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Felicia Zhang

Felicia Zhang

Department Psychology
Faculty Adviser Lauren Emberson
Year of Study G2
Undergraduate Institution University of Toronto
Undergraduate Major Psychology

 

Personal Bio Hi! My name is Felicia. I went to the University of Toronto for my undergrad. I am obsessed with the city of Toronto and Japanese cuisine.
Fun Fact When I was in grade 9, I was invited onto an art tv show to teach the viewers how to create art using Microsoft Word. I was a nervous wreck. The episode never aired.
   
Research Keywords psychology, development, perception
Research Pitch Think about the amount of sensory information you encounter everyday…how does the brain process this vast amount of information so efficiently? The predictive coding framework states that in order to optimize the way we process and react to information, we make predictions based on previous experience, which allows us to efficiently process events that match our prediction and allocate resources to unexpected events. As a developmental psychologist in training, I am interested in how different cognitive processes, such as predictive coding operate in the early stages of life. I am currently using eye tracking and will incorporate NIRS in future studies to answer this question.
   
Meet and Greet 10/12  
Meet and Greet 10/13 No, I will not attend.
Meet and Greet 10/17 No, I will not attend
Meal for Mentoring 11/14 Yes, I will attend.
Meal for Mentoring 11/15 Yes, I will attend.

 

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