Shengchuang Feng is a graduate student in Department of Psychology in Virginia Tech’s College of Science and conducts research in the laboratories of Dr. Brooks King-Casas and Dr. Alexei Morozov. Shengchuang joined the labs in 2014, after completing his master's degree in psychology at Peking University. Shengchuang is interested in social cognitive neuroscience and reinforcement learning. He mainly applies computational modelling and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to investigate social and nonsocial reinforcement learning deficits in mental disorders. His current projects include: oxytocin’s effects on reinforcement learning for self and other; social reinforcement learning deficits in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). He would like to delineate similarities and differences in reinforcement learning disturbances across mental disorders.