Dr. Yuan Fu works as a Postdoctoral researcher in East China Normal University. Yuan received her PhD degree in 2020 from Sheffield University in United Kingdom, and holds a MRes in Psychology from York University, UK and a BSc in Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience from Nottingham University, UK. Her current research areas involve: developmental psychology, social psychology and mental health of children and adolescents.
Research interests and Experience
Dr. Fu’s current research interests focus on parents and first child’s mental health changes before and after having the newborn(s).
Fu, Y., & Izuma, K. (2018). Social capital and Chinese international students’use of social network sites. International Journal of School and Cognitive Psychology, 5(2), 1-8.
Fu, Y., & Serrien, D. (2016, July). The effect of handedness and word-frequency on explicit memory performance and motor performance. In the 31st International Congress of Psychology conference. Japan, Yokohama.
Fu, Y., Blades, M., & Oates, C. (2018, May). Chinese children’s awareness of search engine advertisements. White Rose Doctoral Training Partnership Sustainable Growth Management and Economic Productivity Pathway Conference, UK, Sheffield.
Fu, Y., Blades, M., & Oates, C. (2019, April). Chinese children’s belief of information on homework, news, and social media related websites/apps. The International Conference on Management Innovation, Education Reform and Applied Social Science (MIERASS2019), China, Guilin.
Fu, Y., Blades, M., & Oates, C. (2019, July). Chinese and British children’s awareness of search engine advertisements. The 1st Manchester China-UK Forum of International Young Scholars, and the 8th Chinese Students and Scholar Association-UK Academic Forum, UK, Manchester.