Chih-Yin Esther Lu

Lab Manager

Esther Lu received her Master's degree in International Communication at National Cheng-Chi University. With a diverse background of social-science, she possessed a strong interest in human thoughts and behaviours, especially in a naturalistic situation. She aims to explore different social groups in relation to assorted social topics, such as emigration, well-being, moral values, and further investigate features or customs along with development of self-construal occurred on both structural and individual level. Outside of her work, she enjoys doing workout, yoga, dancing, watching movies and go traveling in her leisure time.

 

Pin-Hao Andy Chen

Director  [CV]  [Email]  [Website]

Andy Chen received his Ph.D. in Social Psychology and Social Neuroscience at Dartmouth College. He joined the faculty at NTU as an assistant professor in 2020 at the Department of Psychology. He uses an interdisciplinary approach, combining experimental social psychology and computational methods to gain a better understanding of culture through real-time social interactions. In his free time, he enjoys tasting bubble tea, cooking, and playing basketball.

Tzu-Jou Avery Yang

Graduate student

Avery Yang received her bachelor’s degree in English at National Taiwan Normal University. She found her interest in psychology when she was studying neurolinguistics in college. Now she aims to study conversation from a social neuroscience perspective. She loves cats, fries, and memes. In her free time, she enjoys writing calligraphy, reading poetry, and talking to chatbots.

Yi-Jung Lulu Lin

Research assistant

Lulu Lin graduated from National Chung Hsing University with a major in Management of Information Systems. Thanks to all kinds of different experiences during university, she found herself have a strong interest in data science. Now she aims to become a data analyst, using her skill to tackle the real-world problems. She joined the lab as a research assistant in 2020 to enhance her ability of data analytics and visualization with Python. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, watching movies and hanging out with friends.

Yu-Chieh Chloe Chen

Undergraduate research assistant

Chloe Chen is a junior undergraduate student with double major in history and psychology at National Taiwan University. To gain a comprehensive understanding of human beings and their social behaviors, she determines to investigate how social experiences influence people. To achieve her goal, she joins the Python world and is on way of becoming a coder. During her spare time, Chloe enjoys reading, dancing, getting along with dogs, listening to music and hanging out with friends

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