Minyu Chang

Hello! My name is Minyu Chang. I am a psychologist studying memory and metacognition. My research focuses on using behavioral experiments, mathematical modeling, and computational modeling to understand the formation mechanism of false memory, the metacognitive processes that regulate learning, and the semantic and contextual factors that affect memory processes. Additionally, my research also involves examining developmental and disease trajectories in cognition during late adulthood.

Currently, I am a Postdoctoral Fellow in the McGill Cognitive Computing Laboratory (PI: Dr. Brendan Johns). Previously, I completed my Ph.D. in the Memory and Neuroscience Lab (PI: Dr. Charles Brainerd) at Cornell University.