ESRC Research Fellow
My work focuses on understanding the neural representation of social cognition (e.g. social associations, self-representation, and social reward) and how cultural experience shapes the neural circuits supporting social cognition. The work combines behavioural measures with neuropsychological and neuroimaging methods (EEG and fMRI). I am particularly interested in the transfer of knowledge into the fields from child development, aging, to patients’ rehabilitation. I have also been awarded a Royal Society International Incoming Fellowship, a Maria Curie Incoming International Fellowship, and an International Newton Fellowship.
Self-Reference Acts as a Golden Thread in Binding.
Sui J., (2016), Trends Cogn Sci, 20, 482 - 483
The differential outcomes procedure can overcome self-bias in perceptual matching.
Fuentes LJ. et al, (2016), Psychon Bull Rev, 23, 451 - 458
Distinct and common aspects of physical and psychological self-representation in the brain: A meta-analysis of self-bias in facial and self-referential judgements.
Hu C. et al, (2016), Neurosci Biobehav Rev, 61, 197 - 207
Expanding and retracting from the self: Gains and costs in switching self-associations.
Wang H. et al, (2016), J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform, 42, 247 - 256
Attentional control and the self: The Self-Attention Network (SAN).
Humphreys GW. and Sui J., (2016), Cogn Neurosci, 7, 5 - 17