Huang Yi

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Office: CeLS #04-15

Tel: (65) 86260320

E-mail: E0001393@u.nus.edu

 

 

Education

2015- present     Ph.D.           NUS Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and engineering (NGS)

National University of Singapore, Singapore

2012-2015          M.S.(Psychology)         South China Normal University, China

2008-2012          B.S.(Psychology)         South China Normal University, China

Research Interest

My main research interest lies in understanding the psychological and neural mechanisms of economic decision-making.

Peer Reviewed Publications

  1. Huang, Y., Kendrick, K. M., Zheng, H., & Yu, R. (2015). Oxytocin enhances implicit   social conformity to both in-group and out-group opinions. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 60, 114-119.
  2. Huang Y., Kendrick KM., Yu R. (2014). Social conflicts elicit an N400-like component. Neuropsychologia. 65 (2014) 211–220
  3. Huang Y., Kendrick KM., Yu R. (2014). Conformity to the Opinions of Other People Lasts for No More Than 3 Days. Psychological Science. 25(7): 1388-1393.
  4. Huang Y., Yu R. (2014). The feedback-related negativity reflects “more or less” 
prediction error in appetitive and aversive conditions. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 8: 108
  5. Yu R., Huang Y. (2013). A nickel ain’t worth a dime anymore: The illusion of money and the rapid encoding of its true value. Plos One. 8(1): e55025.

 

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