I am currently a first-year Ph.D. student at the Affective, Neuroscience, and Decision-making Lab (ANDLab) at University of Macau (UM). Prior to this, I got my bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Technology from Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST). My research focuses on
- Building computational models which integrate behavioral and neuroimaging data in social decision-making.
- The neural representation of semantic/knowledge in the human brain, and the differences in semantic representation between humans and algorithms.
- Developing brain-inspired natural language processing (NLP) models instead of purely statistical models to make the model learn the language as humans.
Recently I am working on the neural mechanism of moral decision-making under uncertain facts.
- Computational Cognitive Neuroscience
- Natural Language Processing
- Network Analysis
- Chen, K., Wang, R., Huang, J., Gao, F., Qi, Y., Yuan, Z., Wu, H*. A resource for assessing dynamic binary choices in the adult brain using EEG and mouse-tracking. Scientific Data. (under revision). [Data] [Code]
- Wu, H*., Cao, S., Bai, C., Chen, K., & Mobbs, D*. (2021, October 10). Moral by default? The dynamic tradeoffs between honesty and self-interest. [PsyArxiv]