Lab PI: Rongjun YU,  PhD (Univ. of Cambridge 2011)
google scholar profile  (total citations > 2764; H index=30, papers>104) 
Scopus profile
We use behavioral and neuroscience methods to study economic decision making and social emotions in young adults, children/adolescents/older adults, and patients with psychiatric disorders.
Research approaches
  1. Neuroimaging: fMRI, EEG, MEG, fNIRS, EROS, hyperscanning,

  2. Behavioral:

    1. Computational modeling,

    2. Pharmacological manipulation (e.g. Oxytocin), 

    3. Eye tracking,

  3. Big data approach: Social Media Analytics 

Teaching courses

Dr. Yu teaches

  1. PL6888 Selected topics in social and cognitive neuroscience

  2. PL5308 Advanced social and cognitive neuroscience

  3. PL4205 Developmental processes

  4. PL4238 Social neuroscience

  5. PL3260 Moral development

  6. PL3289 Lab in decision science

A selected list of journals we publish

Behavioral and brain sciences   IF=17; 
PNAS    IF=10
Nature communications    IF=12;
Neuroscience & biobehavioral reviews    IF=9

Neuroscience journals

Journal of neuroscience   IF=6.1
Cerebral cortex    IF=6.1
Neuroimage    IF=6.9
Human brain mapping    IF=4.5
Cortex    IF=4.7
Journal of cognitive neuroscience   IF=3
Brain imaging and behavior    IF=3.4
Neuropsychologia    IF=3.4
Psychophysiology    IF=3.4
Neurobiology of learning and memory    IF=3.4

Clinical journals

Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics       IF=13.7

Neurobiology of stress    citescore=8.2

Pain    IF=6

Psychoneuroendocrinology    IF=4.8
Hormones and behavior      IF=4.0
Journal of affective disorders    IF=4.2
Addiction biology    IF=4.2

Psychology journals

Psychological science    IF=7
Journal of gerontology: psychological science   IF=3.9
Psychology and aging    IF=3.7
Journal of experimental social psychology      IF=3.6
Journal of behavioral decision making     IF=1.8
Cyberpsychology, behavior, and social networking      IF=2.7 




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PI: Rongjun YU,   office: AS4, 02-17, Lab: AS5, 04-20