Neuroscience specialist named a rising star in the field
Dr Bolton Chau, Assistant Professor of the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, has been selected by the prestigious Association for Psychological Science (APS) in the US as an APS Rising Star. This designation is a recognition of outstanding psychological scientists who are in the earliest stages of their post-PhD research careers.
Dr Chau’s research focuses on the neuroscience of multiple choice decision making and reinforcement learning. His innovative work has made advancement in the field, showing great potential for continued contributions. Details>>
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