Sang Ho Lee is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the CCS lab (Sep 2021-Present). He received his B.A. in Psychology & Economics and M.A. in Psychology from Korea University, and then received M.S. in Applied Statistics and PhD in Psychology (degree pending Dec 2021) from the Ohio State University. During his doctoral years, he explored individual differences in cognitive abilities (e.g., selective attention, numerical cognition) using computational modeling and machine learning techniques. He is broadly interested in assessment and training of cognitive abilities and exploring cognitive mechanisms underlying individual differences. In the CCS lab, he is willing to hone his skills in computational modeling and machine learning and learn new research techniques that could improve exploration of individual differences in human behavior and cognition.