Qijing is currently a PhD student at Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience in the Department of Psychology, and a pre-doctoral trainee at the Institute of Gerontology (IOG), Wayne State University.
Research Interest/Area of Expertise
Qijing's main research interest is in brain and cognitive development, and factors that affect the brain-cognition relation in children.
Education – Degrees, Licenses, Certifications
- 2013 - Current Graduate Student, Psychology, Wayne State University (WSU), MI
- 2008 - 2012 BS Psychology, Zhejiang Normal University (ZJNU), China
Yu, Q., Anderson, D., Chen, Z., Nishimura, M., & Ofen, N. (Submitted). Neural Correlates of Age-related Increase in Use of Memory Strategies.
Yu, Q., Daugherty, A. M., Anderson, D. M., Brush, D., Hardwick, A., Lacey, W., Nishimura, M., Raz, S., Ofen, N. (2017). Socioeconomic Status and Hippocampal Volume in Children and Young Adults. Developmental Science i(Februray): e12561.
Ofen, N., Yu, Q., & Chen, D. (2016). Memory and the developing brain: are insights from cognitive neuroscience applicable to education? Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 10, 81–88.
Yang, T-x., Allen, R., Yu, Q-j., Chan, R. C.K. (2015). The influence of input and output modality on following instructions in working memory. Scientific Reports, 5, 17657.
Daugherty, A. M., Yu, Q., Flinn, R., & Ofen, N. (2015). A reliable and valid method for manual demarcation of hippocampal head, body, and tail. International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience, 41(0), 115-122.
Yan, C., Yang, T., Yu, Q.-j., Jin, Z., Cheung, E. F. C., Liu, X., & Chan, R. C. K. (2015). Rostral medial prefrontal dysfunctions and consummatory pleasure in schizophrenia: A meta-analysis of functional imaging studies. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 231(3), 187-196.