Dr. Muyu Lin

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Department
of Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy
Bochumer Fenster 3/ 17

Massenbergstraße 9-13
D-44787 Bochum

Tel: +49 (0)234 32 - 21507
Fax: +49 (0)234 32 - 14369

muyudlin@126.com  
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Position

Postdoctoral Researcher

 

Research Interests

PTSD (trauma memories and mechanism),
currently focus on the characteristic and etiological role of the overgeneralized autobiographical memory in PTSD.
Social Anxiety Disorder (cognitive bias and its modification)
CBT treatment for anxiety disorders and depression

 

Vita

EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • 2015 – present
  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Center for the Study and Treatment of Mental Health,
    Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany.
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    Host: Humboldt-Professor Dr. Jörgen Margraf.
    - Subsidized by Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers.
  • 2010 – 2015
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, Peking University (a.k.a. Beijing University),
    Beijing, China.
      Second Academic Scholarship (2010-2015)
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    First Prize of Shangshan Award (2012), May 4th Scholarship (2011),
    .
  • 2013 – 2014
  • Visiting Scholar, Boston University, Boston, USA.
    - Supervisor: Dr. Stefan G. Hofmann
    - Subsidized by the Chinese Scholarship Council (2013-2014).
  • 2007 - 2010
  • Bachelor of Philosophy (Double degree), Peking University, Beijing, China.
  • 2006 – 2010
  • Bachelor of Science (Psychology), Peking University, Beijing, China.
    - Excellent Students of Peking University (2009), Tung OOCL Scholarship (2009),
      Yang-Wang Scholarship (2008), May 4th Scholarship (2007).

     

    Publications Zum Seitenanfang

    Cai, D., Zhu, M., Lin, M.*, Zhang, X. C., & Margraf, J. (2017). The Bidirectional Relationship between Positive Mental Health and Social Rhythm in College Students: A Three-Year Longitudinal Study. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1119.

    Lin, M., Wang, N., Qian, M., Zhao, C., Xu, K., & Guan, R. (2016). 女大学生中共情对自我中心和利他行为关系的调节作用(The Moderate Effect of Empathy on the Relationship between Altruism and Egocentrism in Female University Students). Journal of Psychological Science, 39(4), 977-984.

    Wang, X., Qian, M., Yu, H., Sun, Y., Li, S., Yang, P., Lin, M., Yao, N., & Zhang, X. (2016). Social Anxiety and Interpretation Bias: Effect of Positive Priming. Psychological reports, 119(2), 539-556.

    Chen, S., Yao, N., Qian, M., & Lin, M. (2016). Attention Biases in High Social Anxiety using a Flanker Task. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 51, 27-34.

    Lin, M., Hofmann, S.G., Qian, M., Kind, S., & Yu, H. (2015). Attention allocation in social anxiety during a speech task. Cognition and Emotion, 1-15.

    Lin, M., Hofmann, S.G., Qian, M., & Li, S. (2015). Enhanced association between perceptual stimuli and trauma-related information in individuals with posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 46, 202–207.

    Hofmann, S.G., Petrocchi, N., Steinberg, J., Lin, M., Arimitsu, K., Kind, S., Mendes, A., & Stangier, U. (2015). Loving-Kindness Meditation: Targeting Positive Affect in Mood Disorders. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2015, 1-11.

    Hofmann, S.G., Brager, D., Lin, M., Shangguan, F., & Petrocchi, N. (2014). The Quality of Empirically Supported Treatment Studies. The Clinical Psychologist, 67, 4-13.

    Yu, H., Li, S., Qian, M., Yang, P., Wang, X., Lin, M., & Yao, N. (2014). Time-course of attentional bias for positive social words in individuals with high and low social anxiety. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 42, 479–490.

    Yao, N., Li, S., Qian, M., Yu, H., Lin, M., Wang, X., & Yang, P. (2013). 高社交焦虑个体对正性面孔的情绪启动效应 (Affective priming effect of positive faces in high social anxiety individuals). Journal of Psychological Science, 36, 1106-1109.

    Yu, H., Li, S., Qian, M., Wang, X., Yang, P., Lin, M., Yao, N., & Chen, S. (2013). 注意偏向假说及其在社交焦虑群体中的应用 (Hypotheses of Attentional Bias and Applications to Socially Anxious Individuals). Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 21, 446-449.

    Yao, N., Li, S., Qian, M., Yu, H., Lin, M., Wang, X., & Yang, P. (2012). 高社交焦虑个体对正性面孔的解释偏差 (Interpretative biases for positive faces in high socially anxious individuals). Chinese Mental Health Journal, 26, 680-685.

    Yao, N., Li, S., Qian, M., Yu, H., Wang, X., Lin, M., & Zhao, X. (2012). 社交焦虑个体对正性面孔刺激的解释偏差 (Interpretation Biases for Positive Facial Stimuli in Social Anxiety). Journal of Psychological Science, 35, 1294-1297.

    Yang, F., Lin, M., & Qian, M. (2010). 地震后青少年社会支持与创伤后成长关系的研究 (A study of the relationship between posttraumatic growth and social support in children and adolescents following Wenchuan Earthquake). Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 18, 614-617.

    Wang, Y., Gao, J., Lin, M. & Qian, M., Li, S., Deng, J., Wang, T., Liu, X., & He, Q. (2010). 地震对重灾区与一般灾区高中生的心理冲击 (Psycho stress difference between worst-hit area and slight-hit area after Sichuan Earthquake). Chinese Mental Health Journal, 24, 67-68.

     

    Academic Conference Presentations and PostersZum Seitenanfang

  • - Lin, M., Hofmann, S.G., Qian, M., Li, S., Yu, H., Yao, N., Yang, P., & Wang, X. (2014). The meaning of a smiling face:
      Interpretation of positive feedback in socially anxious individuals (Poster). Anxiety and Depression Association of America
      2014 Conference, March 2014, Chicago, USA.
  • .Lin, M., Hofmann, S.G., Qian, M. & Li, S. (2014). Enhanced association between perceptual stimuli and trauma-related
      information in traumatized individuals (Poster). Anxiety and Depression Association of America 2014 Conference, March
      2014, Chicago, USA.
  • Lin, M., Wang, N., & Qian, M. (2014). The moderating effects of empathy on the relationship between prosocial behavior and
      egocenter (Poster). Eastern Psychology Association Annual conference, March 2014, Boston, USA.
  • Lin, M. & Qian, M. (2012). Introduction of the cognitive behavioral group therapy and its efficacy for social anxiety disorder
      (Seminar Presentation). The First Chinese Group Counseling and Group Therapy Conference, May 2012, Beijing, China.
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