Seongmin A. Park
Assistant Project Scientist, Center for Mind and Brain and Center for Neuroscience
The aim of my research is to understand how brains generalize previous experiences, construct structural knowledge, and make a novel decision. My research approach combines behavioral economics, neuroimaging (fMRI and EEG), and computational modeling.
Degree: PhD, Virginia Tech
Translational Biology, Medicine, and Health
I use computational modeling of neuroeconomic tasks combined with fMRI and intracranial recordings to understand how value-based information is organized and represented in the brain.
Hobbies: rock climbing, disc golf, snowboarding, video games
Graduate Student, Department of Psychology
Degree: B.A. Psychology / B.A. Anthropology
Primary Academic Interests: The neural mechanisms the underlie causal learning, information sampling and visual attention
Secondary Academic Interest: Anthropology and philosophy of science
Hobbies: Traditional archery, Dungeons and Dragons, listening to metal.
Graduate Student, Neuroscience Graduate Group, Department of Psychology
Degree: B.S. Neuroscience
Neural Mechanisms of decision making, memory, and causal learning.
Hobbies: Guitar, skateboarding, watching youtube, hanging out with friends.
Undergraduate Research Assistant
Degree: B.S. Biopsychology
Research Interests: Hello! I'm Anastasia. I am interested in research, specifically learning and decision making. After graduation, I hope to work in a NIH post-bac program as a junior specialist before applying to graduate school for my PhD in neuroscience.
Hobbies: Weight-lifting, hiking/exploring new places, drawing, and cooking.
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