Masters student, University of Chicago
Nak Won is a MA student in the Computational Social Science program at the University of Chicago. He is broadly interested in how the human mind incorporates new knowledge into their thought systems and how humans make inferences and decisions based on their priors. At the Knowledge Lab, he is focusing on using high-throughput virtual lab experiments to research how people work together as groups.
Before coming to the University of Chicago, Nak Won received a B.A. degree in Psychology and a B.S. degree in Brain Cognitive Science at Korea University, Republic of Korea. His undergraduate works focused on the cognitive control of humans using classical distractor tasks such as the Simon task.