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Ruiqing Han

Research student, School of Psychology

Email
hanr1@cardiff.ac.uk
Campuses
Tower Building, 70 Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3AT

Overview

I am interested in how well individuals can detect when others are ambivalent and whether there are individual and/or cultural differences in the ability to detect others’ ambivalence. I am also interested in the implications of being able to detect when others are ambivalent. Do people interact differently with others when they know that someone is ambivalent? Does this depend on one’s cultural background?

Biography
  • Undergraduate Education:BSc Applied Psychology, Central China Normal University
  • Postgraduate Education:Master of Education in Basic Psychology, Jilin University

Research

Research interests

I am interested in how well individuals can detect when others are ambivalent and whether there are individual and/or cultural differences in the ability to detect others’ ambivalence. I am also interested in the implications of being able to detect when others are ambivalent. Do people interact differently with others when they know that someone is ambivalent? Does this depend on one’s cultural background?

Research Group

Social  and Environment

Supervisors