of Science, National Central University

July 2011~
August 2011
Visiting Professor
Department of Experimental Psychology & Department of Psychiatry,
University of Oxford, UK

August 2008~
July 2011
Associate Professor,
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, National Central University, Jhongli, Taiwan


August 2009Feburary 2010
Visiting Scholar (Fulbright Scholar)
Department of Cognitive Sciences, University of California, Irvine, USA

August 2003~
July 2008
Assistant Professor
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, National Central University, Jhongli, Taiwan

March 2002~
August 2003
Postdoctoral Research Associate to Professor Jeffrey Schall
Department of Psychology, Vanderbilt University, TN, USA

October 1998~
March 2002
Research Assistant to Professor Vincent Walsh (Part-time)
Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, UK

June 1997~
July 1998
Research Assistant to Professors Ovid Tzeng and Daisy Hung
Laboratory for Cognitive Neuropsychology, National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan

July 1995~
June 1997
Obligatory National Military Service (Navy, Junior-Lieutenant)

November 1993~
May 1995
Clinical Neuropsychologist (Part-time)
Department of Neurology, Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital, Taiwan

November 1993~
May 1995
Research Assistant to Dr. Chih-Ta Tai and Professor Chun-Kuan Liu (Part-time)
Graduate Institute of Behavioral Sciences, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan

FIELD OF SPECIALTY

The neural mechanisms of vision, attention, working memory and cognitive control.

The development of cognitive functions in preschoolers/schoolers and its intervention.

The functional roles of exercise and cognitive training in cognitive development, decline and intervention.

The application of noninvasive brain stimulation (NIBS; e.g. TMS, tDCS, tACS etc) in Cognitive Neuroscience and Clinical Neuroscience (e.g. Depression, ADHD, AD and PD).

Dynamic and nonlinear analytical method (e.g. Hilbert-Huang Transform, HHT; Holo-Hilbert Spectrum Analysis, HHSA) and its applications in time-series brain signal analysis (e.g. EEG; MEG)

The integration of nonlinear analytical methods and EEG/NIBS in prevention, early detection and adaptive intervention in neuropsychiatric disorders (e.g. Depression, ADHD, AD and PD).

Journal articles:

  1. Liang, WK*, Tseng, P, Yeh, JR, Huang, NE, Juan, CH. (in press, 2021). Frontoparietal beta amplitude modulation and its interareal cross-frequency coupling in visual working memory. Neuroscience, Available online 13 February 2021. (SCI, IF: 3.056; Ranking: 136/272(Neurosciences)).
  2. Nguyen, T., Hsu, CY, Jaiswal, S, Muggleton, N, Liang, WK and Juan, CH.* (Jan, 2021). To go or not to go: degrees of dynamic inhibitory control revealed by the function of grip force and early electrophysiological indices. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience-Cognitive Neuroscience, 15:614978. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 2.673; Ranking: 161/272(Neurosciences) & 24/78(Psychology)).
  3. Chu, HT, Cheng, CM, Liang, CS, Chang, WH, Juan, CH, Huang, YZ, Jeng, JS, Bai,YM, Tsai, SJ, Chen, MH, Li, CT. (Mar, 2021). Efficacy and tolerability of theta-burst stimulation for major depression: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry, 106:110168. (SCI, IF: 4.130; Ranking: 40/204(Clinical neurology), 74/272(Neurosciences), 45/271(Pharmacology & Pharmacy) & 31/155(Psychiatry)).
  4. Jaiswal, S., Tasi, SY, Juan, CH, Liang, WK and Muggleton, N.G. (Aug, 2020). Exploring the impact of a brief mindfulness induction on motor inhibitory control. Experimental Results, 1, e24: 1-8.
  5. Kuo, IJ, Tang, CW, Tsai, YA, Tang, SC, Lin, CJ, Hsu, SP, Liang, WK, Juan, CH, Zich, C., Stagg, C., Lee, IH. (June, 2020). Neurophysiological signatures of hand motor response to dual-transcranial direct current stimulation in subacute stroke: a TMS and MEG study. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, 17(1):72, 1-12. (SCI, IF: 3.519; Ranking: 24/87(Engineering, biomedical), 104/271(Neurosciences) & 5/68(Rehabilitation); Citations: 1(Gs)).
  6. Feng, XJ, Huang, Y-T, Huang, Y-Z, Kuo, CW, Peng, CW, Rotenberg, A., Juan, CH, Pei, YC, Chen, YH, Chen, KY, Chiang, YH, Liu, HH, Wu, JX, Hsieh, TH. (May, 2020). Early transcranial direct current stimulation treatment exerts neuroprotective effects on 6-OHDA-induced Parkinsonism in rats. Brain Stimulation, 13(3): 655-663. (SCI, IF: 6.919; Ranking: 14/199(Clinical Neurology) & 22/267(Neurosciences)).
  7. Li, CT, Cheng, CM, Chen, MH, Juan, CH, Tu, PC, Bai, YM, Jeng, JS, Lin, WC, Tsai, SJ, Su, TP. (Mar, 2020). Antidepressant Efficacy of Prolonged Intermittent Theta Burst Stimulation Monotherapy for Recurrent Depression and Comparison of Methods for Coil Positioning: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Sham-controlled Study. Biological Psychiatry, 87(5):443-450. (SCI, IF: 12.095; Ranking: 12/271 (Neurosciences) & 7/155(Psychiatry); Citations: 7(Gs)).
  8. Nguyen, K., Liang, WK, Muggleton, N. G., Huang, N. E., Juan, CH*. (Dec, 2019). Human visual steady-state responses to amplitude-modulated flicker: Latency measurement. Journal of Vision, 19(14):14, 1–17. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 2.089; Ranking: 29/60(Ophthalmology); Citations: 2(Gs)).
  9. Liu, HH, He, XK, Chen, HY, Peng, CW, Rotenberg, A., Juan, CH, Pei, YC, Liu, HL, Chiang, YH, Wang, JY, Feng, XJ, Huang, YZ, Hsieh, TH. (Dec, 2019). Neuromodulatory Effects of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation on Motor Excitability in Rats. Neural Plasticity, Volume 2019, Article ID 4252943, 1-9. (SCI, IF: 3.591; Ranking: 95/267 (Neurosciences); Citations: 2(Gs)).
  10. Nguyen, K., Liang, WK, Lee, V., Chang, WS, Muggleton, N. Yeh, JR, Huang, N. E. and Juan, CH*. (Nov, 2019). Unraveling nonlinear electrophysiologic processes in the human visual system with full dimension spectral analysis. Scientific Reports, 9(1):16919, 1-13. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 4.011; Ranking: 15/69(Multidisciplinary Sciences); Citations: 3(Gs)).
  11. Wang, JJ, Tseng, P, Juan, CH, Frisson, S, Apperly, IA. (Nov, 2019). Perspective-taking across cultures: shared biases in Taiwanese and British adults. Royal Society Open Science, 6 (11), 190540. (SCI, IF: 2.515; Ranking: 26/69 (Multidisciplinary Sciences); Citations: 4(Gs)).
  12. Jaiswal, S, Muggleton, N.G., Juan, CH, Liang, WK. (Oct, 2019). Indices of association between anxiety and mindfulness: a guide for future mindfulness studies. Personality Neuroscience, Vol 2: e9, 1–11.
  13. Jaiswal, S, Tsai, SY, Juan, CH, Muggleton, N.G., Liang, WK. (Aug, 2019). Low delta and high alpha power are associated with better conflict control and working memory in high mindfulness, low anxiety individuals. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 14(6):645-655. (SCI, IF: 3.5; Ranking: 89/261 (Neurosciences) & 12/78(Psychology); Citations: 2(Gs)).
  14. Chuang KY, Chen, YH, Balachandran, P., Liang, WK and Juan, CH*. (April, 2019). Revealing the electrophysiological correlates of working memory-load effects in symmetry span task with HHT method. Frontiers in Psychology, 10:855. (Corresponding Author; SSCI, IF: 2.089; Ranking: 39/135 (Psychology, Multidisciplinary); Citations: 2(Gs)).
  15. Li, CT, Chen MH, Juan, CH, Liu, RS, Lin, WC, Bai, YM, Su, TP. (Sep, 2018). Effects of prefrontal theta-burst stimulation on brain function in treatment-resistant depression: A randomized sham-controlled neuroimaging study. Brain stimulation, 11(5):1054-1062. (SCI; IF: 6.120; Ranking: 18/197 (Clinical Neurology) & 27/261 (Neurosciences); Citations: 12(Gs)).
  16. Tseng, Philip*, Wang, MC, Lo, YH and Juan, CH*. (June, 2018). Anodal and cathodal tDCS over the right frontal eye fields impacts spatial probability processing differently in pro- and anti-saccades. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 12:421. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 3.877; Ranking: 77/261 (Neurosciences); Citations: 3(Gs)).
  17. Tsai, S. Y., Jaiswal, S., Chang, C. F., Liang, W. K., Muggleton, N. G., Juan, C. H*. (May, 2018). Meditation effects on the control of involuntary contingent reorienting revealed with electroencephalographic and behavioral evidence. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 12(17): 1-14. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 2.810; Ranking: Behavioral Sciences (14/53) & Neurosciences (139/267); Citations: 3(Gs)).
  18. Jaiswal, S., Tsai, SY, Juan, CH, Liang, WK, Muggleton, N.G. (May, 2018). Better cognitive performance is associated with the combination of high trait mindfulness and low trait anxiety. Frontiers in Psychology, 9:627. (SSCI, IF: 2.089; Ranking: 39/135(Psychology, Mulidisciplinary); Citations: 17(Gs)). Corrigendum version in Jun, 2018, Frontiers in Psychology, 9:1105.
  19. Tseng, P., Iu, KC, Juan, CH. (Jan, 2018). The critical role of phase difference in theta oscillation between bilateral parietal cortices for visuospatial working memory. Scientific Reports, 8(1):349, 1-9. (SCI, IF: 4.122; Ranking: 12/64(Multidisciplinary Sciences); Citations: 18(Gs)).
  20. Chung HK, Sjöström T, Lee HJ, Lu YT, Tsuo FY, Chen TS, Chang CF, Juan CH, Kuo WJ, Huang CY. (Nov, 2017). Why Do Irrelevant Alternatives Matter? An fMRI-TMS Study of Context-Dependent Preferences. Journal of Neuroscience, pii: 2307-16. (SCI, IF: 5.988; Ranking: 30/259 (Neurosciences); Citations: 15(Gs)).
  21. Tsai, YC, Lu, HJ, Chang, CF, Liang, WK, Muggleton, N., Juan, CH*. (Oct, 2017). Electrophysiological and behavioral evidence reveals the effects of trait anxiety on contingent attentional capture. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience. 7(5):973-983. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 3.263; Ranking: 12/51 (Behavioral Sciences) & 103/259 (Neurosciences); Citations: 3(Gs)).
  22. Li, CT., Lu, CF., Lin, HC., Huang, YZ., Juan, CH., Su, TP., Bai, YM., Chen, MH., Lin WC. (May, 2017). Cortical inhibitory and excitatory function in drug naive generalized anxiety disorder. Brain Stimulation 10(3):604-608. (SCI, IF: 6.078; Ranking: 16/194 (Clinical Neurology) & 29/259 (Neurosciences); Citations: 15(Gs)).
  23. Juan, CH*, Tseng, P, & Hsu, TY. (April, 2017). Elucidating and modulating the neural correlates of visuospatial working memory via noninvasive brain stimulation. Current Directions in Psychological Science 26(2):165-173. (Corresponding Author; SSCI, IF: 5.255; Ranking: 9/129(Psychology, Multidisciplinary); Citations: 14(Gs)).
  24. Chiau, HY, Muggleton, N., Juan, CH*. (Jan, 2017). Exploring the contributions of the supplementary eye field to subliminal inhibition using double-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation. Human Brain Mapping, 38(1):339-351. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 4.530; Ranking: 2/14(Neuroimging), 57/259(Neurosciences), 13/127(Radiology, Nuclear Medicine & Medical Imaging); Citations: 4(Gs)).
  25. Hsu, TY, Juan, CH, Tseng, P. (Dec, 2016). Individual Differences and State-dependent Responses in Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10: 643. (SCI, IF: 3.634; Ranking: 14/76(Psychology) and 77/256 (Neurosciences); Citations: 83(Gs)).
  26. Wu, YJ, Tseng, P, Huang, HW, Hu, JF, Juan, CH, Hsu, KS, Lin, CC. (Sep, 2016). The facilitative effect of transcranial direct current stimulation on visuospatial working memory in patients with diabetic polyneuropathy: a pre-post sham-controlled study. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10(479): 1-11. (SCI, IF: 3.634; Ranking: 14/76(Psychology) and 77/256 (Neurosciences); Citations: 15(Gs)).
  27. Tseng, P., Chang, YT, Chang, CF, Liang, WK, Juan, CH*. (Aug, 2016). The critical role of phase difference in gamma oscillation within the temporoparietal network for binding visual working memory. Scientific Reports 6:32138, 1-15. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 5.228; Ranking: 7/63(Multidisciplinary Sciences); Citations: 36(Gs)).
  28. Li, CT, Juan, CH, Su, TP, Liou, YJ, Chen, MH, Cheng, CM and Huang, YZ. (July, 2016). Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation-Derived Motor Parameters and Regional Glucose Metabolism of Motor Cortex. Journal of Neurology & Neurophysiology 7(4):386, 1-8. (IF: 0.67; Citations: 1(Gs)).
  29. Chang, CF, Liang, WK, Lai, CL, Hung, DL and Juan, CH*. (June, 2016). Theta oscillation reveals the temporal involvement of different attention networks in contingent reorienting. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10(264):1-11. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 3.634; Ranking: 14/76(Psychology) and 77/256 (Neurosciences); Citations: 8(Gs)).
  30. Cheng, CM, Juan, CH, Chen, MH, Chang, CF, Lu, HJ, Su, TP, Lee, YC, Li, CT. (April, 2016). Different forms of prefrontal theta burst stimulation for executive function of medication- resistant depression: Evidence from a randomized sham controlled study. Progress in Neuro-psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry 66:35-40. (SCI, IF: 3.689; Ranking: 41/192(Clinical Neurology), 78/252(Neurosciences), 55/255(Pharmacology& Pharmacy) and 36/140(Psychiatry); Citations: 22(Gs)).
  31. Huang, NE., Hu, K, Yang, Albert C.C., Chang, HC, Jia D, Liang, WK, Yeh, JR, Kao, CL, Juan, CH, Peng, CK, Meijer JH., Wang, YH, Long SR and Wu, Z. (April, 2016). On Holo-Hilbert spectral analysis: a full informational spectral representation for nonlinear and non-stationary data. Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 13; 374(2065). (SCI, IF: 2.970; Ranking: 14/64(Multidisciplinary Sciences); Citations: 64(Gs)).
  32. Lin, PI, Hsieh, CD, Juan, CH, Hossain MM, Erikson, CA, Lee, YH, Su, MC. (Feb, 2016). Predicting Aggressive Tendencies by Visual Attention Bias Associated with Hostile Emotions. PLOS ONE, 11(2): e0149487. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0149487, 1-8. (SCI, IF: 3.234; Ranking: 9/57(Multidisciplinary Sciences); Citations: 10(Gs)).
  33. Li, CT, Hsieh, JC, Huang, HH, Chen, MH, Juan, CH, Tu, PC, Lee, YC, Wang, SJ, Cheng, CM and Su, TP. (Jan, 2016). Cognition-Modulated Frontal Activity in Prediction and Augmentation of Antidepressant Efficacy: a Randomized Sham-Controlled Pilot Study. Cerebral Cortex 26(1):202-210. (SCI, IF: 8.665; Ranking: 16/252(Neurosciences); Citations: 27(Gs)).
  34. Lee, HW, Lu, MS, Chen, CY, Muggleton, N., Hsu, TY, Juan, CH*. (Jan, 2016). Roles of the pre-SMA and rIFG in conditional stopping revealed by transcranial magnetic stimulation. Behavioural Brain Research 296:459-67. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 3.028; Ranking: 18/51 (Behavioral Sciences), 114/252(Neurosciences); Citations: 19(Gs)).
  35. Wu Q, Chang CF, Xi S, Huang IW, Liu Z, Juan CH*, Wu Y, Fan J. (Nov, 2015). A critical role of temporoparietal junction in the integration of top-down and bottom-up attentional control. Human Brain Mapping, 36(11):4317-33. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 5.969; Ranking: 2/14(Neuroimging), 27/252(Neurosciences), 5/125(Radiology, Nuclear Medicine & Medical Imaging); Citations: 42(Gs)).
  36. Yu, JX, Tseng, P, Hung, DL, Wu, S-W, & Juan, CH*. (Oct, 2015). Brain stimulation improves cognitive control by modulating medial-frontal activity and preSMA-vmPFC functional connectivity. Human Brain Mapping 36(10):4004-15. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 5.969; Ranking: 2/14(Neuroimging), 27/252(Neurosciences), 5/125(Radiology, Nuclear Medicine & Medical Imaging); Citations: 46(Gs)).
  37. Lee, HW, Lo, YH, Li, KH, Sung, WS and Juan, CH*. (June, 2015). The relationship between the development of response inhibition and intelligence in preschool children. Frontiers in Psychology, Volume 6: Article 802: 1-10. (Corresponding Author; SSCI, IF: 2.560; Ranking: 23/129(Psychology, Multidisciplinary); Citations: 25(Gs)).
  38. Moreau, D., Wang, CH, Tseng, P and Juan, CH. (May, 2015). Blending transcranial direct current stimulations and physical exercise to maximize cognitive improvement. Frontiers in Psychology 6(678): 1-5. (SSCI, IF: 2.56; Ranking: 23/129(Psychology, multidisciplinary); Citations: 18(Gs)).
  39. Chen C-Y, Muggleton NG, Juan C-H (May, 2015). Attentional biases to emotion in impulsive and instrumental violent offenders: an event-related potential study. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology 26(2): 202-223. (SSCI, IF: 0.592; Ranking: 37/55(Criminology & Penology), 118/133(Psychology); Citations: 6(Gs)).
  40. Wang, C. H., Liang, W. K., Tseng, P., Muggleton, N., Juan, C. H., & Tsai, C. L. (Apr, 2015). The relationship between aerobic fitness and neural oscillations during visuo‑spatial attention in young adults. Experimental Brain Research 233(4):1069-78. (SCI, IF: 2.036; Ranking: 171/252(Neurosciences); Citations: 23(Gs)).
  41. Wang, CH, Tsai, CL, Tu, KC, Muggleton, N., Juan, CH and Liang WK. (Mar, 2015). Modulation of Brain Oscillations during Fundamental Visuo-spatial Processing: A Comparison between Female Collegiate Badminton Players and Sedentary Controls. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 16(3):121-129. (SCI, IF: 1.896; Ranking: 43/76(Psychology), 30/81(Sport Scieneces); Citations: 33(Gs)). 
  42. Ko, YT, Cheng, SK, Juan, CH. (Mar, 2015). Voluntarily-generated unimanual preparation is associated with stopping success: evidence from LRP and lateralized mu ERD before the stop signal. Psychological Research 79(2):249-58. (SSCI, IF: 2.863; Ranking: 22/85 (Psychology, Experimental); Citations: 2(Gs)). 
  43. Fregni, F., Nitsche , M. A., Loo, C., Brunoni, A. R., Marangolo, P., Leite, J., Carvalho, S., Bolognini, N., Caumo, W., Paik, N. J., Simis, M., Ueda, K., Hamed, E., Luu, P., Tucker, D. M., Tyler, W. J., Brunelin, J., Datta, A., Juan, C. H., Venkatasubramaniam, G., Boggio, P. S., and Bikson, M.. (Mar, 2015). Regulatory considerations for the clinical and research use of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS): Review and recommendations from an expert panel. Clinical Research and Regulatory Affairs 32(1): 22–35. (Citations: 214(Gs)).
  44. Zhu, ZD, Gold, Brian, Chang, CF, Wang, Suiping, Juan, CH*. (Feb, 2015). Left middle temporal and inferior frontal regions contribute to speed of lexical decision: A TMS study. Brain and Cognition 93: 11-17. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 2.477; Ranking: 154/252(Neurosciences); Citations: 8(Gs)). 
  45. Yu, JX, Tseng, P., Muggleton, N. and Juan, CH*. (Jan, 2015). Being watched by others eliminates the effect of emotional arousal on inhibitory control. Frontiers in Psychology Volume 6: Article 4: 1-5. (Corresponding Author; SSCI, IF: 2.560; Ranking: 23/129(Psychology, Multidisciplinary); Citations: 12(Gs)). 
  46. Zhao, J., Liang, W., Juan, CH, Wang, L., Wang, S. and Zhu, Z. (Jan, 2015). Dissociated stimulus and response conflict effect in the Stroop task: Evidence from evoked brain potentials and brain oscillations. Biological Psychology 104:130-8. (SCI, IF: 3.403; Ranking: 9/51(Behavioral Sciences), 15/76(Psychology); Citations: 19(Gs)). 
  47. Wang, CH, Tsai, CL, Tseng, P., Yang, A., Lo, MT, Peng, CK, Wang, HY, Muggleton, N., Juan, CH and Liang, WK. (Dec, 2014). The association of physical activity to neural adaptability during visuo-spatial processing in healthy elderly adults: A mulitscale entropy analysis. Brain and Cognition 92:73-83. (SCI, IF: 2.477; Ranking: 154/252(Neurosciences); Citations: 34 (Gs)). 
  48. Mahayana, I., Hartono, Tcheang, L., Chen, CY, Juan, CH, Muggleton, N. (Dec, 2014). Posterior parietal cortex and visuospatial control in near and far space. Translational Neuroscience 5(4): 269-274. (SCI, IF: 1.319, Ranking: 218/252 (Neurosciences); Citations: 2(Gs)). 
  49. Chen, N.-F., Juan, C.-H., Muggleton, N., & Cheng, S.-K. (Dec, 2014). Recognition Memory Performance is modulated by Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation over the Left Posterior Parietal Cortex. Journal of Neuroscience and Neuroengineering 3(2):92-100(9). (Citations: 1(Gs)).
  50. Wu, YJ, Tseng, P, Chang, CF, Pai, MC, Hsu, KS, Lin, CC and Juan, CH*. (Nov, 2014). Modulating the Interference Effect on Spatial Working Memory by Applying Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation over the Right Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex. Brain and Cognition, 91: 87-94. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 2.477; Ranking: 154/252(Neurosciences); Citations: 77(Gs)). 
  51. Mahayana, I, Sari, Dwi C. R., Juan, C.H. and Muggleton, NG*. (Oct, 2014) The potential of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for population-based application: a region-based illustrated brief overview. International Journal of Neuroscience 124(10):717-23. (SCI, IF: 1.521; Ranking: 203/252 (Neurosciences); Citations: 5(Gs)).
  52. Tseng, LY, Tseng, P., Liang, WK, Hung, DL, Tzeng, O, Muggleton, N, Juan, CH*. (Sep, 2014). The role of superior temporal sulcus in the control of irrelevant emotional face processing: A transcranial direct current stimulation study. Neuropsychologia, 64:124-133. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 3.302; Ranking: 10/51 (Behavioral Sciences), 98/252(Neurosciences); Citations: 22(Gs)).
  53. Mahayana, I., Tcheng, L., Chen, CY, Juan, CH, Muggleton, N. (Sep, 2014). The precuneus and visuospatial attention in near and far space: a transcranial magnetic stimulation study. Brain Stimulation 7(5):673-9. (SCI, IF: 4.399, Ranking: 25/192 (Clinical Neurology) & 50/252Neurosciences); Citations: 37(Gs)). 
  54. Hsu, TY, Tseng, Philip, Liang, WK, Cheng, SK, Juan, CH*. (Sep, 2014). Transcranial direct current stimulation over right posterior parietal cortex changes prestimulus alpha oscillation in visual short-term memory task. NeuroImage 98:306-13. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 6.357; Ranking: 1/14(Neuroimaging), 24/252(Neurosciences) & 3/122(Radiology, Nuclear Medicine& Medical imaging); Citations: 95(Gs)). 
  55. Li, CT, Chen, MH, Juan, CH, Huang HH, Chen, LF, Hsieh, JC, Tu, PC, Bai, YM, Tsai, SJ, Lee, YC, Su, TP. (July, 2014). Efficacy of Prefrontal Theta-Burst Stimulation in Refractory Depression: A Randomized Sham-Controlled Study. Brain 137(Pt 7):2088-98. (SCI, IF: 9.196; Ranking: 6/192(Clinical neurology), 16/252(Neurosciences); Citations: 137(Gs)). 
  56. Tseng, P*, Yu, JX, Tzeng, O, Hung, D, Juan, CH. (June, 2014). Hand proximity facilitates spatial discrimination of auditory tones. Frontiers in Psychology 5(527):1-9. (SSCI, IF: 2.560; Ranking: 23/129(Psychology, Multidisciplinary); Citations: 8(Gs)). 
  57. Liang, W.K., Lo, M.T., Yang, A.C, Peng, C.K., Cheng, S.K., Tseng, P., Juan, C.H.* (April, 2014). Revealing the brain's adaptability and the transcranial direct current stimulation facilitating effect in inhibitory control by multiscale entropy. NeuroImage 90 (2014):218–234. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 6.357; Ranking: 1/14(Neuroimaging), 24/252(Neurosciences) & 3/122(Radiology, Nuclear Medicine& Medical imaging); Citations: 63(Gs)).
  58. Mahayana, I, Liu, CL, Chang, CF, Hung, DL, Tzeng, O, Juan, CH and Muggleton, NG*. (Feb, 2014). Far-space neglect in conjunction but not feature search following transcranial magnetic stimulation over right posterior parietal cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology 111(4):705-14. (SCI, IF: 2.887; Ranking: 120/252 (Neurosciences) & 29/82 (Physiology); Citations: 11(Gs)).
  59. Mahayana, I, Banissy, M, Chen, CY, Walsh, V, Juan, CH and Muggleton, N*. (Feb, 2014). Motor Empathy is a Consequence of Misattribution of Sensory Information in Observers. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8(47):1-7. (SCI, IF: 2.986; Ranking: 21/76(Psychology), 115/252(Neurosciences); Citations: 18(Gs)).
  60. Tzeng, OJL., Lee, CY, Lee, JR, Wu, DH, Juan, CH, Cheng, SK, Lee, RRW, Huang, CM, Kuo, NWJ, Chang EC, and Hung, DL. (Aug, 2013). Cognitive Neuroscience in the 21st Century: A Selective Review of Prominent Research Topics and Applications. Journal of Neuroscience and Neuroengineering 2(4):364-381(18). (Citations: 1(Gs)).
  61. Lee, HW* and Juan, CH*. (Aug, 2013). What can cognitive neuroscience do to enhance our understanding of education and learning? Journal of Neuroscience and Neuroengineering. 2(4):393-399(7). (Corresponding Author; Citations: 8(Gs)).
  62. Tseng, P, & Juan, CH*. (Aug, 2013). Virtual reality in the neuroscience of multisensory integration and consciousness of bodily self. Journal of Neuroscience and Neuroengineering 2(4):387-392(6). (Corresponding Author; Citations: 4(Gs)).
  63. Liang, W. K*., Juan, C. H*. (Aug, 2013). Changes when the brain is stimulated by current. Journal of Neuroscience and Neuroengineering. 2(4):382-386(5). (Corresponding Author; Citations: 2(Gs)).
  64. Tseng, P., Chang, C.F., Chiau, H.Y., Liang, W.K., Liu, C.L., Hsu, T.Y., Hung, D.L., Tzeng, O.J.L., Juan, C.H.* (Aug, 2013). The Dorsal Attentional System in Oculomotor Learning of Predictive Information. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7(404):1-8. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 2.906; Ranking: 20/75(Psychology), 123/251(Neurosciences); Citations: 14(Gs)).
  65. Lo, Y. H., Liang, W. K., Lee, H. W., Wang, C. H., Tzeng, O., Hung, D., Cheng, S. K., & Juan, C. H.* (July, 2013). The neural development of response inhibition in 5- and 6-year-old preschoolers: an ERP and EEG study. Developmental Neuropsychology 38(5):301-16. (Corresponding Author; SCI, SSCI, IF: 2.899; Ranking: 16/83 (Experimental psychology), 16/65 (Developmental psychology), 21/75 (Psychology); Citations: 27(Gs)).
  66. Chang, CF., Hsu, TY., Tseng, P., Liang, WK., Tzeng, OJL., Hung, DL. & Juan, C.H*. (April, 2013). Right Temporoparietal Junction and Attentional Reorienting. Human Brain Mapping 34(4):869-77. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 6.878; Ranking: 1/14(Neuroimaging), 23/251(Neurosciences), 1/120(Radiology, Nuclear Medicine& Medical imaging); Citations: 74(Gs)).
  67. Wang, C. H., Chang, C. C., Liang, Y. M., Shih, C. M., Chiu, W. S., Tseng, P., Hung, D. L., Tzeng, O.J.L., Muggleton, N., & Juan, C. H*. (Feb, 2013). Open vs. closed skill sports and the modulation of inhibitory control. PLoS ONE, Volume 8, Issue 2, e55773, 1-10. (Corresponding Author; SCI; IF: 3.730; Ranking: 7/56 (Multidisciplinary Sciences); Citations: 160(Gs)).
  68. Wang, C. H., Chang, C. C., Liang, Y. M., Shih, C. M., Muggleton, N., & Juan, C. H*. (Feb, 2013). Temporal preparation in athletes: A comparison of tennis players and swimmers with sedentary controls. Journal of Motor Behavior, Vol. 45, No. 1, 55-63. (Corresponding Author; SCI, SSCI; IF: 1.042; Ranking: 52/84 (Sport Science) & 57/75 (Psychology); Citations: 31(Gs)).
  69. Tseng, P*., Bridgeman, B., Juan, CH*. (November, 2012). Take the matter into your own hands: A brief review of the effect of nearby-hands on visual processing. Vision Research, Nov 1; 72:74-7. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 2.137, Ranking: 168/251 (Neurosciences); 17/58 (Ophthalmology); Citation: 54(Gs)).
  70. Tseng, P., Hsu, TY, Chang, CF, Tzeng, OJL, Hung, DL, Muggleton, NG, Walsh, V, Liang, WK, Cheng, SK & Juan, CH*. (Aug, 2012). Unleashing Potential: Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation over the Right Posterior Parietal Cortex Improves Change Detection in Low-Performing Individuals. Journal of Neuroscience 32(31):10554-10561. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 6.908; Ranking: 22/251 (Neurosciences); Citations: 211(Gs)).
  71. Liang WK and Juan CH* (Aug, 2012). Modulation of motor control in saccadic behaviors by TMS over the posterior parietal cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology 108:741-752. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 3.301; Ranking: 101/251 (Neurosciences) & 22/79 (Physiology); Citations: 4(Gs)).
  72. Yu, JX, Hung, DL, Tseng, P., Tzeng, OJL, Muggleton, NG & Juan, CH*. (Aug, 2012). Sex differences in how erotic and painful stimuli impair inhibitory control. Cognition 124(2):251-255. (Corresponding Author; SSCI, IF: 3.523; Ranking: 8/83(Psychology, Experimental); Citations: 30(Gs)).
  73. Liu, CH, Tzeng OJL*, Hung, DL, Tseng, P. & Juan, CH*. (May, 2012). Investigation of bistable perception with the "silhouette spinner": Sit still, spin the dancer with your will. Vision Research, 1; 60C: 34-39. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 2.137, Ranking: 168/251 (Neurosciences); 17/58 (Ophthalmology); Citation: 53(Gs)).
  74. Juan, CH* and Muggleton, NG*. (Apr, 2012). Brain stimulation and inhibitory control. Brain Stimulation Apr; 5(2):63-69. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 4.538, Ranking: 24/191 (Clinical Neurology) & 51/251 (Neurosciences); Citation: 60(Gs)).
  75. Xue G*., Juan CH*., Chang, CF., Lu, ZL., and Dong Q. (Mar, 2012). Lateral prefrontal cortex contributes to maladaptive decisions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 109(12):4401-6. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 9.737; Ranking: 4/56 (Multidisciplinary Sciences); Citations: 53(Gs)).
  76. Tseng, P., Chiau, HY., Liu, CL., Hsu, TY., Chang, CF., Chao, CM., Liang, WK., Juan, CH*. (Mar, 2012). Neural Mechanisms of Implicit Visual Probability Learning. Chinese Journal of Psychology 54(1): 115-131. (Corresponding Author; TSSCI).
  77. Chao CM, Tseng, P., Hsu, TY, Su JH, Tzeng, OJL., Hung, DL., Muggleton NG, Juan, CH* (Nov, 2011). Predictability of Saccadic Behaviors is Modified by Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Over Human Posterior Parietal Cortex. Human Brain Mapping, 32(11):1961-72. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 6.878; Ranking: 1/14 (Neuroimaging), 23/251 (Neurosciences), 1/120(Radiology, Nuclear Medicine& Medical imaging); Citation: 15(Gs)).
  78. Chiau HY, Tseng P, Su JH, Tzeng OJL, Hung, DL, Muggleton NG, Juan CH* (Aug, 2011). Trial type probability modulates the cost of antisaccades. Journal of Neurophysiology 106(2):515-526. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 3.301; Ranking: 101/251 (Neurosciences) & 22/79 (Physiology); Citations: 24(Gs)).
  79. Tseng, P*., Hsu, TY., Tzeng, OJL., Hung, DL. & Juan, C.H*. (Aug, 2011). Probabilities in Implicit Learning. Perception, 40(7), 822-829. (Co-corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 1.311; Ranking: 50/75 (Psychology); Citations: 11(Gs)).
  80. Kim, J*., Biederman, I*., & Juan, C.H*. (Jun, 2011). The Benefit of Object Interactions Arises in the Lateral Occipital Cortex Independent of Attentional Modulation from the Intraparietal Sulcus: A TMS Study. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(22):8320-24. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 6.908; Ranking: 22/251 (Neurosciences); Citations: 33(Gs)).
  81. Hsu, TY., Tzeng, LY., Yu, JX., Kuo, WJ., Hung, DL., Tzeng, OJL., Walsh, V., Muggleton NG., & Juan, C.H*. (Jun, 2011). Modulating inhibitory control with direct current stimulation of the superior medial frontal cortex. NeuroImage, 56(4):2249-57. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 6.252; Ranking: 2/14 (Neuroimaging), 26/251 (Neurosciences) & 3/120(Radiology, Nuclear Medicine& Medical imaging); Citations: 218(Gs)).
  82. Muggleton, NG., Kalla, R. Juan, C.H. & Walsh, V. (Jun, 2011). Dissociating the contributions of human frontal eye fields and posterior parietal cortex to visual search. Journal of Neurophysiology, 105(6):2891-2896. (SCI, IF: 3.301; Ranking: 101/251 (Neurosciences) & 22/79 (Physiology); Citations: 28(Gs)).
  83. Liu, CL., Tseng, P., Chiau, HY., Liang, WK., Hung, DL., Tzeng, OJL., Muggleton, NG., & Juan, C.H*. (Jun, 2011). The location probability effects of saccade reaction times are modulated in the Frontal Eye Fields but not in the Supplementary Eye Field. Cerebral Cortex, 21(6):1416-1425. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 6.828, Ranking: 24/251 (Neurosciences); Citations: 29(Gs)).
  84. Hsu, TY., Cheng, SK., Tseng, P., Tzeng, OJL., Hung, DL. & Juan, C.H*. (Dec, 2010). The Perseverance of Numerical Distance Effect in Attentional Blink. Perception, 39(11):1526-40. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 1.293; Ranking: 52/73 (Psychology); Citations: 1(Gs)).
  85. Muggleton, NG. Chen, C-Y. Tzeng, OJL. Hung, DL. & Juan, C-H*. (Dec, 2010). Inhibitory control and the frontal eye fields. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22(12): 2804-2812. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 5.357; Ranking: 31/239 (Neurosciences); Citations: 45(Gs)).
  86. Liu, CL., Chiau, HY., Tseng, P., Hung, DL., Tzeng, OJL., Muggleton, NG., & Juan, C.H*. (Mar, 2010). Antisaccade Cost Is Modulated by Contextual Experience of Location Probability. Journal of Neurophysiology, 103 (3): 1438-1447. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 3.483; Ranking: 83/230 (Neurosciences); Citation: 36(Gs)).
  87. Tseng, P., Hsu, TY., Muggleton, NG., Tzeng, OJL., Hung, DL. & Juan, C.H*. (Mar, 2010). Posterior Parietal Cortex Mediates Encoding and Maintenance Processes in Change Blindness. Neuropsychologia, 48(4):1063-70. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 4.345; Ranking: 6/49 (Behavioral Sciences); 49/230 (Neurosciences); Citations: 55(Gs)).
  88. Muggleton, N. Juan, CH. Cowey, A. Walsh, V. O’Breathnach, U (Feb, 2010). Human frontal eye fields and target switching. Cortex. 46(2):178-84. (SCI, IF: 7.251; Ranking: 7/49 (Behavioral Sciences); 56/230 (Neurosciences); Citations: Citations: 34(Gs)).
  89. Chen, CY. Muggleton, NG. Tzeng, OJL. Hung, DL. & Juan, CH*. (Jan, 2009). Control of prepotent responses by the superior medial frontal cortex. NeuroImage, 44(2): 537-545. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 6.252; Ranking: 2/14 (Neuroimaging), 26/251 (Neurosciences) & 3/120(Radiology, Nuclear Medicine& Medical imaging; Citations: 188(Gs)).
  90. Juan, CH*. Muggleton, N. Hung, D. Tzeng, O, Cowey, A and Walsh, V. (Oct, 2008). Segregation of visual selection and saccades in human frontal eye fields. Cerebral Cortex, 18(10):2410-2415. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 6.979; Ranking: 19/230 (Neurosciences); Citations: 85(Gs)).
  91. Kalla, R. Muggleton, NG. Juan, CH. Cowey, A. and Walsh, V. (July, 2008). The timing of the involvement of the frontal eye fields and posterior parietal cortex in visual search. Neuroreport, Jul 2; 19(10):1067-71 (SCI, IF: 1.822; Ranking: 189/244 (Neurosciences); Citations: 52(Gs)).
  92. Chen, C-Y. Muggleton, N.G. Juan, CH*. Tzeng, OJL. Hung, DL*. (Mar, 2008). Time pressure leads to inhibitory control deficits in impulsive violent offenders. Behavioural Brain Research. 2 Mar 5; 187(2):483-8. (Co-corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 3.22; Ranking: 91/244 (Neurosciences); 12/48 (Behavioral Sciences); Citations: 46(Gs)).
  93. Chen, CY. Tien, YM. Juan, CH. Tzeng, OJL. Hung, DL. (Aug, 2005). Neural correlates of impulsive-violent behavior: an event-related potential study. Neuroreport, 16(11): 1213-6. (SCI, IF: 2.2; Ranking: 189/244 (Neurosciences); Citations: 64(Gs)).
  94. Juan, CH. Shorter-Jacobi, S.M. and Schall, JD (Oct, 2004). Dissociation of Spatial attention and saccade preparation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 101 (43), 15541-15544. (SCI, IF: 10.7; Ranking: 3/59 (Multidisciplinary Sciences); Citations: 264(Gs)).
  95. Schall, JD. Sato, TR, Thompson, KG. Vaughn, A. Juan, CH (Jun, 2004). Effects of search efficiency on surround suppression during visual selection in Frontal Eye Field. Journal of Neurophysiology, 91(6): 2765-2769. (SCI, IF: 3.7, Citations: 68(Gs)).
  96. Juan, CH*. Campana, G. and Walsh, V. (Feb, 2004). Cortical interactions in vision and awareness: hierarchies in reverse. Progress in Brain Research, 144: 117-130. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 2.2, Citations: 37(Gs)).
  97. Muggleton, N.G*. Juan, C-H. Cowey, A. & Walsh, V (Jun, 2003). Human frontal eye fields and visual search. Journal of Neurophysiology, 89: 3340-3343. (SCI, IF: 3.74; Ranking: 100/239 (Neuroscience) & 28/78 (Psychology); Citations: 209(Gs)).
  98. Juan, C-H*. & Walsh, V. (May, 2003). Feedback to V1: A Reverse Hierarchy in Vision. Experimental Brain Research, 150, 259-263. (Corresponding Author; SCI, IF: 2.3; Ranking: 147/244 (Neurosciences); Citations: 135(Gs)).
  99. Corthout, E. Uttl, B. Juan, C-H. Hallett, M. and Cowey, A (Aug, 2000). Suppression of vision by transcranial magnetic stimulation: a third mechanism. Neuroreport 11 (11), 2345-2349. (SCI, IF: 2.2; Ranking: 189/244 (Neurosciences); Citations: 55(Gs)).
  100. Wang, HY, Wang, CH*, Juan, CH. (June, 2016). The effect of tennis experience on motor preparation. (in Chinese). Physical Education Journal 49(S): 61~74. (TSSCI).
  101. Chiau, HY and Juan, CH.* (Mar, 2014). The Application of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation and Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in Cognitive Neuroscience and Rehabilitation. (in Chinese). Formosan Journal of Physical Therapy 39(1):1-9. (Corresponding Author; TSSCI; Citations: 2(Gs)).
  102. Chang, CC, Wang, CH, Juan, CH. (Mar, 2014). The influence of physical exercise on motor preparatory Processes. (in Chinese). Quarterly of Chinese Physical Education 28(1): 55~62. (Citations: 5(Gs)).
  103. Hsu, TY, Hung, DL, Tzeng, OJL, Juan, CH.* (Sep, 2013). The Rise of Cognitive Neuroscience in Taiwan: A Perspective on Visual Attention Research. (in Chinese). Chinese Journal of Psychology 55(3): 343-357. (Corresponding Author; TSSCI; Citations: 4(Gs)).
  104. Chang, WY, Shih CM, Wang, CH. Juan, CH*. (Mar, 2013). Characteristics of Inhibitory Motor Control in Elite Soccer Players: The Importance of Aerobic Exercise Ability. (in Chinese). Sports & Exercise Research 15(1): 40-53. (TSSCI; Citations: 3(Gs)).
  105. Wang, CH, Chang, CC, Liang, YM, Chiu, WS, Hung, DL, Tzeng, OJL, Juan, CH*. (June, 2012). The Effect of Exercise on Cognitive and Academic Performance: A Review and Prospect. (in Chinese). Journal of Research in Education Sciences 57(2): 65-94. (Corresponding Author; TSSCI; Citation: 26(Gs)).
  106. Lin YC., Li, KH., Sung, WS., Ko, HW., Tzeng, OJL., Hung, DL., Juan, C.H*. (Mar, 2011). The relationship between development of attention and learning in children A cognitive neuroscience approach. (in Chinese). The Bulletin of Educational Psychology 42(3), 517-542. (Corresponding Author; TSSCI; Citations: 43(Gs)).
  107. Juan, CH*. Chen, CY and Lu, DH. (Winter, 2005). The application of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Cognitive Neuroscience. (in Chinese). Research in Applied Psychology, 28(4), 51-74 (Corresponding Author; TSSCI; Citations: 3(Gs)).
  108. Juan, CH*. Lu, DH. Liu, JR and Chen, CY. (Winter, 2005). A brief review on visual selective attention. (in Chinese). Research in Applied Psychology, 28(4), 25-50 (Corresponding Author; TSSCI; Citations: 21(Gs)).

HONORS & AWARDS

2019 The 23rd Outstanding Alumni Award”, Kaohsiung Medical University

2019 “Academic Summit Program”, Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan (for 5 years)

2019 The TWAS(The World Academy of Sciences) Award in Social Sciences

2018 The Inaugural Outstanding Research Award in memory of former NCU President Jialun Luo, National Central University

2017 Chair Professorship, National Central University

2016 “Outstanding Research Award”, Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan (for 3 years)

2015 The Academic Award (Category: Social Science), Ministry of Education, Taiwan

2015 Fellow, Association of Psychological Science, USA

2015 Fellow, The Psychonomic Society, USA

2014 Chair Professorship, National Central University

2013 Distinguished Young Researcher and Teacher, National Central University (for 3 years)

2013 “Outstanding Research Award”, National Science Council, Taiwan (for 3 years)

2012 Distinguished Professorship, National Central University

2010 “Outstanding Research Award”, National Science Council, Taiwan (for 3 years)

2010 Invited Speaker in the 7th International Conference on Cognitive Science (ICCS2010)

2010 “Outstanding Tutor Award”, National Central University

2011, 2010, 2006 “Outstanding Research Award”, National Central University

2009 Fulbright Scholar, Fulbright Scholar Program, USA-Taiwan

2008 Invited Panelist in 16th International Conference on Computers in Education, Taipei, Taiwan. Educational Games are Harmful to our Kids

2008 National Central University Teaching Excellence Award

2006 Academia Sinica Research Award for Junior Research Investigators

2005 Invited Symposium Speaker in European Brain and Behaviour Society, Dublin, Ireland

2004 Invited Speaker in the International Symposium on Cognitive Neuroscience (ISCN), HK

2000 650th Anniversary Trust Fund, The Queen’s College, University of Oxford, UK

1999~2001 McDonnel-Pew Studentships, Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Oxford, UK