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 am an undergraduate student at the School of Physics, 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 decision-making. 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.