taehol [at] vt [dot] edu
Tae-Ho Lee is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Virginia Tech. He received his Ph.D. in Brain Cognitive Science in the Department of Psychology from University of Southern California and M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Korea University. His research focuses on what and how neural developments occur during the adolescence with the consideration of significant others’ neural level influence in the brain. He has published several papers about neural level concordance between parents and their children, and how such neural similarity confers a benefit for developing children.
Sean Dongha Lee
Sean is the-most-eligible-pilot-participant in the lab. He is always ready to be the first participant for any studies in the lab (as long as his mom allows it). He is a student in elementary school and received his kindergarten degree from McKinley School in Pasadena, California. He is now pursuing a YOLO life. His favorite book series is “Weird-but-True”.