Zhuoya Cui's Dissertation Defense (4/15/21): Understanding Social Function in Psychiatric Illnesses Through Computational Modeling and Multiplayer Games
Graduate Student Dissertation Defense presented by the Fralin Biomedical Research Institute at VTC
About Zhuoya Cui
Zhuoya Cui joined the King-Casas lab in 2014 after completing a B.S. and M.S. in psychology from East China Normal University in Shanghai. Her research with Dr. Brooks King-Casas primarily focuses on studying the behavioral and neural substrates of social decision making using behavioral economic paradigms and functional neuroimaging. She is also interested in working with Dr. King-Casas in applying computational models to simulate and quantify the underlying cognitive processes and potential alterations among those with psychiatric illnesses.
Dissertation co-mentors: Brooks King-Casas, Ph.D., and Pearl Chiu, Ph.D.
Dissertation Committee Members: Alexei Morozov, Ph.D., and Rosalyn Moran, Ph.D.
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