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副教授兼博士學位學程主任

龔俊嘉

基本資料
職稱:副教授
研究領域:知覺與功能性核磁共振造影,臉孔與物體辨識,神經經濟學
E-Mailchunkung@mail.ncku.edu.tw; cckung@kunglab-nckupsy.org
辦公室/電話:B532/(06)2008102
提供課程:心理實驗法/臉孔與物體辨識綜論/功能性磁振造影:理論與實務
經歷
教學經歷TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Aug 2008- Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychology, NCKU, Tainan
Aug 2015- Associate Professor, Dept. of Psychology, NCKU, Tainan
研究經歷RESEARCH EXPERIENCE 
Oct 2005-Aug 2008 Postdoc Research Associate in Princeton University, Princeton NJ
學術榮譽
106年度中華心理學刊年度最佳論文獎
學歷    
        布朗大學認知科學博士 (2005)
        中正大學心理學碩士   (1994)
        政治大學心理學學士   (1992)
期刊論文
Jo, H., Chen, C.-Y., Chen, D.-Y., Weng, M.-H., & Kung, C.-C. (2020). A brain network that supports consensus-seeking and conflict-resolving of college couples’ shopping interaction.Scientific Reports, [SCI]
 
Jo, H.-S., Ou-Yang, Y., and Kung, C.-C. (2019). The neural substrate underlying self- vs. other-concerned happiness: an fMRI study. PLOS One [SCI] <media coverage: 1, 2, 3>
 
Kung, C,-C., Lin, Y.-C., and Yeh, D.-R. (2016). Revisiting the Relationship between Visual Functions and Reading Difficulty: A Large Sample Perspective. Chinese Journal of Psychology, 58, 1-18. [TSSCI]
 
Liu, B.-J., Kung, C.-C., Tseng, K.-H., and Weng, M.-H. (2015). Approaching or Avoidance of Compound Lottery: Using Motion-Coherence Task as an Example. Taiwan Economy Review 44(3), 511-541. [TSSCI]
 
Wen, T. and Kung, C.-C. (2014). Using Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging to Explore the Flashed Face Distortion Effect. Journal of Vision, 2014.14.10.article 121. [SCI]
 
Chen, B.-W., Ou-Yang, Y., Kung, C.-C., Yeh, D.-R., Rho, S., and Wang, J.-F. (2014). Multivoxel analysis for functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) based on time-series and contextual information: relationship between maternal love and brain regions as a case study. Multimedia Tools And Applications; doi: 10.1007/s11042-014-2020-4. [SCI]
 
Kung,C.-C., Liou,R.-Y., Hsieh,T.-H., Lin,K.-R., Shaw,F.-Z., and Liang, S.-F. (2014). Musicians and non-Musicians’ different reliance of features in consonance perception: a behavioral and ERP study. Clinical Neurophysiology,125, 971-978. [SCI]
研討會論文
H,-S. Jo, T.H. Hsieh, W.-C. Chien, C.-C. Kung, and S.-F. Liang (2020 Sep). Musicians’ and non-Musicians’ dissonance/consonance perception. Presented at the Taiwan Society for Neuroscience, Academic Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
 
S.-S. Shen, Y-R. Hsu, , J.-T. Cheng, Y.-C. Chang, M.-H. Weng, D.-Y. Chen, and C,C. Kung (2020 Sep). Collaboration and deception in strategic interactions: an hyperscanning fMRI study. Taiwan Society for Neuroscience, Academic Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
 
Irmayanti, M. and Kung, C.-C. (2020 Jan). Higher connectivity between middle and medial ventro-occipitotermporal (VOT) regions when in categorizing than in individuating objects: fMRI evidence from searchlight mapping and psychophysiological interactions (PPI). Annual meeting of Taiwan Society of Cognitive Neurosciences (TSCN). NCKU, Tainan.
 
Kung, C.-C. (2020 Jan). From college students to college couples…fMRI studies on developing a happy social interaction. Talk presented at the Annual Meeting of Taiwan Society of Cognitive Neurosciences (TSCN). NCKU, Tainan.
 
Kung, C.-C., Chu, C.-S., Lin, Y., Jo, H., and Liu, K. (2019, May). Beyond FFA BOLD changes: appropriate expertise training not just drives higher BOLD activities, but also faster BOLD onset and better classifications for Greebles in FFA and many other regions. Vision Science Society (VSS) Annual Meeting. St. Pete’s Beach, FL. 
 
Wang, H.-H., and Kung, C.-C. (2019 May) fMRI responses by face-like objects: the effect of task modulation revealed by ROI time courses, MVPA, searchlight mapping, and Granger Causality. Vision Science Society Annual Conference. St. Pete’s Beach, FL.
 
Chu C.-S., Liu K., and Kung, C.-C. (2019 May) Not just in FFA: becoming an expert also drives the activity, and changes the pattern, of early visual cortex. Vision Science Society Annual Conference. St. Pete’s Beach, FL.
 
Yang, N.-T., Kung, C.-C., and Chu C.-S. (2019 May) A (in)-direct support for the perceptual expertise hypothesis of FFA: interactive face- and bird-selectivity in bird experts. Vision Science Society Annual Conference. St. Pete’s Beach, FL.
 
Kung, C.-C., Liu, K., and Chen Y.-P. (2018, Jan). Evaluation of the publication bias and replicability in two meta-analyses of task-related fMRI studies. Taiwan Society of Cognitive Neuroscience, Taichung, Taiwan.
 
Kung, C.-C. and Chen, C.-Y. (2017 Oct.). The modulation effect of significant others' attitudes on one's shopping decisions. Society of Neuroeconomics Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada.
 
Kung, C.-C., and Chen, C.-Y. (2016 Jul). Extensions and Constraints on Interaction between Face and Expert Object Recognition: a Behavioral Study on Bird Expertise. Asian-Pacific Conference on Vision (APCV), Fremantle/Perth, WA, Australia. 
 
Kung, C.-C., Yeh, D.-J., and Weng, M.-H. (2015 Sep) The neural substrate of maternal love in shopping: comparing general linear model and searchlight mapping. NeuroEconomics 2015 Annual Meeting, Miami, Fl.
 
其他
Other invited writings: 狗的大腦造影(科學月刊 106.11).從叢林到文明(成大校刊 105.11)幸福感研究的起源(成大校刊 109.11)。