We focus on Decision Neuroscience (a.k.a. neuroeconomics), a nascent area that is at the intersection between neuroscience and social science disciplines. The broad goal of our research is to understand how the brain makes decisions, particularly complex, goal-directed decisions in social contexts. Our work uses neuroscience techniques and models of behavior to understand human motives, inferences, and strategies, in adults and in children, in healthy and clinical populations. Read more...



Aug 5, 2021

Lusha joins the editorial board of PLOS Computational Biology as an Associate Editor. Look forward to working with the reputed journal and contributing to the community. 

Mar 3, 2021

A new paper by Qingtian Mi and Cong Wang, in collaboration with Colin Camerer, now at Science Advances, demonstrating a neural generative process, subserved by the frontal-striatal circuit, that underlies our ability to read between the lines.

Dec 3, 2020

Congratulations to Yunlu, a lab alumnus, who is now going to become an assistant professor at the School of Management, Fudan University. Wish him the very best of luck!      

Interested in participating our experiments?

We regularly recruit healthy adults and/or adolescents to participate in various kinds of decision-making experiments. Please follow us on weChat for the latest information about our studies.