I am a graduate student in the National Key Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning, Beijing Normal University. An emphasis of my research passion is to understand the human brain better, especially over the issues of consciousness and memory. Another research question attracting me a lot is how to empower the brain to achieve better memory performance. Meanwhile, I am interested in the neural mechanism underlying beat perception and visual illusory. My experimental approaches include psychophysics and brain-imaging (e.g., fMRI, EEG). In spare time, I also enjoy reading, travelling, and playing volleyball.
2015 Annual Meeting of the Chinese Society for General and Experimental Psychology;
“Reference-related change of the pattern of EEG activity in the frequency domain” (Co-first-authored with Liang Zhou)