Young-eun Lee

Young-eun Lee

My research examines the development of punishment against selfish behaviors. I am particularly interested in children’s reasoning and motives underlying third-party punishment.
Haoyu Du

Haoyu Du

I am interested in how our minds build up our representation of the world visually and intuitively.
Camille Osumah

Camille Osumah

As the Saxelab manager I have the privilege of interacting with all of the lab’s projects and researchers! As a former linguistics and cognitive science major, I am excited to further explore the field of cognitive neuroscience and gain hands on experience. In...
Alicia Chen

Alicia Chen

I’m a PhD student in the Brain and Cognitive Sciences program. I use behavioral experiments and computational modeling to study how humans think about social norms in our social relationships.
Eric Martínez

Eric Martínez

(Advised by Ted Gibson & Rebecca Saxe) I study the cognitive foundations of the law. That is: how do lawyers and non-lawyers create, understand and interpret law, and what are the implications of these findings for broader questions of cognitive science, legal...