Pei-Chun Tsai

Max Planck UCL Centre for Computational Psychiatry and Ageing Research

Curriculum Vitae

  • BMD, Chang Gung University
  • PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience, 2023, University College London

Research interests

  • Understanding mechanisms underlying the effects of aging and neurological diseases
  • Using neurocomputational analysis and reinforcement learning to investigate human behaviour

Selected publications

Tsai, P.-C., Sachdeva, C., Gilbert, S. J., & Scarampi, C. (2023). An investigation of the saving-enhanced memory effect: The role of test order and list saving. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 37(4), 736–748.

Tsai, P.-C., Scarampi, C., Kliegel, M., & Gilbert, S. J. (2023). Optimal cognitive offloading: Increased reminder usage but reduced proreminder bias in older adults. Psychology and Aging. Advance online publication.

Gilbert, S. J., Boldt, A., Sachdeva, C., Scarampi, C., & Tsai, P.-C. (2023). Outsourcing memory to external tools: A review of ‘Intention Offloading’. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 30(1), 60–76.

Gilbert, S. J., Bird, A., Carpenter, J. M., Fleming, S. M., Sachdeva, C., & Tsai, P.-C. (2020). Optimal use of reminders: Metacognition, effort, and cognitive offloading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 149(3), 501–517.

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