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    LI Xiaowei Assistant Professor
    Institute of Early Childhood Education
    Address:19 Xinjiekouwai Street, Haidian, Beijing 100875, P.R.China



    Department of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley, U.S. 2009-2010, Joint Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology


    School of Psychology, Beijing Normal University, Beijing. 2006-2011, Ph.D. in Development and Educational Psychology


    School of Psychology, Beijing Normal University, Beijing. 2002-2006, B. S. in Applied Psychology



    National Social Science Foundation (China): Parents-Grandparents Co-parenting in Urban China and its Relationship with Children's Adjustment. 2015-2018.


    Humanities and Social Sciences Research Base of Ministry of Education (China): Protective and risk factors of school readiness for preschool children. 2012-2015


    Department of Teacher Work of Ministry of Education: Preschool teacher establishment standard. Principal Investigator: Prof. Liu Yan, 2012



    Li, X., Zhou, Q., & Hou, K. (2015). Marital conflict of Chinese American immigrant couples: a mediator of socioeconomic incorporation and children's behavioral problems. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 24(12), 3816-3826. SSCI

    Liu, Y., Li, X.*, Chen, L., & Qu, Z. (2015). Perceived positive teacher-student relationship as a protective factor for Chinese left-behind children’s emotional and behavioral adjustment. International Journal of Psychology, 50(5): 354-362. SSCI. Corresponding Author.

    Li, X.(2015). A longitudinal study of parent involvement and preschool chidlren's social competence. Studies in Early Childhood Education, 6, 40-47.

    Li, X., Liu, Y., Zeng, R., & Wang, Y. (2015). Non-cognitive factors' effect on individual creativity. Journal of Beijing Normal University, 2, 50-62.

    Li, X., Zou, H., Liu, Y., & Zhou, Q. (2014). The relationships of family socioeconomic status, parent–adolescent conflict, and filial piety to adolescents’ family functioning in mainland China. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 23(1), 29-38. SSCI.

    Li, X. (2014). Different informants over rating of 3-6 years old children's effort control. Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 22(1), 92-95. CSSCI.

    Zhou, Q., Tao, A., Chen, S., Main, A., Lee, E., Ly, J., Hua, M., & Li, X. (2012). Asset and protective factors for Asian American children’s mental health adjustment. Child Development Perspectives, 6(3), 312-319.SSCI.

    Li, X. (2013). Preschool children's school readiness: Risk and protective factors. Chinese Journal of Special Education, 10, 65-71.

    Li, X. (2012). Perspective and coping strategies of children’s mental and behavioral problems. Teacher’s Journal, 7, 78-80.

    Li, X., Zou, H., & Zhang, W. (2012). An Investigation of parental educational expectation to Kindergarten. Early Childhood Education, 5, 8-9. (CSSCI)

    Li, X., Zhou, Q., Zou, H., Hu, C., & Wolchik. S. (2012). New Beginnings Program: An evidence-based parent training program for preventing mental health problems in children from divorced families. Chinese’s Journal of Special Education, 2, 57-62. (CSSCI)

    Zou, H., Li, X., & Zhang, W. (2010). The characteristics of adolescents' family relationship and its effect on adolescents' social adjustment. Psychological Science, 33(5), 1136-1141. (CSSCI)

    Li, X., Liu, Y., & Qu, Z. (2010). The family ecosystems of different kinds of rural children and its influences on children’s self-esteem. Chinese of Journal Clinical Psychology, 17(2), 241-246. (CSSCI)

    Li, X., Zou, H., & Wang, L. (2009). A comparative study on school adjustment between migrant children in public school and migrant worker children’s school. Chinese’s Journal of Special Education, 9, 81-86. (CSSCI)

    Li, X., Zou, H., Jin, C., & Ke, R. (2008). The Relations among problem behaviors, personalities and family functioning of migrant children. Psychological Development and Education, 24(2), 54-59. (CSSCI)

    Li, X., Zou, H., & Qu, K. (2008). The classification of social adjustment for adolescents. Chinese of Journal Clinical Psychology, 15(6), 566-568. (CSSCI)

    Li, X., Zou, H., Zhang, J., & Yang, Y. (2008). Qualitative study on the generating mechanism of migrant children’s perception of discrimination: from a social comparison’s perspective. Psychological Research, 1(2), 66-70.

    Li, X., Hu, X., Wang, P., Zhao, J., Huang, J., & Liu, L. (2006). The influence of interpersonal relations on attribution and willingness for help. China Journal of Health Psychology, 14(1), 7-10.


    FULL CV: LIXiaowei_CV20160229.pdf