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Chen Zhiyan
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Mailing Address:  16 Lincui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101, China
Email:  chenzy@psych.ac.cn
Website:  http://cmhr.psych.cn,http://mhl.psych.cn

Zhiyan Chen, Ph. D.
Associate Professor, Key Laboratory of Mental Health,
Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Educational Background
Peking University       2003 Doctor of Education, Clinical Psychology
Beijing Normal University   1997 Bachelor of Science, Psychology

Research Interests:

Clinical Psychology

Community service:
Selected Publications:

(Published In Chinese)
1.Chen. Projective Techniques in Personality Assessment. Journal of Developments in Psychology, 1999, 58(4): 54-58.
2.Chen. Measuring implicit motives: Using content analysis to measure achievement, affiliation and power motives. Journal of Developments in Psychology, 2001, 9(4): 335-340.
3.Chen. Fear of negative evaluation and test anxiety in middle school students. Chinese Mental Health Journal, 2002,16(12):855-857.
4.Chen, Huang & Liu. The effect of peer evaluation on the affiliation imagery in TAT of middle school students. Psychological Science,2003,26(2):301-304.
5.Gao & Chen. Application assessment of psychological counseling through hotline under the emergent events of mental health. Journal of Developments in Psychology,2003,11(4):400-404.
6.Chen. A discussion on fee in psychotherapy. Chinese Mental Health Journal, 2003, 17(11): 798-799.
7.Chen. A discussion on peer supervision for beginning counselors in China. Chinese Mental Health Journal,2004, 18(7): 515-516.
8.Xiao & Chen. The analysis of 1522 records of mental health hotline. hinese Mental Health Journal, 2004, 18(9): 661-663.
9.Chen, Li, Yang & Ge. The advance of behavioral genetics studies on adolescent anxiety, depression and deviant behaviors. Advances in Psychological Science, 2006, 14(4): 540-545.
(Published In English)
10.Zhiyan Chen, Fei Guo, Xiaodong Yang, Xinying Li, Qing Duan, Jie Zhang & Xiaojia Ge(online first). Emotional and Behavioral Effects of Romantic Relationships in Chinese Adolescents. Journal of Youth and Adolescence.
Book Translated into Chinese
1.Clinical Interviewing. Sommers-Flanagan & Sommers-Flanagan, 1999, New York: John Wiley & Sons. (China Light Industry Press, 2001)
2.Freud and Beyond: A History of Modern Psychoanalytic Thought. Stephen A. Mitchell & Margaret J. Black, 1995, New York: Basic Books. (The Commercial Press, 2007)

National Survey of Chinese Adolescent Mental Health (2008-2009) Supported by China Association for Science and Technology