Name:Sisi Wang
Personal Statement:
I am currently a postdoc work at CBLS, my research interests lie in the neural mechanism of working memory, and the interaction between long-term memory and working memory. I use non-invasive brain recording method EEG and brain stimulation method tDCS to understand the neural mechanism underlie these functions.

Education and Research Experience:
2020.07-now     Beijing Normal University   Postdoc
2013.09-2019.12  East China Normal University   PhD candidate
2017.09-2019.09  Vanderbilt University   Visiting Scholar
2009.09-2013.07  Henan University   Undergraduate student

Wang, S., Megla, E. E., & Woodman, G. F. (2020). Stimulus-induced Alpha Suppression Tracks the Difficulty of Attentional Selection, Not Visual Working Memory Storage. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 1-27.
Wang, S., Itthipuripat, S., & Ku, Y. (2020). Encoding strategy mediates the effect of electrical stimulation over posterior parietal cortex on visual short-term memory. Cortex.
Wang, S., Rajsic, J., & Woodman, G. F. (2019). The Contralateral Delay Activity Tracks the Sequential Loading of Objects into Visual Working Memory, Unlike Lateralized Alpha Oscillations. Journal of cognitive neuroscience, 31(11), 1689-1698.
Wang, S., Itthipuripat, S., & Ku, Y. (2019). Electrical stimulation over human posterior parietal cortex selectively enhances the capacity of visual short-term memory. Journal of Neuroscience, 39(3), 528-536.
Sisi, W. A. N. G., & Yixuan, K. U. (2018). The causal role of right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in visual working memory. Acta Psychologica Sinica, 50(7), 727-738. In Chinese.
(王思思, & 库逸轩. (2018). 右侧背外侧前额叶在视觉工作记忆中的因果性作用. 心理学报, 50(7), 727-738.)