Graduate Research Assistant
Yue Pan is currently a MAPSS student at the University of Chicago. He is interested in investigating what are the potential influences of speaking a foreign language on people’s cognition, emotion, reasoning and other psychological phenomena. Also, he is interested in finding effective ways of both learning and teaching a second language.
Before coming to UChicago, Yue Pan received his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he simultaneously worked as research assistant in Dr. Berenbaum’s, Dr. Hunter’s and Dr. Albarracin’s labs across clinical, cultural and social psychology domains.