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Deng Pan

Research groups

Deng Pan

DPhil Candidate

structure learning, decision-making, flexible behaviour, cognitive map, ultrasound stimulation

Deng Pan (潘登)

Deng is a DPhil student (DPhil) at Oxford University, Department of Experimental Psychology, working with Professor Matthew Rushworth. He received his BS in psychological and cognitive sciences from Peking University (PKU), Beijing. His research interests focus on understanding the neural and computational mechanisms underlying structure learning and flexible decision-making. Outside of research, he enjoys reading novels, swimming, and mountain climbing. BTW, his name in Chinese means ‘climbing’.