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Research groups

Amy Li

BAdvSc (Hons)

Research Assistant

I am a research assistant in the Decision Dynamics Lab, supervised by Prof. Laurence Hunt. At the Decision Dynamics Lab, I am currently using M/EEG combined with behavioural paradigms to investigate human learning, decision-making, and information sampling.

Broadly, I am interested in how flexible representations guide adaptive decision-making, as well as how we may combine computational models with behavioural and neural data to inform answers in this domain. 

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