Qihong Lu


Home

Research

CV

Resources

Contact


myGithub myEmail

myFacebook myTwitter

Here's my CV in PDF format

Education

Ph.D. in Psychology, Princeton University
2017 ~


B.S. in Mathematics and Psychology, UW-Madison
2013 ~ May 2017



Undergrad Research Experience

Knowledge and Concepts Lab
2014~2017

PI: Tim Rogers, UW-Madison

The PDP Lab
Summer 2015 & 2016

PI: Jay McClelland, Stanford University

Language and Cognitive Neuroscience Lab
2013~2015

PI: Maryellen MacDonald & Mark Seidenberg, UW-Madison


Some Honors & Awards

College of Letters & Science Dean’s Prize
2017

David H. Durra Scholarship
2016

Phi Beta Kappa as a junior
2015

Hilldale Undergraduate Research Fellowship
2015

Psychology Undergraduate Research Scholar Award
2014, 2015

Welton Summer Sophomore Research Apprenticeship Grant
2014



Manuscripts

Lu, Q., Cox, C., Rogers, T. T., Lambon Ralph, M., & Takahashi R. (in prep). An interactive account for human vision: a recurrent neural network explains neural and behavioral temporal dynamics of object recognition processes.

McClelland, J.L., Mickey, K., Hansen S., & Lu, Q. (in prep). A Parallel-Distributed Processing approach to mathematical cognition.

Wang, T., Lu, Q. & Seidenberg, M.S. (submitted). The role of transitional probability in reading Chinese