School of Psychological and Cognitive Sciences
PKU-Tsinghua Center for Life Sciences
IDG/McGovern Institute for Brain Research
Peking University, China
My research interests center around what happens in our mind when we make inferences and how this process develops over the lifespan. Previously, I have explored preoperational children's ability in conditional reasoning and adolescents' pragmatic reasoning, and obtained my M.A., B.Phil., and B.S. degrees from Peking University.
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.
Ms. Guan is responsible for everyday administration. Among her many duties, she provides support for communication and Journal Club coordination. Please feel free to contact Ms. Guan if you have questions or requests for the lab.
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.
My research focuses on human communication, in particular, how individuals encode, transfer, and decode information through communicative signals given communicative contexts. My ongoing projects investigate the neurocomputational mechanism by which the human brain reads between the lines, combining methods from decision neuroscience, machine learning, and experimental and computational linguistics. I have a Ph.D. in integrative sciences from Peking University.
How people make decisions and interact with each other in different contexts has been appealing to me. My current work with Wang Han and Wu Haitau investigates how people use and perceive communication strategies when seeking help. I major in Psychology and Economics at PKU.
My PhD work focuses on human communication, and, more broadly, how individuals coordinate with one another to achieve mutual goals. Some of my projects adopt a developmental perspective and ask how humans acquire this key social ability and what structural and functional changes in the brain support the development of this function. I hope to provide a more quantitative, mechanistic understanding for these long-standing questions. Prior to joining the lab, I obtained a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Sun Yat-sen University.
I am intrigued by human decisions, especially irrational ones. At the moment, I am trying to use computational models to interpret the variances observed in communicative behavior that cannot be explained by previous methods. I am from the School of Yuanpei, PKU, majoring in both Psychology and Economics.
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.
What interests me at the moment is why and how people sometimes change their attitude towards particular things, places, or people in a seemingly irrational manner. In our current project, Yaomin and I are trying to develop computational models to predict preference changes in a range of human behavior. I received my bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Management from Peking University.