Cognitive Behavior of Humans, Animals, and Machines:
Situation Model Perspectives
Oktober 2019 – Juli 2020
Leitung: Werner Schneider (Bielefeld, GER), Helge Ritter (Bielefeld, GER)
Neurocognition and Action Research Group,
Faculty of Psychology and Sports Science, &
Center for Cognitive Interaction Technology (CITEC),
Bielefeld University, Germany
Shiau-Chuen received her bachelor degree in finance from National Taiwan University and her master degree in cognitive neuroscience from National Central University, Taiwan. In her master thesis, she investigated how different augmented feedback modalities and information types influence bimanual coordination learning. Since 2015 she is a doctoral researcher at CITEC, Bielefeld University, studying fundamental mechanisms behind the commonly-used "observation-imitation" learning process with a specific focus on visual perception and working memory for whole-body movement sequences.
Current Main Research Interests
Shiau-Chuen's research interests focus on motor skill learning and the interaction between perception, action, and cognition. Her current work aims for understanding how different types of information are encoded and represented in the working memory when humans observe whole-body movements, and in particular how the spatiotemporal continuity as well as the complexity of human movements influence information's processing and its representation in the cognitive system.