SIU, Yat-Fan Nicolson

Department of Counseling and Psychology
The Hong Kong Shue Yan University

Fields of interest:

Specializing on neuro-cognitive psychology, I have been conducting research on revealing the relationship between the brain and human behaviors. Further to more empirical findings, my aim is to take theoretical understanding to the next level and to suggest practical implications in a bid to enhance human cognitive functions.

Recent publications:

Siu, N.Y., Lam, H.H., Le, J.J. & Przepiorka, A.M. (2014). Time Perception and Time Perspective differences between Adolescents and Adults. Acta Psychologica, 151, 222-229.

Chan, A.S., Sze, S.L., Siu, N.Y., Lau, E.M., & Cheung, M-c. (2013). A Chinese Mind-Body Exercise Improves Self-Control of Children with Autism: A Randomized Controlled Trial. PLoS ONE, 8(7): e68184. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0068184

Siu, Y.-F., Chan, S., Wong, K.-M. & Wong, W.-S. (2012). The Comorbidity of Chronic Pain and Sleep Disturbances in a Community Adolescent Sample: Prevalence and Association with Sociodemographic and Psychosocial Factors. Pain Medicine, 13: 1292–1303.