Shiwei, JIA


Associate professor,

Teaching courses: Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, The Event-related Potential Technique.

Researching interests: The feedback processing and behavioral learning, Chinese speech perception


1. Jia, S., Tsang, Y-K, Huang, J., Chen, H-C. (2015) Processing Cantonese lexical tones: Evidence from oddball paradigms. Neuroscience,305(1),351-360.

2. Qiu, F., Luo, Y., Jia, S*. (2015). The categorical perception of facial expression and indivdidual differences. The Advances in Psychological Science, 23(6): 946-958

3. Jia S, Zhang Q, Li S (2014). Field dependence-independence modulates the efficiency of filtering out irrelevant information in a visual working memory task. Neuroscience. 278C:136-143.

4. Jia S, Tsang YK,Huang J, Chen HC.  (2013), Right hemisphere advantage in processing Cantonese level andcontour tones: Evidence from dichotic listening, Neuroscience Letters, 556, 135-139. 

5. Huang J, WangS, Jia S, Mo D, Chen H-C (2013) CorticalDynamics of Semantic Processing during Sentence Comprehension: Evidence fromEvent-Related Optical Signals. PLoS ONE 8(8): e70671.

6. Jia S, Zhang W, Li P, Feng T, Li H. (2013) Attitude toward money modulates outcome processing: An ERP study. Social Neuroscience, 8(1):43-51.

7. Li S., Gong D., Jia S., Zhang W., Ma Y.. (2011) Object and spatial visualizers have different object-processing patterns: behavioral and ERP evidence. Neuroreport, 22(17), 860-4.

8. Tsang Y-K., Jia S. W., Huang J, Chen H-C. (2011) ERP correlates of pre-attentive processing of Cantonese lexical tones: The effects of pitch contour and pitch height. Neuroscience Letters, 487 (3): 268-72.

9. Li P, Jia S. W., Feng T, Liu Q, Suo T, Li H. (2010) The influence of the diffusion of responsibility effect on outcome evaluations: electrophysiological evidence from an ERP study. Neuroimage, 52(4): 1727-33.

9.Suo, T., Feng, T., Jia, S., Li, H.. (2009)The clossness effect of emotion after failed decision, ERP evidence. Science of China, 39(6):611~620

10. Li P., Yuan J. J., Jia S. W., Feng T. Y., Chen A. T.,  Li H. (2009). Feedback-related negativity effects vanished with false or monetary loss choice. Neuroreport, 20(8): 788-92

11. Jia S. W., Li Hong, et al. (2007) Dissociate the Error Detection and Color Conflict Detection from Feedback Stimuli, an ERP study (abstract). Process in Nature Science. 17(13), 177-178.

12. Yuan, J.J., Zhang, Q.L., Li, H.,Chen, A. T., Wang, Q.H., Zhuang, Z.C.X. & Jia., S.W.(2007)Are we sensitive to valence differences in emotionally negative stimuli? Electrophysiological evidence from an ERP study. Neuropsychologia, 45, 2764–71.

13. Jia S. W., Li H., Luo Y. J., et al. (2007) Detecting perceptual conflict by the feedback- related negativity in brain potentials. Neuroreport, 18(13), 1385-1388.