I am Pin-Hao Chen. You can also call me Andy. Before moving to the U.S., I completed my training as a licensed clinical psychologist in Taiwan. In 2016, I received my Ph.D. in Psychological and Brain Sciences at Dartmouth College. During my doctoral training, I developed a smartphone app called Appetite Tamer to help dieters enhance their control over food desire. Besides of my interest in self-regulation, I also employed a brain-as-predictor approach to predict immigrants’ acculturation outcome.
Currently, I work as a post-doc at Casanlab with Dr. Luke Chang. My recent projects include: (1) developing a neurometric-based construct validity of trust. (2) investigating socially transmitted placebo effect (3) using inter-subject RSA approach to explore individual differences in affective experience.