xingshan li

Personal Details

Xingshan Li

Professor

Institute of Psychology Chinese Academy of Sciences

Email: lixs@psych.ac.cn
Phone: 86-10-6787-6719

Vitae: Curriculum Vitae​​

Website: http://eyemind.psych.ac.cn/

Profiles

Education
2005-2007 Ph. D.  University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Psychology
2003-2005 M.S.  University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Psychology
1999-2002 M.E.  Southeast University, China, Biomedical Engineering.
1988-1992 B.E.  University of Electronic Science and Technology, China
Major: Electronic Engineering, Minor: Computer Science.

Teaching Experience
2004 Spring, Teaching assistant for Cognitive Psychology.
2003 Fall, Teaching assistant for Introductory Psychology.

Research Experience
2007-2009 Postdoc research association, Department of Psychology, Vanderbilt University, working with Gordon Logan.
2006-2007 Research Assistant, Visual Attention and Cognition Lab, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Working for a project from Office of Homeland Security.
2004-2005 Research Assistant, Eye Tracking Lab, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Working for a project from Microsoft.
2002-2003 Research assistant, Department of Psychology, University of Southampton (UK), Professor K. Cave.
1999-2002 Research assistant, Biocomputing and Machine Intelligence Lab, Southeast University.
1992-1999 Software Engineer, Research & Development Center, Huaguang Communication Equipment Co., Ltd, China

Honors:
2002-2003 Overseas Research Students Awards, Universities UK

2011 Best Article Award of Psychonomics Society.

2010 Hundred talent program of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Programming Skills
C++, C, Matlab

Members
Association for Psychological Science (APS).
Vision Science Society (VSS).
Psychonomics Society (associate member)

Ad Hoc Journal Reviewer
Acta Psychologica
Attention, Perception & & Psychophysics
Behavior Research Method
Brain and Language
Brain Research
Cognition
Cognitive Psychology
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition
Journal of Memory and Language
Journal of Research in Reading
Memory & Cognition
Neuropsychologia
Plos One
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Psychological Review
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology
Reading and Writing
Visual Cognition
Vision Research

Research Interest

Chinese reading ; Eye movement control ; Scene perception

Publications

Peer-review papers in English

Lin, N., Wang, X., Xu, Y., Wang, X., Hua, H., Zhao, Y., & Li, X. (in press). Fine Subdivisions of the Semantic Network Supporting Social and Sensory–Motor Semantic Processing. Cerebral Cortex.

Shen, W., Qu, Q., Ni, A., Zhou, J., & Li, X. (2017). The time course of morphological processing during spoken word recognition in Chinese. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 1-7. doi:10.3758/s13423-017-1274-z.

Shen, W., Li, X., & Pollatsek, A. (2016). The processing of Chinese compound words with ambiguous morphemes in sentence context. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1-10. doi:10.1080/17470218.2016.1270975.

Lou, Y., Liu, Y., Kaakinen, J. K , & Li, X. (2016). Using support vector machines to identify literacy skills: Evidence from eye movements. Behavior Research Methods. doi: 10.3758/s13428-016-0748-7

Ma, G., Pollatsek, A., Li, Y., & Li, X. (2017). Chinese readers can perceive a word even when it’s composed of noncontiguous characters. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 43(1), 158-166. doi:10.1037/xlm0000298.

Shen, W., Qu, Q., & Li, X. (2016). Semantic information mediates visual attention during spoken word recognition in Chinese: Evidence from the printed-word version of visual-world paradigm. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 78: 1267-1284. doi:10.3758/s13414-016-1081-z.

Zhou, L., Zhang, Y., Wang, Z., Rao, L., Wang, W., Li, S., Li, X., Liang, Z. (2016). A Scanpath Analysis of the Risky Decision-Making Process. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 29, 169-182. 

Liu, Y., Reichle, E. & Li, X. (2016). The effect of word frequency and parafoveal preview on saccade length during the reading of Chinese. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/xhp0000190.

Qu, Q., Damian, M. F., & Li, X. (2016). Phonology contributes to writing: evidence from a masked priming task. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience31(2), 251-264

Lin, N., Wang, X., Zhao, Y., Liu, Y., Li, X., & Bi, Y. (2015). Premotor cortex activation elicited during word comprehension relies on access of specific action concepts. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 27, 2051-2062.

Luo, C., Dell’Acqua, R., Proctor, R. W., & Li, X. (2015). Lack of visual field asymmetries for spatial cueing in reading parafoveal Chinese characters.Psychonomic Bulletin & Review22(6), 1764-1769.

Ma, G., Li, X., & Rayner, K. (2015). Readers extract character frequency information from nonfixated-target word at long pre-target fixations during Chinese reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 41, 1409-1419.

Ma G, & Li X.(2015).How character complexity modulates eye movement control in Chinese reading. Reading and Writing, 2015, 28(6): 747-761.

Ma, G., Li, X., & Pollatsek, A. (in press). There is no relationship between the preferred viewing location and word segmentation in Chinese reading. Visual Cognition, 23, 399-414. doi: 10.1080/13506285.2014.1002554.

Lin, N., Bi, Y., Zhao, Y., Luo, C., & Li, X. (2015). The theory-of-mind network in support of action verb comprehension: Evidence from an fMRI study. Brain and Language141, 1-10.

Liu, Y., Reichle, E.D., & Li, X. (2015). Parafoveal processing affects outgoing saccade length during the reading of Chinese. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 41, 1229-1236.

Li, X., Liu, P., & Rayner. (2015). Saccade target selection in Chinese reading. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 22(2), 524-530

Li, X., Liu, P., & Rayner. (2015). Saccade target selection in Chinese reading. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 22(2), 524-530

Gu, J., Li, X., & Liversedge, S.P. (2015). Character order processing in Chinese reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance.41(1), 127-137

Liu, P., Li, X., & Han, B. (2015). Additive effects of stimulus quality and word frequency on eye movements during Chinese reading. Reading and Writing, 28,199-215.

Gu, J., & Li, X. (2015). The effects of character transposition within and across words in Chinese reading. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 77, 272-281.

Liu, P.,Li, W., Han, B., & Li, X. (2014). Effects of anomalous characters and small stroke omissions on eye movements during the reading of Chinese sentences. Ergonomics. 57, 1659-1669.

Luo, C., Proctor, R. W., Weng, X., & Li, X. (2014). Spatial Stroop interference occurs in the processing of radicals of ideogrammic compounds. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 21, 715-720.

Ma, G., Li, X., & Rayner, K. (2014). Word segmentation of overlapping ambiguous strings during Chinese reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. 40, 1046-1059.

Li. X., Bicknell, K., Liu, P., Wei, W., & Rayner, K. (2014). Reading is fundamentally similar across disparate writing systems: A systematic characterization of how words and characters influence eye movements in Chinese reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.143, 895-913.

Liu, P. & Li, X. (2014). Inserting Spaces Before and After Words Affect Word Processing Differently: Evidence from Eye Movements. British Journal of Psychology.105, 57–68

Su, Y., Rao, L., Sun, H., Du, X., Li, X., Li, S. (2013). Is making a risky choice based on a weighting and adding process? An eye-tracking investigation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition. 39(6), 1765-1780,doi: 10.1037/a0032861

Li, X. S., Gu, J. J., Liu, P. P., & Rayner, K.(2013). The advantage of word-based processing in Chinese reading: Evidence from eye movements.Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.39(3),879-889.doi: 10.1037/a0030337

Du F, Qi Y, Li X, Zhang K (2013) Dual Processes of Oculomotor Capture by Abrupt Onset: Rapid Involuntary Capture and Sluggish Voluntary Prioritization. PLoS ONE 8(11): e80678.

Li, X., & Shen, W. (2013). Joint effect of insertion of spaces and word length in saccade target selection in Chinese reading. Journal of Research in Reading.36, S64-S77. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9817.2012.01552.x

Wei, W.,Li, X., & Pollatsek, A. (2013). Properties of fixated words affect outgoing saccade length in Chinese reading. Vision Research.80,1-6. doi: 10.1016/j.visres.2012.11.015

Liu, P. & Li, X. (2013). Optimal viewing position effects in the processing of isolated Chinese words.Vision Research.81,45-57

Liu P-P, Li W-J, Lin N, Li X-S (2013) Do Chinese Readers Follow the National Standard Rules for Word Segmentation during Reading? PLoS ONE 8(2): e55440. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0055440

Menneer, T., Stroud, M.J., Cave, K. R., Li, X. S.., Hayward J. Godwin, H. J., Liversedge, S. P. & Donnelly, N. (2012). Search for Two Categories of Target Produces Fewer Fixations to Target-color Items. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied.18(4),404-418

Li X, Ma G (2012) Word Boundaries Affect Visual Attention in Chinese Reading. PLoS ONE 7(11): e48905. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0048905

Chen L, Li X, Yang Y. (2012). Focus, Newness and Their Combination: Processing of Information Structure in Discourse. PLoS ONE 7(8): e42533.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0042533.

Su, Y.,  Rao, L. L.,  Li , X. S., Wang, Y. & Li, S. (2012). From Quality to Quantity: The Role of Common Features in Consumer Preference. Journal of Economic Psychology.33,1043-1058.

Li, X. S., Zhao, W. C., & Pollatsek, A. (2012). Dividing lines at the word boundary position helps reading in Chinese.Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.19,929-934, DOI 10.3758/s13423-012-0270-6

Li, X. S., Liu, P. P., & Rayner, K. (2011). Eye movement guidance in Chinese reading: Is there a preferred viewing location? Vision Research,51,1146-1156.

Li, X. S., & Pollatsek, A. (2011). Word knowledge influences character perception. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 18(5), 833-839.

Li, X. S., Logan, G.D., Zbrodoff, N. J. (2010). Where do we look when we count? The role of eye movements in enumeration. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 72, 409-426.

Li, X.S., Rayner, K., & Cave, K. (2009). On the segmentation of Chinese words during reading. Cognitive Psychology, 58, 525-552.

Li, X.S., & Logan, G. D. (2008). Object-based attention in Chinese readers of Chinese words: Beyond Gestalt principles. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 15, 945-949. (see Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 2009, 71(1), 3 for an introduction of this work.)

Evans, K., Rotello, C.M., Li, X.S., &  Rayner, K. (2009). Scene perception and memory revealed by eye movements and ROC analyses: Does a cultural difference truly exist? Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62(2), 276-85.

Li, X.S., Cave, K.R., & Wolfe, JM. (2008). Kanizsa-type subjective contours do not guide attentional deployment in visual but line termination contours do. Perception & Psychophysics, 70, 477-488.  

Li, X.S., Rayner, K., Williams, C.C., Cave, K.R., & Well, A.D. (2007).  Eye movements and individual differences.  Visual Cognition. 15(1),105-108.

Rayner, K., Li, X.S., & Pollatsek. A. (2007). Extending the E-Z Reader model of eye movement control to Chinese reading. Cognitive Science, 31, 1021-1033.

Rayner, K., Li, X.S., Williams C.C., Cave, K. R., & Well, A.D. (2007). Eye movements during information processing tasks: Individual differences and cultural effects. Vision Research, 47, 2714-2726.

Rayner, K., Li, X.S., Juhasz, B.J., & Yan, G. (2005). The effect of word predictability on the eye movements of Chinese readers. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 12(6), 1089-1096.

Peer-review papers in Chinese

Hua, H., Gu, J., Lin, N., & Li, X. (2017). Letter/character position encoding in visual word recognition. Advances in Psychological Science, 25(6), 1-7. doi:10.3724/SP.J.1042.2017.001.

Li, Y., Huang, R., Hua, H., & Li, X. (2017). How do readers select the saccade targets. Advances in Psychological Science, 25(3), 404-412. doi:10.3724/SP.J.1042.2017.00404.

Wei, Z. & Li, X. (2015). Decision process tracing: Evidence from eye-movement Data. Advances in Psychological Science,23, 2029-2041.

Fang,F.,Jiang,Y.,Li,X.S.,Liu,X.,Yang,J.,& Zhou,W.(2012).Cognitive
Psychology: A Discipline Investigating Human Intelligence.
Behavior.Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences.27.supplementary
issue.13-21.

Shen, W. & Li, X. (2012). The uniqueness of word superiority effect in Chinese reading.Chinese Science Bulletin.57(35).3414-3420.

Ma, G. J., & Li, X. S. (2012). Attention allocation during reading: sequential or parallel. Advances in Psychological Science.20(11).1755–1767.

Liu,X.,Wu,Y.H.,Li,X.S.,Jiang,Y.,Zhou,W.,& Fang,F.(2011).Cognitive
Psychology:Foundations for Understanding Brain, Mind, and Behavior.Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences.26(6),620-629.

Li, X. S., Liu, P. P.& Ma, G. J. (2011). Advances in cognitive mechanisms of word segmentation during chinese reading. Advances in Psychological Science, 19(4), 459-470

Li, X.S., Sun, X., & Yuan, C. W. (2002). Automatic Gene Chip Image Grid Localization Using Genetic Algorithm (in Chinese). Acta Biophysica Sinica, 18, 223-226.

Book Chapters

Li, X., Zang, C., Liversedge, S.P., & Pollatsek, A. (2015). The Role of Words in Chinese Reading. In A. Pollatsek, & T. Rebecca (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Reading. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199324576.013.14

Li, X.S., Rayner, K., Williams, C.C., Cave, K.R., & Well, A.D. (2008).  How stable are eye movements across different cognitive activities? In K.Rayner, D. Shem, X. Bai, & G. Yan (Eds). Cognitive and Cultural Influences on Eye Movements. Tianjin People's Press/Psychology Press.

Rayner, K., Li, X.S., & Pollatsek, A. (2008). Simulating the eye movements of Chinese readers. In K.Rayner, D. Shem, X. Bai, & G. Yan (Eds). Cognitive and Cultural Influences on Eye Movements. Tianjin People's Press/Psychology Press.

Cave, K.R.,Cohen, A., Rotello, C., McCaffrey, A., Zeng, M., Li, X.S., Zivot, M., Chang, K., & Ross, M. (2008). Using eye movements to understand complex visual comparisons.  In K.Rayner, D. Shem, X. Bai, & G. Yan (Eds). Cognitive and Cultural Influences on Eye Movements. Tianjin People's Press/Psychology Press.

Li, X.S., & Yuan, C.W. (2001), Object Detection Simulating Visual Attention. In Active Media Technology. Liu J., Yuen, P.C., Li C.H., Ng, J., & Ishida (Eds), 2001: 199-204. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg

Conference Presentations

Li, X. (2014). Where do Chinese readers move their eyes during reading? Psychonomic Society Annual Scientific Meeting, Long Beach, CA, USA. (talk).

Li, X. (2014). Saccade target selection strategy during Chinese reading. The 6th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Beijing, China. (invited speaker).

Ma, G. Li, X. (2014). The null relationship between preferred viewing location and word segmentation in Chinese reading. The 6th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Beijing, China. (talk).

Liu, Y. & Li, X. (2014). Parafoveal processing affects outgoing saccade length during Chinese reading. The 6th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Beijing, China. (talk).

Qu, Q., Wei, W. & Li, X. (2014). Eye movements during written word production. The 6th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Beijing, China. (talk).

Liu, P., & Li, X. (2014). Effects of typographical errors on forward saccade targeting during Chinese reading. The 6th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Beijing, China. (talk).

Li, S., Zhou, L., Liang, Z., & Li, X. (2014).  Process test of risky decision making: Evidence from eye tracking. The 6th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Beijing, China. (talk).

Gu, J. and Li, X. (2014): Character order encoding within and across words in Chinese reading. The 6th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Beijing, China. (talk).

Shen, W. & Li, X. (2014). Similar mental representation for homonymy and polysemy - Evidence from Chinese ambiguous words The 6th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Beijing, China. (poster).

Chen, L., Li, X. & Yang, Y (2014). The impact of linguistic cues on sentence integration. The 6th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Beijing, China. (poster).

Wang, Y., Cohen, A., & Li, X. (2014). Risk Perception and Decision with Real Money in U.S. and China with Eye-Tracking. The 6th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Beijing, China. (talk).

Lou, Y. & Li, X. (2014). Eye movements reflect reading comprehension skill in Chinese reading. The 6th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Beijing, China. (poster).

Li, X. (2013). Processing based eye movement strategy in Chinese reading. 17th European Conference on Eye Movements. Lund, Sweden. (talk)

Gu, J. & Li, X. (2013). Character position encoding in Chinese reading. 17th European Conference on Eye Movements. Lund, Sweden. (talk)

Ma, G. & Li, X. (2013). Two stages of processing during the segmentation of overlapping ambiguous strings in Chinese reading. 17th European Conference on Eye Movements. Lund, Sweden. (poster)

Li, X. (2013). Word segmentation in Chinese reading.  Workshop “Recent Progress in the computational modelling of Chinese reading”.  Maynooth, Ireland. (invited speaker).

Li, X., Gu, J. & Liu, P. (2012). Advantage of word-based processing in Chinese reading: Evidence form eye movements. The 5th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Dalian, China.

Ma, G. & Li, X. (2012). Word frequency affects the segmentation of spatially ambiguous words during Chinese reading. The 5th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Dalian, China. (talk)

Wei, W. & Li, X. (2012). Properties of fixated words affect outgoing saccade length in Chinese Reading. The 5th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Dalian, China.   (talk)

Liu, P. & Li, X. (2012). Eye movement control during Chinese reading: effects of working memory load and word frequency. The 5th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Dalian, China.(poster).

Gu, J.& Li, X. (2012). Transposed-character effects in Chinese reading. The 5th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Dalian, China. (poster)

Shen, W. & Li, X. (2012). Does inter-word space affect saccade target selection in Chinese reading? The 5th Chinese International Conference on Eye Movements, Dalian, China. (poster).

Li, X. S., Gu, J. J., Liu, P. P., & Rayner, K.(2012). The Psychological Reality of Words in Chinese Reading: Evidence From Eye Movements.Poster presented at 53th Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis, MN.(poster)

Li, X. (2011). Visual attention deployment in Chinese reading. OPAM. 2011-11-3. (poster)

Li, X. (2011). The mechanism of word segmentation during Chinese reading. Chinese language processing symposium. Beijing. 2011-4-22. (talk)

Li, X. (2011). Attentional Deployment in Chinese Reading, Cognitive Science Beijing Symposium, Beijing. 2011-6-17. (talk)

Li, X. S., Liu, P. P., Rayner, K.(2010). Eye guidance in Chinese reading. Poster presented at 51th Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, St. Louis, Mo. (poster)

Li, X.S. (2009). Word knowledge influences character perception sensitivity. Psychonomics Society Meeting, Boston, MA.  (poster) pdf

Tamaryn Menneer, Xingshan Li, Michael J. Stroud, Colleen A. Butler, Kyle R. Cave, & Nick Donnelly (2008) Visual search for two categorical targets: Eye-movements reveal a reduction in guidance. 25th Anniversary BPS Cognitive Section Conference. Southampton, UK. (talk)

Li, X. S. & Logan, G. D. (2008). How does word knowledge influence whole report? Psychonomics Society Meeting, Chicago, IL.  (talk)

Li,X.S. & Logan, G.D. (2008). Object-based attention: Beyond Gestalt principles. VSS. Naples, Florida. (talk)

Chang, K., Rottllo, C., Li, X.S. & Rayner, K (2008). Scene perception and memory revealed by eye movements and ROC analysis: Does a cultural difference truly exist? VSS. Naples, Florida. (poster)

Menneer, T., Li, X.S., Stroud, M., Butler, C., Cave, K., Nick, D. (2008). The effect of practive on top-down guidance in visual search for two types of complex target: Evidence from eye movements. VSS. Naples, Florida. (poster)

Li, X.S., Rayner, K., & Cave, K.R. (2007). The influence of object segmentation on perception. Poster to be presented at OPAM, Long Beach, November 15, 2007. (poster)

Li, X. S., Cave, K.R., & Rayner, K. (2007). Differences between covert attention and eye movements in top-down and bottom-up interaction. Talk to be presented at Psychnomics meeting, Long Beach, November, 16, 2007. (talk)

Li, X.S., & Cave, K.R. (2006). Separate attention control system for the top-down and bottom-up factors. Talk presentation at Psychnomics meeting, Houston, November, 2006. (talk)

Li, X.S., Rayner, K., Williams, C.C., Cave, K.R., & Well, A.D. (2006).  Eye movements and individual differences. Talk presentation at OPAM meeting, Houston, November, 2006. (talk)

Li, X.S., Rayner, K.,  Williams C.C., Cave, K. R., & Well, A.D (2006). Eye movement differences between Chinese and English speakers. Talk presented at the Second Chinese Conference on Eye Movements, Tianjin, China, June, 2006. (talk)

Cave, K.R.,Cohen, A., Rotello, C., McCaffrey, A., Zeng, M., Li, X.S., Zivot, M., Chang, K., & Ross, M. (June, 2006). Using eye movements to understand complex visual comparisons. Second China International Conference on Eye Movements. Tianjin, China, June, 2006. (talk)

Rayner K., Li, X.S, & Pollatsek. A.. (2006). Extending the E-Z reader model to Chinese. Talk presented at the Second Chinese Conference on Eye Movements. Tianjin, China, June, 2006. (talk)

Rayner K., & Li, X.S. (2005). Eye movements when reading Chinese. Talk presented at the Conference on Processing of Asian Languages, Hong Kong, December, 2005. (talk)

Li, X.S., Rayner, K., Williams C.C., Cave, K. R., & Well, A.D (2005). Eye Movement Differences of between Chinese reader and English reader. Talk presented at the Conference on Processing of Asian Languages, Hong Kong,  December, 2005. (talk)

Li, X.S., Rayner, K.,  Williams C.C., Cave, K. R., & Well, A.D (2005). Eye movement differences in picture processing and reading – Chinese reader vs. English reader. Talk presented at the 13th European Conference on Eye Movements, Bern, Switzerland, August, 2005. (talk)

Li, X.S., & Cave, K.R. (2004). Is subjective contour perception preattentive?  Poster presentation at OPAM 2004, Minneapolis, MN, USA. Abstract can be found at Li, XS, Cave K. (2004) Is subjective contour perception preattentive?  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY 39 (5-6): 541-541 Suppl. S OCT-DEC 2004. (poster)

Invited talks (lectures)

2014.12.10 Beijing Language and Culture University, Center for Studies of Chinese as a Second Language

2014.10.20 Nanjing Normal University, Department of Psychology

2014.10.13 Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

2014.9.9 University of Potsdam, Department of Psychology

2014.9.10 University of Hamburg, Department of Informatics

2014.8.20 Shanghai Normal University, Department of Linguistics

2013.12.14 Beijing Normal University, National Key Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning

2013.10.28 University of Southampton, School of Psychology

2013.10 Beijing Normal University, Department of Psychology

2013.9.4 Tsinghua University, Department of Computer Science

2013.4.2 Tianjin Normal University, School of Psychology and Behavior

2012.3. South University of Science and Technology of China

2011. Capital Normal University, Department of Psychology

2009.4.20 Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Science

2009.4 Peking University, Department of Psychology

2007.5 The Johns Hopkins University, Department of Psychology

2007.5 Columbia University, Department of Psychology

2007.6 Vanderbilt University, Department of Psychology

Student supervised:

2013 Pingping Liu (Doctor)

2014 Junjuan Gu (Doctor)

Awards won by supervised students

2013 Pingping Liu, Director’s Award, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

2013 Pingping Liu, Excellent graduate award, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

2014 Guojie Ma, National Scholarship for Graduate Students, Ministry of Education of China

2014 Pingping Liu, Best Dissertation Award, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Email: lixs at psych.ac.cn Tel: 86-10-6487-6719