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A microhistory in letters: What happened to I. Huang’s research reports on size-weight illusion
(Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2017)
In the recent development of history and sociology of science, peer review practice has been scrutinized. However, historians have not paid any attention to this important topic in the history of Chinese psychology. Primarily ...
Reflexivity through Dialogue in Psychological Research
(International Society for Theoretical Psychology, 2013)
It is argued that when a psychologist works with participants from a different gender, culture, ethnic, etc. background, she may unwittingly misunderstand and problematize the participants. While researchers call for the ...
Pavlovianism in China: Politics and differentiation across scientific disciplines in the Maoist era
(History of Science, 2015)