Hello! I am a 6th year graduate student at Johns Hopkins University, the department of cognitive science, working with Mike McCloskey and Soojin Park.  

Working at JHU labs, I became interested in a number of topics related to visual perception of objects, letters, and scenes. In my past and ongoing research, I have used behavioral tasks and neuroimaging method (fMRI) to explore how geometric shapes of objects and of scenes are represented in the brain. These experiences have led me to ask further questions about cognitive mechanisms underlying visuospatial abilities and the nature of abstract mental representations.

pang@jhu.edu

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