EDUCATION (In reverse chronological order from latest to earliest)
|Ph.D.||2000-2006||Clinical Psychology||Peking University|
|Undergraduate Student||1994-1996||Life Science||Peking University|
Dr. Xinghua Liu mainly focus on Clinical Psychology, especially the intervention and mechanism of mindfulness.He is also Principal investigator, Associate Dean for Department of Clinical and Health Psychology. He is currently in charge of a set of different projects , including The Mechanism of Mindfulness Intervention, and Mindfulness Training for National Team.
List of Publications
Wang, Y., Qi, Z., Hofmann, S.G., Si, M., Liu, X.**, & Xu, W. Effect of Acceptance Versus Attention on Pain Tolerance: Dissecting Two Components of Mindfulness. Mindfulness (2019),10(7),1352-1359.
Wu, R., Liu, L., Zhu, H., Su, W., Cao, Z., Zhong, S., Liu, X.*, and Jiang C. (2019) Brief Mindfulness Meditation Improves Emotion Processing. Frontiers in Neuroscience,13:1074. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2019.01074.
Ma, Y., She, Z., Siu, AF-Y., Zeng, X. & Liu, X.** (2018) Effectiveness of Online Mindfulness-Based Interventions on Psychological Distress and the Mediating Role of Emotion Regulation. Frontiers in Psychology, 9:2090. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.02090
Li, Y. , Liu, F. , Zhang, Q.* , Liu, X.**, & Wei, P.* . (2018). The effect of mindfulness training on proactive and reactive cognitive control. Frontiers in Psychology, 9:1002. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01002
Gao, L., Curtiss, J., Liu, X.**, & Hofmann, S. G. (2018). Differential Treatment Mechanisms in Mindfulness Meditation and Progressive Muscle Relaxation. Mindfulness, 9:1268-1279. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12671-017-0869-9.
Wang, Y., Xu, W., Zhuang, C. & Liu, X.** (2017). Does mind wandering mediate the association between mindfulness and negative mood? A preliminary study. Psychological Reports: Mental & Physical Health, 120(1), 118 - 129.
Xu, W., Jia, K., Liu, X.**, & Hofmann, S. G. (2016). The effects of mindfulness training on emotional health in Chinese long-term male prison inmates. Mindfulness, 7(5), 1044 - 1051.
Xu, W., Oei, T. P. S., Liu, X.**, Wang, X., & Ding, C. (2016). The moderating and mediating roles of self-acceptance and tolerance to others in the relationship between mindfulness and subjective well-being. Journal of Health Psychology, 21(7), 1446 - 1456.
Xu, W., Rodriguez, M. A., Zhang, Q. & Liu, X.** (2015). The mediating effect of self-acceptance in the relationship between mindfulness and peace of mind. Mindfulness, 6(4), 797 - 802.
Liu, X.**, Xu, W., Wang, Y., Williams, J. M. G., Geng. Y., Zhang, Q., & Liu, X. (2015). Can inner peace be improved by mindfulness training: a randomized controlled trial. Stress and Health, 31(3), 245 - 254.
Rodriguez, M. A., Xu, W., Wang, X., & Liu, X.** (2015). Self-acceptance mediates the relationship between mindfulness and perceived stress. Psychological Reports: Mental & Physical Health, 116(2), 513 - 522.
Liu, X.**, Wang, S., Chang, S., Chen, W., & Si, M. (2013). Effect of brief mindfulness intervention on tolerance and distress of pain induced by cold-pressor task. Stress and Health, 29(3), 199 - 204.
Rapee, R. M., Kim, J., Wang, J., Liu, X.*, Hofmann, S. G., Chen, J., & ... Alden, L. E. (2011). Perceived impact of socially anxious behaviors on individuals' lives in Western and East Asian countries. Behavior Therapy, 42(3), 485 - 492.
Deng, Y., Liu, X.**, Rodriguez, M. A., & Xia, C. (2011). The five facet mindfulness questionnaire: psychometric properties of the Chinese version. Mindfulness, 2(2), 123 - 128.
Li, S., Tan, J. Q., Qian, M., Liu, X.* (2008). Continual training of attentional bias in social anxiety. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 46(8), 905 - 912.
Kinoshita, Y., Chen, J., Rapee, R. M., Bogels, S., Schneier, F. R. Choy, Y., Kwon, J., Liu, X.* et al. (2008). Cross-cultural study of conviction subtype Taijin Kyofu: proposal and reliability of nagoya-osaka diagnostic criteria for social anxiety disorder. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 196(4), 307 - 313.
Liu, X.*, Qian, M., Zhou, X., & Wang, A. (2006). Repeating the stimulus exposure to investigate what happens after initial selective attention to threat pictures. Personality and Individual Difference, 40(5), 1007 - 1016.
Qian, M., Ye, D., Zhong, J., Xu, K., Zhang, L., Huang, Z., Dong, W., Liu, X.* , & Nie, J. (2005). The behavioural, cognitive and emotional responses towards SARS: the differences between the college students in Beijing and in Suzhou. Stress and Health, 21, 87 - 98.