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Computational & Cognitive Neuroscience Lab

Angela Yu SSRB 246
Associate Professor Department of Cognitive Science
ajyu(at)ucsd.edu University of California San Diego

We study human intelligence, encompassing various aspects of cognitive functions traditionally studied separately in psychology and neuroscience: perception, attention, decision-making, learning, cognitive control, active sensing, economic choice, face processing, and social interactions. The lab mainly specializes in theoretical modeling, utilizing and developing a broad range of tools from Bayesian statistics, reinforcement learning, decision theory, control theory, information theory, game theory, and dynamical systems analysis. We also utilize various experimental methods, e.g. behavior, eye-tracking, fMRI, to help develop and validate the theoretical concepts. In addition, we collaborate with a number of experimentalists on a range of topics related to human and animal cognition, including neural and psychiatric impairments.

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Last modified: Tue Dec 18 10:37:43 PST 2018