Jiaqi (Adam) Huang


I am a third-year graduate student at Indiana University working at the Judgement and Decision Lab under the supervision of Jerome Busemeyer.

 

I am also affiliated to Causality in Cognition Lab at Stanford University working with Tobias Gerstenberg


Research Interest

Education

Joint PhD in Cognitive Science at Indiana University                                                                                                                                                    2021 -

PhD in Psychological and Brain Science at Indiana University                 (Advisor: Jerome Busemeyer)                                             2021 - 

BAs in Physics and Mathematics at Carleton College                                    magna cum laude                                                                        2017-2021

Computer Science Off-campus study at AIT Budapest                                                                                                                                                2019Fall

Publications

Empirical works about probability judgments

Other works

Jiaqi Huang, Jerome R. Busemeyer, Emmanuel M. Pothos, Jonathan D. Cohen, Morgan Rosendahl, Sean Tull, Bob Coecke, Peter Kvam, & Timothy J. Pleskac. (2024). Quantum dynamics in cognition and Quantum Artificial Intelligence.  (Submited to symposium CogSci 2024)

Huang, J., Epping, G., Trueblood, J., Yearsley, J., Busemeyer, J., & Pothos, E.  (2023). An overview of the quantum cognition research programme. (Submitted to Psychonomic bulletin and review)

Huang, J., & Busemeyer, J. (2023). Comparing serial reproduction and serial prediction of random walk. In Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (Vol. 45, No. 45).

Huang, J. A., & Busemeyer, J. R. A quantum walk framework for multialternative decision making. (2022). International Conference of Cognitive Modeling.

Huang, J., & Terrien, R. (2019, January). Using the I-band Sodium Doublet to Characterize M Dwarfs. In American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts# 233 (Vol. 233, pp. 259-31).

Archived Reviews and Tutorials

Lie Algebra and Particle Physics: Explaining Physical Symmetry with Group Theory. 

Review: Models of Human Probability Judgment Errors. 


*The reviews and tutorials are not published and feel free to contact me if you spot any mistake.