Since the day I started the stage of graduate study in the National Key Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning, Beijing Normal University, I’ve been seeking to understand human behavior from a cognitive neuroscience perspective. I have a particular interest in the way the brain generates the perceptual false information we did not see. How does the brain cope the error message from memory in the ever changing world around us? How does the brain achieve this impressively flexible cognitive control? Questions about underlying mechanism which cause various false memory phenomenon are charming for me. I use psychophysics and neuroimaging methods in my research.