Li-Ang Chang is currently a PhD candidate at CREED under the supervision of Prof. Jan Engelmann. Previously, he acquired his MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience at National Central University in Taiwan. He uses an interdisciplinary approach that combines Behavioral Economics and Social Neuroscience (fMRI) to investigate how aversive emotions (anxiety / stress) impact the neural signature of mentalizing, and also the relationship between emotions and inter-personal economic decision-making (such as trust and betrayal).