January 26, 2022
WE CAN DO IT project launching
Our lab at UNIST is starting a new collaborative study with other labs at SNU and SNU Hospital to understand neurodevelopmental changes in adolescents. The project is called WE CAN DO IT (Wellness Effects on Childhood and Adolescent Neurocognitive
Development Outcomes and Individual Trajectories)!
Take a look for details:
July 22, 2021
New paper: Depression Symptoms Mediate Mismatch Between Perceived Severity of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Preventive Motives
Why won’t people comply with prevention measures recommended by the government? Our new study in Frontiers in Psychology highlights the importance of psychological responses to the dynamically evolving pandemic situations in promoting preventive behaviors (https://tinyurl.com/vuv3zdj).
August 5, 2021
Symposium on the Cognitive and Developmental Neuroscience
A few cognitive and developmental neuroscientists gathered to raise awareness of the importance of environmental factors on brain and cognitive development. The event is on August 11, starting at 10am (This symposium will be delivered in Korean).
Preregistration is mandatory: http://tinyurl.com/2021WECANDOIT
July 14, 2021
HeeYoung, Jiwon, and Minho are giving oral presentations at the Korean Society for Cognitive & Biological Psychology conference 2021
HeeYoung (Live Talk 2): Impacts of learned social contexts on risky decision-making
Jiwon (Live Talk 5): Impacts of similarity-based generalization on probabilistic reward learning
Minho (Live Talk 5): Impacts of choice-independent option on decision consistency
If you are interested in participating in a decision-making research, email us!
The research involves playing simple computer games, filling out some questionnaires, and/or EEG recordings.