Piloting brain stimulation for group decision making

Wang Cong's very first keynote talk at the International conference of human brain development, Hangzhou, Oct 2019

Poses in Dublin, on the way attending Neuroeconomics Annual Meeting in Ireland, Oct 2019

Hanqi's last day in the lab, July 3, 2019

Yaomin attending the Oxford Summer School in Economic Networks, Oxford, UK, June 2019

Farewell party on the roof of Beijing, June 2019

Farewell party on the roof of Beijing, June 2019

Yaomin and his poster on learning on social networks at OHBM in Rome, Italy, June 2019

Xiaomi presenting his poster on how the human brain reads between the lines at SFN, San Diego, CA, Nov 2018

Yixin's last day in the lab before her leaving for grad school at Boston University, July 2018

Yaomin presenting at the AI and the Brain Conference, Peking University, July 2018

Lusha presenting at the AI and the brain conference, PKU, 2018

lab*2 dinner, 2018

Xiaomi presenting his project on communicative inferences at joint lab meeting, Nov. 2017

Yaomin and Yang Ning discussing their social learning models, 2017

Yunlu and his poster on sleep and preferences at Neuroeconomics annual conference, Toronto, Canada, 2017

Yifei piloting a tDCS study, 2017

Yaomin giving a lecture on computational modeling at the School of Management, Zhejiang University, 2017

Siyu presenting at lab meeting. 2016

Online experiment with more than 20 interacting participants. 2016

Pseudo field experiment, 2016



If you’re excited about working at the interface of social and biological sciences –– studying human nature using neuroscience, game theory, and computational modeling, this is the lab you need to be in! We are currently looking for talented postdocs and graduate students with training in computer science, mathematics, physics, economics, psychology, neuroscience, or appropriate engineering disciplines.  


  • PostdocWe are interested in candidates with a background in cognitive neuroscience, behavioral economics, machine learning, linguistics, or related fields. Expertise in natural language processing, EEG/MEG, TMS, eye tracking, and computational modeling is particularly welcome. The appointment typically lasts for two years and can be extended contingent upon research performance. Salary is highly competitive and will be commensurate with experience and qualification. 


  • Ph.D. Student: Students interested in our Ph.D. positions are strongly recommended to apply for a short-term research intern in our lab first (e.g. summer intern). Qualified applicants will have the opportunity of working with our graduate students and getting to know the lab better. The length of the intern may vary depending on individual cases.   


  • Undergraduate Student: We are happy to offer a research assistantship for talented undergraduate students who are interested in our work and hope to enhance the learning experience through engaging in academic research. Positions are open throughout the year. Students from all majors are welcome to apply. 



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School of Psychological and Cognitive Sciences, PKU-Tsinghua Center for Life SciencesIDG/McGovern Institute for Brain Research

Peking University

Address: 52 Haidian Rd, Wang Kezhen Bldg,  Room 1104, Haidian, Beijing, China,  100871




北京大学 心理与认知科学学院北大-清华生命科学联合中心 IDG/麦戈文脑科学研究所

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