School of Psychological and Cognitive Sciences
PKU-Tsinghua Center for Life Sciences
IDG/McGovern Institute for Brain Research
Peking University, China
My research interests focus on human learning, particularly those related to reinforcement learning. My current research project aims at understanding information-seeking on social networks from a learning perspective. I have bachelor’s degrees in Astrophysics and Psychology from Peking University.
My research interests focus on cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying social learning in humans. In my current project, I aim at understanding how complex social relationships are represented in the brain and integrated with other social information to guide learning. To this end, my project brings together strands of behavioral economics, functional neuroimaging, and social network experiments in lab settings. I have bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Psychology from Peking University.
I am interested in irrational learning in humans, such as the formation and confirmation of misattribution. I have bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Psychology from Peking University.
I am broadly interested in human decision-making. My undergrad work mainly focused on preference formation and changes, such as the influence of repeated exposure on preferences. Prior to joining the lab, I obtained my bachelor's degree in Psychology from Peking University.