I’m a graduate student, studying human olfaction with these nice people in Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. I received my BS in Psychology from Beijing Normal University. My favorite psychologist is B.F. Skinner. I was intrigued by his operant conditioning experiments when I read a textbook about animal behavior in high school. Currently, I am using fMRI and iEEG techniques to investigate neural representations of odor structure and valence, especially in the amygdala.

Two things fill the mind with ever new and increasing admiration and awe, the oftener and more steadily we reflect on them: the starry heavens above and the moral law within. - Immanuel Kant

Except for exploring the brain, I also immerse myself in observing the night sky (I agree with Kant), as well as admiring the beauty of plants and animals. Photography, especially shooting flowers and insects, is my favorite hobby. You can find some of the photos on my 500px homepage.

The website

This website is built with blogdown package and hosted on Netlify, GitHub, and Gitee. The theme was forked from @jrutheiser/hugo-lithium-theme and modified by Yihui Xie and me (slightly).