I am an Econ PhD student from the Ohio State University. I am also associated with the Krajbich Neuroeconomics Lab. My main research interest is in behavioral economics and neuroeconomics, especially in the context of learning and decision making. I have ran several experiments that use eye-tracker to measure both eye-movement and pupil-size. Currently, I am running a project on epiphany/insight learning and another project on understanding how pupil dilation is related to the underlying process in decision making. You can find some of the working paper version of my work on the research page.

I am joining Prof. Liang Guo‘s research group at the Marketing Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, starting from 8/1/2017.