Identity, Decision Making, & Intergroup Processes
Connie is the lab's current research assistant. She graduated from The University of Hong Kong (HKU) majoring in psychology. After graduation, she has conducted research in the field of experimental psychopathology, examining the relationship among cognitive deficits, memory specificity and psychopathology.
Connie is interested in political psychology. She aims to apply experimental methods in cognitive psychology into studying people's political choices and actions (e.g., activism, support for policy, political or ideological identification). She is also interested in the interactions between cognition, economic scarcity, and decision making.
Research interest: political psychology, cognition, decision making, perceived scarcity
Connie Chiu Pui Yee