Neural Dynamics of Visual Cognition Group
Room JK 25/221d
I am a cognitive neuroscientist in training and generally interested in understanding how the human brain resolves object cognition and its trajectory throughout lifespan development. I collect human brain data (i.e., electrophysiology and neuroimaging data) and do data analysis (mainly multivariate analysis methods).
I am investigating two questions: 1) how visual feedback processing plays a role in the visual object cognition in terms of its spatiotemporal dynamics, spectral properties, and representational formats; 2) what the connections are between infants' neural representations and their mature adult forms.
I am currently a Ph.D. candidate in the lab that joined in September 2017.
Before that, I studied psychology at South China Normal University.