Master’s Student at Social Justice Neuroscience and Psychology Lab
Bachelor of Science, Psychology
Summer School Program, Social Psychology & Music
AWARDS & HONORS
• Process fMRI data including spatial and temporal pre-processing, subject-level and group-level statistical analysis, and Region of Interest (ROI) analyses
• Conduct fMRI experiments
• Instructor: Dr. HU Zhiguo
• Apply various research methods, including questionnaire approach and qualitative interview, along with statistical analysis practice with SPSS, AMOS
• Synthesize 96 papers on medical students’ emotion regulation, empathy and communication skills, and generate literature reviews
• Grant from Medical School, Fudan University
• Advisor: Dr. GAO Jun
• Write literature reviews, design experiments and develop surveys, and analyse data
• Examine the effects of childhood subjective social & political status (SES) on depression in college, and whether the effect would be mediated by peer attachment, while results showing that avoidant attachment type can mediate the negative effect childhood SES has on depression in college
• Grant from Department of Psychology, Fudan University
• Advisor: Dr. LI Xiaoru
• Addressed lectures to freshmen in Fudan University
• Composed literature reviews and designed advertising leaflets
• Assisted American students to master mandarin and understand Chinese culture
• Guided advanced senior high students through college entrance interviews
Kadison, R., & DiGeronimo, T. F. (2004). Chapter 4 (pp.89-152) & 7 (pp.223-248). College of the overwhelmed: The campus mental health crisis and what to do about it. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Cooperating Division: Student Affairs, Fudan University, Shanghai, China
Qu, W. & Gao, J. [Under Review] Assessment and Training of Communication Skills in Clinical Context.
Qu, W., Wang, J. Y., Huang, J. Y., & Li, X. R. [Under Review] Can “Bad” Childhood Memory Affects Depression in College? Popular Psychology.
Qu, W. [Under Review] Handbook for Success Formula — Take the Construction of Self-Concept in Career Counseling as an Example. Popular Psychology.
Qu, W. [Under Review] Why is my staff leaving? —Practical Application of the Minnesota Theory of Work Adjustment. Popular Psychology.
• Held international cultural festivals to build bridges between Chinese and international students, academically and socially
• Led the team to hold academic lectures in all kinds of academic areas
• Propagandized events on World AIDS Day
• Applied psychometrics/qualitative means to help detect potential mal-adaptive freshmen
• Assisted party branch to organize activities and recruit participants
• Volunteered at nursing houses in neighborhood
• Engaged in regular collaboration with executives from various cultures
• Rearranged merits and personnel system, handled administrative work and translations
• Analyzed data of daily media traffic on target online platforms for clients’ publicity
• Assisted projects, including media communication and drafting press releases
LANGUAGE / PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
English: TOEFL: 116/120 (Reading: 30, Listening: 29, Speaking: 28, Writing: 29)
Software: SPSS, AMOS, R, SPM, E-prime
Programming: VB, Matlab
Methods: experiment design, qualitative interviews, eye-tracking, EGG, fMRI