His main research concerns Cognitive psychology, Metacognition, Perception, Neuroscience and Stimulus. His Cognitive psychology study combines topics in areas such as Motor cortex, Visual perception, Cognition and Brain mapping. His work in Metacognition addresses issues such as Social psychology, which are connected to fields such as Visual task, Artificial intelligence, Two-alternative forced choice and Machine learning.
His Perception research incorporates elements of Certainty and Cognitive science. His work in the fields of Working memory and Prefrontal cortex overlaps with other areas such as Poison control. His Stimulus study incorporates themes from Sensory system and Visual cortex.
His primary scientific interests are in Cognitive psychology, Perception, Metacognition, Consciousness and Visual perception. His Cognitive psychology research includes themes of Social psychology, Prefrontal cortex, Cognition, Blindsight and Functional magnetic resonance imaging. His studies deal with areas such as Stimulus and Sensory system as well as Perception.
His research investigates the link between Metacognition and topics such as Transcranial magnetic stimulation that cross with problems in Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. His Consciousness research integrates issues from Neural correlates of consciousness, Cognitive science, Unconscious mind and Visual awareness. His Visual perception study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Visual cortex.
Hakwan Lau mainly focuses on Cognitive psychology, Consciousness, Neuroscience, Cognitive science and Metacognition. Hakwan Lau combines subjects such as Olfaction, Extinction and Mechanism with his study of Cognitive psychology. His study in the field of Cognition, Neural correlates of consciousness, Fear memory and Odor is also linked to topics like Process.
His research investigates the connection between Cognitive science and topics such as Unconscious mind that intersect with problems in Certainty. His Metacognition study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Prefrontal cortex and Visual processing, Perception. As a part of the same scientific study, Hakwan Lau usually deals with the Perception, concentrating on Stimulus and frequently concerns with Audiology, Luminance, Visual cortex and Visual perception.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Consciousness, Cognitive psychology, Cognitive science, Unconscious mind and Metacognition. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Consciousness, concentrating on Blindsight and intersecting with Psychophysics. Hakwan Lau has researched Cognitive psychology in several fields, including Fear memory, Visual perception and Odor.
His research integrates issues of Intervention, Feeling and Sensory system in his study of Cognitive science. The concepts of his Unconscious mind study are interwoven with issues in Identity, Stimulus and Psychological research. His Metacognition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Dissociation and Prefrontal cortex.
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How the Brain Translates Money into Force: A Neuroimaging Study of Subliminal Motivation
Mathias Pessiglione;Liane Schmidt;Liane Schmidt;Bogdan Draganski;Bogdan Draganski;Raffael Kalisch;Raffael Kalisch.
Attention to intention
Hakwan C. Lau;Robert D. Rogers;Patrick Haggard;Richard E. Passingham.
How to measure metacognition
Stephen M. Fleming;Stephen M. Fleming;Hakwan C. Lau;Hakwan C. Lau.
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience (2014)
Empirical support for higher-order theories of conscious awareness
Hakwan Lau;Hakwan Lau;David Rosenthal.
Trends in Cognitive Sciences (2011)
A signal detection theoretic approach for estimating metacognitive sensitivity from confidence ratings.
Brian Maniscalco;Hakwan Lau;Hakwan Lau.
Consciousness and Cognition (2012)
Relative blindsight in normal observers and the neural correlate of visual consciousness.
Hakwan C. Lau;Richard E. Passingham.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2006)
What is consciousness, and could machines have it?
Stanislas Dehaene;Stanislas Dehaene;Hakwan Lau;Hakwan Lau;Sid Kouider.
Unconscious Activation of the Cognitive Control System in the Human Prefrontal Cortex
Hakwan C. Lau;Richard E. Passingham.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2007)
Attention Reverses the Effect of Prediction in Silencing Sensory Signals
Peter Kok;Dobromir Rahnev;Dobromir Rahnev;Janneke F. M. Jehee;Hakwan C. Lau;Hakwan C. Lau.
Cerebral Cortex (2012)
Theta-burst transcranial magnetic stimulation to the prefrontal cortex impairs metacognitive visual awareness.
Elisabeth Rounis;Brian Maniscalco;John C. Rothwell;Richard E. Passingham.
Cognitive Neuroscience (2010)
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