Nicolson Siu is a neuropsychologist joining the Division of Social Science in 2022. His research focuses on human cognitive functions. Nicolson is committed on exploring the relationship between the brain and behavior with neurophysiological method like electroencephalography (EEG) and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). He also conducted intervention studies to support children with special educational needs (SEN) and elderly with cognitive impairments. He has consultancy experience in projects related to neurophysiological assessment and training for children with SEN.
• Human cognitive function: Attention, Memory, and Time Perception
• Neurodevelopmental Disorder: Autism Spectrum Disorder
• Neurodegenerative Disorder: Alzheimer’s disease
• Alternative and Complementary Intervention: Horticultural Therapy, Music Therapy
SOSC 1960: Discovering Mind and Behavior
SOSC 1990: Research Methods in Psychological Science
MASS 5020: Social Statistics I