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杨娟

西南大学心理学部519

重庆市北碚区天生路2号,400715

E-mail: valleyqq@swu.edu.cn

Tel:023-68367697

 

个人简介

杨娟,西南大学心理学部教授,博士生导师。重庆英才·青年拔尖人才,巴渝学者(青年学者)。研究方向为自尊心理学与应激心理学,从脑科学角度分析自尊的认知加工进程,尝试自尊的认知测量和神经标记物测量;结合心理学、生理学和内分泌学探讨应激的个体差异,包括人格因素、背景应激以及早期不良生活经历对应激适应的影响。

 

学习和工作经历

2014-至今  西南大学心理学部,教授(年限破格),博士生导师

2013-2014  北京大学心理学系,高级访问学者(教育部资助)

2011-2014  西南大学心理学部,副教授,硕士生导师

2009-2011  西南大学心理学院,讲师

2008-2009  加拿大麦吉尔大学,联合培养博士(国家留学基金委资助)

2004-2009  西南大学心理学院, 教育学博士学位(硕博连读)

2000-2004  四川师范大学教育科学学院, 教育学学士

 

入选人才与获奖

2020,重庆英才(青年拔尖人才)

2019,巴渝学者(青年学者)

2011,重庆市优秀博士学位论文

2009,重庆市社会科学优秀成果二等奖

2019,重庆市科协优秀学术论文奖

2017,西南大学首届“含弘青年人才”

2016,西南大学首届“科技新星”

2014,北京大学访问学者科研成果奖

 

社会兼职

中国心理学会行为与健康分会,理事

重庆市心理学会健康心理专委会,主任

重庆市社会心理学会理事

国家自然科学基金通讯评审专家

波兰国家科学中心通讯评审专家

心理学报,心理科学,Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, Health Psychology Review等专业核心期刊和重要期刊的审稿人。

 

研究项目(国家级及省部级)

11)国家自然科学基金面上项目,文化相容性人格对应激神经内分泌反应和大脑神经活动的影响及其社会适应性,2020.01-2023.123197101958万。

10)国家自然科学基金面上项目,适应性记忆的认知与神经机制:生存加工与死亡提醒的双视角,2017.01-2018.123167112325万。

9)国家自然科学基金青年项目,高自尊异质性现象与自尊的神经机制研究,2010.01-2012.123090039720万。

8)教育部人文社科基金项目,死亡焦虑对大学生自我概念的影响以及缓解策略研究,2015.10-2018.1015XJC1900028万。

7)重庆市自然科学基金面上项目,日常应激的内分泌与大脑神经机制,2019.07-2022.06cstc2019jcyj-msxmX001610万。

6)重庆市科委基础与前沿重点研究项目,基于文化差异的急性心理性应激反应的机制研究,2015.10-2018.12cstc2015jcyjBX005720万。

5)重庆市自然科学基金直通车项目,自尊对情绪面孔注意偏向的影响,2010.10-2013.09CSTC, 2010BB50013万。

4)重庆市社会科学规划英才计划项目,外貌吸引力刻板印象的神经表征,2021.08-2023.12, 2021YC029, 20万。

3)重庆市社会科学规划项目一般项目,情感忽视对大学生共情能力的影响,2019.10-2021.102019YBSH0881.5万。

2)重庆市社科规划青年项目,不同人群的死亡观调查和死亡焦虑情绪的干预研究,2015.10-2017.102015QNSH131万。

1)重庆市教委雏鹰计划研究项目,适应性记忆的认知机制,2016.11-2018.11CY1602061万。

 

SCI/SSCI收录的学术论文

47Li, H., Jiang, K., Liu, M., & Yang, J. (corresponding author). (2021). The neural basis of decision-making during time-based inter-role confilict. Biological Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biopsycho.2021.108186.

46Zeng, M., Li, J., Wang, C., Deng, C., Li, R., Chen, H., & Yang, J (corresponding author). (2021). Neural Processing of personal, relational, and collective self-worth reflected individual differences of self-esteem. Journal of Personality.  https://doi.org/10.1111/jopy.12658

45Hu, W., Liu, Y., Li, J., Zhao, X., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2021). Early life stress moderated the influence of reward anticipation on acute psychosocial stress responses. Psychophysiology. 58e13856.

44Li, J., Zeng, M., Liu, M., Zhao, X., Hu, W., Wang, C., Deng, C., Li, R., Chen, H., Yang, J(corresponding author). (2021). Multivariable pattern classification differentiates relational self-esteem from personal self-esteem. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 16(7), 726-735.

43Zhao, X., Li, J., Ren, X., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2021). The effect of sleep on the salivaty cortisol response to acute stressors: a review and suggestions. Sleep Medicine.77, 35-44.

42Zhao, X., Lan, M., Li, H., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2021). Perceived stress and sleep quality among the non-diseased general public in China during the 2019 coronavirus desease: A modearated mediation model. Sleep Medicine. 77, 339-345.【热点/高被引文献】

41Lan, M., Peng, M., Zhao, X., Li, H., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2021). Neural processing of the physical attractiveness steretype: Ugliness is bad vs. beauty is good. Biological Psychology, 155, 107824.

40Hu, W., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2021). Reward anticipation buffers neuroendocrine and cardiovascular responses to acute psychological stress in healthy young adults. Stress, DOI: 10.1080/10253890.2021.1923690.

39Chen, H., Zhao, X., Zeng, M., Li, J., Ren, X., Zhang, M., Liu, Y., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2021). Collective self-esteem and perceived stress among the non-infected general public in China during the 2019 coronavirus pandemic: a multiple mediation model. Personality and Individual Differences.168, 110308.

38He, Y., Fan, J., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2021). An efficient acute stress response in Chinese individuals with high interdependent self-construal. Anxiety, Stress, & Coping. DOI: 10.1080/10615806.2020.1846724

37 Chen, H., Li, J., Zeng, M., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2021). Neural decoding of positive and negative self-knowledge. Motivation and Emotion. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11031-021-09900-7.

36Zhang, M., Zhao, X., Liu, Y., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2021). Perceived stress and possible stressors in the general public in China during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ethics, Medicine and Public Health. 18, 100695.

35Chen, Y., Shen, Y., Shi, Z., Zhang, X., Li, H., Xu, X., Guan, L., Han, S., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2020). Mortality salience impairs self-referential processing: Neurophysiological and behavioral evidence. Current Psychology, 39: 782-792

34Guan, L., Wu, T., Yang, J., Xie, X., Han, S., & Zhao, Y. 2020. Self-esteem and cultural worldview buffer mortality saliance effects on response to self-face: Distinct neural mediators. Biological Psychology, 155, 107944

33) Li, J., Liu, M., Peng, M., Jiang, K., Chen, H., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2019). Positive representation of relational self-esteem versus personal self-esteem in Chinese with interdependent self-construal. Neuropsychologia, 134, 107195

32) Peng, M., Wu, S., Zhenhao Shi, Jiang, K., Shen, Y., Dedovic, K., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2019). Brain regions in response to character feedback associated with the state self-esteem. Biological Psychology, 148, 107734

31) Zhao, X., Zhang, X., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2019). Mortality salience induces men’s mating strategy toward body attactiveness in long-term mating context. Personality and Individual Differences, 151, 109524

30) Hu, X., Ren, X., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2019). Interdependent self-contrual modulates the adrenocortical stress response in the socially evaluated cold-pressor test. Stress. DOI: 10.1080/10253890.2019.1617268

29)Hu, X., Wang, Y., Pruessner, J., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2018). Interdependent self-construal, social evaluative threat and subjective, cardivascular and neuroendocrine stress response in Chinese. Hormones and Behavior.106,112-121.

28) Zhao, X., Li, H., Zhang, X., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2018). Both the survival scenario and the death scenario improve memory recall regardless of the processing/priming paradigm. Frontiers in Psychology. 9:793.

27) Jiang, K., Wu, S., Shi, Z., Liu, M., Peng, M., Shen, Y., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2018). Activations of the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and the thalamus during agentic self-evaluation are negatively associated with trait self-esteem. Brain Research.1692, 134-141.

26) Wang, J., Shen, Y., Liu, X., Zhao, X., Yuan, W., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2018). Reminders of mortality weaken P2 amplitude underlying both self-reflection and mother-reflection.Culture and Brain. 6:71-81

25) Guan, L., Zhao,Y., Wang, Y., Chen, Y., & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2017). Self-esteem modulates the P3 component in response to the self-face processing after priming with emotional faces. Frontiers in Psychology. 8:1399. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01399

24) Yang, J. (corresponding author), Xu, X., Chen, Y., Shi, Z., & Han, S. (corresponding author). (2016).Trait self-esteem and neural activities related to self-evaluation and social feedback. Scienfitic reports, 6, 20274. Doi: 10.1038/srep20274.

23) Qi, M., Gao, H., Guan, L., Liu, G. (corresponding author), & Yang, J(corresponding author). (2016). Subjective stress, salivary cortisol and electrophysiological responses to psychological stress. Frontiers in Psychology. 7:229. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00229

22) Che, X., luo, X., Tong, D. D., Fitzgibbon, B.M., & Yang, J. (corresponding author) (2015). Habitual suppression relates to difficulty in regulating emotion with cognitive reappraisal. Biological Psychology. 112, 20-26.

21) Xu, X., Chen, Y., Zhao, Y., & Yang, J. (corresponding author) (2015). The neural evidence of the reflected appraisal process as a main path for learning about one’s self-konwledge of personality. Biological Psychology, 110, 85-90.

20) Guan, L., Qi, M., Li, H., Hitchman, G., Yang, J. (corresponding author), & Liu, Y. (2015). Priming with threatening faces modulates the self-face advantage by enhancing the other-face processing rathter than suppressiing the self-face processing. Brain Research, 1608, 97-107.

19) Guan, L., Chen, Y., Xu, X., Qiao, L., Wei, J., Han, S., Yang, J. (corresponding author), & Liu, Y. (2015). Self-esteem buffers the mortality salience effect on the implicit self-face processing. Personality and Individual Differences, 85, 77-85.

18) Yang, J. (corresponding author), Dedovic, K., Guan, L., Chen, Y., & Qi, M. (2014). Self-esteem modulates dorsal medial prefrontal cortical response to self-positivity bias in implicit self-relevant processing. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 9(11), 1814-1818

17) Yang, J. (corresponding author), Yang, Y., Li, H., Hou, Y., Qi, M., Guan, L., Che, X., Chen, Y., Chen, W., & Pruessner, J. (2014). Correlation between self-esteem and stress response in Chinese college students: The mediating role of the need for social approval. Personality and Individual Difference, 70, 212-217

16) Yang, J. (corresponding author), Qi, M., Guan, L., & Zhang, Q. (2014). Self-esteem modulates the latency of P2 component in implicit self-relevant processing. Biological Psychology, 97, 22-26.

15) Guan, L., Qi, M., Zhang, Q., & Yang, J.(corresponding author). (2014). The neural basis of self-face recognition after self-concept threat and comparison with important others. Social Neuroscience. 2014,9(4), 424-435.

14) Yang, J. (corresponding author), Guan, L., & Qi, M. Gender differences in neural mechanisms underlying moral judgment of disgust: a functional MRI study. Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science, 2014, 4, 214-222.

13) Zhang, H., Guan, L., Qi, M., & Yang, J.(corresponding author). (2013). Self-esteem modulates the time course of self-positivity bias in explicit self-evaluation. PLoS One, 8(12), e81169. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0081169.

12) Li, H., & Yang, J. (corresponding author). (2013). Low self-esteem elicits greater mobilization of attentional resources toward emotional stimuli. Neuroscience Letters, 548, 286-290.

11) Yang, J. (corresponding author), Zhao, R., Zhang, QL., & Pruessner, J. (2013). Effects of self-esteem on electrophysiological correlates of easy and difficult math. Neurocase, 19(5), 470-477.

10) Yang, J. (corresponding author), Dedovic, K., Chen, W., Zhang, QL. (2012). Self-esteem modulates dorsal anterior cingulated cortical response in self-referential processing. Neuropsychologia, 50(7), 1267-1270.

9) Yang, J. (corresponding author), Guan, L., Dedovic, D., Qi, M., Zhang, QL.  (2012). The neural correlates of implicit self-relevant processing in low self-esteem: An ERP study. Brain Research, 47, 75-80.

8) Yang, J. (corresponding author), Qi, M., Guan, L., Hou, Y., Yang, Y. (2012). The time course of psychological stress as revealed by event-related potentials. Neuroscience Letters, 530 (1), 1-6.

7) Li, H., Zeigler-Hill, V., Luo, J., Yang, J.(corresponding author), & Zhang, Q. (corresponding author). (2012). Self-esteem modulates attentional responses to rejection: Evidence from event-related brain potentials. Journal of Research in Personality, 46(5), 459-464.

6) Li, H., Zeigler-Hill, V., Yang, J., Jia, L., Xiao, X., Luo, J., Zhang, QL (corresponding author). (2012). Low self-esteem and the neural basis of ateentional bias for social rejection cues: Evidence from the N2pc ERP component. Personality and Individual Differences, 53, 947-951.

5) Yang, J. (corresponding author), Zhang, QL. (2011). Electrophysiological correlates of decision-making in high-risk versus low-risk conditions of a gambling game. Psychophysiology, 48(10), 1456-1461.

4) Yang, J., Dedovic, K., Zhang, QL (corresponding author). (2010). Self-esteem and risky decision-making: An ERP study. Neurocase, 16(6), 512-519.

3) Yang, J., Ding, W., Chen, P., Zhang, QL (corresponding author). (2008). Images of tactile intimacy in same-sex dyads elicit larger P2 and LPC amplitudes. Neuroscience letters, 441, 215-218.

2) Yang J, Li H, Qiu J, & Zhang QL (corresponding author). (2007). Effects of self-evaluation on late ERP components. Progress in nature science, special issue, 106-109.

1) Yang J, Li H, Zhang Y, Qiu J, Zhang QL (corresponding author). (2007). The neural basis of risky decision-making in a blackjack task. Neuroreport, 18(14), 1507-1510.

 

CSSCI收录的学术论文

27)李回想,彭茂莹,杨娟(通讯作者). (2021).自尊对基于面孔吸引力人格特质推断的影响.心理发展与教育,37(3), 363-370.

26)赵旭,彭茂莹,杨娟(通讯作者). (2020).内隐品质/外貌自我概念对内隐自尊的预测——性别的调节作用.心理发展与教育, 36(3), 296-303.

25)沈洋,袁文颖,赵小淋,姜珂,彭茂莹,陈禹,杨娟(通讯作者). (2020).死亡凸显对自我姓名注意瞬脱对抗效应的影响.心理发展与教育,36(5), 520-527.

24)杨娟(通讯作者),李继文.(2020).负性自我信息加工,否认拒绝还是反思接纳. 西南大学学报(自然科学版),42(8),1-8.

23)杨娟(通讯作者) ,赵旭,陈开明,江颖. (2020).互依自我构念影响心理健康的追踪研究—以社会支持为中介的交叉滞后模型. 西南师范大学学报(自然科学版),45(06): 80-87.

22)杨娟(通讯作者),张雪涵,赵小淋,何杨.(2020).童年情感忽视预测大学生共情能力.社区心理学研究,9:143-160.

21) 任曦,王妍,胡翔,杨娟(通讯作者). (2019).社会支持缓解高互依自我个体的急性心理应激反应.心理学报, 51(4),497-506.

20) 胡翔,任曦,杨娟(通讯作者). (2019).从文化的视角分析独生子与非独生子的日常心理应激水平差异. 西南大学学报(自然科学版),41(4): 116-123.

19) 袁文颖,张馨心,杜杰,李豪,杨娟(通讯作者). (2018).生存和死亡启动对自我参照加工的影响:ERP证据. 心理科学41(1):38-44

18) 赵小淋,沈洋,陈禹,杨娟(通讯作者). (2018).死亡启动影响自我参照记忆的年龄差异. 心理发展与教育346:656-663

17) 彭茂莹,姜珂,沈洋,赵小淋,杨娟(通讯作者). (2018).外貌/品质自我评价对自尊的预测作用的性别差异. 应用心理学, 24(4):334-343

16) 吴师,任曦,姜珂,杜杰,杨娟(通讯作者). (2017).自我知觉视角和元知觉视角下能动性评价对自尊的预测作用. 心理科学, 40(6), 1456-1462

15) 陈禹,车先伟,关丽丽,许晓璠,赵玉芳,杨娟(通讯作者). (2016).急性心理性应激对自我参照记忆的影响. 心理发展与教育. 32(1),41-48.

14) 王妍,吴师,陈禹,许晓璠,杨娟(通讯作者). (2015).人格特质调节个体心理性应激反应.心理科学进展, 23(8), 1453-1460.

13) 陈禹,任国防,李海江,杨瑜,关丽丽,胡新雨,杨娟(通讯作者). (2014).自尊与心理性应激反应的关系:社会认可需求的中介作用心理发展与教育, 30(4), 435-441.

12) 杨娟 (通讯作者),侯燕,杨瑜,陈伟海. (2013).自尊与心理性应激的关系初探. 心理科学, 36(3), 675-680

11) 李海江,贾磊,罗俊龙,杨娟,张庆林,李冰冰. (2013). 低自尊个体注意偏向的ERP研究.心理发展与教育,1,4-11.

10) 杨娟(通讯作者),李海江,张庆林.自尊对情绪面孔注意偏向的影响. 心理科学, 2012, 35(4): 793-798

9) 关丽丽,张庆林,齐铭铭,侯燕,杨娟(通讯作者). 自我概念威胁以及与重要他人的比较共同削弱自我面孔优势效应.心理学报, 2012, 44(6):789-796.

8) 杨娟,侯燕,杨瑜,张庆林. 特里尔社会应激测试对唾液皮质醇分泌的影响.心理学报, 2011, 434):403-409.

7) 杨娟,侯燕,张庆林. 应激神经成像的研究述评.心理科学进展, 2011, 198):1174-1178.

6) 关丽丽,齐铭铭,张庆林,杨娟(通讯作者).自我面孔识别的脑机制.心理科学进展, 2011, 19(9): 1313-1318.

5) 齐铭铭,张庆林,关丽丽,杨娟(通讯作者).急性心理性应激诱发的神经内分泌反应及其影响因素. 心理科学进展, 2011, 19(9): 11347-1354.

4) 杨娟, 张庆林. 特里尔社会应激测试技术(TSST)的介绍以及相关研究. 心理科学进展, 2010, 18(4):699-704.

3) 杨娟,张烨,张庆林. 外显自尊脑机制实验材料的筛选. 心理科学, 2009,321):44-47.

2) 杨娟,张庆林.不同自尊者在赌博情境下的风险规避行为.心理发展与教育, 200925(1):61-65.

1) 杨娟,邱江,张庆林. 传递性推理的认知与脑机制探讨. 心理科学, 2008 313):663-666.