I am a second-year Ph.D. student in psychology at Stanford under the advisory of Professor James L. McClelland. My research is on computational cognitive modeling, i.e. identifying psychological constructs and understanding their mechanisms through computer models such as neural networks. In particular, I am interested in logical and mathematical reasoning which are essential cognitive faculties for inferencing, problem solving, and decision making.
Ph.D. in Psychology (Current)
Stanford University
B.A. in Computer Science, 2017
University of California, Berkeley
B.A. in Economics, 2017
University of California, Berkeley
Mar 2020 - National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF)
2020 Spring - Psych 164: Brain decoding (Stanford University)
2020 Winter - Psych 252: Statistical methods for behavioral and social sciences (Stanford University)
2016 Fall - CS 70: Discrete mathematics and probability (UC Berkeley)
2016 Spring - CS 70: Discrete mathematics and probability (UC Berkeley)