心理学专业
Jordan Chen F.X.
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简介
Jordan Chen F.X. graduated from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Prior to joining the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, he studied how accents and ethnic identities influence status conferral, and the effects of speaker social status and language use on persuasion. In his current work, he aims to examine the interplay between social status, unethical decision-making (e.g., corruption and bribery), and competitive behavior. He approaches these topics using perspectives and methodologies drawn from cultural psychology, behavioral economics, sociobiology, and social cognition. During his free time, he sings and plays musical instruments.
教育背景
伊利诺伊大学厄巴纳-香槟分校
/硕士
/心理学
南洋理工大学
/学士
/心理学
专长
个性化

Work in progress

Chen, F.X., & Cheng, J.T. (work in progress). Leader dominance and group cooperation.

 

Cheng, J.T., & Chen, F.X. (work in progress). Dominance, Prestige, and social influence.

 

Chen, F.X., & Lee. A., (work in progress). A dominance-prestige account for human and supernatural leader.

 

Chen, F.X., Lin, Q., Chen, Q., Tan, X., (work in progress). Face and corruption.

 

Chen, F.X., & Cheng, J.T. (work in progress). Parochialism and Leadership.

 

Previous works:

Chen, F.X., Wan, C., Liu, M. (2016 August). Status or Solidarity: How accent and race affect prosocial and economic exchange behaviors. Paper presented at The 23rd Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. Nagoya, Japan.

Chen, F.X., Wan, C., Liu, M. (2016 September). Status or Solidarity: How accent and race affect prosocial and economic exchange behaviors. Paper presented at The International Conference for Undergraduate Research 2016, Singapore hub.

Chen, F.X., Wan, C., Liu, M. (2016, March). How accent and race affect prosocial and economic exchange behaviors. Poster presented at Discover URECA @ NTU poster exhibition and competition, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

Chen, F.X., Wan, C. (2018, March). Hit vs. Violent: The interactive effect of speaker’s power and language abstraction on audience’s perception of communication accuracy. Poster presented at the 18th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP), Atlanta, GA, USA.

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