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Research groups

Amy Li

BAdvSc (Hons)

DPhil Candidate

I am a DPhil student supervised by Prof. Laurence Hunt and Dr. Sage Boettcher, funded by the Department of Experimental Psychology, the Clarendon Fund, and The Queen's College.

Broadly, I am interested in the cognitive mechanisms underlying value-guided decision making and information sampling, including both overt and covert attention. I use behavioural paradigms in tandem with neural data (M/EEG) and computational modelling to investigate how decisions unfold in temporally extended environments.

I hold a Bachelor of Advanced Science (First Class Honours) in Psychology from UNSW Sydney, graduating in 2020. Before starting my DPhil, I was a research assistant with the UNSW Cognition Lab and continue to be involved in a number of ongoing collaborations there.