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Lucy Liu

Lucy Liu


PhD student

BSHM
Bureau D 109
1251 av Centrale
Domaine universitaire
CS40700
38052 Grenoble cedex 9


Tél. : +33 476825400

xiqin.liu@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

Research interests

I am interested in how young infants perceive and recognize human faces and how they integrate faces with speeches or languages. Related works will focus on the perspective of gender, race or attractiveness etc. The ultimate goal of my research is to uncover the perceptual and cognitive bases underlying how infants represent people and to find out its social consequences.

Thesis supervised by Olivier Pascalis

Keywords : face recognition face-voice integration perceptual narrowing memory

Education

2014-2017 Beijing Normal University, China, Master degree on Basic Psychology

2010-2014 Beijing Forestry University, China, Bachelor degree on Psychology

2011-2013 The Institute of Psychology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, Research assistant

Publications

Liu, X., Liu, L., Chen, Z., Song, Y., & Liu, J. (2017). Indirect Effects of Fluid Intelligence on Creative Aptitude Through Openness to Experience. Current Psychology, 1-9.

Liu, X., & Ren, X. (2013). Romantic relationship and self – The Sino-USA differences of online dating advertisements. Advances in Psychology, 3, 246-255. (written in Chinese)

Zhao, Y., Li, J., Liu, X., Song, Y., Wang, R., Yang, Z., & Liu, J. (2016). Altered spontaneous neural activity in the occipital face area reflects behavioral deficits in developmental prosopagnosia. Neuropsychologia, 89, 344-355.

Kong, F., He, Q., Liu, X., Chen, X., Wang, X., & Zhao, J. (2017). Amplitude of Low‐Frequency Fluctuations During Resting State Differentially Predicts Authentic and Hubristic Pride. Journal of Personality.