Heping Tan

2017-12-13  |   1,027 views

Tan Heping

谭和平

Associate professor of the Department of Special Education

Contact

+8621-62233927

hptan@spe.ecnu.edu.cn

Scholarly Interests

1.The Research of Cognition Assessing and Intervention for Children with Special Needs

2.The Research of Reversible Thinking Training for Children with Special Needs

Selected Publications

1. Tan Heping(1998).The Developing Research of Mental Health Scales for Middle School Students. Psychological Science‚Vol.21‚No.5.

2. Tan Heping‚Li Qiwei(1998).On the Trainability of Thinking. Journal of East China Normal University(Educational Sciences)‚No.4.

3. Tan Heping‚Zan Fei(2003).An Experimental Study of Free Recall and Order Recall in Chinese Characters Processing of Deaf Students. Psychological Science‚Vol.26‚No.6.

4. Tan Heping‚Xu Zhening(2004).A Way Developing Learning Adaptation for Students by Group Counseling. Chinese Journal of Clinical Rehabilitation‚ Vol.8‚No.36.

5. Zan Fei‚Tan Heping(2004).Character Identification in Reading Comprehension of Deaf Students under the Condition of Moving Window. Psychological Science‚Vol.27‚No.6.

6. Zan Fei‚Tan Heping (2004).An Experimental Study of the Effect of Different Sense Modality Words in Chinese Characters Processing of Deaf Students. Psychological Science‚Vol.27‚No.1.

7. Tan Heping‚Li Qiwei(2005).Theoretic Enlightenments of Genetic Epistemology for Training Thinking. Journal of East China Normal University(Educational Sciences)‚Vol.23‚No.3.

8. Li Qiwei‚Tan Heping(2005).On the Trainability of Thinking Once More. Psychological Science‚Vol.28‚No.6.

9. Liu Chunling‚Tan Heping(2005).A Experimental Research of Semantic Memory Structure of Mentally Retarded Children. Psychological Science‚Vol.28‚No.5.

10. Zan Fei‚Tan Heping(2005).Word Identification by Chinese Deaf Students:Similar Sound Determination and Phonological Activation Study. Psychological Science‚Vol.28‚No.5.

11. Tan Heping(2006).An Experimental Research on Training Reversible Thinking for Mild Mentally Retarded Children. Chinese Journal of Special Education‚Vol.70‚No.4.

12. Tan Heping‚Zan Fei(2006).A Comparative Study of Sexual Roles Identification between Deaf Students and Normal Students. Psychological Science‚Vol.29‚No.6.

13. Tan Heping‚Wang Binzhao(2006).The Compiling of Innovative Psychological Quality Measurement Scale for Senior Middle School Students. Chinese Journal of Clinical Rehabilitation‚Vol.10‚No.42.

14. Yan Jifei‚Tan Heping(2006).Comparison Research On Self-Esteem Between Deaf Students And Normal Students of Senior High School. Chinese Journal of Special Education‚Vol.74‚No.8

15. Tan Heping‚Su Xueyun(2007).An Investigation on the Reversible Thinking of Mildly Mental Retarded Students Studying in Regular Classrooms. Chinese Journal of Special Education‚Vol.87‚No.9.

16. Ma Hongying‚Tan Heping (2008).An Experimental Study on the Identification of Chinese Character of Different Construction for Moderate Mental Retarded Students. Chinese Journal of Special Education‚No.1.

17. Yang Fuyi‚Tan Heping (2008).A Study on Hearing Impaired Students’ Implicit Self-esteem and Its’ Influencing Factors. Chinese Journal of Special Education‚No.8.

18. Tan Heping(2009).Research on Relationships of Children’s Emotionality and Emotion Control with Social Adaptability. Psychological Science,Vol.32,No.6.

19. Tan Heping,Ma Hongying(2012). A Survey on Needs of Professional Development of Shanghai Teachers for Special Students Learning in Regular Class. Journal of Schooling Studies,Vol.9,No.2.

20. Yang C J, Tan H P, Du Y J. (2014).The developmental disruptions of serotonin signaling may involved in autism during early brain development. Neuroscience, Vol.267.

21. Chang-Jiang Yang, He-Ping Tan, Fu-Yi Yang, Chun-Ling Liu, Biao Sang, Xiao-Mei Zhu, Yi-Jie Du (2014). The roles of cortisol and pro-inflammatory cytokines in assisting the diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, Vol.9.

22. Chang-Jiang Yang, He-Ping Tan, Fu-Yi Yang, He-Ping Wang, Chun-Ling Liu, Hui-Zhong He, Biao Sang, Xiao-Mei Zhu, Yi-Jie Du (2015). The cortisol, serotonin and oxytocin are associated with repetitive behavior in autism spectrum disorder. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, Vol.18.

23. Fu-Yi Yang, Jian-Zhou Xu, He-Ping Tan, Ning-Jian Liang (2016). What Keeps Chinese Students Motivated in Doing Math Homework? An Empirical Investigation. Teachers College Record, Vol.118.

24. Yi-Qian Ye, Bei-Li Zhu, He-Ping Tan(2016). Psychology. ECNU Publishers.