Pin-Hao Andy Chen

Director  [CV]  [Email]

Andy Chen received his Ph.D. in Psychological and Brain Sciences at Dartmouth College. He joined the faculty at National Taiwan University 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 swimming.

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Yun-Jie Christina Wu

Graduate student

Christina Wu is a graduate student in the Social Psychology program at National Taiwan University. She is interested in social and cognitive psychology, particularly in developing computational models to study how information is transmitted across individuals. In her free time, she enjoys taking photos while wandering around different places.

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Yen-Si Ashlee Kuo

Graduate student

Ashlee Kuo is a graduate student in the Social Psychology program at National Taiwan University. She shows great interest in social psychology, especially in exploring how individuals' social experiences influence their inner states and social bonding. In her spare time, she enjoys reading books, listening to music, and traveling.

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Yu-Chieh Chloe Chen

Undergraduate research assistant

Chloe Chen is a senior 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 the influence of power on group decision making. During her spare time, Chloe enjoys reading, dancing, getting along with dogs, listening to music and hanging out with friends.

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Feng-Chun Ben Chou

Undergraduate research assistant

Ben Chou is a senior undergraduate student with a major in Physics and minor in Engineering Science at National Taiwan University. He is interested in using computational tools to study social behaviors and the underlying neural mechanisms, especially in using brain hyperscanning methods to study group decision making. In his free time, he enjoys playing badminton, reading novel, and watching movies.

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Hsuan-Jung Sharon Pan

Undergraduate research assistant

Sharon Pan is a junior undergraduate student with a major in Mechanical Engineering at National Taiwan University. She is interested in applying her skills in mechanical engineering to study social interactions, especially in research related to human facial behaviors. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and listening to music.

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Chiang Rose Lin

Undergraduate research assistant

Rose Lin is a junior undergraduate student with a major in Psychology at National Taiwan University. Although she has a broad interest in social psychology, she is particularly interested in using social network analysis to study how individuals gain their reputation in a group. In her free time, she likes to hang out with friends and watch movies.

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Po-Yuan Alan Hsiao

Undergraduate research assistant

Alan Hsiao is a sophomore undergraduate student with a major in Psychology at National Taiwan University. He is interested in applying computational tools to examine how cross-cultural differences in affective experience are encoded in the brain. In his leisure time, he enjoys playing basketball and watching Netflix.

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Yi-Wen Yvonne Huang

Undergraduate research assistant

Yvonne Huang is a freshman undergraduate student with a major in Psychology at National Taiwan University. Her interest lies in cognitive psychology and data science, particularly in studying how social status influence social interactions using computational models. In her free time, she likes to listen to music, watch movies, and hang out with friends.

Lab Alumni

Yi-Jung Lulu Lin

Lulu was a former full-time RA in the lab and is now a master student at Department of Information Systems Management at Carnegie Mellon University.