Qin Yin

Qin Yin

Doctoral Student in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience

qin.yin@wayne.edu

Qin Yin

Education

Ph.D. student, Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience, Wayne State University (2016 - Current)

M.S., Cognitive Neuroscience, Beijing Normal University, China (2013 - 2016)

B.S., Nursing, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, China (2008 - 2012)

PSY 1010 Introductory Psychology Lab (Winter 2018)

Professional Service

STEM Day, Brain Day, Wayne State University (2018)

STEM Day,  Wayne State University (2017)

Presentations

Yin, Q., Johnson, E.L., Tang, L.F., Asano E., Ofen, N. (2019). Scene complexity visual alpha modulations facilitate memory development. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
 
Yin, Q., Johnson, E.L., Tang, L.F., Asano E., Ofen, N. (2019). Scene complexity visual alpha modulations facilitate memory formation in children. IOG and MPSI Lifespan Alliance Research Day, Detroit, MI.
 
Johnson, E.L., Yin, Q., Tang, L.F., Asano E., Ofen, N. (2018). Direct brain recordings reveal prefrontal cortex dynamics of memory development. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, Boston, MA.
 
Yin, Q., Tang, L.F., Malik, M., Shafer, A.T., Chen, D., Asano E., Ofen, N. (2017). An electrocorticography (ECoG) study of memory formation in children. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
 

Professional Associations

Society for Neuroscience, Student Member (2019)

Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Student Member (2019, 2017)

Honors and Awards

Graduate Student Professional Travel Award, Wayne State University (2019)

Rumble Fellowship, Wayne State University (2018 - 2019)

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