Yee Lee Shing
Board of Directors for Frankfurt
FB 05 Entwicklungspsychologie
60323 Frankfurt am Main
My research focuses on the development of learning and memory across the lifespan. I’m interested in how our brains form lasting representations of our everyday experiences, and in what ways the processes involved are similar or different among children, younger adults, and older adults. I also investigate how humans use prior knowledge and memory to predict upcoming events and how experiences in turn shape knowledge and memory in dynamically changing environments. To this end, I conduct cross-sectional as well as longitudinal studies, combining experimental paradigms with neuroimaging techniques (functional and structural magnetic resonance imaging) to uncover brain–behavior relationships in different age groups and across time.
Disentangling Age and Schooling Effects on Inhibitory Control Development: An fNIRS Investigation.
Disentangling age and schooling effects on inhibitory control development: An fNIRS investigation.
Developmental Science: e13205. 205, 102117.
Concurrent contextual and time-distant mnemonic information co-exist as feedback in the human visual cortex.
NeuroImage, 265, 119778.
Distinct multivariate structural brain profiles are related to variations in short- and long-delay memory consolidation across children and young adults.
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 59, 101192.