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    WANG Naiyi Lecturer
    Institute of Educational Psychology and School Counseling
    Email:vicky332211@hotmail.com
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    EDUCATION & AWARDS
    Sept 1997– July 2001 Undergraduate Study of "Basic Psychology" at Department of Psychology, Southwest University, Chongqing 400715, China. (Bachelor’s Degree in Basic Psychology)
    Sept 2001 – July 2004 Graduate Study of "Developmental and Educational Psychology" at School of Psychology, Southwest University, Chongqing 400715, China. (Master’s Degree in Developmental and Educational Psychology)
    Sept 2004- Oct 2005 Assistant at School of Fine Arts, Southwest University, Chongqing 400715, China (Teaching “Art Psychology”).
    Sept 2004- Dec 2008 PhD student of “Developmental and Educational Psychology" at School of Psychology, Southwest University, Chongqing 400715, China. (Doctor’s Degree in Developmental and Educational Psychology)
    Oct 2005 – Mar 2008 PhD Study at Department of Neuropsychology, Max Plank Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, 04103 Leipzig, Germany.
    Mar 2009- Present Lecturer at Institute of Educational Psychology and School Counseling, Faculty of Education, Beijing Normal University.

    2003,2004 Scholarships for Outstanding Graduates of Southwest Normal University, Chongqing, China.
    2003 1st Rank Prize for Excellent Graduate Research Productions of Southwest China Normal University (Part 3: Development and Education of Children’s musicality. In: Li H, etc. (Eds.). Aesthetical Psychology and Education of Children and Juvenile. Chongqing: Southwest China Normal University Press)
    2004 Excellent Graduate Dissertation of Southwest China Normal University (Thesis: The Relationship between Children’s Ability to Alternative Naming and Understanding False Belief)
    2009 Science and Technology Advancement Award of Jiangsu Province, Second Class (江苏省科技进步二等奖) (Project: Studies on neural mechanisms of higher cognitive functions and clinical application)

    MAIN RESEARCH INTREST
    My main research interest lies in two topics. One is the neural mechanisms of structural processing in arithmetic sequences, as well as its relation with the syntactic processing in linguistic sentences. The other is the neural correlates of aesthetic processing of Chinese arts. The main research methods include behavioral and event-related potentials (ERPs) experiments.

    SELECTED RESEARCH PROJECTS
    Jan 2010 - Dec 2010. PI. Neural correlates of structural processing of arithmetic expressions. The Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities. RMB 20,000.
    May 2012 – June 2014. Co-PI. Researches on Cognitive effects of Heng Yuanxiang trademarks and advertisements (恒源祥商标、广告的认知效应研究). Funded by Heng Yuanxiang (Group) Company Limited. RMB 50,000

    SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
    Journal Articles
    1. Feng CL, Wang LL, Wang NY*, Zhu XR, Gu RL, Luo Y, Gan T, Luo YJ. The Time Course of Implicit Processing of Erotic Pictures: An Event-Related Potential Study. Brain Research (SCI). In press.
    2. Wu HY, Wang NY*, Luo YJ. (2012). The Progress of Affective Neuroscience and Educational Application. Journal of Educational Studies (CSSCI),4: 48-54.
    3. Zhai XM, Wang NY*, Xiang H. (2011). The application of the "spotlight" in physics teaching. China Educational Technology (CSSCI), 11: 63-66.
    4. Wang NY, Luo YJ, Dong Q. (2010). Neural correlates of aesthetics. Advances in Psychological Science (CSSCI), 18 (1): 19–27.
    5. Luo WB, Feng WF, He WQ, Wang NY, Luo YJ. (2010). Three stages of facial expression processing: ERP study with rapid serial visual presentation. NeuroImage (SCI). 49: 1857-1867.
    6. Feng WF, Luo W, Liao Y, Wang NY, Gan T, Luo YJ. (2009). Human brain responsivity to masked different intensities of fearful eye whites: an ERP study. Brain Research (SCI). 1286: 147-154.
    7. Gan T, Wang NY, Zhang ZJ, Li H, Luo YJ. (2009). Emotional influences on time perception evidence from event-related potentials. NeuroReport (SCI). 20(9):839-843.
    8. Huang M, Wang NY, Luo YJ. (2008). Event-related potentials study on outcome evaluation affected by different intensity of expectation. Chinese Journal of Behavioral Medical Science (CSCD). 17(12): 1112-1114.
    9. Wang NY, Maess B, Li H, Luo YJ. (2007). Executive Inhibition in Mental Arithmetic. Progress in Natural Science, 17 (Special Issue) (SCI): 72-77.
    10. Wang NY, Luo YJ, Li H. (2006). Two Representation Systems of Number. Advances in Psychological Science (CSSCI), 14(4): 610~617.
    11. Chen AT, Wang NY, Li H, Liu Q, Feng TY. (2006). The Time Course and Source Location of Category Induction: Electrophysiological Evidence from ERP. Acta Psychologica Sinica (CSSCI), 38(6): 815~823.
    12. Chen AT, Zhang QL, Wang NY, Qiu J, Li H, Wang XF, Li XJ. (2006). Cognitive Control in Activities of Categorization: An Event-related Potential Study. Progress in Natural Science (CSSCI), 16(11): 1388~1394.
    13. Wang NY, Li H, Gao S. (2004). On the Problem-Solving Framework about Executive Function. Advances in Psychological Science (CSSCI), 5: 706-713.
    14. Li H, Gao S, Wang NY. (2004). A Review on Research Methods of Executive Function. Advances in Psychological Science (CSSCI), 5: 693-705.
    15. Li H, Wang NY. (2004). On the Executive Function and Its Developmental Researches. Psychological Science (CSSCI), 2: 426-430.
    16. Wang NY, Li H. (2003). The Lens Model in Researches of Emotional Communication in Music. Advances in Psychological Science (CSSCI), 6: 505-510.

    Academic Meeting Publications
    1. Wang NY, Luo YJ. (2009) Brain potentials elicited by garden-path arithmetic expressions. The 49th Annual Meeting of Society of Psychphysiological Research. October 21-24, Berlin, Germany.
    2. Wang NY, Maess B, Luo YJ, Friederici AD. (2008) Brain indices of complexity in arithmetic expressions. The 13th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. June 15-19, Melbourne, Australia.
    3. Wang NY, Maess B, Luo YJ, Friederici AD. (2007) Brain potentials to structural reanalysis of arithmetic expressions. The 47 Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, October 17-21, Savannah, Georgia USA. Psychophysiology, 44 (Suppl.), S63.
    4. Wang NY, Maess B, Luo YJ, Fridedrici A D. (2006). Inhibitory executive processes in mental arithmetic. The 1st Conference of Sino-Western Exchanges in Cognitive Neuroscience, October 25-27, Beijing, China. p47.
    5. Wang NY, Mai XQ, Luo YJ. (2006). Effects of subjective certainty on outcome evaluation: an ERP study. The 12th annual meeting of the organization for human brain mapping, June 11-15, Florence, Italy. NeuroImage, 31 (Suppl), S156.
    6. Wang NY, Li H (2005). Children’s Ability of Alternative Naming and Theory of Mind. The 9th National Academic Conference of Developmental Psychology, May 10-13, DaLian, China. p41.
    7. Wang NY, Li H. (2004). The Relation between Children’s Ability of Alternative Naming and Understanding False Belief. Human development, 28th International Congress of Psychology, August 8-13, Beijing, China. p388.

    Chapters in Monographies
    1. Wang NY, Luo YJ. (2006). Chapter 1: Origins and Progresses of Cognitive Neuroscience. In: Luo YJ etc. (Eds.). Cognitive Neuroscience. Beijing: Peking University Press, 3-21.
    2. Wang NY. (2004). Chapter 11: Temperament. In: Li H, Zhang Z M (Eds.). Psychology (21st Century Network Education Textbook). Chongqing: Southwest Normal University Press, 266-285. .
    3. Wang NY, Li H. (2004). Part 3: Development and Education of Children’s Musicality. In: Li H, etc. (Eds.). Aesthetical Psychology and Education of Children and Juvenile. Chongqing: Southwest Normal University Press, 208-236.