Taiwan

Chien-Ru Sun

Ph.D, Professor

Department of Psychology

National Chengchi University

WenShan Dist.111605, Taipei, Taiwan

TEL:   886-2-29387396 (office)

Email:  chienru@nccu.edu.tw

Academic experience

  • 2018 - present  Representative at large  (Taiwan area), Asian Association of Social Psychology (AASP)
  • 2017 - present  Supervisor(監事)social /personality psychology Division, Taiwanese Psychological Association
  • 2013 - 2017      Director (理事)    social /personality psychology Division, Taiwanese Psychological Association
  • 2014 - present  Board member (董事)   Chinese indigenous psychology research foundation
  • 2013 – 2016     Coordinator(召集人) The Committee of Advancement Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies

Research interests

I currently involved in research projects related to the "self" area. Major research topics are the Chinese self, self-regulation, & self-evaluation. Besides, social exclusion and Chinese guan xi (interpersonal relationship) are also areas of interest.

Recent Publications and Conference Papers

Journal publications

  • Lin, H.-T & Sun, C.-R (accepted). Think more if you want to negotiate:The relationship between negotiable fate and the amount of information considered. Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies. (corresponding author)
  • Sun, C.-R& Chen, C-Y. (In press). The true self: The effects of relationship on the expression of Chinese authenticity. Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies. (corresponding author)
  • Sun, C.-R (2017). An Examination of the Four-Part Theory of the Chinese Self: The Differentiation and Relative Importance of the Different Types of Social-Oriented Self.Frontier in Psychology, 8:1106. DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01106
  • Sun, C.-R, Lin, H-T, & Hong, J-S(2017). Too Exhausted to Do It? Maybe Your Self-Evaluation is Not Involved: The Activation and Operation of Self-Regulation. Chinese Journal of Psychology, 59(3), 163-181 (corresponding author)
  • Hong, J-S, & Sun, C.-R (2017). To Defend or to Affiliate: The Effects of Categorical Similarity Cues after Social Exclusion. The Journal of Social Psychology, DOI:10.1080/00224545.2017.1373621) (corresponding author)
  • Lin, C-P. & Sun, C.-R (2017). The Effect of Significant Other’s Advice on Forgiveness in Chinese Culture. Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies, 48, 3-56. (corresponding author)
  • Sun, C.-R & Kao, L-Y (2017). Coping Reactions After Social Exclusion: The Effects of Group-Related Factors and Individual Factors. Journal of Education & Psychology, 40(2), 61-92. (corresponding author)
  • Krys, K., et al. (2017). Catching Up with Wonderful Women: The Women-Are-Wonderful Effect is Smaller in More Gender Egalitarian Societies. International Journal of Psychology, doi: 10.1002/ijop.12420.
  • Krys, K., et al. (2016). Be Careful Where You Smile: Culture Shapes Judgments of Intelligence and Honesty of Smiling Individuals. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 40(2), 101-116. doi: 10.1007/s10919-015-0226-4.
  • Huang, W-H, & Sun, C.-R (2015). Am I Really Good?--The Impact of Social Comparison and Temporal Comparison on Self-Evaluation. Chinese Journal of Psychology, 57(4),319-338. (corresponding author)
  • Hong, J-S, & Sun, C.-R(2015). Effects of Categorical Similarity Cues on Social Exclusion. Journal of Education & Psychology, 38(2), 59-85. (corresponding author)
  • Sun, C.-R. (2014). Yin-Yan Reversals and Extremity Judgment: A Preliminary Study of the Dynamic Nature of Yin-Yang Thinking Style. Chinese Social Psychological Review, 7, 108-130.
  • Sun, C.-R. (2014). Chinese Authenticity. Psychological Exploration, 34(1), 11-14.
  • Liang, K-C., Liao R-M., & Sun, C.-R. (2013). Introduction to Special Issue of  Normative Data on Taiwan Corpora of Chinese Emotion Stimuli. Chinese Journal of Psychology, 55, PI–XV.

Book Chapers

  • Gabrenya, W. K. Jr. & Sun, C.-R. (2015). Kuo-Shu Yang: Scholar, Leader, Activist. In G. J. Rich & U. P. Gielen (Eds.), Pathfinders in International psychology (pp. 201-212). Information age publishing, Inc. (the first book in the new APA Division 52 International psychology series)
  • Sun, C.-R (2014). Nonverbal communication. In J-M. Chen, T-K. Wang & C-R. Sun (3rd), Social Psychology (pp.131-169). YehYeh Publishing Company, Taipei.
  • Sun, C.-R (2014). Interpersonal Attraction and Close Relationship. In J-M. Chen, T-K. Wang & C-R. Sun (3rd), Social Psychology (pp.171-218). YehYeh Publishing Company, Taipei.
  • Sun, C.-R (2014). Prosicial Behavior. In J-M. Chen, T-K. Wang & C-R. Sun (3rd), Social Psychology (pp.263-300). YehYeh Publishing Company, Taipei.
  • Sun, C.-R (2014). Social Influence. In J-M. Chen, T-K. Wang & C-R. Sun (3rd), Social Psychology (pp.345-386). YehYeh Publishing Company, Taipei.
 
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