• Name:Siyao Li
     
    Personal Statement
    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.
     
    Publication
    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.
     
    Presentation
    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”