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I'm interested in the neural basis of cognitive control, selective attention, and human intelligence. Particularly, my study focuses on a distributed multiple-demand network across the frontoparietal brain regions, which is thought to be crucial for human intelligent behaviours because of its incredible function to flexibly and adaptively process task-relevant information. My current projects concurrently combine TMS with fMRI or EEG to causally examine the role of multiple-demand regions in selective attention and cognitive control. Using multivariate analysis of fMRI/EEG, my study aims to examine how task-relevant information is represented and transformed between brain regions.