Zhao Liqin

Personal profile

Name: Zhao Liqin

Gender: Female

Degrees: Ph.D.

Title: Professor

E-mail: zhaoliqin@bjut.edu.cn

Research Areas:

1. Youth Mental Health

2. Psychological Counseling

3. Social Psychology


1. How to Make Students Love Learning-7 Educational Strategies to Stimulate Learning Motivation (Monograph), East China Normal University Press, August 2010.

2. Differentiated Teaching (Translated Work), East China Normal University Press, March 2015.

3. Ways to Stimulate the Intelligence of Children Aged 0-5 (Translated Work), China Population Press, October 1998.

4. College Students' Mental Health Guide (Chief Editor) (Excellent Textbook in Beijing), Higher Education Press, November 2010.

5. College Students Mental Health Course (Chief Editor) ("Twelfth Five-Year" National Higher Vocational Education Textbook),Language & Culture Press, July 2014.

6. Youth Mental Health Education (Chief Editor), China Central Radio and TV University Press, July 2016.

7. An Analysis of Children's Social Work Cases (Chief Editor), China Society Press, November 2016.

8. Psychological Optimization Counseling for College Students (Deputy Editor), Higher Education Publishing House, April 2005.

9. The Vitality of Educational Psychology (Co-Translator), Jiangsu Education Press, December 2005.

10. Health Psychology and Talent Development (Co-Editor), World Publishing Corporation, June 1999.

11. Interpersonal Communication and Talent Development (Co-Editor), World Publishing Corporation, December 1999.

12. Personality Optimization and Talent Development (Co-Editor), World Publishing Corporation, October 2001.

13. Influence of Motivational Factors on Problem-Solving Transfer [J]. Journal of South China Normal University (Social Science Edition), 2008(05):122-125+160.

14. Problems and Prospects in the Theoretical Research on Achievement Goals [J]. Educational Research and Experiment, 2006(06):60-63.

15. A Review of Studies on Peer Relationship and Academic Engagement [J]. Journal of Ningbo University (Educational Science Edition), 2013,35(04):13-17.

16. On Differential Teaching Strategies [J]. Curriculum, Teaching Material and Method, 2014,34(04):125.

17. Analysis of Chinese Teaching Strategies Based on Individual Differences of Students [J]. Language Planning, 2014(05):13-14

18. The Influence of Teacher-student Relationship on Students' Motivation of Chinese Language Learning [J]. Language Planning, 2012(21):35-37.

19. Records of Foreign Classroom Teaching Inspiration, Language Planning, 2006(01), full text reprinted by Photocopy Materials of Renmin University of China

20. Don't Just Let Children Live in the Fairy Tale World-the Inspiration from the Case of American Critical Reading Teaching [J]. Language Planning, 2005(10):40-42.

21. Integrated Language Teaching Art [J]. Language Planning, 2005(05):44-46.

22. Review Research on the Subjective Identity of Middle Class in China [J]. Heihe Journal, 2014(01):184-186.

23. How to Build a Teacher-Student Relationship that Strengthens Students' Learning Motivation, Hubei Education, 2012(02).

24. Let Students with Learning Difficulties Fall in Love with Learning, Teacher's Monthly, 2012(07,08).

25. Good Way to Stimulate Learning Motivation [N]. China Education Newspaper, 2011-12-15(009).

26. An Analysis of Social Mentality of the Capital Middle Class Children Going Abroad, Annual Report on Analysis of Beijing Social-Building (2017), Social Sciences Press, 2017.

27. A Study on Academic Burnout and Intervention Strategies of Capital University Students, Annual Report on Analysis of Beijing Social-Building (2015), Social Sciences Press, 2015.

28. Research on the Causes and Coping Mechanisms of the Weak Mentality of Teachers in Beijing Universities, Annual Report on Analysis of Beijing Social-Building (2014), Social Sciences Press, 2014.

29. A Study on College Students' Burnout and Influencing Factors, Annual Report on Analysis of Beijing Social-Building (2013), Social Sciences Press, 2013.

30. The Professional Expectation and Psychological Distress of Young Teachers in Beijing Universities, Annual Report on Analysis of Beijing Social-Building (2012), Social Sciences Press, 2012.

Personal Statement:

Zhao Liqin, Doctor of Psychology, graduated from School of Psychology of Beijing Normal University, and now is the Director of the Department of Sociology in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of BJUT. In the meantime, Zhao is also a registered psychological counselor of Professional Committee of Clinical Psychology and Counseling of Chinese Psychological Association and chief professor of College Students Mental Health, Network Training Center, Higher Education Department, Ministry of Education. In 2008, she visited the Flinders University in Australia as a senior visiting scholar to study the early diagnosis and treatment of autism. Her courses include Personality Psychology, Personality Assessment, Theory and Practice of Psychological Counseling, Social Psychological Research (Bilingual).