Prior to joining the human spatial cognition lab, I received my B.S. in psychology from Renmin University, and B.S. in economics from Peking University, in 2016. My current research focuses on attempting to probe the neural correlates of real-world navigation with mobile EEG recordings. I am interested in neural oscillations (including theta oscillations), and hippocampal function models. In my free time, I like to read papers, play Don’t Starve, go hiking, and play Don’t Starve Together.
Techniques now I am happily learning: virtual reality, scalp EEG methodology, neural time series analysis.