The objective of my research is to reveal people’s self-perceptions and attitudes towards themselves utilizing the analysis of spatial processes, and furthermore, to explore the potential of changing such self-perceptions in a more positive direction. It is obvious that this project has potential for interventions applied to people suffering from longer-lasting depressed mood (sub-clinical level), as well as patients suffering from depression or anxiety, or any other negative emotions negative self-perception and negative self-appraisal.
Selected publications (2014 onwards)
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Research topics and related papers
Spatial Process in Changing Self-perception and Chronically Negative Emotions
School of Psychology, Cardiff University (2018-2021)
2011-2015: BSc Applied Psychology, Nanchang University (China)
2015-2017: Master of Applied Psychology, National University of Defense Technology (China)