I’m a PhD student in the Center for Brain and Cognitive Sciences (CBLS) and supervised by Dr. Gui Xue. I received my B.A. in psychology from School of Psychology, Beijing Normal University in 2013. My research interest include memory, reward and working memory. I applied model-based fMRI, both surface and intracranial EEG, tDCS and genetic neuroimaging methods in my research. Except for working in several small projects in the lab, I also worked in the Gene-Brain-Behavior Project as EEG research group leader. And I was the secretary for International Workshops on Brain, Cognition and Learning (IWBCL) and the lab manager for CBLS.
Cai, Y., Li, S.
, Liu, J., et al.. (2015). The Role of the Frontal and Parietal Cortex in Proactive and Reactive Inhibitory Control: A Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Study. Journal of cognitive neuroscience.
20th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping; OHBM 2014,
“Domain-specific and domain-general neural architecture of human visual short term memory”
53rd Annual Meeting of Society for Psychophysiological Research; SPR 2013
, "Electrophysiological correlates of visual working memory capacity for observed actions"
52nd Annual Meeting of Society for Psychophysiological Research; SPR 2012
, "Processing emotional information is more automatic in L1 than in L2: ERP evidence from Chinese-English bilinguals"
18th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping; OHBM 2012,
“Recognition potential differentiates semantic processing of emotional words in L1 and L2”