2015 ARESTY RESEARCH FELLOW
Yubei Tang is a rising senior at Rutgers, currently studying mechanical engineering with a minor in math. Yubei started in the lab as a volunteer and has continued as a 2014 Aresty student. This summer she is an REU fellow at Louisiana State University.
Her research focuses on using mobile application reminders to integrate memory cues in order to improve health decision making and medication adherence. In her free time, she enjoys swimming, hiking, and gardening. After graduation, she wants to buy an RV and drive around North America for a year. Then she plans to go to graduate school in order to pursue research in cognitive science or robotics.
Papers in refereed conference proceedings
Robbins, T., Hemmer, P., & Tang, Y. (in press). Bayesian Updating: A Framework for Understanding Medical Decision Making. Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Quebec City, Canada: Cognitive Science Society.
Presentations at conferences and meetings
Tang, Y., Robbins, T., & Hemmer, P. (2015). “Role of Mobile App Reminders in Prompting Memory Strategies in Medication Adherence”. Poster presented at 11th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, Rutgers University, New Brunswick NJ.